|“||Should I find another way to quench my thirst?||”|
Throughout The Originals Series
In Out of the Easy, Anton came to New Orleans because of a request that was made by an old friend and fellow vampire, Lucien Castle. He was tasked with guarding a human woman, Camille O'Connell, and was ordered by Lucien to kill Camille if Lucien doesn't return from his Thanksgiving dinner with the Mikaelson family. And so Anton spends the next few hours with Cami, watching football, and drinking beer. When Cami tried to flee the first time, Anton warned her not to, because if she did he will have to break her bones and cut her face, heal her, and do it all over again, so he told her to be still and drink. And so, Cami sat still, and pretended to be a bad drunk. She asked him if he know about Klaus Mikaelson, and told him that he would come for her. Then, she surprised him by cutting off his fingers, which also had his daylight ring as well. When he tried to chase after her, he was burned by the sun, and got stuck at Lucien's Penthouse. After awhile, Lucien himself returned with Klaus, who questioned Anton about Cami's whereabouts, and when Anton told him he didn't know, as Cami had fled, Klaus, in his rage, staked Anton with a picture frame he broke.
Not much is known about Anton's personality, but he liked to drink beer, and watch football, which Cami thought was weird as he is a vampire. He also seemed to show a slight sadistic streak as he warned Cami that he would break her bones and cut her face, then heal her, and then do the process all over again. Also, this could be evidence that he doesn't really have regards for human life, especially he had no problem taunting and threatening Cami.
Anton had black hair and dark, brown eyes. He had an athletic build and wore dark clothing, such as a leather jacket, shirt and pants. He had a thin mustache and beard for his more noticeable features.
Powers and Abilities
Anton possessed all the standard powers and abilities of a non-original vampire.
Anton had the typical weaknesses of a non-original vampire.
- Anton is English and means "highly praiseworthy".