To ordinary people, Seif’s feelings towards Elliot might seem rather petty. However he believes the burning hate he feels toward him is nothing but deserved. Seif makes his dislike for him quite obvious and it’s been the cause of many a dispute among their coterie of friends. Seif will never forgive Elliot for what he’s done, and avoids him as much as humanly possible. He despises his black and white view of thinking and their almost opposite morals clash against each other quite harshly.
While he is hesitant to say it in front of others, Anaïs is all but the light of Seif’s life. He was there when she was born, and he cried when Euphemia asked him to be Anaïs godfather. Like the rest of the family, Seif would lay down his own life for her at the drop of a hat. He’s often found himself tutoring her and teaching her things other children take years to learn. In a way, he sees her as his own daughter...
At first, Seif found Euphemia to be nigh insufferable. But after accidentally finding out something that was never intended to see the light of day, his big bleeding heart got the better of him. Nowadays they are just as close as they are with Gino, and Seif often lets Euphemia confide in him as they share a somewhat similar struggle. Seif is just as protective of Euphemia as he is Gino, even if she keeps trying to get him to be a mannequin for her.
Gino and Seif are nothing less than blood brothers, who share a camaraderie that neither of them thought they were capable of or thought they would ever be able to have. They share a similar yet contrasting past, and are able to relate to each other in a way that most other people could not. Seif is very protective of his companion, occasionally to a fault; He usually tends to hold deep grudges against those who wrong him.