His master, though he's come to understand Hadris is more his boss. Really, more his friend. Hadris is undoubtedly the most important figure in his life. He has served Hadris loyally for countless eons, and he will continue to do so for as long as the fabric of reality allows.
Elemon is more important to Hadris than he might give off, if only because he knows how Elemon likes his space. Elemon is his longest-serving Representative. He's been at Hadris' side through his highest highs and lowest lows, never judging and growing alongside him. Though others might not be able to see it, Hadris has watched Elemon change considerably throughout the years and is immensely proud of the person he's become.
Elemon is pretty ominous and a chill always runs up Orange's spine when he's around... but Orange has come to realize appearances aren't everything, and Elemon's actually a pretty nice guy! Not the best conversationalist, sure, but no reason to flinch at every move he makes.
Elemon cares deeply for Flann, resonating with her a bit. Her awesome might combined with her gentle spirit cause him to be extra careful with her, and he appreciates that she seems to understand him just as well.
At first Flann was intimidated by Elemon, but it didn't take long before she realized he's one of the kindest Representatives of the bunch. She appreciates his guidance and feels safe around him, so she tries to return her gratitude by being sure to go out of her way to greet him and take interest in him. Without taking it too far, of course.
Lausac is problematic, to say the least, but Elemon holds no malice toward him. Though Lausac tends to disobey orders and doesn't play well with others, Elemon understands a decent person lies beneath Lausac's... exterior.
There's more to Elemon than people tend to give him credit for, and LeFleuris recognizes that. Still, he's not the sort of person LeFleuris holds great interest in. Well, so to speak. The primary sort of interest he has in him isn't the sort that Elemon reciprocates.
Hadris' daughter, and Elemon feels his own as well. He's helped raise Valence and is deeply proud of the person she's become, which makes it all the more sorrowful that she's resisted immortality. Everyone he's ever cared for has either been immortal or has been killed in combat. The sort of slow withering Valence is going through... Elemon is unused to it, but has tried to accept her choice.
Elemon was essentially another father to her, and she views him as such. She has nothing but respect for him. His strength, kindness, and firmness has shaped her into the person she is, and she spends every day being sure not to waste all of the lessons he's taught her, directly and otherwise.
He's... not the worst. Annoyingly strict sometimes, but she feels like his heart is in the right place. Not her favorite Representative, but the old man's alright. He doesn't talk much, though, so she's not expecting to get much closer.
Venith is a figure more tremendous than most would imagine. He's impressed with the balances she has struck in life, but can see there is more to be done. There is little he can do himself, but is confident his help isn't needed, anyway.
A surprisingly gentle sort. Venith had no interest in him at first, but the first time she witnessed some little admirer putting stickers on his cloak her heart melted. She's interested in learning more about him, but is wary of disturbing his peace. However their relationship develops, Venith is happy to know him and trusts him deeply.
A case equal parts interesting and unfortunate. He has done all he can to help her, so now he simply tries not to disturb her. Elemon is sure to watch over her, though, hoping to ensure her stability and happiness.
Septicemia owes Elemon a lot, as he's the one who helped her deal with her whole... soul situation. She's not intimidated by him in the slightest, but his introverted nature prompts her to mind her distance. She'd rather not upset someone so important and helpful...
Hadris' worst enemy, and thus Elemon's as well. Elemon does not often make enemies of his own, but he has watched Memen fell many he called friends. The effort he puts into keeping her contained is not impersonal.
Quite the thorn in her side. Hadris was lucky to pick him up! Without him, Memen probably wouldn't be in her current situation. But the waiting will make his demise the sweeter, she figures! So she hopes he keeps working hard. The bigger they are, the harder they fall, and how she loves a show...
elemon spent a disproportionate amount of time lost in ignis' estate because there were two near-identical mansions and one had orange and one didn't and he looks exactly like an infernal and just. listen. he doesn't like to talk about it alright.