Formerly a museum curator, Mikhail Nabokov has taken to Saint Mary’s ever-expanding collection of specimens and samples like a fish to water.
Standing at 5’10", Mikhail is a slight man, albino as all necrosi, but with his jaw-length hair dyed a shade of pale blue that fluoresces in UV light. His face has an angular shape that lends itself to comparison with weasels, and the pale scars accenting his cheekbones and eyebrows do little to soften the observation. He’s typically seen in a button-down shirt and slacks, for an overall presentation that might be faintly aristocratic if not for the ring worn on the little finger of his right hand. Though worthless in itself, the red star enameled on its face indicates Labor party affiliation.