Konrad is a handsome man. He believes that he is “God’s gift to women.” He loves them, but not in the way that nature intended. He is a damaged man, he has suffered rejection in the past and this has made him cruel and bitter. Now spite and punishment have formed part of his psyche, and this has moulded his attitude towards sexual relations with the opposite sex. Luckily for him he has often met new women on his travels, and he had become very adept at hiding his true intentions behind a façade of charm.
Konrad enjoys sex and the rougher the better. He has found that some women are turned on by hard physical treatment and extreme pain. Even then he would find their threshold and he would often exceed it. He would leave them devastated. It really was too bad when that happened. But he got over it.
Konrad leaves a trail of destruction which will culminate in murder. But in the end it will also result in a confrontation with a woman who is more than his equal.