Having Grown confident and Charismatic in his Old age he tends toward words before conflict when the situation allows, while he can hold his own in battle he has minimal bloodlust, and a soft-spot for small creatures, particularly those who are helpless or oppressed.
Once a captive slave himself Critter values freedom and autonomy, and put great stock into individuals having the ability to overcome their nature and circumstances.
The docent once known as ‘Heap’ was once a part of Critter’s prosthesis, serving as part of his own intelligence and moral compass it was given to a close friend, who Critter believed would need its aid in the near future.
Few other acquaintances of Critter’s still live today, but he is quick to make friendly acquaintances despite is gruff and overwhelmingly intimidating presence.
Quick to find the good in people and situations few things get under Critter’s Skin, however his anger and ferocity can be quickly ignited by the enslavement, imprisonment and exploitation of the weak and oppressed.
Though it’s been years since he’s heard the call of the dark lord Baphomet he constantly represses his Barbaric nature which, when it takes hold can evoke the primal beast that lies within causing Critter to black out and completely lose control; the end result can be gruesome.