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  • Malkariss
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  • Malkariss is a fictional character in the novel Mattimeo by Brian Jacques. Although Slagar the Cruel is widely regarded to be the main antagonist of the novel, he is but a servant of Malkariss.
  • Malkariss was the ultimate ruler of an underground kingdom named after himself. A ruthless tyrant, he enjoyed the suffering of others, and only cared for his own good. He was old and deformed, but lived in a huge limestone statue carved in his likeness, issuing orders to his second-in-command, Nadaz, the leader of a cult-like army of robed rats. Malkariss used slaves to build his kingdom; child slaves kidnapped from their homes. In order to keep his supply of slaves at high numbers (as many of them died from abuse), he hired slavers to continually capture more for him, promising them power and/or land in his kingdom. The most famous of these slavers was Slagar the Cruel, who accepted the job in order to enact his own personal vendettas.
  • Malkariss was an extremely arrogant and deformed white polecat. He founded an underground kingdom beneath the ruins of Loamhedge Abbey in the far south, built by slaves delivered to him by slavers such as Slagar the Cruel. He was represented by a large limestone statue of a polecat which was in a room full of crystals. He used a basket connected by a rope to the statue to transport himself. He spoke only to his head rat Nadaz to relate his orders to others under his rule.
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Origin
  • Unknown
Page
  • Romsca
Weapon
  • Sword of Martin, taken from Matthias
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Character Name
  • Malkariss
Species
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  • yes
Day
  • 24
Color
  • background:#ff8080
Month
  • November
Books
  • Mattimeo
Gender
  • Male
Death
  • Stoned by his slaves
Year
  • 2010
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  • Malkariss was an extremely arrogant and deformed white polecat. He founded an underground kingdom beneath the ruins of Loamhedge Abbey in the far south, built by slaves delivered to him by slavers such as Slagar the Cruel. He was represented by a large limestone statue of a polecat which was in a room full of crystals. He used a basket connected by a rope to the statue to transport himself. He spoke only to his head rat Nadaz to relate his orders to others under his rule. After Matthias fell off the ledge where the statue dwelt during his fight with the Wearet, he discovered Malkariss in his true form: a white polecat, but not at all like the imposing statue. In reality, Malkariss was old, weak, and hideous. Malkariss tried to kill Matthias with his own sword, but a small group of the slaves, whose guards had left them alone when they left to go fight the intruders, threw rocks at him, killing him. The limestone statue was the symbol of the slaves misery, so it was destroyed by Orlando the Axe and Matthias. After it fell off the nearby edge, it caused an earthquake. This earthquake caused Matthias and Orlando the Axe to be shot upward from the ground like a geyser, where they landed in a tree.
  • Malkariss is a fictional character in the novel Mattimeo by Brian Jacques. Although Slagar the Cruel is widely regarded to be the main antagonist of the novel, he is but a servant of Malkariss.
  • Malkariss was the ultimate ruler of an underground kingdom named after himself. A ruthless tyrant, he enjoyed the suffering of others, and only cared for his own good. He was old and deformed, but lived in a huge limestone statue carved in his likeness, issuing orders to his second-in-command, Nadaz, the leader of a cult-like army of robed rats. Malkariss used slaves to build his kingdom; child slaves kidnapped from their homes. In order to keep his supply of slaves at high numbers (as many of them died from abuse), he hired slavers to continually capture more for him, promising them power and/or land in his kingdom. The most famous of these slavers was Slagar the Cruel, who accepted the job in order to enact his own personal vendettas. When Matthias the warrior mouse and his allies attacked Malkariss's kingdom after following Slagar there, the polecat lowered himself down from his statue so that he could escape the ensuing battle. He was, however, seen my Matthias, and attemped to use the warrior's own sword to slay him, but a group of his former slaves attacked him and stoned him to death. His underground kingdom soon collapsed upon itself after the battle, and was obliterated.
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