Uriam personifies all the traits that the Kadors hold so dear: his tall, splendidly proportioned body gives him a majestic aura of grandeur, his keen intellect makes him a master of oratory and rhetoric, and his refined manners inspire loyalty and respect. Uriam is a true leader of men, but his ambitions lie not in the realm of power and rule, but rather the realms of the mind.
A noted philosopher and poet, Uriam's view on life is a very cosmopolitan one. While not a true liberal or humanitarian, he is still positively enlightened compared to most of his fellow Holders. He has held various high-level posts within the empire, which have given him a thorough insight into every aspect of Amarr society. He has already indicated that he will modernize Kador's stale, regimented educational system, as well as streamlining the entangled, cumbersome trade laws.
The only taint on his otherwise excellent career is his not-so-well hidden relationship with a Gallente woman of high stature. His family hopes that Uriam, with his new responsibilities and duties, will see fit to break these shameful ties with his lover.