Abstract: "When mother died, I consoled her, but also myself with the thought: "In death we will find each other again," even though I knew long ago that there couldn't be such a thing as a soul. It's just a wishful thinking of life In order to escape death and thus the final loss of consciusness, even a body that was immortal would eventually be broken down into its components through a cataclysm of cosmic origin. As the most powerful of all Darkblooded, I soon realized the depravity of my own race.
When I was betrayed by my worthless conspecific, he had no idea that it was already too late. My heart of hate is already beating in his Head and later also in his creation: Humans.
They are all the same for God, but for me their feelings could'nt be more different."
He belongs to a "Pre-human-race" and is one of the 8 Darkblooded.
The Darkblood of emotions. His number is the lying 8. His sword "Mortem the suicide blade" was made from the Bones of his Mother. Her voice whispers to his enemies to blunge into the blade like ones she did.
Through his power to read and manipulate the feelings of others, a very self-centered world view has develepod. He sees the world, and especially his race later humanity as an open book that only he can read correctly. Because his body was destroyed long before the first human existed, but he still seemed to exist in some way in the human mind, it was born smeday stories about demons, gods and other mythical creatures. Like a god, faith had returned him to the mortal world. He found i a 14-year-old human girl named Alisa von Gratz a new instrument to rid the world of evil. At least that's what he said to Alia. Unlike other humans, his blood didn't kill her. Even though he is often called the pure evil by humanaty, he doesn't kill for joy, but of necessity. Since he sees all people except for Alisa as inferior, he let her kill in doubt rather too often than too little. In his opinion, it would make no difference, since humans are mortal anyway and with their blood, they can at least serve a lofty purpose.