Age 28 and hailing from the technologically shy realm of Adenna, Aurast is the younger brother of Havelast Dagger Sasc, and measures up at an NBA-ready 6'5”. In 2012, Aurast graduated with a Bachelor's degree in business marketing. As of 2013, he has since gone back to school to pursue a Master's degree in Earth Renaissance art history at the University of Penrith, Aguilar.
He has two dobermans, Justice and Ichigo, that he's brought with him from home to keep him company while attending university. Other than them, he's brought no friends or family with him to his new home in the realm of Aguilar. He does not live alone, however, rooming with two girls in a co-ed arrangement as part of a bold two-year minimum plan: Casey Nicholson, the raven-haired, bob-cut source of all Aurast's new music knowledge; and Heather Wincott, Aurast's female and well-tanned beach bunny doppelganger and person responsible for his cartridge and older-gaming experience.
Since moving to Aguilar, Aurast has taken up an interest in surfing, baseball, drugs, and progressive rock.
Aurast has a variety of talents that can vary in their usefulness. Some more famous endeavors of his have come out of his creativity and collaborations with local students. He co-built a steampunk-inspired water turret with two other students that won an award and is currently installed at The Rhydin WonderPlex, and the following year as a solo venture he built a fully functional drink-serving robot, named Simon Le Bon, that takes orders and responds with over 1000 MIDI samples of real songs. He has some filmmaking experience gained sound-mixing, editing, and directing a number of pictures for the Adult Film Industry, but he has since gotten out of the business calling it "the most depressing work environment" he'd ever been in. His swordsmanship was brought up to the expectations of a Dagger Sasc at an early age by his brother, Havelast, making him still an extraordinarily difficult opponent to score against in a duel even when wielding an unconventional weapon. As a sportswriter for the duels, Aurast has been met with some acclaim for upkeeping a sports column and sportscasting a show on broadcast television (of which he also wrote and directed) for a popular tournament he was actually still participating in (and later would go on to win).