Last one. I spared Elias a codpiece in this one in exchange for a more Shakespearian feel. The skull was a natural attachment to the dramatic cloak and dagger. And Elias just relishes a bit of drama, even if he has to create it himself.
I have no idea who Colin was, but he was unfortunate.
speaking of Elias and drama...I just finished watching an episode of Judge Judy and a man with the name Elias was on there! I automatically thought of him! I laughed so hard at the idea that somebody had the guts to sue him! XD
Thine boots art divine, my esteemed Lord Elias! Wilt thou now quote Shakespeare to thy deceased friend as thou hold his skull in thine hand? Mayhaps, like this? "Oh, Colin- the head is not more native than the heart." or "By Heaven, I'll make a ghost of him that lets me!... Colin let me!"
Pardon me, Lord Elias, but I wouldst say that thou art "a beast, that wants discourse of reason."