Lavio is the God of Death. Responsible for giving the dead safe passage to the Beyond, as well as guiding lost souls back to his mother Luka, Lavio most often presents himself to mortals in the form of a young man with eyes and hair as dark as the void, with a rope hanging loosely around his neck.
Most stories and plays depict him as a rather somber man with an unfortunate fondness for people, gentle and caring in nature despite his position.
He seems to have a bit of a hobby of amusing himself with mortals when not actually doing his duties as a God. It's not surprising for a person to have had an encounter with Lavio, so long as they are not an active follower of his.
Lavio's realm is said to be mostly empty - with only a vast, star-filled void, two chairs, and a table. Stories of the God say the reason for this is because Lavio's realm is not meant to be stayed in, only passed through; even Lavio himself, it is told, does not spend much time there.