After the companions were given permission to stay with the Masked Ones, Otto's body and possessions were burned by his fellow inner circle members. The companions were then given his empty wagon.
Otto was a huge man, with beefy shoulders, ham shaped fists, sausage thick fingers, and arms as big as tree trunks. His mask was the head of a wild boar and permanently bonded to his face. It was so lifelike that Lief believed the mask to be his actual head. The mask had tiny, fierce eyes, a snuffling fleshy snout, floppy ears, a mouth with razor sharp tusks and it was covered in bristly brown hair.
When Lief, Barda, and Jasmine encountered Otto, he was wearing animal skins, lashed in place by leather cords, his bare arms were adorned with beaten metal bands, and he wore rings on every one of his fingers.
Like all members of the Masked Ones, Otto was prejudiced towards those outside the troupe. When he found the companions within the Masked Ones' camp, he instantly accused them of being spies.
Otto was immensely strong, even more so than Barda. He used his talents to amaze audiences with feats of strength and even challenge some individuals who felt themselves bold.