Accompanied with Elliot, he's dark and more mysterious than Patch because he doesn't talk much. He is revealed in the latter part of the book to be Patch's vassal, Chauncey, who wants to have revenge on the fallen angel for tricking him into swearing an oath that will allow Patch to take control over his body for two weeks during the Hebrew month of Cheshvan. He inherited the power to create illusions from his father, using it to frighten Nora numerous times in the book. He would also use Elliot as his pawn in his plan to hurt Patch. As a Nephilim, he is killed when Nora sacrificed herself by jumping off the ladder. Patch explains that when Nora came back, Chauncey didn't have a soul to reanimate his body, successfully killing him for good.