His family being of Luchtatalian descent
and refusing to assimilate made them ostracised for a long time. Him becoming the presumed heir to the throne
's personal knight quickly made him surrounded in controversies. While the clothes he arrived in, he could have passed as a travelling commoble rather than a noble. This modesty is part of the defunct Luchtatalian culture that his family
tried to preserve. Modesty was how to truly show one's worth as they didn't need any artifice to pass themselves as superior. And it is a core value Luiz strongly adheres to.
He and his fiancee
are both homosexuals who discover each other's homosexuality when wanting to confess to each other why they couldn't be together. Seeing the Ibadcathalian culture
, they decide to remain engaged until they found someone and married behind their parents' back.
Dedicated to prove himself as he could, he'd end up found dead in his sleep, presumably by poison. As such, he never actually appeared or is mentioned in the original story.
a) Strenght: Good
b) Endurance: Good
a) Flexibility: Above Average
b) Mobility: Good
a) Muscles: Muscular
b) Frame: Trapezoid-shaped
After the poisoning, some of his facial veins around his cheeks and eyes became black and are visible through his skin. This will lead many people to hypothesise he's only alive due to magic
His refusal to die was so strong that he entered hallowed state. He passed out soon after, but survived the poison. For some unknown reason, however, it didn't fully heal him and it seems the poison is remaining within his body. After this, it also seems like no poison is able to affect him either. It is assumed his body and the poison that triggered his hallowed state constantly fight each other. He seems unable to enter the hallowed state after that event either.
: The colours of the Uncail Family
built around practicality.
Weapon: Sword and one dagger on each hip
Reincarnation: A transman young adult committed suicide after despairing to ever be able to get enough money to undergo a full sex transition. Overcrowded in student, health and real estate debts, with a job crowded in poor conditions and the political situations of his country keeping rolling downhill.
Reincarnation: His friends would always reassure him how he shouldn't lose hope, that someday he could have the body he always wanted. At times, they would even remind him how not transitioning wouldn't make him any less of a man, but as much as he knew his friends only ever said those things out of concerns for his well-being, it just wasn't enough. Love, community, understanding, compassion, none of this ever was enough. Combined with him not having enough to even be able to maintain mental health care, and he just couldn't see any point in living anymore.
His family focused on giving him an efficient education instead of a broad stroke one. His studies were focused on history of both Ibadcathal and Luchtatal, the traditions and cultures, who the important families are, and what the current state of the commoners are to be more apt at ensuring their well-being.
No one expected him to be chosen as Victor Uncail's personal knight. Then again, no one expected the cousin of the princess
, Victor N.W. Uncail, to be selected as the crown heir of the throne when the king
could still produce a biological heir. There's some suspicions that he was chosen because of how powerless his family is and he won't present any threat in case Victor Uncail loses his position as heir. Luiz himself doesn't care, he only aspires to fulfil his role.
He was able to settle down a lot of high-tension situations making him reliable and trustworthy in most people's eyes.
He got ridiculed by other nobles for his attitude more than once. And if he never openly showed how it affected him, he did let the embarrassment wash over once he was alone in his room.
A noble and royal's role is to ensure the happiness or well-beings of their subjects.
His sexuality, as he doesn't want to bring controversies to his family, and he is aware the Kingdom of Ibadcathal still suffers from the societal changes brought in by the First Monarch
All he wanted was to ensure the well-being of the commoners living around him.
Botanist: He's great at recognizing different plants. He can't exactly use them, however.
He can't swim and tends to stay away from water in consequence.
Going around on his horse to see if anyone needs his help.
Participating in local festivities and weekly markets.
Listening to local singers and watching local performers.
Nobles looking down on inferior classes.
Superficiality and opulence.
He's the incarnation of the noble knight defending the defenseless.
He prefers talking things out rather than use violence to settle things.
His modesty and defensiveness of the lower classes makes him ironically perceived as full of himself by both fellow nobles and some commoners. His ego is fed, but in effect, does nothing to change the situation so that commoners wouldn't need his protection.
He prefers bathing without assistance. The presence of servants makes him feel self-conscious.
His closest friend is his fiancee
, a fellow homosexual who has to hide her sexuality. She's essentially her confidant.
He's loved, respected and friendly with most commoners living around or in his mansion.
Some younger nobles like him as well, but do find his relationship with commoners odd, or touching for the less judgemental ones.
He's very close with everyone in his family. As they're of foreign origins, they know the importance of sticking together. Often, it can be them against the world. Especially when they're getting judged for their culture.
This sense of "family" also extends to other Luchtatalian noble who immigrated in the Kingdom, who didn't or couldn't adjust to Ibadcathal as well. They've developed a real sense of community that is at add with the Ibadcathalian nobility. Non-noble Luchtatalians, however, aren't exactly included in this community, even if they tend to be protected by some Luchtatalian noble families for their common origins.
He thinks the majority of nobles are misguided, and that the Goddess
dislikes how commonly they live luxurious lives while ignoring the plight of the commoners.
He's social and respected by most. Even those who don't respect him can't deny he's a kind person, a fool, a hypocrite and an egocentric, perhaps, but well-intended. Most perceive him as fairly harmless as well. At the very least, his etiquette and mannerisms are on point.
Having good etiquette and mannerisms is important to him and he feels it is part of his role to know and apply them, but he also know how different context require a different attitude and as such, he drops them whenever he interacts with commoners to reduce the social distance between the two.
He loves his horse dearly and always take care of her personally rather than let a hostler take care of it.
Writing a personal diary
Reading history and literature
He adapts his speech depending on who he is talking to. Formal with nobles, and soft with commoners. Some actually find that softer tone insulting as it feels like he's having the tone a parent would have to one of his children.