Malachi, Isaac's number one disciple and your worst nightmare -- besides He Who Walks Behind the Rows, of course.
Appearance: The dangerously lovely and incredibly creepy Malachi is tall young man with a very thin frame and slender fingers. His hair is a dark brown shade that falls to his sharp shoulders, the choppier bangs up front often hanging down over his calculating, evil atrous eyes. He has a strangely attractive face for a murderer and sadist with flawless, porcelain-white skin; a small, upturned nose; higher cheekbones; thin, dark eyebrows; and two large eyes of glittering obsidian volcanic glass. He appears to be cruel, devilish, evil, and dodgy, all of which describe him perfectly. Often wearing a sadist’s smile, Malachi doesn’t walk as much as creep or slink around, keeping an eye out for potential victims to exercise his power of manipulation over, and possible rule-breakers to drag off to Isaac and punish.
Personality: Everyone fears Malachi. Due to the fact he was thought to a be a sociopath and that he had become a wonderful actor as to fool people into believe he can feel emotions other than his aggression, Malachi’s personality could range from controlling to submissive, charming to ruthless, sympathetic to cold. However, now that the adults are gone and he doesn’t have to hide it anymore, Malachi is an angry, aggressive, sadistic young man whose heart is simply a black hole into which every positive feeling he was ever capable of experiencing had been sucked into, never again to see the light of day. Malachi has a very hard time agreeing with anything that isn’t seen his way, laughing in a friendly way, smiling in a friendly way, not insulting people, and more than anything, not killing. He’s a complete demon, and ever since he first found he could have control over life and death when he started killing small animals for fun, he began to view everything and everyone as being separated into two groups: the weak and the strong. Isaac’s religion was just the catalyst for his dreadful treatment of others and his obsession with blood, death, and murdering. Of course, Malachi views himself as strong, and anything below him in the weak category doesn’t deserve to live. He gains pleasure from terrorizing others, winning, killing helpless creatures, and torturing others mentally.
Believer? : But of course
Weapon (Bladed weapons, tools, kitchen knives, pitch forks, etc. No guns): A very long, sharp, and shiny machete
Other: Malachi is Isaac’s most devoted disciple, and the boy preacher often calls on him to do the dirty work (i.e killing traitors and sacrificing them to the God).