The richness found in uproarious fits of genuine laughter or the uneasy chuckle from the bite of satire that settles like a cold mist upon its target, his cavalier attitude and boisterous persona earn his place upon the stage of Memora. The value of a performance is in its fleeting nature, seen only once by one audience, then never again. Deftly oscillating between caricature and critic, he encapsulates the irony of Grimfrost’s wane. Death giving way to life can be truly humorous and as the suns rays turn the melting ice to vapor on cool Everbreath mornings. His one-man-show enraptures the faithful in a constant reminder that life need not always be so grave. Even the worst of luck can change in an instant and when it does, one may just glimpse the single red rose of the Comedian lingering nearby. After all, a performer must always take credit for his work and Nai de’Moc E’koj expects his bow to be met with a standing ovation.