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I don't remember inviting you. Get out.
 
— Clubs to Michaelis Winter.


Clubs is the fourth offspring of Hash'bor'kanibal and Kry'toha, referred to in legend as The Unknown Storn. He is a Persophelum, and becomes the Emperor of The Dekn after the fall of The Carver.

Clubs is seemingly killed during the Battle of the Arknza by The Carver, who absorbs his power. However, he later is revealed to be alive in Universe X, where he acts as Franz Faust's mentor. Clubs is the brother of Eris, Barith, Xerex, and Jezzebellus, the half-brother of Raphael, Asmodeus, Uriel, Ambriel, Az'uh'ra'el, Raguel, and Michael Knight, and the uncle of Ellpagg, Seraphina, and Elias Exodus.

Story

Background

Little is known about Clubs' background. He was the fourth child born to The Carver and Kry'toha, and the first pure-bred child of the Dekn. He was the Prince of the Infernous, holding rights to Emperor-ship should his father ever fall. At some point, Clubs joined the Persophelum renegade, becoming the initial supervisor to the creation of .Reality.  

After the fall of The Carver (due to his death during the events of The Knight Shift), Clubs became the owner of the Infernous, as well as Emperor of The Dekn (due to Azazel turning down the title). Despite remaining part of the Persophelums, he no longer wore the title because he thought it was "lame".

Michael's Camera

In the Michael's Camera video "Miasma", Clubs appears and completely ruins Michaelis's day by kicking him out of The Infinitium.

The Battle of the Arknza

As Uriel and Raphael fought the Carver and defended Ambriel, Clubs arrives outside the Paradisium with his own skeletal army, courtesy of reviving the dead data of the armies from .Reality. [TBA]

Appearance & Personality

In his natural form, Clubs appears as a skeletal being in a three-piece suit with a striped tie. While in Ersis (and subject to the rules of the Ythen), he takes on a human form.

Clubs has a deep, commanding voice. He has a no-nonsense demeanor, which always comes through in his interactions with others. Faust describes him as a "harsh" teacher.

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