Biting the Big Apple
Stout and possessed of slow, deliberate movements, Donatello Giovanni is a man who knows what he enjoys and takes it as he will. In his best moods, Donatello is jovial, almost avuncular, but his scowl alone can wipe a capricious grin from a neonate’s face. He has a full head of hair and a thick beard, worn shorter in the front than on the sides, both of which were just going to gray from their lustrous brown upon Donatello’s Embrace. His nose even betrays a few gin blossoms, attesting to one of his vices in mortal life. He has been described as leonine in the past, by the Toreador novelist Tania Trepsa.