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He's supposed to look like Brad Pitt's Achilles from the movie Troy, right? I haven't seen it myself, so I don't wanna jump to any conclusions. -No one in particular

I was going to say he looked a bit like Joachin Phoenix in "Gladiator", actually. Armor seems to be more Roman, and Brad Pitt wasn't much for clothes in "Troy". But then, Joachin Phoenix has dark hair (as does Russel Crowe in that movie, for that matter)... not sure. Other ideas? --MisterB777 19:16, 4 November 2009 (UTC)
Perhaps a young Cato the Elder? I only mention him because he once used figs to urge the Senate to war. Fresh figs though, not used. - No one in particular
I figured he was supposed to look like a fantasy version of Superman. --Wrecan 23:27, 9 November 2009 (UTC)
Oops! I was thinking of Ossomer, not Tramennis. nvm. --Wrecan 23:28, 9 November 2009 (UTC)
Hes James Dean, clear as the day is blue --Darakat 03:54, 13 February 2010 (UTC)


Didn't he have a rapier? I will look later in the summer updates. Summer Update 40:
"Nonsense! I'm telling you, we should do it more. The enemy is." He stepped back and put his hand on his hip, beside the hilt of his rapier. "Anyway, Prince's privilege. I knew I'd want to talk to you after diplomatic rounds."

Oh. I was just going by appearance.


Just noting that I edited a typo, in case the page gets reverted. (Exposition Bridge > Expository Bridge)

He's so unassuming... yet...

I somehow get the feeling he's very dangerous in a close-quarters fight. He reminds me of Count Fenring from Dune, i don't know why... --Jerichothebard 22:30, 9 November 2009 (UTC)

I agree. Anyone who faces a undead army lead by a demented visage of your former brother and cracks a tea joke is either unflappable or demented; or both.--Paper Golem 00:03, 10 November 2009 (UTC)

More than being dangerous in a fight, he's smart - he's able to see past the ruses of the enemy.

"Do you ever get tired of being right?" Uh-huh. That's what I thought. Goofy - on the surface. --Jerichothebard 17:39, 19 November 2009 (UTC)

Given that he seems like the least formidable in combat of the princely brothers Jetstone (though, admittedly, we don't know that yet), I wonder if he isn't going to end up as a Parson parallel - someone with less impressive stats than one would hope for in a commander, but who is absolutely brilliant enough to utterly outstrip any rival when he's actually making the calls.

The most terrifying exchange between Tramennis yet witnessed is this one: "You should know better than to ask that, Prince Tramennis." "But I am asking." Positively Hamster-ian, that is. - Noip

It's what he'd like to actually be wearing, you see

Assuming that his transformation from armor to tie-dye in a meeting of minds is actually a personal reflection and not just Charlie messing with him, then maybe Tramennis is ALSO A HIPPIEMANCER. How awesome would it be to see a war where both Chief Warlords are brilliant hippiemancers? I say it would be totally awesome. -No one in particular

The tie-dyed garb is not just any tie-dye; it is rainbow tie-dye, in keeping with the theme Charlie set up in the previous panels. Yes, hippies like rainbow tie-dyed clothes, but what other rainbow garb could Charlie have dressed him up in? The only thing that comes readily to mind is a clown costume, and that would have been a pretty insulting choice.--Museerouge 01:54, 18 January 2011 (UTC)
So are we allowed to say that Tramennis is gay yet without starting an all-out flame-war (oh dear God, no pun intended but what alternative term is there)? I started to suggest it when I first posted my comment back in January, but decided not to shake things up until there was more proof; after all, Tramennis could have simply turned out to be effeminate but straight (like the Scarlet Pimpernel, perhaps). However, after LIAB Text 42 it would seem rather absurd to suggest that Tramennis was straight but was denied the throne because he was a bit effeminate, which would be the alternative interpretation of King Slateley's line: '"So who cares if he's a— If his Signamancy is less...than manly." Slately cleared his throat. "I certainly don't. Any more. He ought to lead."' Good for you, King. See? Neither Slately nor Don King (who's paying for the promotion to Heir) have a problem with a gay king, so everything's cool and we can all be grown-ups about it too. I'll leave plenty of time for discussion and consensus before editing anything on Tramennis's main page, don't worry (even the ridiculous "His delicate appearance prompted King Slately to send him to a far off war where he would be forgotten and likely croaked" line, which haunts me). Now, I've tried to be PC and consider other people's sensibilities to avoid offending anybody, so I ask that everybody do the same during discussion, please. Bigots need not chime in - we can do just fine without you, thank you very much.--Museerouge 01:14, 28 February 2011 (UTC)
Well, as far as the wiki goes, I'd suggest just saying something like "it is heavily implied" at this point. Aside from some color and the (still unspecified) suspicions of his machismo-obsessed dad, there hasn't been any concrete evidence. And personally, I wouldn't put it past Slately to deny his son the throne just because of how he looks. He's clearly been using Stanley's Guide to Promoting Warlords (i.e. who's biggest and manliest?) before now. Seriously, this is literally what happened at Gobwin Knob: the invading army has gotten right up to the doorstep, there are no other choices for Chief Warlord, and the weird looking guy is actually much smarter than the short, philosophy-obsessed ruler expected.
But yeah, getting back to the point: until I see Tramennis making out with Parson or something, I'd go with "heavily implied" -- No one in particular 05:05, 28 February 2011 (UTC)
In any case, I'd actually go with "heavily implied that Slately suspects that Tramennis is gay" and "no concrete evidence for or against." Jorgath 17:45, 28 February 2011 (UTC)
"until I see Tramennis making out with Parson or something" --- can we get some rule 34 in here plox?