Element Lord of Water

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"The waters reshaped themselves into a semblance of a face, easily as tall as one of the Agori. Its hollow voice came at them from every side."
— Narrator, Riddle of the Great Beings

Element Lord of Water
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The Element Lord of Water is the former Water Tribe leader and one of the six Element Lords.


Merely a warrior of Spherus Magna, the Element Lord of Water was approached by the Great Beings to take part in an experiment. The Water Lord became one with Water, and became the ruler of the Water Tribe that resided in the Great Sea.

The six rulers held conference after they learned of the discovery of Energized Protodermis. The Ice Lord claimed the liquid as his and blockaded it to start the Core War. After an Ice Tribe force led by Certavus was ambushed by Sand Tribe warriors left a power gap, the Water Lord ordered Tarix to lead a Water Tribe army to take advantage of the gap in power. When the Shattering occurred, the Lord of Water was trapped on Bara Magna.

The Element Lord of Water made his way to the River Dormus when he noticed Crotesius, Tarduk, and Kirbold walking on its banks. Pulling them underwater in air bubbles, the Water Lord projected his consciousness into the river to speak to the Agori. Knowing of their dealings with the Element Lord of Jungle, he asked the Agori the way into the Valley of the Maze. Tarduk told the Element Lord of Water to follow them as they show him the way, and the Lord of Water started to agree. Suddenly, the Ice Lord made the river freeze, and the Element Lord of Water's mind was forced to flee the river or perish.

Abilities and Traits

The Element Lord of Water possesses the power of Water, and is intertwined with the element itself. He is desperate to get into the Valley of the Maze, and believes in total domination of foes.