"In heaven's hail, father's fog, son's storm, spirit's sun. At posted stance, standing post In holy blazer, stained jeans, woeful boater Amongst the crows, in the image of man. Anybody better than nobody" Aubrey
Telemachus, son of Odysseus and Penelope, whose name in Greek means "far from battle", which perhaps reflects his peaceful nature and Hermitic lifestyle. Telemachus is primarily a composer, a sound engineer, a cloistered pedant deeply immersed in the past. When not caged underground, tethered to rotting synthesizers and microphones, he hunts, he tends to his strawberries, he roasts whole goats on a summers day. He is a man of loose morals and exceptionally strong musical taste. He did well at school but wasnt allowed to play the drums. He is tall, and can see over stuff. He owns dozens of instruments. He can't play any instruments.
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