|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Parents||Moreau Nightgold, Nelly Nightgold|
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Long, curling dark locks of hair crown the top of this man's head and falls gently to his shoulders. His face is of an oval shape, with delicately-articulated cheekbones that slope downwards into a rounded chin. Sitting above a rounded nose are a pair of almond-shaped, brightly-colored hazel eyes which are rimmed by long lashes and topped by sparse brows. His pinkish, lower lip juts out slightly, giving it a pouty look. He has a sort of 'laissez-faire' look about him. He is often well-poised, sauntering haughtily about on his toned legs.
Helvetius is really a rather lazy individual. He enjoys to peruse the classics, not because he loves to learn, but just so he can show off. The man is very much steeped in the belief that all that matters is one's own pleasure. He can sometimes be haughty and rude to those he deems too stuffy for their own good, but otherwise, he is a rather amicable individual. He is carefree and doesn't much care for anything else other than having a good time.
Born to a Moreau and Nelly Nightgold, Helvetius was raised in the typical noble fashion. He was taught manners, rhetoric, arithmetic, and some of the soft sciences at an early age. Really, despite his intelligence, he puts it to little use and would rather laze about under the sun than go do anything of note. That is the reason why he is not often given the chance to lead any of his family's operations. Really, he is just a nuisance overall. He can often be seen lounging about in taverns for both the high and low born.