(doesn't wear the bandana)
Alexis is a young man barely at a height of 5’5” and weighing slightly from 137lbs. Being a fraternal twin to his sister, he is particularly feminine looking, and doesn’t mind when a person walks up to him – with his sister by his side – and ask “Are you girls twins?”. Nonetheless, he is still male, and has some masculine features making him more muscular than his twin; it’s just hidden beneath his attire. Alexis has spiky hair, his natural hair color is a light blonde (close to white) and he dyes it black; his eyes are a baby blue.
He loves to wear casual clothing: simple black t-shirt with a design; black pants falling from his waist down over his feet; beige men shoes (only when he’s not in the house, otherwise he is barefoot)
He is a protector of his family and friends. He is patient and devoted which makes him a great nurturer. The young man has an uncanny insight to see events and situations that might affect the ones he cares for; and with that, he places his instincts above all else. This leads to a conflict between his inner self and the outside world; however much he dislikes the conflicts. If ever a position leads him to conflict, the man will more than likely go into a state of agitation or charged aggression, most of the times he tries to be gentle and avoid hurting anyone.
Alexis tries to keep everything systematic and orderly, constantly defining and re-defining priorities, even if this may lead him being overprotective.
Unable to find a job and a home, Alexis moves in with his sisters. After living for some time with them, he decides to take care of them; even though various chores have been given to each individual, he cooks meals and cleans the house, as well as doing maintenance (less he can’t solve the problem and calls in for service). The young man makes sure everything is in order, while trying to find a job. However until the death of his older sister, Alexis changes tremendously; he blames himself for his sister’s death and tries his best to guard for his twin – although he strives not to show any drastic emotions, for any flaw seen, by him, is his fault.