1. What is their motive?
Pride, greed, anger, a bit of hurt. I'm not going to say just what it is he's done or exactly why, though. That would be telling. ;)
2. What do they want, and what are they prepared to do to get it?
To be fair, he really only wants what's rightfully his, it's just that he doesn't DESERVE to receive it. He's prepared to do pretty much anything to get what he wants, but that just proves his unworthiness.
3. How do they deal with conflict?
He gets mad and self-righteous, then goes running to my main villain to whine. Real attractive there, Amadan.
4. Describe their current place of residence.
A castle, in a floating city. For all you gamers out there, think Cocoon from Final Fantasy XIII. For everyone else, think. . . Elysium? And then add elves.
5. If they were writing this story, how would it end?
Well, he would be on the throne and basically ruler of all, they MIGHT be at war (not yet sure where he stands on that one), and he could do whatever he wanted with no one to tell him nay.
6. What habits, speech patterns, etc. are unique to them?
Well, he seems to have a strange inability to think entirely for himself. And while being homicidal isn't unique, being passive-aggressively homicidal might be? What I mean by that is, he won't act on his vengeful feelings until someone else *coughmainvillaincough* gives him the means to do it.
7. How do they show love? What do they like to do with/for people they love?
He loves like any person does--or should I say, loved. He gave her his every attention, whatever she desired was hers immediately. She was the only one who he could be entirely selfless for.
8. Do they have any pets?
His horse, Trua. A finer steed there never was. That horse is probably the last thing he truly does love, anymore.
9. Where would they go to relax/think?
He doesn't do a whole lot of thinking. As for relaxing, either in his bedchamber, or out on a ride with Trua.
10. What is their weapon of choice? (FYI: words, eyes/looks, and fists count as weapons too.)
He's a dab hand with a sword, and he's not shabby with a bow. Other, less physical weapons would be his power to exile, jail, or execute you. Your level of innocence is directly proportionate to how much he (or the main villain) has to wheedle the royal council. Or how much of a "trial" you actually get.
He's not all bad, though. As Tom says:
Thanks Tom. You may be right about that.