Dreams at the Crossroads
Known as the Lecher of Larissas, this thespian is considered to be among the finest actors and orators in the empire.
A handsome Thracian nobleman in his prime – strong, quick, and vital. His arms and chest are muscular. His stance is broad and confident. A mane of well-groomed black hair frames his head, and his flamboyant clothing intentionally emphasizes the luster of his lively blue eyes. There is something playful and mischievous in his demeanor, speaking to his reputation as a notorious philanderer and libertine, accompanied by the hint of danger that often accompanies such proclivities.