== Equipments and Dyes (16 total) ==
Head: Fanged Dread Mask
(Alemoot, Darkness, Glossy Black)
Shoulder: Scourge's Tendrils
(Enameled Legacy, Abyss, Alemoot, Enameled Perseverence)
Chest: Soul of Koda
(Seraphim, Tarnished Steel, Arid)
Gloves: Foefire Wraps
(Abyssal Ridge, Enameled Legacy, Enameled Generation, Deep Teal)
Leggings: Funeary Pants
(Darkness. Enameled Legacy. Tarnished Steel, Enameled Longevity)
Boots: Bounty Hunter Shoes
(Olive Shade, Pyre, Peanut Butter, Enameled Legacy)
Backpiece: Banners of King Palawa Joko I
Weapon: Mordant Crosier
Polysaturating Reverberating Infusion (Gray)
Polyluminescent Undulating Infusion (Black)
=== Lore =======================
A man cursed with life eternal, whose immortality stems from the selfsame scourge that wrought forth the Scarab Plague upon the world, which ended the Primeval Dynasty Era. Believing to be lost in Elonian history and was dormant in the now lost city of Fahranur, he came back from the dead when King Palawa Joko entered the domain and awakened both the asuran inquisitors who had their hidden base in the city and the people who were perished by the ancient plague.
Adopted and raised into the lower caste in Fahranur, the First City, Fizar was a man of beauty. Although he didn't see any gods blessing him at birth, which many claimed to have on their own, he was however blessed with something else when he had reached his adulthood. Gifted with an extraordinary magic that could heal the ailments from his patients, curing them from their conditions (whether by injuries or curses), Fizar believed that his magic was a blessing by the gods, that he weren't forgotten. While many citizens followed him, hailing him as The Savior, the higher nobles of Elona abhorred his method of healing, claiming it as a hoax that influenced their business.
Things were going great so far for Fizar as some followers who are nobles of the lower caste, competed with each other to wed their daughter off to him. Mostly it was for political affairs to establish their connections to the royals and nobles of higher caste, or to treat their conditions away, so they could boast their beauty in Elona society. However Fizar soon concluded that his healing is merely a transfusion, not only transferring their conditions to him, but also claming their boons as his own, further weakening his patients if a new disease would strike upon them.
His body also started to undergo some changes, which started to deteriorate from the affliction he absorbed unto himself, revealing black marks around his body that was once his beauty.
Fizar realized that he couldn't reveal himself to his people and that he had to isolate himself into his estate outside of the city, cloaking his body to be viewed. But upon doing so, his followers started to wane. Fizar only chose to treat those who were heavily inflicted, but that too later also took its end. Since the last patient he tried to treat was somewhat lethally poisoned to which Fizar couldn't absorb completely from, and that patient later died in his hand.
Grief-stricken by the loss he told the relatives of the fallen one, that the patient were too heavily inflicted and couldn't be saved, but soon Fizar felt that his body started to take its toll, that he had to leave, knowing that something terrible would happen to people if he came in contact with them. As he stormed away from his estate into a nearby local field, the affliction he has accumulated so far has started to leak, corrupting the field he crossed over.
As the time passed when the newly crowned twin queens (Queen Nahlah and Queen Dahlah) who enjoyed their luxury got anoint, the manipulating higher nobles took advantage of their new royalty. When Fizar went into hiding for his deformity, the nobles enacted their plan to falsely accuse him as a witch doctor who claimed the lives of the infants, using them as a ritual or medicine to cure those treated ones. Some locals heard rumors about locusts starting to gather in their field, destroying their crops. With the lies that higher nobles manage to spread across the city, the citizens deemed Fizar as a traitor and a monster of the kingdom.
It didn't take long for citizens of Fahranur to be convinced as they stormed through his estate as an angry mob, to have him lynched up. They eventually found him in the shack nearby from the infested field and revelled upon their horror as they saw his face (which was disfigured beyond recognition.) Both the Queens didn't attend as they were kept blinded by the nobles from him. With no one left to defend his innocence and ignoring his plea, the mobs burned him up along with the infested field.
Once the fire started to circle around him, the world around him froze in time as he gazed upon the events of Exodus of the Gods. where Abaddon, a fallen god granted magic freely to the races, causing the races to go on war upon each other. The event ended where Abaddon was felled by the other gods with heavy casualties upon the world, which the gods later left behind.
But as soon as the event ended, the vision didn’t end. Among the frozen crowd, a hooded figure appeared with six eyes revealing in the dark. This hooded figure approached in front of him and reached out his hand upon Fizar's face, transferring something into him which showed images of various events that the past haven't caught up yet. This shook Fizar up, overwhelming his sanity. But before he could utter a word, the last thing he heard before his vision ended, the hooded figure said: “Farewell, my s-”
Once the vision ended, the time went back in motion with the hooded man vanishing away from existence. Upon learning that the gods had abandoned them and knowing that his prayer and blessing were nothing but empty words. When he tried to convince the mobs about the vision he saw, they all mocked and laughed at him. Even those who supported him fell in silence and were taken aback by his speech, questioning his reason. What was left of his sanity, his mind was twisted by spite and bent on revenge, Fizars last words were only curses upon the citizens and nobles before the flames fully engulfed him to his death. What remained of him was a charred body that was later buried unceremoniously.
While his last words were ignored and in his deathbed, the affliction that he accumulated unto his body finally took its toll, twisting him into a demon, thus rendering him immortal. But as he lay dormant in his grave, the affliction he absorbed into his body managed to scourge the land he was buried in. With a malady ingrained in the fields, it inflicted upon those who harvested there with a plague which somewhat started to develop with more dire symptoms and mutating scarabs. The plague spread uncontrollably further into the kingdom, claiming their lives including the Twin Queens and putting an end to the Primeval Kings. Since the blame was shifted upon the Twin Queens, the recordings regarding Fizar were forgotten, only his tale as the healer remained which they put Joko's name on it as their savior, while the romantic novels were used for theatre production regarding Lumo.
Somehow he did return from the dead, as in recent reports that in Necropolis in the Domain of Vabbi, Fizar anointed himself as the 4th High Judge. He hid himself in the crypts behind doors to formulate his plans while recruiting more to his cause after Joko’s demise in The Battle of Gandarra. Whatever his motive is remains unknown for everyone, but many speculate that he’s a shepherd to mankind who will deliver them to a land free from corruption by Elder Dragons and False Gods.