As a luminary member of the Lancea et Sanctum and an advisor to the Prince of Chicago, Solomon is widely regarded as a fearsome high chamberlain of Chicago's host. What he lacks in subtlety, he more than makes up for in zeal and willingness to punish heresies, be they real or manufactured. Solomon has a special hatred for Persephone, whom he sees as a personification of the madness and weakness creeping into Prince Maxwell. That his longtime ally would so casually violate the Second Tradition sends Solomon into apoplexies of rage.
Solomon's body is crisscrossed with scars, both from conflicts and as a result of his mortification of his own flesh. That he keeps these scars from night to night only adds to his mystique among the Damned of Chicago.