with the common misconception
that he's got an ace in his upper hand
True to the nature he bore as a child, Tollak retains his selfish attitude into adulthood. Now a more refined trait, age has made him a perfect master of disguise, able to hide his true intentions from even the most prying of creatures. Even so, he still judges the actions he does on how well they will benefit him in the end, his ultimate goal being a need to strive for the throne his father will leave to only one Tevirye child. With an aim to be the best, Tollak cannot afford to make any mistakes, especially those that could give his siblings a leg up in the game.
The male's inquisitive ways as a child have paid off as maturity reaches him. Full of knowledge both useful and not, the man is a fountain of information, still keen on spitting facts at anyone interested enough to stop and listen. The disturbing amount of knowledge he possesses is eerie to some, for not only does he contain an almost worldly factual base, but Tollak always seems to know things about his peers that he shouldn't. He pries information from unsuspecting victims, and won't hesitate to twist the words of a wolf against them simply to get what he wants.
Tollak has the tongue of a well-spoken gentleman. A crafty individual, he is incredibly good at weaving a spell with his eloquent speech and derisive nature. A true serpent, the monochrome wolf is talented at what he does, an interrogator who seems to merely be an inquisitive soul. Still without boundaries, the man is ruthless, stopping at nothing to gain the information that will make him shine that much more in his father's eyes. In his mind, no one plays games better than Tollak does, and if such a creature does appear, he is always up for the challenge.
There's a look in his eye, a glint that doesn't belong there. A twisted mind, morphed into unpredictable contours bound by selfish wants, Tollak is inevitably lethal. The gears in his mind aren't quite wired correctly, and the macabre side to the wolf comes out more often than not, seeing nothing wrong with any of the tortures he is willing to commit. He knows few loyalties, but almost everyone is an enemy in Tollak's distorted and warped view, leading most to the conclusion that something just isn't quite right with this wolf - all the signs point to the ramblings of a lunatic in the making.