|“||What's a very old and powerful Arkn, who once had the title of King, going to do now that he's fallen so far down? Well, the good thing is, I didn't fall alone. My people fell with me. So I guess that the only thing to do is to pick you guys back up from where you were left. Scavenge as many surviving Arkn as I can, and reclaim what was once lost, A city of our own.||”|
— Abaddon's message to The Arkn.
Abaddon is the Third Arkn created by the Hethe. He is one of the most renowned Arkn warriors, and the Third King of the Arkn (after the fall of King Uriel). He appears as a supporting character in Season 3 of MedBoy789.
Abaddon was the third of the first four Arkn. He was created by the Hethe Tum'to, The Warmonger, who instilled in him its own love of war and combat. (Abaddon would later adopt antlered stag's head as the symbol of his house in tribute to his creator.) Abaddon initially invoked the War against the Dekn (under Tum'to's encouragement), seeing the Dekn within the First Tree and leading the Arkn to attack them. With his prowess in battle, the Arkn managed to seize control of the Tree. When the Dekn rose up and reclaimed it, Abaddon was given Dragonier, a bladed cane with the head of a beast, to help the Arkn fight back.
Some time after the Tree had fallen under Arkn control, Abaddon, under Raziel's instruction, participated in the ritual that led to the creation of magick. His blood was added to the chalice from which the mystical energy field flowed, stabilizing the Tree and preventing it from dying. Raziel mastered this new energy and used it to create two new realms, in which the Arkn and Dekn could live apart from one another. Gilgamesh stepped forward to become King of the Arkn; Abaddon grew jealous of his position, but respected it nonetheless, and went off to become a prestigious warlord in the Arkn/Dekn wars. The first four Arkn took a vow before the Hethe not to procreate (as their Hethian blood was too powerful to be allowed to proliferate); it was decided that Abaddon alone would be the exception, passing on his legacy to offspring.
Abaddon became the first Arkn to procreate, entering into a union with the Arkn Lord and warrior Hash'bor'kanibal (unaware that this Arkn was actually a powerful Dekn in disguise). Their first offspring was a son, Raphael, whom Abaddon barely interacted with as he aged. Finally taking notice that Raphael was alone, he and Hash'bor'kanbal produced a second son, Asmodeus, solely to keep watch over him. Abaddon firmly believed that Raphael would be among the ArknAngels spoken of in the Hethian prophecy. He began training him for combat at a young age, using very extreme tactics and weapons. He hardly ever took time to train Asmodeus, making it clear that his older brother was more important.
As the brothers grew, Lazarus Del'Phar informed Abaddon that both of his sons showed great potential in fulfilling the Prophecy. Despite this, Abaddon feared that his sons might fall or fail to fulfill their destiny. Thus, he created a third son, Raguel – once again with Hash'bor'kanibal (who wore a different disguise). Under Del'Phar's encouragement, Abaddon sent the infant away shortly after birth so that he could grow up without the pressure of knowing that he may have to carry out the legacy of the Hethe.When Raphael came of age, Abaddon crafted for him a suit of black armor with an emerald chest plate, forged from the souls of fallen Dekn.
King of the Arkn
Following King Uriel's betrayal, Abaddon took his place as the Third King of the Arkn. Unfortunately, Abaddon's heirs were unable to take his place should anything happen to him: Raphael, The Crusader, underwent The Bastard's Decay and was cast out by the Arkn as a traitor; Asmodeus had sided with the Dekn, and Raguel had been killed by the Dekn General Legion. Despite this, Abaddon continued to rule, known as "The Tyrant King, Abaddon", keeping the Arkn in place and the Dekn in line. While chronologically the Third Arkn King, Abaddon, in order to honor Uriel's bloodline, referred to himself as the "Fourth King" (granted that the title for the Third King was meant to Uriel's son, Ellpagg).
The details of Abaddon's death are mostly unclear. It is known that he was killed by the Dekn Emperor (at the time), Clubs, who destroyed most of his armor in the process, save for one bladed finger of his gauntlet. After his death, Abaddon's soul was cast into The Infernous, where it remained until he was later saved by Azrael for unknown reasons. Unable to return in his once physical Arkn form, he went on to possess his guarded human, Tobias Kestler.
Return of the King (MedBoy789)
Abaddon's possession over Tobias takes time, as Tobias begins experiencing recurring blackouts where Abaddon would take over and discovers Abaddon's ornate mask hidden in his bedroom at one point. After taking full possession, Abaddon claims he will use his second chance to round up any remaining Arkn who have survived the May 15th catastrophe and take them to reclaim a city for their own. He instructs all remaining Arkn to contact him. After announcing this, he realizes somehow that his son has been in the same vessel.
Apparently, Abaddon's first efforts are unsuccessful, and some time later he takes possession of Tobias once again to summon his old acquaintance, Drakulah. Abaddon asks Drakulah, who exists within all of humanity, to have all the humans with Guardians Arkn to tell their Guardians that the king has returned, and to get in touch with him so that they can begin reclaiming and rebuilding what was lost. In exchange, Drakulah asks Abaddon to make him his second-in-command, to which he acquiesces.
Abaddon's later activities are a mystery. It is known that some time after Abaddon takes possession of Tobias, the remaining Arkn, under the guidance of the newly fallen Zag'orv, make their way to a new location; with the help of Del'Phar, the Arkn build a new capital, New Elysia, where Del'Phar reigns as their king. It is unknown whether Abaddon has any role in these proceedings, or what his role (if any) is in New Elysia.
Abaddon does not appear in the Battle of the Arknza, and his whereabouts during and after the battle are unknown. If he did not transfer over to the new universe, it is likely that he was eventually consumed by Voidweb, as most organisms in Universe A have been.