|Parents||raised by K'luah|
|Spouses||by Youh'Kai custom: Robert|
|Affiliation||House Dracon, The Masked One|
Thomar is a slender, fit youth with short dark hair and intelligent brown eyes. He has a sinewy quality to his bearing and often seems to be on the verge of jumping - unless he feels safe and unwatched, then he turns into a quasi liquid state of cat-like relaxation, lounging everywhere in the most improbable positions.
During his adolescence among the Aylian Youh'Kai, Duke Thomar was known as T'mar and raised by a Youh'Kai woman named K'luah.
Reign over AylianEdit
In 5049, he buys the vintage pet Robert. See short story Mail Order. Their growing relationship is told in the following short stories: A Sunny Morning, A Night Out, A Small Misunderstanding, Seventeen and Fruit Cocktail.
In the same year, Lady Jelena Dracon tries to gain Thomar's hand in marriage through a fake marriage contract. Her plans are foiled, though she badly tortures Robert before she could be ousted. See short story The Cruel Bride.
Some demons of the Aliaerean Empire manage to abduct and replace him around the time of Thomar's second coronation anniversary. Their plan is foiled by Robert, T'lark and Alain. See short story Banishment. During these events, Thomar is forced to reveal to Robert that he has been visited by The Masked One since his childhood, and is one of the Blessed Children of Youh'Kai religious lore.
In 5051, Antonio Mojav offered to buy Robert for an exorbitant sum, see short story Unexpected. Thomar rejects the offer but agrees to a medical scanning of Robert in exchange for a new clinic build on Aylian by Mojav.
A few months after the events around Antonio Mojav, Robert and T'lark are kidnapped by Lady Jelena Dracon, who blames Robert for her failed plans. After days of torture, Robert is given a choice to kill himself or T'lark, but instead defies Lady Jelena one last time and kills her instead. Thomar and Duke Christian Dracon of Serin, who he had brought along as a witness, had to deal with the fact that Robert killed a noble on another sovereign's soil. In the end, Emperor Leesha Dracon granted Robert an Imperial Pardon for his service to the Empire (in keeping Thomar on the job) and a pet earring of imperial protection. See short story The last Step.