She won't remember him for very long. Such is having the mind of an infant (as qamar puts it.) Time will tell if they ever cross again.. she did her very best to help him, though!! That's what matters most!!! ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
This guy seems WAY nicer than the other fire magician she knows. She met him on some escort mission for a big jerk dude, and he seems pretty cool!
And he's so gonna french fry Dicro, c'mon, even she can tell...
Dicro's little sister. As much as Yval enjoys teasing Dicro, he always does so through the message cantrip if Fray's around because look she really shouldn't be hearing any of it.......... also, she's banned from swearing. :colbert:
A former student of his at Hell College, as well as his current TA. Poe is a rarity in that he excelled in Ignis' courses, leading to the aforementioned job offer. Ignis has high hopes for Poe and places a great deal of faith in him for someone not under his traditional employ. That isn't to say that he hasn't tried recruiting Poe in a more typical sense, though... perhaps the next time a Procurator position is on the table...
His former professor and current employer; Poe is Ignis' TA. He handles grading and other monotonous tasks for him, and tends to tutor half of his students since his classes are pretty brutal. Poe managed to excel in them, though, and has nothing but admiration for him. And maybe a little fear, but that's normal. Habitually refers to him as "sir" 99.999999% of the time.
Has been considering his various offers, but... not that he doesn't trust Ignis - well, I mean, he doesn't Totally, Ignis is a successful demon, after all - but giving up your soul is kind of a big deal. And a permanent one.
One of Poe's professors. He was always fond of her and likes talking to her whenever he gets the chance. Her warm but excitable personality resonates with him, and her sheer breadth of knowledge is fascinating. She's definitely a role model of his.
Yenzhal was one of Poe's professors. Though Yenzhal is rather harsh, Poe managed to succeed in his classes nonetheless. He feels Yenzhal's feelings are relatively valid, in that he understands it's hard for a Real Demon(tm) to adjust to an increasingly communicative and gentle world.
An interesting figure. He radiates an energy found only at the very boundaries of existence, and perhaps he brushed against the outside of them. A shame he couldn't get permanent experimentation rights to him, but oh well. Research continues.
Poe spends much time in the library and Ganymede has interest in subjects that Poe is inherently tied up in, namely the fringes of Entirety and phenomena that are yet to be explained. They're familiar with each other, and while Poe doesn't mind Ganymede's prickly personality all that much his prying nature is a bit disorienting.
Istra is fond of Poe. He always compliments them, brings them snacks, pets them, doesn't care if they sleep in his bed or plop their head in his lap... The epitome of how everyone should treat them, Istra feels.
Poe met Istra early on at Hell College, as they too were a test subject. They wound up becoming friends thanks to Istra's nonchalant nature and Poe's kindness and generosity, and this connection has only grown as Poe's become closer with Ignis. Istra lives with him, after all! He doesn't mind their lapses in memory too much; it obviously bums him out, but he's always determined to get on their good side again. Not that it's terribly hard, seeing that he's always sure to bring them snacks.
Poe has inexplicably never wackily harmed Istra with his mutations. Maybe that's the power of friendship...?
A good friend of theirs, much more than a mere co-worker. Her incredible curiosity and unhesitating nature make Nashira someone that Theocritus respects and trusts. Even if there are better role models...
Theocritus is thoroughly curious about Qamar, but they try to keep their distance since it's clear Qamar doesn't enjoy company or questioning. Still, it's difficult... just where did he come from? What did he used to be? What is he capable 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.
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?
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.
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.
never forget floor 2.
also apparently this dude really fucked with the doll shop in timelines she doesn't remember well so that's pretty rude, but the two times she ran into him (once naked) he seemed cordial enough. her opinion is mostly just floor 2 though.