These two here are the sons of Knoydart Eleison, the founder of the Nazy party. After his assassination, his daughter Olympia took over the leadership of the party (beside inherit all the family's assets and properties.)
She will later be known as "The Fräulein".
The male is Lairig Eleison, and he is archbishop of Amaranth (the capital city of the Empire). No doubt these two were the most famous twins of the Empire (at least for a while).
Lairig instead entered the ecclesiastical career, where his prospects were even greater than his sister's. And indeed he climbed the holy ladder lightning fast becoming the youngest archbishop in all the history.
At the age of 30 he was heading straight to the papal throne, when something went horribly wrong.
ANSWER: I'm happy when a reader takes a stand, and sides either for the Ybrids or the Nazys. But for me, I try my best to stay above the parts, because my goal is the story as a whole.
Ask a painter if he prefers white or black: he will answer that both colors are necessary for drawing a picture. A painting of just one color wouldn't be very meaningful (see below)!
Same with this story: both Ybrids and Nazys are essential parts of it: without the Nazys, the story of the Ybrids... just wouldn't exist.
So called "Modern Art": Very expensive, poorly executed, completely meaningless trash.
Seven was beaten so harshly by a group of nazys that he partially lost his vision due to bilateral retinal detachment. The aggression could have had a fatal outcome, but One and Five (two of his siblings) and Coqui intervened just in time.
Three weeks after the accident Seven was able to stand up again and Coqui is leading him across the mountains, in an attempt to escape the persecution of his nazy tormenters.