First Appearance: First Intermission 40
"The fate of the world shall be such as the world deserves. But not so with each one of us."
Tramennis is described as a slender man with slate blue eyes, wearing light segmentata armor, and caligae sandals. He stands a full head shorter than his younger brother Ossomer. He carries a rapier and is seemingly right-handed.
He may be the eldest living prince of Jetstone's Royal house (if this is true, then that would mean that the height of the three brothers is inversely proportional to their age: Tramennis being the eldest and shortest, and Ossomer being the youngest and tallest).
His name is most likely a play on "Tremendous," much as the names of his brother is a play on "Awesomer." Alternatives that have been suggested included
- (Ul)tra Menace
- Trauma - nis
- (Dennis) The Menace
- The Battle of Lake Trasimene, in which Hannibal showcased his military brilliance.
This is based on the fact that he hasn't done anything "tremendous" yet.
However, his self-assured giving of commands, his instant perception that the attack was not what it appeared to be, Ossomer's comment in the last panel of Page 7 ("Do you ever tire of being right, Tramennis?"), and his continuous analysis of the changing tactical situation, all would seem to indicate that not only is Tramennis a skilled Warlord, but he might actually be a military genius.
From King Slately's statements, Tramennis is the intelligence chief and head diplomat for Jetstone. King Slately has described him as clever and flighty. ("Clever" plus "diplomatic duties" equals "spy".) But Slately's direct and short-sighted approach makes him underestimate Tramennis, in comparison to his more 'jock'-like sons.
Charlie's communication with Tramennis are extremely friendly, almost affectionate, and all Charlie's symbols and icons while speaking to Tramennis were rainbow-themed.
Tramennis has copied the Gobwin Knob tactic of using a multiple series of mounts to travel long distances in a single turn. The humorous and sarcastic comments he made to Ansom during the Parley on the Expository Bridge may have been an attempt to learn how Ansom's personality had been altered by the process of decryption; or it may just be his normal mannerisms.
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