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Long before The Great War, Ardonia used to be ruled directly by the Enderknights. Eventually however, the people rebelled, and King Rendor of the Enderknights split the world into six kingdoms (as well as the Ardoni territories). Just before The Great War, they were overwhelmed by the invading Nether army, and called upon the Ardoni to wield the Prime Songs, directly leading to the events in the present day. All of the characters who's affiliation are definitely said to be of one of the six kingdoms, or whose species originate from said kingdoms, are listed under their respective kingdoms.
ConchordOne of the largest kingdoms in Ardonia, Conchord is the nearest kingdom to the Ardoni territories, primarily inhabited by humans, and located mainly in a forested biome. Its capital is Oakendale, and its national colours are Green, Brown and White. One of its other cities, Etherea, houses one of the few remaining Dragon Stones in all of Ardonia.
Voiced by: Elissa "Yuriastellise" Woo
Abbigail is one of the three main protagonists (alongside Senn and Lucan) of Songs of War. A farmer from Underwood, like her parents, Abbigail was raised by Mr Finch after her parents were killed. She is however, resentful of her life as a farmer, and wishes to go out and become something different, something she finds after discovering the Dragon Stone from Etherea.
- Affectionate Nickname: Darlene often calls her "Abbi" for short.
- Annoying Arrows: The arrow that she shoots into Grim in Episode 5 does little to slow him down (Then again, he is wearing armour). This is less so in Episode 7, where she succeeds in knocking him down off of a cliff with one arrow.
- Audience Surrogate: Due to being in a remote and isolated area, she does not know much about the world and history of Ardonia. So, whenever a character has to explain something to her, the audience learns something as well.
- Attack on the Heart: She kills Jalkar with an arrow to the heart.
- Berserk Button: Do not hurt her dog Sam. Jalkar pressed it - Abbigail shot and killed him less than a minute later.
- Bow and Sword, in Accord: After deciding to hunt down Jalkar and Grim, she takes both her hunting bow and her stone sword with her.
- Break the Cutie: The death of Sam hit her hard, and drove her to kill Jalkar in retaliation.
- Call to Adventure: Something that she is desperately seeking on her life at the farm, which is answered by the Dragon Stone.
- Catapult Nightmare: After having a crazy looking Vision Quest in Episode 4, she wakes up this way. Said dream involved the Enderknights' castle and an invading Nether force, which may be important later on.
- Determinator: Once she set her sights on retrieving the Dragon Egg, she stops at nothing to get it. She relentlessly hunts down Jalkar and Grim, as shown in Episode 5 and 7, where she fires arrows at Jalkar and Grim in order to slow them down, and when she shoots Grim down while he's climbing a cliff.
- Early-Bird Cameo: She was briefly seen at the end of the second episode, seeing the recently-teleported Dragon Stone with Sam.
- Farm Girl: Something that she finds very dull, and wants to break free from.
- The Hero: She is one of the three main protagonists (alongside Lucan and Senn) of the series, specifically, shes the hero of the Dragon Stone storyline.
- Heroes Love Dogs: She has her pet dog Sam with her at all times. Until he's tragically killed.
- Jumped at the Call: When she saw the opportunity to break free from her life as a farmer, she did just that.
- Nice Girl: She kindly allows Senn and Igneous to look at the map she bought in Episode 8, since they had been shunned by Marshall the Map Merchant. In return, they give her the general direction where Jalkar went. She also spares Lucidius, and later Grim, knowing that the former was of no threat to her, and the latter was more concerned with the Dragon Egg and Jalkar than actually killing her.
- No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Her attempts to get the Dragon Egg and return it to Etherea ends with the death of her dog Sam, and Abbigail having killed a man in Revenge for Sam's death, showing her how hard it really is to suddenly change lifestyles.
- Reality Ensues: Changing lifestyles, in Abbigail's case from farmer to manhunter, results in some rather grave consequences for her and her dog Sam.
- Multishot: At one point in Episode 5, she fires two arrows at Grim from her bow.
- Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Rather than giving the egg back to the Etherea guard, it was implied that she wanted to keep it (at first anyway). She relentlessly hunts down Jalkar and Grim instead of alerting Etherea after they stole the egg because it would've taken too long for Etherea to react, and she and Sam could track them down while their trail was still fresh.
- Secretly Selfish: It's heavily implied that she wanted some sort of adventure, to be more than a farmer, and to have the Dragon Stone. To do this, she decided to relentlessly hunt down Jalkar and Grim. The events of Episode 9 really put this into her perspective.
- Strong as They Need to Be: Maybe. Abbigail has been a farmer her whole life, and she had no known combat experience. Despite this, she is able to defeat Grim, a feared "Reaper" who is able to take on multiple powerful trained Voltaris and armoured guards at a time (He was weakened at the time and made a mistake, however, which cost him the fight). She is also able to dodge Grim and Jalkar's attacks relatively well, land hits, and even disarm Jalkar (Who also did what Grim did) in a 1 on 1 melee combat. After Jalkar attacked Abbigail and Sam pulled Jalkar off the cliff to save her and died from the fall, Abbigail managed to kill Jalkar with her bow. (This is justifiable however, as Jalkar was trying to run off with the Dragon Egg, leaving himself exposed to Abbigail's arrows, and after being shot twice, he didn't have the strength to stand, let alone fight. It is also possible that Abbigail has trained her archery skills in secret, given her accuracy is at such a high level.)
- Thou Shall Not Kill: She shows a hint of this by reassuring Lucidius in Episode 6 that she has no intention of killing anyone, despite Lucidius asking for a Mercy Kill. This is further proven in Episode 7, where despite the fact Grim has just fought her, she spares him when she has him at her mercy. Averted when she mercilessly kills Jalkar as an act of revenge after Sam dies from dragging Jalkar off a cliff to save Abbigail and dying from the fall.
- Tranquil Fury: She simply gives an enraged expression, before firing several arrows at Jalkar to enact Revenge for Sam.
- Was It Really Worth It?: She ponders this after retrieving the Dragon Egg from Jalkar after killing him, wondering whether it was worth leaving the relative safety of Underwood and losing her only friend, Sam.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has dark purple hair.
Abbigail's faithful dog, who helps her out with gathering food and harvesting crops at their farm in Underwood. As with any other dog, he barks at just about anyone or anything he thinks is strange or dangerous.
- Action Pet: He's more than willing to get in to help Abbigail in Episode 5.
- Big Friendly Dog: To most humans and animals.
- Canine Companion: To Abbigail.
- Died in Your Arms Tonight: He passes away in Abbigail's arms, after saving her by dragging Jalkar off a cliff and dying from the fall.Sam? Come on boy, don't leave me... don't leave Sam... please...No...
- Dogfaces: He has some very expressive eyes for a dog, which are animated much more smoothly than with many examples of this trope.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Like Abbigail, he appeared briefly at the end of Episode 2, barking at the recently-teleported Dragon Stone.
- Evil-Detecting Dog: He has a tendency to detect suspicious things whenever they happen, such as what Mr Finch was going to do with the Dragon Stone, as well as the presence of Jalkar and Grim in the night. He proves this again when he spots Lucidius in Episode 6, growling in his direction.
- Heroic Dog: He's very proactive in trying to help Abbigail during her fights, particularly towards Grim.
- Heroic Sacrifice: His last act was a desperate attempt to save Abbigail.
- Morality Pet: He is this to Abbigail. She's devastated after he dies.
- Stock Animal Diet: He's seen eating cooked meat, and later a bone in Episode 3.
- They Have the Scent!: He's picked up on the scent of Jalkar and Grim while they were fresh, which becomes the mode of tracking them throughout his and Abbigail's adventure.
Voiced by: Jesseii
Abbigail's elderly neighbour, Mr Finch has been looking out for her ever since she was orphaned some years ago. He is a strict grandfather-like figure to her and keeps trying to get her to stay on her farm in Underwood so as to keep her safe from the (admittedly dangerous) world outside of their farms.
- Animals Hate Him: Sam doesn't seem too fond of him.
- Catchphrase: Always along the lines of "We're farmers" towards Abbigail.
- Greed: He intended to sell the Dragon Stone for an awful lot of money, more than what Etherea would pay him. This directly resulted in Jalkar and Grim arriving at his house at night in order to take it back.
- I Don't Think That's Such a Good Idea: While he doesn't necessarily say it, his conversations with Abbigail hint that this is his attitude to leaving the farm.
- Knight Templar Parent: Downplayed. He deliberately brings down Abbigail's hopes so as make sure she doesn't hurt herself going away from the farm. This is especially so after her parents were killed.
- Nerves of Steel: After having his house broken into by Jalkar and Grim, he simply walks behind them and straight up tells them that he's going to report them to Etherea. Keep in mind, these guys are armed and strong. This may however, cross over into Too Dumb to Live territory.
- Parental Substitute: He's been this to Abbigail since her parents were killed years ago.
- Pet the Dog: He does his best to look after Abbigail after she was punched unconscious by Jalkar in Episode 4.
- Screw Politeness, I'm a Senior!: He's incredibly rude when it comes to the subject of Abbigail's parents in Episode 3.Everything was fine until you came in here and messed with it. Ya know, It was through reckless actions like this that your parents got themselves killed.
- The Extremist Was Right: His rather brash attitude in keeping Abbigail on the farm is shown to be justified in Episode 9, where Abbigail faces the horrors of Ardonia when Sam is killed, and she in turn kills Jalkar.
Voiced by: Olivia Steele
A farmer living at the edge of Underwood, Darlene is a friend of Abbigail, who occasionally comes to visit. She owns two horses that Jalkar and Grim tried to use in order to escape in Episode 5, and later explains to Abbigail the importance of the Dragon Stone.
- Farm Girl: Just like Abbigail, though she's more content with her lifestyle.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's a Nice Girl who does nobody any harm and helps out Abbigail before she sets off on her hunt again.
- Innocent Blue Eyes
- Mr. Exposition: She explains to Abbigail the reason as to why the Dragon Stone is so sought after.
- Non-Action Guy: She doesn't do anything when Jalkar and Grim were about to steal her horses, though she was a little late and did call her horses back before they could be stolen.
- Only Friend: It's implied that she is this to Abbigail, being one of the fewer people she meets other than Mr Finch.
- White Stallion: Her horse Cloud.
CydoniaPossibly the smallest of the kingdoms in Ardonia, encompassing much of the south of the supercontinent, Cydonia is primarily inhabited by humans, and primarily located in a desert biome. Its capital city is Meridian, and its national colours are White, Orange, and Dark Grey. It has recently gone to war with its neighbouring kingdom K'arthen, and the two share the honour of having the largest armies in Ardonia.
Aren the Fletcher
A contact of Galleous Sendaris who lives in Meridian, he will help Igneous to settle the conflict between Cydonia and K'arthen in Season 2.
FeldenA Kingdom in the West of Ardonia, Felden is the birth place of the Felina species, where they coexist alongside humans. It's primarily located in a jungle biome, its capital city is Felora, and its national colours are a mix of Greens and Black. They are currently under threat from an onslaught of attacks by the undead and Necromancers.
Voiced by: Stephen J. Pena
Lucan is one of the three main protagonists (alongside Abbigail and Senn) of Songs of War. A low-level thief from Riverstead, and someone whose minor crimes have forced him in and out of prison for most his adult life, Lucan's good behaviour got him an accelerated release... In the form of mining duty, a very dangerous job. It's there however, that he gets wrapped up in a Necromancer attack, and is then tasked with investigating and reporting them, instead of mining duty. It's on this investigation that he comes across an independent Felina, Niika, who reluctantly teams up with him.
- Ambiguous Criminal History: We don't know exactly what he did, but it probably has something to do with petty crime and thievery.
- Anti-Hero: Lucan repeatedly states that he's not a hero, and is only hunting down Necromancers and doing all this in order to get by in life, and has no real heroic motivations.
- Big "WHAT?!": His reaction when he's told that he'll be going with Kiyoshi to attack the Necrobase under Mount Tempus. Sadly for him, he has to obey those orders since they are official directives from Felden, as explained by Kiyoshi.
- Birds of a Feather: With Niika. Neither of them never knew what they wanted to be as people, and ended up chasing down Necromancers in order to get by in life. Neither of them know what to do afterwards either.
- Character Development: He seems to be getting slightly more heroic as the series progresses, hesitating to eat an apple he stole from Niika and offering her a temporary alliance. By the time Episode 7 rolls around, he isn't afraid to defend himself and save her, showing how much he's grown in such a short amount of time (in-universe).
- Deadpan Snarker: He can be this at times.If you wanted to kill me, we could've just gone with an execution!
- Didn't Want an Adventure: He explains that he doesn't have what it takes to be a warrior or a hero, and that he just got lucky. This doesn't stop the officials at Felora from forcing him into the job of investigating the Necromancers anyway.
- Dressing as the Enemy: In Episode 5, he dresses himself in the robes of one of the Necromancers in order to find where their hideout is and to infiltrate it. This disguise works until Episode 7, where Xaria tells him to burn down Niika's treefort, and he's unmasked as a spy.
- Foil: To Jalkar. Both are thieves with a history of crime who prefer to work alone, but are forced to partner up with someone else in their respective storylines. However, Lucan did petty crime and minor theft, while Jalkar staged much bigger heists, like the Dragon Egg in Etherea. Lucan is also a much more heroic character than Jalkar, and he became a better person while Jalkar became worse.
- The Hero: He is one of the three main protagonists (alongside Abbigail and Senn) of the series, specifically, hes the hero of the Necromancer storyline.
- Heroic BSoD: He's incredibly shocked after seeing the destruction caused by the Necromancers during the start of their invasion in Episode 10.
- Hidden Depths: He admits to Niika that he can't see himself getting a normal job, saying that he still doesn't know what to do with his life.
- In the Hood: The robes that he took off the Necromancer in Episode 5 has a hood, which he had to remove in order to prove to Niika it was him.
- Lovable Rogue: He's a polite Anti-Hero who has been forced into something he's terrified of, and is only trying to get by in life.
- Made of Iron: He was able to survive the attack on the Basalt Mines, from deep within it, with two arrows in his back, and be able to walk back to Riverstead before collapsing.
- Non-Action Guy: He's not by any means a fighter, and was barely able to survive the Necromancer attack on the Basalt Mines. As he points out he just got lucky.
- Now What?: He's unsure as to what to do after the missions with the Necromancers. Given his previous actions and dialogue, he'll most likely go back to doing petty crime just to get by (as of Season 1).
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: He, a Non-Action Guy, managed to fight his way out of the Basalt Mines, being the only one to do so. He's far from unscathed however.
- Oh, Crap!: He has this reaction when he finds out that the Felden army was too late to attack the Necromancers in Episode 10.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: While his disguise as a Necromancer is convincing, he doesn't actually talk to the other Necromancers when he infiltrates their base in Episode 6, using grunts and moans to answer questions, sounding a lot like Villagers do in regular Minecraft.
- Prisoner's Work: He was assigned to mining duty in the Basalt Mines, which did get him a lighter sentence, but is gruelling and dangerous work, as seen in Episode 3. After Episode 3, he's sent to investigate the Necromancers.
- Sole Survivor: Lucan is the only survivor of the attack on the Basalt Mines.
- Sticky Fingers: He's a particularly skilled thief, and has a habit of swiping certain things from people (mostly food). It's implied that this is what got him imprisoned in the first place.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Whatever history he has with Kiyoshi has resulted in him being less than pleased with their reunion in Episode 8. However, under official orders, he has to work with him.
- Tragic Keepsake: He keeps the Wither Skeleton Skull from the Necromancer attack on the Basalt Mines to remind him of what he's supposed to do.
- You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me!: He says this when he comes across Eddy in Episode 3, unconscious.
Voiced by: Finn M-K
Marcus is the warden at the Riverstead Prison, overseeing Lucan's imprisonment and subsequent assignment to the Basalt Mines.
- Comically Serious: He's very serious when it comes to the subject of Lucan's assignment, as well as his cake.
- Mr. Exposition: He briefs Lucan on the situation of Ardonia's resources in Episode 2.
- Nothing Personal: After telling Lucan that Mining Duty is mandatory for him, his tone of voice shows this trope in its fullest.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: He calmly tells Lucan that mining duty is an assignment, and that he will be protected by a guard during his assignment.
- Trademark Favourite Food: He's very protective of his cake, and is rather irritated after Lucan steals most of it in Episode 2.
- Wardens Are Evil: Averted, he's a Reasonable Authority Figure who's reassuring to his prisoner Lucan.
Voiced by: Edward James
Coming from a family of guards at the Basalt Mines, Eddy is tasked with protecting Lucan with his mining duty in Episode 3. While he is a competent guard (despite his heavy drinking), he was no match for the horde of undead when they showed up with weapons and armour.
- The Alcoholic: He's a heavy drinker, and his first appearance is of him passed out with lots of empty drinks bottles in the room that he's in. He spends his walk to the mines drunkenly telling stories about his life to Lucan.I made some beverages, but I *hic* drank most of them.
- Curb Stomp Cushion: He manages to behead a zombie before ultimately falling to his death in the mines.
- Death Cry Echo: As he's plummeting to his death thanks to the zombies.
- The Ditz: He's seen missing his shoe and his sleeve is pulled up in order to show the fact that he drinks a lot.
- Family Business: Both his father and brother were guards at the Basalt Mines, though we don't know much about them after that.
- Famous Last Words: "Go raise the alarm."
- Ink-Suit Actor: He resembles his voice actor in many ways.
- Motor Mouth: He will not shut up during the journey to the Basalt Mines until Lucan tells him to be quiet.
- Non Sequitur: "Potato?"
- Noodle Incident: During his and Lucan's walk down to the mines, he has this to recall:And I'm telling him, no, you shouldn't eat spider eyes, they're poison in one bite. But he eats it anyway.
- Plucky Comic Relief: He serves as the source of most of Episode 3's humor, with his light-heartedness being a contrast to Lucan's fear of going into the mines.
- Red Shirt: He doesn't last long in the same episode he's introduced in.
- Sacrificial Lamb: His death is a way to set the tone for how deadly the undead and the Necromancers are.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He dies in the first few minutes of Episode 3.
Voiced by: André Luc Martinez
Alec is a sergeant based in Fort Zuka, and a direct subordinate of Captain Kiyoshi. He was only posted to Fort Zuka fairly recently, having only been in the Felden military for three years as of the present.
- Ambiguously Brown
- Heroic BSoD: He's incredibly disturbed after seeing the destruction caused by the Necromancers during the start of their invasion in Episode 10.
- Motivated by Fear: He admits in Episode 9 that he's nervous about facing the Necromancers at Mount Tempus.These undead area coordinated, armed, and ruled by that dangerous psychopath they call the Necrolord.
- Number Two: He's the direct subordinate to Kiyoshi, and his duties involve taking, relaying and obeying orders from him, something he takes very seriously.
Voiced by: Allison Sells
A lone Felina who's been going after Necromancers for several years, being the only one who properly knew of their existence until Felden officially recognised the threat that they truly were. She mistakes Lucan for a Necromancer on his first night investigating them, attacking him in the process. With some reluctance, she teams up with him to find their hideout.
- Action Girl: The clearest example in the series so far.
- The Aloner: She's been keeping to herself for years in her quest to take down the Necromancers. Her Hidden Depths show that it was because she never really fit into normal society, and tried to find her place in the world.
- Birds of a Feather: With Lucan. Neither of them never knew what they wanted to be as people, and ended up chasing down Necromancers in order to get by in life. Neither of them know what to do afterwards either.
- Brainy Brunette: She's very intelligent when it comes to the task she has in mind.
- Cassandra Truth: She's been hunting Necromancers for years, even when the leadership of Felden refused to recognise them.
- Character Development: When Lucan first meets her in Episode 4, she's (mildly) condescending and incredibly reluctant to form a partnership, by the time Episode 7 comes to an end, she and Lucan are not willing to part ways, showing how he's grown on her.
- Determinator: She will stop at nothing to take down the Necromancers, even punching one out when he refused to talk.
- Dual Wielding: She wields two katanas as weapons, one slightly shorter than the other.
- Heroic BSoD:
- She's heartbroken when she sees her treefort, and all of the information that she gathered on the Necromancers over the years, has gone up in flames. However, the fact that she and Lucan have a good deal of information on the Necromancers cheers her up quite a lot.
- She's among the first to see the invasion of Felden by the Necromancers, and how they burned down Riverstead in Ep.10.
- Hero of Another Story: She's been doing whatever she can to stop the Necromancers and their plans, though with limited success.
- Hidden Depths: She admits that she never really fit into normal society, and she ended up chasing down Necromancers in order to try and do something with her life.
- I Work Alone: She insists when it comes to the Necromancers. After some convincing from Lucan though, she agrees to work as a team.
- In a Single Bound: Being a Felina, her abilities are far greater than those of regular humans, with better leaping abilities being one of those examples, as seen in Episode 4 and 5.
- Now What?: She admits that she has no idea what she's going to do after completing the mission with the Necromancers, having been tracking them for years and not really wanting it to end.
- Oh, Crap!: She reacts this way upon seeing the Necrolord summoning legions of undead from the tunnels beneath Felden, initiating the invasion.
- Promoted Fangirl: She says that she's always wanted to see the inside of Fort Zuka in Episode 8. Unlike most examples however, she's mostly just in awe of the Fort, rather than going gaga for it.
- Spanner in the Works: Turns out she's been this to the Necromancers for a long time, enough for them to put her on the top of their most wanted list, and to be fearful of her.
Voiced by: Garrett
The Captain of the Felden militia based in Fort Zuka, Kiyoshi has worked his way through the ranks of the Felden military, though his interactions with Lucan imply that it may have been an easier workload than most.
- A Father to His Men: He cares deeply for the well-being of his troops, as shown with Alec in Episode 9:Kiyoshi: How long have you been in the military?Alec: Only three years, sir.Kiyoshi: In those three years you've had more training than any of these Necromancer scum. When we find this Necrolord, I'll kill him myself and the rest will falter. If you obey my order and remember your training, we will sail to victory today. *(pats Alec on the shoulder)*
- Bilingual Bonus: His name in Japanese means "sawtooth".
- Blade on a Stick: His primary weapon is a long spear with a large blade attatched to it.
- The Captain: He's the official Captain of Fort Zuka, and the gold patches on his uniform reflect this.
- Deadpan Snarker: He has his moments.We're ready to sail, unless you'd rather swim.
- Dual Wielding: His Establishing Character Moment involves him training with three soldiers (two humans, one felina, each with a wooden sword), with two wooden swords, and using them (as well as his agility) to beat them.
- Moment Killer: He completely ruins the heartwarming discussion that Lucan and Niika were having in Episode 9.Niika: I think...Kiyoshi: Hurry it up Lucan! We're ready to sail...
- My Greatest Failure: The fact that he and his forces failed to reach the Necrobase on time, during which the Necromancers invaded and torched Riverstead, will weigh heavily on him during future episodes.
- Pragmatic Hero: Per the quote above, he's not keen on having a criminal like Lucan under his command, though he has him under his command because of official orders from Felora to do so.
- Recruiting the Criminal: Since his duty is to follow the order from Felora, he temporarily brings Lucan under his command for the attack on the Necromancer base, as shown with his quote above.
- Rugged Scar: Part of his left ear has been cut off a bit, showing that he has been participating in the Felden military for a long time, and has seen a lot of action.
- In the Blood: Both his father and grandfather were captains of the guard in the Felden military, having been raised into becoming the next one for most his life. Lucan hints that it was his father's position that allowed him to get to where he is in the present.Lucan: Well it's good to see Felden is willing to promote anyone with the right father.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: He and Lucan have history together which isn't great, but they have to work together under official orders from Felora.So let's get this mission over quickly, for both of our sakes.
- Tranquil Fury: This is clearly seen in his silent expression at the end of Episode 10 when the Necromancers have begun their invasion of Felden, before his forces could get to them.
HydraphelAnother very large kingdom (its size rivalling that of Conchord), inhabited primarily by humans, and located in a plains biome. Its capital is Hyperia and its national colours are White, Blue, and Dark Grey. It has one of the largest Navies in the whole of Ardonia.
K'arthenThe home of the Magnorite species, K'arthen is a volcanic biome where very few non-Magnorites dare to live, located just above the kingdom of Cydonia. It has few settlements, one of which being its capital, Tartarus, and its national colours are Black, Dark Grey, and Red. Recently, it has gone to war with its southern neighbour Cydonia, after which, it left the Union of the Kingdoms based in Crown Peak. K'arthen has one of the largest armies in Ardonia, rivalling that of Cydonia.
Voiced by: Jackson Trent
An independent Magnorite born outside of K'arthen, Igneous is unique among Magnorites in that he is easy to get along with, despite the prejudice that he faces in places like Hogtown, which is where he meets and befriends a then-lonely Senn.
- Apologetic Attacker: He attempts to apologise to Jalkar after he punches him a great distance, when Jalkar's running off with the Dragon Egg.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Being a Magnorite, he's an incredibly strong humanoid and can be easily angered, something Jalkar learned the hard way in Episode 8.
- Book Worm: He's first seen reading a book, with several other books stacked right beside him. About half of his dialogue that he speaks in Episode 7 involves him trying to catch up on his reading.
- Birds of a Feather: He quickly makes friends with Senn in Episode 7, due to the both of them being regarded as outcasts within their own species, and not having anyone but animals to talk to up until that point.
- But Now I Must Go: During Episode 10, he leaves for Meridian in order to settle the conflict between Cydonia and K'arthen, after a heartfelt goodbye to Senn.
- Friendless Background: He admits to Senn that it's been quite some time since he had any friends. He even says that Senn is the only real friend he's ever had.
- Gentle Giant: He's a Magnorite, a species known to be grumpy and confrontational, yet he's a friendly guy who bears no ill will to anyone.
- Instantly Proven Wrong: His observation of the guardians near the end of Episode 8.Senn: Are they friendly?Igneous: I think so.(The guardian tries to pull Senn into the water)
- Manchild: Discussed at the beginning of Episode 8.I'm 14 so even though I'm still a child by most standards, I'm already about halfway through my life!
- Meaningful Name: Igneous is the name of a type of rock that forms from the cooling and solidification of magma or lava.
- Motor Mouth: He talks a lot in his introduction in Episode 7, and we're talking a lot, his talking is what transitions to the next scene in Episode 7.
- Mr. Exposition: He provides Senn (and by extension the audience) with information regarding the Magnorites and their physiology, such as how they can't swim.
- Nice Guy
- No-Sell: As a Magnorite, he's immune to most things that's capable of harming other species, as proven when a glass bottle smashes on his head and he keeps talking.Senn: (after a glass bottle shatters on Igneous' head) Did you - isn't that bothering you?Igneous: Oh no, I'm, used to it.
- As shown Episode 8 with Jalkar's knife, he is completely immune to most forms of attack and harm from conventional human weapons.
- Super Strength: Comes with being a Magnorite, as shown in Episode 8.
- Tempting Fate: When it came to the guardians in Episode 8.It's going to take more than that to take my friend! Ha!(The guardian resurfaces with along with three more. Cut to Oh, Crap! reactions from Senn and Igneous.)
- Walking the Earth: He's been forced travel his whole life, recently trying to catch up on his reading but being forced away each time due to local prejudice, and being a Magnorite born outside of K'arthen.
- White Sheep: He's quite possibly the only Magnorite in Ardonia (that we know of) who displays kinder tendencies.