- Learning about others
- Analyzing old literature
- When others insult his speech
- Any form of meat
- His clumsiness
A sociologist who lived during the “information rush” in Inanem; The time period when the animal kingdom experienced a sudden boom in intelligent species. As a child, Lafayette wanted to learn more about himself and other species in Inanem, so he strove to become a sociologist. He would leave home for hours on end to compile information on different species and interview different creatures. By the time he was 20, he had written an entire book series about the relations between Craligon and Anthro creatures called “Animal in Spirit”. Very few creatures read it during his lifetime, but after his death, it sparked numerous protests on the Lesser Continent.
In his 20s, Lafayette continued his work, mostly by himself. Others thought he was odd for this, but he was always happy to explain that he was quite content on his own. He felt that his goal in life was to learn as much as possible and spread his knowledge to the masses. When he was 34, he moved to the human nation of Muheim to study human societies. He loved it there and changed his entire aesthetic to mimic human fashion from the past. Lafayette adopted his only son, Raphael, in this new country as well.
Lafayette has a very sophisticated way of speaking which is impressive to quite a bit of creatures. He likes to sprinkle outdated words or terms in his speech. He is, however, very oblivious and clumsy. This reflects in his writing and he frequently has to restart paragraphs that he wrote while distracted. Sometimes, he could be overly dramatic over little things. In his free time, he greatly enjoys fencing and considers it a “gentleman sport”.