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Judging by Demiurge's description, Chacmool appears to be one of the denizens of Nazarick that view humans as food or toys. After questioned by Ainz, it was stated that he will prioritize his creator's orders before anyone else. In the Web Novel, it is said that the musician is not known for following the rules, and is quite unfriendly, however unexpectedly upfront though it could be due to his race.
The Dark Hero's Story Arc
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While making a list of possible items that the NPCs of Nazarick would desire from Ainz Ooal Gown, Shalltear Bloodfallen recommended that they add humans to the list. Demiurge agreed stating their comrades like Chacmool and Neuronist Painkill would find that request desirable.
The Paladin of the Holy Kingdom Arc
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Abilities and Powers
Chacmool appears to command several Greater Doppelgängers known as the Erich String Orchestra.
Temperance is the creator of Chacmool. Thus, he commands the most respect and loyalty towards Temperance than all the other Supreme Beings.
During Demiurge's conversation with Chacmool, it was revealed that like all other NPC's of Nazarick, Chacmool is also loyal to the Last Supreme Being and would follow his commands without question and try to accomplish his given tasks as best as he could.
However, Chacmool, has uniquely openly admitted that his loyalty to Ainz is not absolute. As seen where he admitted to Demiurge that he would prioritize his creators orders first and foremost. Should Ainz's own orders counteract his creator's, it's likely that he would not obey the former when compared to the latter.