Euripides

A footman for Meletitís Family. He has a eromenos relationshiop with his erastes, Patroclus.

Physical Description

Body Features

He is a beautiful young boy, almost feminine in his beauty.

Mental characteristics

Personal history

He is the son of a chronic gambler and cheat with deep debts. He was sold into slavery to pay off his father's debts to the Aérasopoulos Family (Astériapólis), and was later acquired by Gallus Meletitís at the request of Patroclus.

Education

Informal education only. Voracious reader and loves to accompany the family to listen to public performances, plays when he can.

Failures & Embarrassments

Part of the reason he was sold by Endymion Aérasopoulos was that he constantly was sneaking out to attend public performances. After paying several fines and the boy not responding to harsh punishment, he was sold.

Mental Trauma

He hates his father for putting him in the position and grudgingly participates in his relationship with Patroclus.

Taboos

Buggery

Personality Characteristics

Motivation

He aspires to be an artist and performer. He convinced Patroclus to speak on his behalf so he could get closer to the Meletitís Family (Astériapólis) as the primary sponsor of culture within Astériapólis.

Social

Contacts & Relations

Speech

Eloquent and loquacious.

Relationships

Euripides

eromenos

Towards Patroclus

2
0

Patroclus

erastes

Towards Euripides

5
0

Alignment
Chaotic Neutral
Current Location
Species
Ethnicity
Honorary & Occupational Titles
Footman / Page
Year of Birth
4690 16 Years old
Birthplace
Astériapólis
Spouses
Siblings
Children
Presented Sex
Male
Sexuality
Straight.
Gender Identity
Male
Eyes
Icy Blue
Hair
Light blonde
Skin Tone/Pigmentation
Pale
Aligned Organization
Other Affiliations
Known Languages
Drákonic

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