Lord Jesavich

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UMBRA Insurgency Symbol.png Lord Jesavich
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Details
Real Name
Jesavich Kerrien
Aliases
The Shadow Lord, Man of Shadows, Umbristic Master, The One of Darkness, Killer of Peace, Spirit of Chaos, Man with No Soul, Threat from the South, Shadow Lord Jesavich, Head of the Umbristic State, The Taker, Anti-Human, Satan (by Gnomes)
Faction
Umbristic State
Race
Human
Gender
Male
Status
Alive
Personal Details
Age
41
Location of Birth
Moscow, Russia
Family
Morafeun Kerrien (father), Allia Kerrien (mother), Tairous Kerrien (brother)
Allies
Kalcatt, Enigma, The Plaguemaster, Jared Farlenefal, King Lamporus
Residence
Hell's Fire, Shadow Ridge
Martial Status
Single
Eye Colour
Red (sclera), Black (iris)
Skin Colour
Ash-Black
Hair Colour
Black
Other Info
First Appearance
Age of Warscape: Origins
Portrayed by
ILMX Prime (voice)


"These words of mine can tear a man apart"

- Jesavich Kerrien

Jesavich Kerrien (pronounced "ǰesuvɪk kurayən (Jeh-su-vick Kuh-ryan)", Russian "Исаевич Кэррадин") is a male Human who serves as the true main antagonist of Age of Warscape. Using the power of the Necronomicon called the Book of Shadows, Jesavich spreads terror and fear throughout the world, with the armies of his faction behind him. He is the founder and current leader of the Umbristic State.

Lord Jesavich will be voiced by ILMX Prime in a Russian accent.

History[edit | edit source]

Jesavich Kerrien was the first born child from the Russian sorcerer Morafeun Kerrien, and was the non-sorcerer born child, as opposed to his younger brother. He had watched as war had begun, both on Earth and Uloff, and began to become a strong atheist and developed his beliefs on society. Unhappy with the current state of society, he desired to help it by fixing what he sees as problems by any necessary means, even force. However, with no physical or political power, Jesavich had no way in trying to "help" society and correct everything he sees as problems (homosexuals, rapists, racists, religion, sexists, transgenders, criminals, and others). In hopes of gaining some kind of power to help society, he moved out of the Soviet Union and to Gaderon on Uloff. He set out to find some kind of power that he could use.

He searched through Fjordinheim, and was almost killed by Jaar, due to him being Human. He went further out from Fjordinheim, and continued his quest. During his quest, he stumbled across a Jaar village. He heard the Jaar's tales of Necromancy and their beliefs in it, and heard that an ultimate source of Necromancy is a Necronomicon called the "Book of Shadows". Jesavich then began to look for the Necronomicon, hoping to gain the ultimate power of Necromancy.

After a month of trekking through Gaderon, Jesavich stumbles across an ancient tomb that the Jaar were told to stay away from, which was on an isolated island close to Strog'ar. Jesavich entered the tomb, and located the Book of Shadows within it. He stole the book, and gained its power. Jesavich was granted limitless, necronomic power, and became one of the darkest being on the face of Uloff. Now, with ultimate power flowing through his veins, Jesavich had began to further identify the causes of his viewed issues, and quickly adopted the forgotten, but taboo, ideology known as Umbrism. He used this ideology as his solution to society's problems, and began to spread it throughout Uloff. With his powerful and influential voice, Jesavich had grown in supporters. Eventually, he formed a large organization known as the Umbristic State, whose mission is to fix the world by eliminating all of society's issues by use of force and torture.

The Umbristic State grew in both physical and political influence, and began to take over most of Strog'ar and some of Moridahn and Gaderon. Allying themselves with the villainous Skornjir the Insane and the Faljaar movement, the Umbristic State grew more and more, and had expanded across all of Strog'ar. The threat of the Umbristic State had gained the attention of The Coalition, and caused them to plan to prevent the State from growing any further. Jesavich had built his sanctuary known as Hell's Fire within the Shadow Ridge, which would act as the State's Base-of-Operations. The Coalition had noticed Jesavich's rapid development, and had begun to siege Strog'ar to prevent him from continuing any further, inacting their plans to stop the State. Jesavich and the Umbristic State battled against the Coalition, but lost due to the numbers and firepower of the Coalition. The Coalition had stationed multiple squadrons to prevent Jesavich from rebuilding his armies and getting out of Strog'ar, and had chased most of the State back to the Shadow Ridge. The Coalition then formed a large blockade on Strog'ar, which was intended to prevent the Umbristic State and the Faljaar from leaving Strog'ar.

Jesavich, in desperation to remove the Coalition blockade, had debated on how to leave Strog'ar. He had sent two spies to Gaderon to find information on how to lure the Coalition away from him. However, his spies had returned with something else: the plans for a Human strategy known as the Arbiters Initiative, which was meant to segregate and depower all threatening races. Jesavich, offended by the blatant racism of this plan, had dispatched two Jaar agents to the Human territories in Gaderon. The agents had poisoned and killed the Human king, King Ron, to stop the Arbiters Initiative from being unleashed. However, the Humans reacted in a way Jesavich did not predict: Ron's son, Earnet, had quickly inacted the Arbiters Initiative in belief that the Jaar leader Warlord Bjorin was responsible. The Jaar took this as an act of war, and had formed the 2nd Legion. The two factions had gone to war, and had begun the The Great War; the peak of the Warscape era. However, this plan did not seem to shake the Coalition that much, and the Umbristic State and Faljaar blockade remained. Jesavich then secluded the State within Hell's Fire, and awaited for a new plan to rid of the Coalition's blockade and resume his plot to fix society.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Jesavich's skin, due to necromantic corruption, is ash-black in colour. His eyes are luminescent red with black iris, and has black warpaint below his eyes. His hair is slightly spiked and pushed back, and is almost the same colour as his skin, making hard to see the difference between his hair and skin. He is also seen to have fanged teeth (which is not a trait found in most humans), and the inside of his mouth has a dull, luminescent red property. He is notably taller than the average Human.

He wears a dark-grey and purple armour set, which has a purple collared cape attached to it. A notable feature on his armour set is the mettalic, claw-like extensions found on his fingers, which act as a secondary weapon. His armor provides high resistance against magic attacks, and prevents him from bleeding. It bears a slightly-similar resemblance to King Earnet's armour set, having a similar design. His armour, however, is unique to his character only.

His armour also allows for him to use magic and necromantic powers and abilities without his armour interfering.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Jesavich, unlike most other villains in Age of Warscape, is very calm and passionate. He never shows signs of anger or frustration, and is typically very passionate in his motives and actions, believing that it is almost impossible to put a stop to him. He has fine impulse control, and always remains chalant in almost all circumstances. However, his personality is notably different compared to his remorseless, cruel actions and his hateful, twisted mind.

His most powerful feature is, not his necromantic power, but his voice. He known to be very convincing, charismatic, and motivating, and can convince even the most loyal people to Umbrism. He is a powerful speaker, and can easily speak his mind to crowds of people. His charismatic public speaking is much like that of Adolf Hitler's, only a lot more believable, achievable, and motivational. Jesavich's way-of-words to help convey his point also contribute to his how influencial and motivational he is, as his word-choice consists of very professional, yet emotional, words that easily convey his point and aspire loyalty amoung different people.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

Lord Jesavich was originally named "The Shadow Lord", which was later changed to his official title within Umbristic State ranks.

Lord Jesavich represents political corruption and hatred, as he uses his voice to spread his ideals amoungst millions, which inflicts hatred against certain groups of people and makes Jesavich a more powerful leader. He uses hatred and corruption to get things to go his way, and uses corruption especially to turn the most innocent people into hate-fueled torturers and make his twisted thoughts seem correct.

Jesavich does not view himself as evil; he just views himself as hated due to him trying to spread the truth and correcting the world's issues. He often declines that his actions are immoral and cruel, and believes that his actions and beliefs are correct.

Lord Jesavich was one of the first characters to be planned and added, falling behind King Earnet, Warlord Bjorin, and Ohm'Brahman.

He was originally intended to be a Jaar, but was changed to a Human to add more immorality to his character.

Jesavich is the only member of the Umbristic State who physically appears in Age of Warscape: Origins and Age of Warscape.

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