Half-sister to the somewhat more prevalent template Das, Amalia has a contentious relationship with her brother - when both exist - who frequently hates her for killing their shared mother.
Amalia tends to think men can be useful and women are uninteresting, as general categories. Amaury thinks men can be useful and women are basically most useful for sex.
Theoretically, Amalia comes in 'killed mom before she killed step-dad', but so far she has only actually come in 'killed mom after she killed step-dad'. The former case is fairly well adjusted, if more inclined to murder as a solution than most people, and is in both cases less sexist. The latter is obsessed with men who look and act like her step-dad/being like his father, to a truly unhealthy extent.