Klarion as written by Morrison is an enigmatic character. I like reading him because he thinks differently while still allowing a reader to empathize with his situation. It's a knife-edge balance that Morrison maintains with the character that allows him to spring surprises as the story unfolds.

Klarion is a fascinating dichotomy; he's vulnerable and naive but you get the sense that he'll make it through the situation somehow - so confident and controlled in one instance, panicking the next, then seemingly effortlessly turning the situation to his own advantage.

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