This character is initially defined by faith and obedience. He accepts, without question, that Omnian scripture is not only true, but the whole of truth. Faced with questions of morality, this character repeatedly demonstrates that he can, using his perfect recall, regurgitate scripture from memory, line and verse.
This character is the very definition of a psychopath. He is charismatic, amoral, and completely devoid of empathy. This is a man who would overturn a tortoise, leaving it bake in the sun, without feeling so much as a twinge of guilt or shame.
The Great Om
This character begins the novel as an impotent version of a wrathful god, only a little better than a child throwing a tantrum. As the story progresses, the once mighty deity learns something of humility and weakness.
This character is a caretaker of history. He is sent to Omnia to...
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