The tenant of Hoenhiem's house in the State of Six Counsels.
A homely man, who’s face is as forgettable as it is unattractive
Bastich lives in Hoenheim’s House. His role is primarily to reinforce the guise that it is an unassuming commoner’s house.
He is a surly man, who on one hand seems to have complete confidence in Hoenheim and his security precautions, but on the other doesn’t want to do anything that could mess up his current situation.
Not too bright and more than a little cowardly, he believed Trokmutt’s story about needing the bed and grumpily went to bed on the floor.