Gold star to whoever guesses the very clear inspiration for this character that I have not already told. Even the costume is a callback.
>Be everyone's best friend
You are Temarv Setier.
And it's true! You fashion yourself as a charismatic buddy to chat with, a shoulder to lean on, a pair of listening ears, a friendly face willing to give any sort of advice, a host to lend you a recuperacoon when some psycho burns down your hive, someone you can always count on to help you get out of a bind. And you do a good job at that! Especially with highbloods: it's always better to be on their good side. However, the sincerity of your actions, while you hide it behind sweeps of experiences, is the complete opposite: really, you couldn't give a single shit in the world about the well being of anyone except for yourself. Getting on everyone's good side is just a way to keep yourself around and standing at the top of the pile and in the best situation possible. Which is why you typically suck up to the highbloods even more: everything has a price, and they're better able to repay what you do. You're also not ashamed to admit that the wealth and easy living of the aristocratic castes is much more appealing to the filth of the orange that you were born into. It's a woofbeast eat woofbeast world out there, and only the cunning and strong survive and come out on top, something that the rich idiots don't seem to realize: which is why you're going to fight tooth and nail with every underhanded trick in the book to be the master of the game. If it means screwing your actual friends over, manipulating others against each other, or framing another for some sort of crime, you will do it. That's not to say that you are incapable of genuine friendships. But -you- come first.
But other than talking to people, how do you work out advancement? Well, you're always willing to do your friends a favor! You allow yourself to be hired out of a butler for anyone (so long as their payment is good), allowing you closer interactions. When you prove to be good at what you do, see, people start to place a certain trust in you, y'know? Like a bartender almost. Of course, little do your customers know that as you're dusting their nick-nacks off, sometimes one that really catches your eye has a... tendency to fall into your pocket. It's not like the highbloods even notice. The lowbloods would as a rule for simply having less stuff, but if you're sure you can get away with the theft, them simply being closer to you on the spectrum won't stop you. You don't clean too carefully, though: you have to ensure that people seek you out again in good time! And cleaning isn't all that you do! You have trained in the culinary arts over the sweeps, cooking being one of your prime interests, and once more for a price you are more than willing to treat a customer to a filling meal, dishes of their choice, of course (though little does the unexperienced diner know that you more than often sneak cheap or mock-up food by them). If you can't trust the person who gives you food, who can you trust, y'know? And the fun doesn't stop there! In recent sweeps, you have started to look into the ways of an all-purpose handytroll to fix up household objects, plumbing, and electricity to expand your horizons even more.
Insofar as less practical skills and hobbies, you have tried your hand at an even broader variety of activities, but you're pretty terrible at most. When you aren't working, though, you enjoy cooking for yourself, brewing your own liquors and alcohols, and working on more ways to con other trolls through various counterfeits and schemes. Not doing this, you are a tad fond of reading the speeches and works of great thinkers and speakers to work on your own charisma: you will never rest from your goal until you are there: the easy life. Of course, spending so much time working on tricks have left you quite capable of spotting when someone is attempting to deceive you or another, which is always a fine skill to have.
Your trolltag is conscientiousValet and “you speak with a 'ittle accent you 'ave made a 'abit of speakin' in"