We'll take Kiru City and the UnderWorld will rule all of Perim!Chaor
Chaor is an UnderWorld Conqueror and the Warrior ruler of the UnderWorld Tribe.
As shown during the time travelling arch of Secrets of the Lost City, Chaor is descendant of Kiru, founder of Kiru Village, the small settlement that later became Kiru City, and the first leader of the OverWorld Tribe.
Chaor resembles an enormous, well-built humanoid maroon red dragon with thick eyebrows, small cyan-blue eyes that slightly glow when he’s angered, long teeth, slipping out of his jaw, big curved dark blue horns on both sides of his head and exposed bones of different sizes and thickness on his back, shoulders, forehead and arms and along his heavy tail. He wears only a heavily furred loincloth, large golden shoulder pads, a big belt with a cyan-blue round crystal, thick leather boots with iron-reinforced soles and medieval-like spiked plate gauntlets on his arms.
In the Animation, starting with the M’arrillian Invasion, Chaor’s overall shape becomes better outlined. More bones have been added to his chin, reinforcing the stiffness of his face instead of having his chin and face mixed together in a single badly elaborated shape. His muscles are now more prominent, his old belt was replaced with a simpler copper-like one, the big golden shoulder pads removed and the spikes on his gauntlets are his own bones.
During the apex of the season, Chaor makes use of an unrevealed Mugic that drastically changes his appearance as well as his abilities, becoming Chaor, The Fierce.
Personality & Behaviour
Fearsome, brutal, intimidating and, if the situation favours his ego, cruelly sarcastic, Chaor could be better described as a military dictator reigning the UnderWorld with iron fists and a volatile temper that makes him explode at the slightest sign of opposition. Stubbornly decisive, seize power and impose the supremacy of the UnderWorld is utterly important for him, sometimes even against the wisdom of his Counsellors, Takinom and Agitos.
With the endless conspiration for the throne from the treacherous Lord Van Bloot and his servants, Chaor’s sovereignty is always at stakes, but despite his military-driven mind, politicking is not one of his best traits and treason means war.
His loyalty has been always and only to the UnderWorld, but against all the odds, he eventually developed some level of trust with the human Kaz, perhaps to boast himself with Kaz’s fanaticism towards him.
On the other hand, Chaor has always been a fierce enemy of the OverWorld, Maxxor in particular, being always intentioned to take over Kiru City and rule all of Perim. An attitude that begun to change near the end of the M’arrillian Invasion.
Even though Chaor is a powerful and skilful fighter, he’s often in charge of huge crushing armies or elite commandos with the best Battlegear Ulmar always has to offer. The rare occasions Chaor has to fight for himself he’s fully committed to an almost blind thirst for rage and power.
Moreover, Chaor is capable of dispelling an OverWorld ability or Mugic targeting him. An impressive deed but, as usual among UnderWorlders, but with a very prohibitive cost of Mugicians.
Exiled from the UnderWorld, Chaor has lost his homeland and his throne. But his anger still rages and it drives him forward
In the Animation, during the M’arrillian Invasion, after the events of Underworld Overthrown, Chaor and many UnderWorlders disappeared right when the other Tribes agreed with a Tribal Alliance in a response to the M’arrillian’s threat. When Maxxor, alone, was ambushed by a crowd of M’arrillians in the City of M’arr, Chaor shows up, returning from his exile, using the Telebracers he stole during the events of Chaor’s Commandos.
Enraged for seeing the UnderWorld City falling into the hands of Lord Van Bloot after years of conflict, raging for the humiliation in the Marsh of Murk, Chaor powered himself up with an unrevealed Mugic to help Maxxor defeat Aa’une, the M’arrillians’ Ruler. Comes into play The Fierce, an enormous being made of fire, anger and vengeance.
Stat-wise, Chaor, the Fierce might not seem a big deal, but he gave up all of his Mugicians and his powerful, but of hardly single usage ability, to substantially boost all of his Fire Attacks.
Chaor appears, in Perim or in Chaotic, in the following episodes:
- Over-Under Rent Asunder
- Crash Course
- Lord of Treachery
- Battledrome of the Sexes
- Battle Lessons
- The Birth of Borth-Majar
- Fallen Hero
- Maze of Menace
- Chaotic Crisis
- Fire Fighters
- Dual Duel (Part 1)
- Dual Duel (Part 2)
- Going Under
- Big Time
- Fighting Friendly
- A Rare Hazard
- The Floundering Father
- Colosseum Showdown
- Chaor's Commandos (Part 1)
- Chaor's Commandos (Part 2)
- From the Deep (Part 1)
- From the Deep (Part 2)
- Earth to Kaz
- UnderWorld Overthrown
- Last Stand (Part 2)
- Legions of Aa'une
- Kickin' Bot
- Threshold Of Destruction
- Son of the Spiritlands