| "I once thought I could save the world... now look at it"
— Spoilers for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided follow!
Otar disagrees the way Radich Nikoladze has taken on leading the Dvali. He resents the deal Radich made with Viktor Marchenko and the gold-mask terrorists and many other decisions "bad for business" in his opinion. All this aspires him to displace Nikoladze from kingpin's position. Jensen can agree to do some of Otar's dirty work in exchange for neuroplasticity calibrator and safety for Václav Koller.
Even if Otar considers at the time of Mankind Divided making business with augmented people bad, he does not exactly despise augmented beings. This is shown when he trusts Jensen with missions to elevate him as the leader of the Dvali in Prague.
The CASIE Social Enhancer describes Otar as follows:
- Insists on principled behavior. Demonstrate similar standards.
- Gets aggressive when insulted. Be respectful without patronising.
- Keeps most thoughts and feelings to himself. Proceed cautiously.
- If Jensen takes Louis Gallois out lethally and assists Masa Kadlek in side quest All in the Family, Otar becomes the leader of the Dvali in Prague allowing Jensen to visit the Dvali Theatre peacefully.
- Otar carries a unique and powerful scoped revolver that can be looted from his body after killing or knocking him out.
- Otar seems to have some unfamiliarity in communicating via InfoLink, preferring to address himself to whomever he contacts despite his face being plainly visible on their HUD. Jensen points this out to him at one point.
- Jensen can tell Otar that he's a "concerned third party", and in response Otar will comment that Jensen is a "very private person". Both are catchphrases from the Person of Interest TV series.