- ■ Red meat, food of all kinds.
- ■ Chess, games of strategy.
- ■ Cryptology and puzzles.
- ■ The process of staining large panes of glass is deeply cathartic for him.
- ■ Quests, writs, tasks suited for a Knight.
- ■ Physical labor in general takes his mind off things.
- ■ Executing criminals as headsman, it's a dirty and loathed job, but doing it reminds him of his place in the grand scheme of things.
- ■ The organ, windpipe instruments, chanting, it's nostalgic for him.
- ■ His brothers in arms, priests and priestesses of Azeyma.
- ■ Tonberrys, yes there's a reason.
- ■ Honor in every sense of the word.
- ■ His chivalric code.
- ■ His axe and armor, and maintaining both, he's had little to call his own and both give him a semblance of purpose.
- ■ Hunting, deer particularly, there's a reason he's called Ser Doric the Stag.
- ■ An unnamed deer from the deepest ruins of Thanalan.
- ■ Doing 'good' as in lightening the load of the commonfolk.
- ■ Ornate outfits, open displays of wealth.
- ■ Prostitutes.
- ■ Heavy perfume, makeup, skimpy clothing.
- ■ Garlic, onions, or anything of the like, he just can't stomach it.
- ■ Rogues of all kinds, stereotypical suave ones irk him the most.
- ■ Mercenaries and mercenary bands, one of his codes directly prohibits him from taking gil for his deeds.
- ■ People who talk a lot, or preach, though Doric tends to force his no-criminal-behavior-allowed mindset upon others, he's sort of a hypocrite.
- ■ The weak-willed, this applies to a lot of behaviors.
- ■ Magic, though he isn't terribly sure why.
- ■ Borlaaqs, though this is recent.
- ■ Jokes at authority figures, the church, Knighthood, most jokes in general.
- ■ Murderers, heretics, rapists, highwaymen, bandits, brigands.
- ■ Dishonorable Knights, those misusing chivalry. Liars, turncoats.
- ■ Dragons, demons, and something called a 'giant'.
- ■ Insanity, anyone appearing to be mentally unsound.
- ■ Dark caves.
- ■ That deer.