I’m not sure if I can claim to be one of the first Graverobbers, but heck, I’ve been here awhile. You may have known me as the-grave-robber who’s gone missing in action some time ago.
This blog is still on semi-hiatus due to lack of muse and some other things, but I’m not dead, and that’s a start.
Couple of notes on my Graverobber.
- He is very much aware of not only dimensional travel and timelines, but of other versions of him existing. In fact, he uses it to his advantage, since the good old GeneCops can’t handle all of them at once. Neither can Amber.
- As the Opera’s narrator and the streets’ storyteller, he does, indeed, peek beyond the fourth wall - which, partly, explains the above point. He is aware of the things others may not be.
- While he does have a past of his own, and clearly not the best of such, don’t expect him to spill it out. He likely won’t. And I will not either. Graverobber is a mystery, and both of us like it that way.
- He can handle most nicknames people throw at him, as long as it doesn’t involve necrophiliac jokes he’ll visibly throw a fuss about.
- Other than money, he is likely to gladly accept payment in form of food, hygiene products or, perhaps, shelter. As much as he is protective of his dumpster home, he won’t pass an opportunity to settle somewhere nicer, even for a bit.
- No, sex isn’t considered a valid form of payment. He’ll likely pass you up and direct at someone else.
Amber is considered an exception, at least in the past, but good luck making him admit it.
- While probably considered a street asshole merely dealing drugs for own survival, he can be a surprisingly kind, understanding and even honorable gentleman. He may be reluctant to show it, but it’s there.
- He tends to look down at most of his usual, everyday company, and will appreciate gladly appreciate those differing from that folk.
- He has a bit of a soft spot for animals, and will gladly commune with them over what humanity has become. That’s when you can likely see him at his most honest and almost vulnerable.
Unfortunately for some, I’m not that big on shipping, but I appreciate the tense dynamics of Gramber and see Grilo as more of a sibling or protege protectiveness.