Name: Nicholias Sandoil III, sometimes goes by 'Nichol'. Gender: Male Age: 17 Sexuality: Pansexual Class: Prince Appearance: Nicholias has a light skin tone, and is of average weight, but is a bit shorter than an average boy of his age. His hair is black and 'fluffy', it seems that no matter what he tries to do with it, he can never seen to get it straight or controlled, so he often covers it with a hat of some sort. He has grey-green eyes. He usually wears clothes that look extravagant, though in private prefers much more casual clothes. Alignment: Lawful Good Personality: Nicholias is very friendly and easy-going by nature, and because of this it's fairly easy for him to befriend people. Despite his status, he doesn't like it when people treat him all high-and-mighty because it isn't how he sees himself, and is somewhat reluctant to have to ever use his position to get things. He's also reluctant to ever do his royal duties or get involved in any royal politics in general, always portraying himself as being 'rebellious', but in reality is scared of messing up. He doesn't mind giving advice, and more often than not will give it whether it's asked for or not. He simply hates others abusing and taking advantage of their power, and wouldn't hesitate to call out anyone that was doing so. Bio: Nicholias was raised fairly casually, having never had any expectations put on him because of his older brothers and the expectations others had for them while he, the youngest, was left alone. Nichol didn't mind, though, having much more free time to do whatever he liked, and could often go out without too much fuss being made about his status. The only downside was the lack of time with his parents, who always seemed more focused on his brothers. However, they eventually went and married other princesses, ruling other kingdoms... leaving Nicholas to the be the last heir to rule his own kingdom. Suddenly a rush of expectations came over him, with pressure to marry, and Nichol wasn't sure about what to do. He continued his easy-going act, trying to hide the nervousness of possibly being a bad ruler.