Innocentis is depicted as being so fat he can barely walk normally. He has a small and fine moustache and a small goatee. His hair is short and blonde, and his eyes are of a yellow tone. He usually wears big, yellow and white robes, along with the king's crown. Additionally, he wears multiple rings on his fingers. He is the representation of a typical indifferent ruler.
Innocentis is a lazy and uninteligent man, often delegating his duties to Odin or to his brother Guiscard. He is also obnoxious, and often ignores his duties to do what pleases him. Due to all of this, he is easily manipulable, which odin takes to his advantage.
Siege of Ecbatana Edit
After the invasion, he entered Ecbatana and covered his nose, telling that it stinks. Later he took Andragoras’s throne and when his soldiers came with Tahamine, instead of judging her, he fell in love with her at first sight. Later, while he was looking at the treasure room, his brother Guiscard came and asked him if he really loves Tahamine. When he said yes, Guiscard told him that everyone who got married with her died but he said that the god was testing her and it is also their fate to get married. Before leaving, he said that they won the battle thanks to God Yaldabaoth, so he gave all of Pars’s treasures to the archpriest Bodin.
Prince Arslan Takes a Stand EditEven though she completely ignored him, he attempted to talk with Tahamine. He said that he is going to be an emperor and shouted that that an emperor needs and empress, but she didn’t answer. He was also present when Bodin burned Pars’s historical texts and got afraid when he said that he wouldn’t allow him to marry with a heathen.
Road to Peshawar Edit
Bodin came and told Innocentis that he wanted to burn 10,000 heathens, but Guiscard didn’t allow it as Pars may rebel against them. Bodin stated that this is the God’s war against the heathens, so he ordered his Temple Knights to come to Ecbatana.
The next day, Bodin came back to the emperor’s room and stated that he killed Hildigo because of his opposition against his marriage. Innocentius was scared and he asked his brother to convince Bodin. Guiscard told some things to Bodin, but Innocentis didn’t understand it.
Innocentis got his heart captured by Tahamine's beauty at first sight. He is deeply in love with Tahamine, and even defies God Yaldaboath's rules by wanting to marry a heathen.
Innocentis let Guiscard rules Lusitania and seems to trust him, notably when he ask Guiscard to convince the opponents of his wedding with Tahamine whereas Guiscard himself is not favorable to the wedding.
- Innocentis is named after Pope Innocent VII.