Krylon is another character whom I relate very much with. Before he joined Noctis and Darque, he was one of many lesser demons that cause mischief and destruction known as paint demons. They are a group of demons that are responsible for vandalism and destruction of others property and they love to destroy what others create for fun. Krylon, however, was different from the rest of his kind as he did not seem to enjoy what demons normally do, especially what paint demons do. He enjoyed art and wanted to make things, but was ridiculed by the other demons for being a boring pansy because of this dream. He tries to make art of his own, but gets frusterated as paint demons have naturally large fists with claws that they use to destroy things. He tends to destroy a lot of the stuff he creates unintentionally as he has a hard time being delicate wih his hands. This angers him and makes him feel like a failure. When angry he reverts back into his primal state of demonic behavior and destroys things. He becomes depressed when seeing that no matter how hard he tries to reform himself he comes back to behaving like any other demon would.
Krylon represents my OCD and my strive to reach an impossible state of perfection, as well as, the feeling that everything I do is not good enough. He also represents my low self esteem and dysphoria. Krylon wants to be something that everyone says he can never be; an artist. This is because he is a demon. He feels like a failure because he does not meet his or his society's expectations. He beats up on himself repeatedly and also feels anxiety about his hands and wishes that he did not have them as they remind him of what he is. This is similar to how I feel when I see my chest. It feels wrong to have, but it also reminds me of the constant need to have to validate how I feel because no matter what people will still push me into a box of what gender roles I am supposed to follow and how I should just be the gender I was born with. I then doubt myself even though deep inside I know that I feel different from what they tell me I am.