Church of the Human Being

Educator and Literary Explorer, former legal mercenary

Mr. Bastyr is often saddled with the persona of a narcissistic, misanthropic, bibliophiliac. Mr. Bastyr accedes to meglomaniacal thoughts of deistic greatness but wholeheartedly denies narcissism, though he will concede to being possessed of great beauty that is of both the inner and outer varieties. While most definitely given to bibliophilia, Mr. Bastyr believes reports of misanthropy are greatly exaggerated. He, however, espouses the philosophy that misanthropy is better than lycanthropy.