A displaced noble with a taste for the macabre, as well as a wicked sense of humour. Atarefaunet is possessive of specialized skills - namely the ability to replicate the appearance, personality, and body language of anyone he studies intently enough. Well and truly a chameleon, Atarefaunet utilizes those skills of subterfuge and camouflage for those he considers allies.
Atarefaunet is ghostly pale, far paler than the other sons and daughters of House Dzemael to note. He is possessive of spectral white eyes which on occasion, seem lively. Saying that, his experiences while displaced have resulted in them being rimmed with dark circles that suggest a weariness of the world. Atarefaunet is possessive of high cheekbones as well as well-angled eyebrows, suggesting that he pays intent attention to his grooming, as well as a mane of soft, ashen blonde hair which appears white in bright lights.
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Atarefaunet, like others of the Ishgardian ruling class, enjoys pursuits of the finer things in life - debauchery and libertinism especially. Pursuits of this kind are very much a large part of the reason why he tends to not be overly judgmental.
Atarefaunet has a very loose understanding of how a noble is supposed to behave, and while it does come out in his manner of speaking, his time away from the noble house of Dzemael has meant that he has opened his mind further than what most Ishgardians have, especially in matters of faith - something he's never really held close to his heart.Atarefaunet can be an extremely wicked person; he does have a very private sense of joy when he witnesses suffering, especially when it is warranted. However, he is an extremely playful person, and mostly, these feelings are jovial. Mostly.
Louverance Mistalle was a Forestborn sellsword which participated in the failed attempt to reclaim Dzemael Darkhold from the Voidsent, and was the reason Atarefaunet survived the attack by the XIVth legion that followed shortly after. In the chaos, Louverance snatched Atarefaunet and hid with him, planning on selling the young noble to House Dzemael in order to get out of the situation better than what he was when he came into it. That intention was brought to nothing when Garlemald discovered them, and brought them in, later executing Louverance. Cowardly and dishonorable, Louverance is a personality Atarefaunet enjoys taking on in cases of extreme duress - as Atarefaunet enjoys making even his persona suffer in Louverance's stead.
Febrenaud Brunnaut was a devoted Halonist, and a low-ranking priest of Saint Reymaud's cathedral, charged with the education of children of the upper class. Underneath his stern and calculating demeanor, Febrenaud was possessive of a number of deviations - most notably an interest in his charges that went far beyond their education. His interest in Atarefaunet in particular was cut short when he was found drowned in Coerthas under mysterious circumstances. Cold and clinical, Febrenaud is a personality Atarefaunet is careful to use, and generally serves only for trips to Ishgard.