|Hair Color||Dark blue with lighter stripes|
|Age||23 years old|
|Height||170 cm / 5'7"|
|Likes||Beer, money, women|
"A con artist. He tells lies like they're breaths. Borrowed the name and look of a napping youth nearby" - Game description
Theobald Leonhart also known as Hal in LiEat II is one of the protagonist of the game. He travels around with the second protagonist, Efina, and changes his appearance every town he travels to. He has a mysterious past that he doesn't talk about.
In LiEat II, going by the alias Hal, he had short dark blue hair with lighter blue stripes throughout which covers his right eye. A longer part of his hair in the front is secured with two small beads which hangs down in front of his eye as well. His eye colour has changed to red. There is a scar on his left cheek. His outfit consists of a light blue (almost turquoise) jacket with short, wide sleeves and a wide collar which goes up to his chin. Gold stripes colour the edges of the collar and sleeves as well as adorn the shoulders. Two gold stripes also go down the front of the coat with pairs of gold, diamond buttons in between them. From the center bottom of the collar to his left shoulder hangs a thin strip of golden fabric. Underneath he appears to wear a dark blue, loose shirt, much like LiEat I. He also sports a hat similar in fashion to a police hat as well as dark blue, finger less gloves. His pants are shown to be the same colour as his jacket, held up by a tan belt.
His personality is not much different from that in LiEat I, but he appears to be growing fonder of Efi, no longer calling her brat or runt as often, and he also seems more willing to answer her questions. He still covers his real personality behind an act, though in the end we see him interacting normally with everyone.
As a con artist, Leo is very skilled as deception and disguise. He changes his appearance and name every time he travels to a different town, and only a few can recognize him. He is also a extremely skilled liar, to the point that Efi cannot manifest his lies. He is also skilled at recognizing if someone is lying without Efi's help, and is capable of deduction, allowing him to work out who is responsible for certain actions. He is skilled at playing card games and is capable of cheating, but Olivia Cameron is able to notice this.
He is also skilled at fighting, and is capable of wielding and throwing knifes. he can attack lie monsters and people consumed by lies, but only when he is fighting with Efi.
They’ve somewhat gotten closer, not fighting as often as they used to. However, Efi’s personality still annoys him sometimes as she tends to speak her mind freely, nearly putting them in trouble.
Thom & Mars Lot Edit
They believed his lie about him being Efi’s brother and to be searching for their mother. Probably they both spoke in his favor to the manager.
Sofia let him stay at the resort and then trusted him to solve Lucas’ incident.
Lucas personally knew Harold Radford, so he didn’t fall for Theo’s impersonation. But he disliked the real Hal, and was glad Teo was there instead of him. They are too similar and dislike each other, calling each other weirdo or jerk.
Teo didn’t fall for her lies, and she and William played memory against him and Efina. When she lost and admitted everything, he got to see her true colors.
Apparently Neil's there to investigate on the rumor about the dragon boy, and Theo wonders who’s his informant.
- His outfit actually belongs to a young guard he found outside the town whom he took it from and replaced with his previous outfit while the guard was asleep.
- This is because he spent most of his money on Efi's new outfit.
- With the jacket he left behind, Hal also left behind his notebook, so he wrote his memos on napkins.
- He told Efi to "don't grow up into that kind of girl (referring to Olivia), the same thing Lucas said to her.
- In the Steam translation, his name is spelled as Theobald Leonheart.
- Theobald's name in the freeware version is most likely a direct (or mis) translation of his original Japanese name, Teobarudo. However, "Theobald" is the correct spelling