Wore worn military fatigues (army field jacket with the sleeves removed and baggy frayed pants) with scuffed boots, a red bandanna tied loosely about his neck. Carried a battered knapsack and bedroll.
Two Bears was a title given to O’olish by his father at birth as he was supposedly as big as two bears. The last of the Sinnissippi Indians. An Indian shaman, or medicine man.
Served in Vietnam for six years.
Presented new Knights of the Word with their staffs.
Was able to see Pick, even when he made himself invisible.