A troublesome girl who he has issues maintaining his composure around... unfortunately, she's extremely useful and helpful, not to mention interesting and enthusiastic and powerful and they share a lot of interest and he likes birds and ARGH
A strange bird that Astor unwittingly adopted. Astor is aware of his true nature as a powerful demon and, quite frankly, is kind of worried about it. Though he claims to be looking for a way to turn him back to normal, in truth Astor is intent on making sure Qamar remains in this powerless form... even if it means bearing the brunt of his bad attitude.
Qamar barely tolerates Astor. There are beings worse than Astor, and Astor DOES give good head scritches, but that's not enough to outweigh Qamar's distaste for... everyone, really. Astor is just a stepping stone to regaining his full power. Once that's taken care of, Astor will just be a distant and unpleasant memory.
Astor enjoys Theocritus' company and mind, but frequently has to reel them back thanks to their relative naivety combined with their insatiable curiosity. For someone so intelligent, they sure do get into a lot of trouble...
Theocritus finds Astor a good conversationalist and considers his charisma to be immensely useful to their studies. However, they aren't sure why he seems so intent to hide so much of himself. What does he have to be ashamed of?
Nashira is essentially Theocritus, but even worse. She's difficult to manage, and while Astor likes her and all, he tends to feel like a stressed mom trying to keep their hyper kid under control in the candy aisle.