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Ockham Prospero Saneer is the former head of the Saneer-Weeksbooth Bash and the former Twelfth O.S. He is a Humanist.

Appearance[]

Like his sister, Prospero is of primarily Indian descent, possibly with some Mestizo ancestry.[1] He has "a physique beyond common athleticism."[2] He wears once-plain clothing covered in elaborate doodles and spirals. His Humanist boots include: "veins of knife-bright steel framing a surface of pale, ice-gray leather."[3] He gives off a sense of intense confidence in his role.[4]

Personality[]

Prospero is an extraordinary leader of uncompromising loyalty to the Humanists. He, along with the rest of the members of the Saneer-Weeksbooth bash', murdered their ba'parents when they discovered that their ba'parents were planning on taking charge of the assassination choices of O.S.

Relationships[]

Prosper is the sibling of Thisbe Saneer and the spouse of Lesley Saneer.

References[]

  1. I believe there is some Mestizo blood deep in the Saneer line, but the rest of Thisbe is all India - Too Like The Lightning, Ch. 2: A Boy and His God
  2. The door relented at last, revealing a man of dark Indian stock to match his sister Thisbe, and a physique beyond common athleticism - Too Like The Lightning, Ch. 3: The Most Important People in the World
  3. His shirt and pants, once plain, were now a labyrinth of doodles: black spirals, cross-hatching, and hypnotic swirls, though he wore them as indifferently as if the cloth had never tasted ink. Only his Humanist boots mattered: veins of knife-bright steel framing a surface of pale, ice-gray leather, real leather which had once guarded the taut flanks of a living deer that Ockham slew himself. Like Martin, Ockham wore no sign of hobby or of nation- strat, nothing but his Hive boots and the overpowering self- confidence of a man who guards something so vital that the law will let him kill for it. - Too Like The Lightning, Ch. 3: The Most Important People in the World
  4. “Are you Member Ockham Saneer?” “I am.” Ockham pronounced with relish, as if, with all the lives in history laid out before him, he would have chosen this one. [...] Ockham wore no sign of hobby or of nation- strat, nothing but his Hive boots and the overpowering self- confidence of a man who guards something so vital that the law will let him kill for it. [...] Even if they never exercise this rarest right, still somehow every glance and gesture of such guardians still breathes the ancient force of knighthood. - Too Like The Lightning, Ch. 3: The Most Important People in the World
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