Benrey often doesn’t think ahead, saying whatever first comes to mind or acting quickly without regard for consequences. Despite his stubbornness, he can also rapidly switch between ideas, which may be him messing around or genuinely changing. Asides from his lies to mess with Gordon, he also does appear to be mostly extremely honest. There also appears to be no logic behind his actions, only his own feelings directing him.
Benrey is stubborn and dedicated, to the point he’s uncompromising. He’s loyal to ideas, specifically games and passports which he tends to solely focus on and almost base his entire personality on. He’s also loyal to those he considers friends. Furthermore, he’s quick to point out when other’s mess up, but not himself. His sense of humour can also be quite strange at times.
Heir of Rage:
Benrey’s antagonistic role could make him appear as an active player at times, especially since he does whatever he wants. However, his motivations show him to be more passive - he does what he does due to his dedication to passports and wanting to play games with his friends. Also, there are many times he twists Gordon’s emotions into negative ones without really doing anything to try to, therefore passively influencing Gordon. He can also manipulate emotions through his Sweet Voice, changing Gordon’s anger and stress into calm. Benrey, as an Heir, also inherits Rage himself, as he states that he was forced to be bad in his final monologue. Furthermore, he is also one of the characters most responsible for causing confusion and strife, which is not surprising for a Rage player. Also, he causes Gordon to often doubt himself. His intense focus on one thing also passively influences the plot itself, changing much of what happens to Gordon and the story. He becomes attached to ideas that change both himself and the story.