Raymundo, from Ultima VII
When the Avatar met him inside the theatre in Ultima VII, it didn't take long to find out that Raymundo wished to do all the creative work in the theatre, having written the current play about the Avatar by himself -- despite the actors' objection to the script. His inflated ego was the appropriate size for his ambitions.
Raymundo offered the Avatar, despite all roles already being cast, to be understudy for the lead actor Jesse. The Avatar auditioned after receiving a costume from Gaye, yet despite being the real Avatar, Raymundo was hesitant to offer the Avatar the position.
- The Avatar not being "Avatar-like" enough may be playing on the effect of famous actors not being recognized as themselves when met in reality -- something that famously happened to Charlie Chaplin when he entered a Charlie Chaplin look-a-like contest in San Francisco.
- He is based on Raymond Benson, the lead writer of Ultima VII.