Description: Some may consider Elder Brier a rebel without a cause – but President Oaks sees right through his facade. There is somethingdeeper stirring in the young boy, something that creates the need to act out and make sure he is noticed as an individual. It is not a simple case of narcissism. In fact, President Oaks can tell that Brier does not really enjoy being the center of attention. It is just something he has had to come to terms with because of how handsome he has always been; attention is something he cannot avoid. But regardless of what makes Brier act so rebelliously, Oaks is determined to tease it out of his psyche before letting him join the ranks of The Order. Today, Brier has been called into Oaks’s office for The Calling. As he probes the boy to get a sense of his mental state, Oaks wears a firm, even aggressive affect. Brier is surprised, as Oaks is generally known to be a man of calm collection, even detachment. Seeing the gorgeous priest in such a fierce state makes Brier’s loins quiver in anticipation.