In an attempt to avoid identification (like that's possible, ha!), Rayven dresses like a bank robber or ninja. Honestly, I don't think they even know what they're going for because, if you ask, the answer constantly changes. While Rayven can't violate the Immutable Mandates that prevent dishonest disclosures of information, they have found a variety of ways to keep secrets—in general conversation, of course. I know what's up.
Rayven tends to conceal information. If there's one way to describe Rayven, it's weird. They can't stop spreading rumors about everyone else's business. They are full of charge and exuberance most of the time. They aren't expressly effective. They are beset with post-traumatic stress disorder. They have a propensity for wildly inconsistent behavior.
Rayven enjoys eating out, a good dramatic film, and going to live events. Even so, they don't enjoy romance films, reads often, and spending time on the pointless pages of books about economics and investments. For Rayven, playing Megamania, watching Halt and Catch Fire, and dining on custards make for a great day.
Since Rayven is harmless, there has never been an instance that requires intervention. In fact, because Rayven keeps so many secrets about themself (or, at least, attempts to) they have a hard time keep secrets about others. Therefore, you can sometimes learn a unique piece of information from Rayven that didn't pass the relevancy test required to make it into the Public Index. If you haven't noticed already, the index is limited for meatsacks like yourself. A full data stream is too enormous to be useful so I try to limit the contents of the public index to the word count of an average Steve Martin novel. Nobody's ever found his work intimidating. My point, however, is that I rarely disclose information that you can easily discover elsewhere or that has little relevance to your work. So pay attention to conversations your client has with others—especially those like Rayven. For all intents and purposes it's fair to say that I know everything, but that doesn't mean I have the processing power to contextualize that information for every Geodesian and meatsack in existence! Even Logira has limits!
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