Name: Artist of Nulgath
• He has disheveled black hair.
• He has light green eyes.
• He wears red rags with gold lining.
• He holds a dark brown pencil emblazoned with Nulgath's symbol with a silver point and no eraser.
• 200 Attack x3
• 500 Attack x3
• Defend x2
• Stone Wall x2
• EarthQuake x1
• Mountain Strike x3
• Stone Strike x1
• Surge x2
Controlled Quote: "Let me draw you something."
Enemy Quote: "You may not like this, but I call it art."
Victory Quote: "One more for the Archfiend."
Combat Entrance: Draws a carpet that he walks across.
Charging: Holds up his pencil.
Casting a Spell: Points his pencil at the opponent.
Shielding: Draws a brick wall in front of him.
1-Hit Combo: Draws a rock and kicks it at his opponent.
2-Hit Combo: Draws and throws a boomerang, which hits the opponent once, then again on its return (he doesn't catch it though).
3-Hit Combo: Draws a wolf, which mauls the opponent.
5-Hit Combo: Draws his family to charge the opponent, and he charges with them.
Upon Victory: Draws a crown on himself.
Upon Defeat: Falls over.
I had seen him coming to the same clearing in the woods for several days in a row. He would draw beautiful figures in the dirt and create lifelike sculptures from the trees, but none of it would last because of weather or human interference. It was his creativity and determination that convinced me that he would be a powerful asset in my army. After a week I revealed myself to him and asked, "How would you like to bring life to your creations? To anything you choose?" He said, "I refuse, demon." So I replied, "Very well, but you know where to find me should you change your mind." I tracked him back to his home and I ordered a small group of fiends to kill everyone in the house but him. As I expected, he came to me early the next day, with his hair disheveled and tears streaming down his face. He said, "I accept your offer. Please, just help me get my family back." I told him, "All you have to do is sign this. It's a standard contract; all you have to surrender is your soul and free will for your wish to be granted." He signed it without hesitation, and I granted him the power to create living drawings. He quickly drew his family members and told them he loved them, but he received no response. He remained there for minutes, crying, so I had no choice but to absorb his soul to make him stop, as per our deal. "Enough", I said, "Now, you will find and defeat beings in Oversoul, and bring them and their souls to me." Then he bowed his head and left the forest with only his pencil as a weapon. So beware, Oversouls, when you approach something in my world, for it may just be the living drawing of a talented artist.
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