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|affiliation = [[Kingdom of Elphegort]]<br/>[[Père Noël]]<br/>[[Levin Church]] <small>(Levia sect)</small>
 
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{{Quote|Lord Kaspar—No, I’ll dispense with the honorifics with him. To speak bluntly, that man was the lowest of the low.|Rita Flohn|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
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{{Quote|Lord Kaspar—  No, I wouldn't dare give him that respect. To be honest, that man was the lowest of men.|Rita Flohn|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
 
'''Kaspar Blankenheim''', codenamed '''Second Dealer''', was the Marquis of [[Toragay]] in [[Elphegort]] and the husband of [[Margarita Blankenheim|Margarita]]. After facing financial trouble, he married the [[Felix Family]] daughter for her father's wealth. He later joined the criminal organization [[Père Noël]] as its black market dealer to maintain his affluent lifestyle and array of mistresses.
 
'''Kaspar Blankenheim''', codenamed '''Second Dealer''', was the Marquis of [[Toragay]] in [[Elphegort]] and the husband of [[Margarita Blankenheim|Margarita]]. After facing financial trouble, he married the [[Felix Family]] daughter for her father's wealth. He later joined the criminal organization [[Père Noël]] as its black market dealer to maintain his affluent lifestyle and array of mistresses.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
===Early Life===
 
===Early Life===
{{Quote|Before I left my family, I entrusted my own son in the care of my younger brother—Karl.|Kaidor Blankenheim|Gift Bonus Story}}
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{{Quote|Before I left the family, I entrusted my son to my younger brother—to Karl.|Kaidor Blankenheim|Gift Bonus Story}}
 
Born in [[Toragay]] on August 30, [[EC]] 588, Kaspar's father [[Kaidor Blankenheim]] entrusted him to his uncle, [[List of Minor Characters in Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep#Karl Blankenheim|Karl]], shortly after killing his own wife. With his real father expelled from the family as a fugitive, Kaspar was raised as the son of Marquis Karl and his wife. During his youth, his father arranged for him to meet many girls as potential marriage candidates and he romanced each of them over the years, promising to marry them.
 
Born in [[Toragay]] on August 30, [[EC]] 588, Kaspar's father [[Kaidor Blankenheim]] entrusted him to his uncle, [[List of Minor Characters in Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep#Karl Blankenheim|Karl]], shortly after killing his own wife. With his real father expelled from the family as a fugitive, Kaspar was raised as the son of Marquis Karl and his wife. During his youth, his father arranged for him to meet many girls as potential marriage candidates and he romanced each of them over the years, promising to marry them.
   
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===Marriage===
 
===Marriage===
{{Quote|It’s a bit lonely in here, isn’t it?''"<br/>"''I used to have a lot of things in it. They’ve all been sold off now.|Hanne and Margarita painfully admitting the truth|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
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{{Quote|Yes. My favorite tableware, everything. My glasses, spoons... Has just my mirror not been sold yet? Thankfully, I don't use much makeup either.|Margarita regarding her personal items Kaspar sold off|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
 
[[File:MargaritaCasparMarriage.png|thumb|250px|Kaspar and Margarita are wed]]Following Margarita's return home and later his father's death, Kaspar inherited the family title of Marquis and wasted his fortune on Finé cigars from [[Maistia]] and other luxuries. He also befriended [[List of Minor Characters in Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep#Cle Mence|Cle Mence]], son of the Marquis of Nianemu. As his fortune began to deplete, Kaspar decided to marry Margarita and acquire her [[Marx Felix|father's]] fortune for himself.
 
[[File:MargaritaCasparMarriage.png|thumb|250px|Kaspar and Margarita are wed]]Following Margarita's return home and later his father's death, Kaspar inherited the family title of Marquis and wasted his fortune on Finé cigars from [[Maistia]] and other luxuries. He also befriended [[List of Minor Characters in Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep#Cle Mence|Cle Mence]], son of the Marquis of Nianemu. As his fortune began to deplete, Kaspar decided to marry Margarita and acquire her [[Marx Felix|father's]] fortune for himself.
   
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===Père Noël===
 
===Père Noël===
{{Quote|That was close to one thousand Ev. Not the sort of thing you’d expect an impoverished marquis to be able to buy several of so freely. …Which means there’s a chance he had a means to earn money no one else knew about.|Ayn Anchor regarding Kaspar|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
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{{Quote|The marquis shouldn't have been able to nonchalantly buy such things with his financial straits... In other words, there's the possibility the marquis had a means of earning money that no one but he knew about.|Ayn Anchor regarding Kaspar|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
 
[[File:CasparGift.png|left]]Sometime in EC 608, Kaspar was approached by a woman calling herself "[[Mayrana Blossom|Elluka Clockworker]]".{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 3}} Claiming to be the leader of [[Père Noël]], First Santa Claus, Elluka asked the Marquis join the organization as their black market dealer in [[Elphegort]], offering him a chance to make a profit for himself with some of the earnings;{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 6}} in exchange, the woman asked him to give her the [[Golden Key|golden key]] in his family's possession.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Epilogue}}
 
[[File:CasparGift.png|left]]Sometime in EC 608, Kaspar was approached by a woman calling herself "[[Mayrana Blossom|Elluka Clockworker]]".{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 3}} Claiming to be the leader of [[Père Noël]], First Santa Claus, Elluka asked the Marquis join the organization as their black market dealer in [[Elphegort]], offering him a chance to make a profit for himself with some of the earnings;{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 6}} in exchange, the woman asked him to give her the [[Golden Key|golden key]] in his family's possession.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Epilogue}}
   
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==Personality and Traits==
 
==Personality and Traits==
{{Quote|Spending all his time playing around and picking up other women every day while he had a wife like Margarita around—I’ll say it again, that bastard was utter trash.|Rita Flohn|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
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{{Quote|I'll say it again. That man was total scum.|Rita Flohn|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep}}
 
Kaspar was a selfish, conniving, and hedonistic man. Since childhood, Kaspar Blankenheim prioritized his own physical needs over emotional relationships, becoming close with multiple women as potential marriage candidates and yet selecting them for their financial prospects over any romantic sentiment.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 4}} Continuing into adulthood, Kaspar lived largely for his pleasure and expensive tastes.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 3}} He thus partook in illegal activities in Père Noël to fund his addictions, even monopolizing the black market for himself and arguing about his activities when confronted.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 6}} He similarly thought nothing of selling even his own wife's possessions for money.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 4}}
 
Kaspar was a selfish, conniving, and hedonistic man. Since childhood, Kaspar Blankenheim prioritized his own physical needs over emotional relationships, becoming close with multiple women as potential marriage candidates and yet selecting them for their financial prospects over any romantic sentiment.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 4}} Continuing into adulthood, Kaspar lived largely for his pleasure and expensive tastes.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 3}} He thus partook in illegal activities in Père Noël to fund his addictions, even monopolizing the black market for himself and arguing about his activities when confronted.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 6}} He similarly thought nothing of selling even his own wife's possessions for money.{{ref|book|Deadly Sins of Evil: Gift from the Princess who Brought Sleep|Chapter 4}}
   
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