Bio: Claims to be the man (or possible entity) that literally decides how magic is allotted. With but a thought or a gesture, he can strip even the most powerful magicians (such as the Ancient One or Doctor Strange) of their magic.
Notes: At the end of Doctor Strange (2018) #10  it possibly appears that T. Hothran could have been Dormammu in disguise the entire time. Hothran is speaking off panel telling Strange that the Faltine have acquired his "debt" from his magic use, when Dormammu then appears and Hothran is not seen again in the issue or the following issue. It seems like what could have transpired is that Hothran transformed into Dormammu at that time, revealing himself to have been in disguise. This is not supported by dialogue in Doctor Strange (2018) #11 however. At the end of that issue, Strange is speaking to his associates whom he transported back to Hothran's office after Dormammu transported them to New York. He specifically asks about Hothran and Wong informs him that he was gone when they returned to his home realm. IF Hothran was indeed Dormammu, Strange and his associates would've witnessed him transform into Dormammu right in front of their eyes and wouldn't have had any need to ask about him. Instead, what actually happened, is Hothran was simply off panel when he was talking to Strange. Dormammu made his conveniently well introduced entrance into the story and transported Strange and his associates to New York to show them the destruction the Faltine were wreaking. Hothran simply wasn't transported along with them and after they were gone, he fled somewhere else other than his office in his home realm. The two are indeed not the same character and shouldn't be linked as such through the other identities feature of the site.