Demitri, however, could not recognize his own foolishness. Of course, he valued the power of his Anima, but he was unable to admit his arrogance, nor the fact that he lived with a freedom he would not permit of others. When he was assigned the unglamorous position of patrolling the border, he was filled with dissatisfaction and uncertainty at the thought he would lose all he had strived so hard to obtain. And it was those emotions that intensified his violent nature.
Demitri is a shortening of the English masculine name Demetrius of Old Greek origin; the meaning is "follower of Demeter, devoted to Demeter", derived from the elements de meaning "earth" and meter "mother". In Greek mythology, Demeter was the goddess of agriculture, grain, and fertility; she was also the mother of Persephone.
Artwork by Reynan Sanchez.