I think Nef should look like he’s in his 30s as Landy has stated multiple times that most characters should look around that age.
And I think most characters in the book are the same age unless stated otherwise. So, if Skulduggery and China look like they’re in their 30s, so should the Dead Man, the Diablerie and, of course, Nefarian (among other characters).
No idea why Nef looks so damn old in the official art? He looks around 50. Welp, at least he looks hot on the white book 1 cover. But if he would look 50 in canon he would have to be A LOT older than the other characters and he doesn’t really give me that vibe. And given his rivalry with Skul it just feels more right that those two should be the about same age instead of Skul picking a fight with an old fart while Nef is screeching at him to get off his lawn.
On a side note, Nef seems to have a habit of offering people drinks and to just generally hang around alcohol. Remember, he had offered Mr.Bliss a drink too in the first book
(tbh I can’t say offering someone a drink in the morning is a classy move, Nef you alcoholic!). Whether it’s bc he’s an alcoholic, trying to get laid or just trying to get the other person drunk so they are easier to manipulate, I do not know. Probably a mix of that, depending on who he is talking to.
Mountain peaks beyond the trees under a blue sky.
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Canon 7D F/10 33mm 1/1600s ISO-1000
Poly ships are fine by me!!! o3o So this is for a romantic relationship~
-Itaru, for the most part, feels like he’s met his perfect match. You actually understand his hobby– even encourage it, and for once, he doesn’t feel like he has to keep up the “perfect prince” act for even a moment. You two nerd-out together, have countless all-night gaming sessions, and probably wind up ignoring responsibilities when you get caught up in things. The part where he has to share you bothers him a little bit at first, but it winds up working out a lot better than he would have expected.
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