He looks like the standard dwarf, with a long beard and a short stature.
While the Cabinet Secretary position was vested in politics, he was still a dwarf and thus interested in metallurgy.
The Craftsman of Dwarf Arc Edit
- Main article: The Craftsman of Dwarf Arc
The Cabinet Secretary greeted the Sorcerer King along with the rest of the Regency Council. During the negotiation with the Regency Council, it was decided through a majority vote to accept the aid of the Sorcerer Kingdom.
After Ainz Ooal Gown and his followers departed Feo Jera to retake the city of Feo Berkana, the Cabinet Secretary joined his colleagues in drinking wine to calm their nerves over the ordeal. The Cabinet Secretary decided to inform the Forgemaster who had locked himself in his forge to start work on the armor that Ainz requested, of a meeting for the next day. He discovered the Forgemaster disciples to be locked out as well and decided to personally enter the chamber, where he saw the state of distress that the Forgemaster was in, due to his inability to melt the single ingot of metal given to him by the Sorcerer King.
The Cabinet Secretary encouraged his friend not to despair and take this as an opportunity to learn something new. At the same time, he informed his colleague that the next Council meeting will be held the following day after the undead departs from their city to carry out what was promised in their trade negotiation. The next day he was utterly left shocked to learn that the Forgemaster had run away with the ingot.
Abilities and Powers Edit
A member of the Regency Council the Cabinet Secretary holds great political influence in the Dwarf Kingdom.
He and the Forgemaster were old friends and tried to comfort the latter when his attempts to smite the ingot given to him by the Sorcerer King ended in failure.
- According to the Cabinet Secretary, he recognized the metal that Ainz gave the Forgemaster, as given its properties there was only one metal that did not get hot when heated.
- (To the Forgemaster): "No, all you need to do now is start learning again, right?"