This, along with his lifelong training and experience in
fighting a wide variety of humans and animals in the ring, make
him unrivaled in combat. He is extremely arrogant and a natural
troll, excelling a shit-talking others to make them angry and
therefore easier to best in combat.
He enjoys seeing others break concentration and make mistakes because of his taunts, and he is himself nearly immune to this type of psychological manipulation.
He died in the gladiatorial ring, forced to face impossible
odds, while poisoned by the emperor who was jealous of his fame,
and was determined to erase the world’s memory of him.
Therefore, little is known about his true history and epic and
unbroken record of victories in the ring. His gravestone has
somewhat incorrect information about his true history.
Flamma has unrivaled skill in battle, is constant joking, and has strong protective instinct for others. He has a penchant for single-handedly taking on impossible odds for their collective mission (the Gods are watching!) Is there a heart of gold buried somewhere in there? We’ll find out.
He has buried all attachments to friends or family as deeply as
possible, considering any type of empathy or love, to be
weaknesses he can’t afford and never wants to feel again.
Like many of the others, Flamma has a type of genetic anomaly that makes him slightly superior in strength and speed to any normal human, with a strong “Hero’s instinct” that helps to keep him safe.
Sold into slavery by his mother in Syria, so that she could try to remarry a rich man she coveted, Flamma was furious and hurt by her betrayal. As a gladiator and slave, he quickly learned not to grow any fondness for others, because they all die.