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Sovereign aka David Bowie (He/Him) is a 76 year old (DOB: January 8, 1947) pure-blood wizard living in The Guild of Calamitous Intent. He wields a 12½" Ivy, Dragon Heartstring wand, and a member of the unsorted masses of Hogwarts students just off the train eagerly crowding around the Sorting Hat. His favorite Harry Potter book is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and his favorite Harry Potter character is David Bowie.

About Me
"Hate You Can Trust" The code of conduct is complex; among the rules enforced are:
* Villains and their henchmen are severely limited in their choice of weapons, according to the severity of their situation and their target.
* In the case of some crimes the Guild will allow the member to continue as a member of the Guild but suffer a penalties under law, such as restraining orders against members who engage in inappropriate behavior (Sergeant Hatred being a noteworthy example).
* Any hero who is associated with the Guild through its "Arch-Nemesis Assignment Program" will be paired off with a villain of approximately equal power and inclination, and this is often decided via an interview process.
* Local law enforcement officers are off-limits and can not be harmed under any circumstances. In turn, they seem content to occupy themselves with "regular crimes" and not "super-crimes."
* Conflicts may not take place on any hallowed ground.
* "If protagonist aggression exceeds Level 8, the antagonist, in case of survival or escape, is granted Extended Vengeance. This includes Guild sanctioned immediate relatives."
* A New Mental Health Clemency Clause of the Guild's rules"a Section 8", a villain must release his arch if they have to receive psychiatric help as long as the arch has a note from their doctor.
*Furthermore, all Guild members are required to follow and honor all treaties signed with the super-hero community, a number of which were negotiated personally by Jonas Venture Sr. These include treaties banning Guild members from attacking heroes on holidays. Another treaty, "Rusty's Law" states that a Guild member must allow a hero and their children to leave their custody in the event that the hero's child becomes injured during the hostage situation to receive medical treatment.
*Despite their honor code and rules the guild does encourage the double-cross.