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  • The Dahak was a experimental impeller-using spacecraft privately built and owned by famed hyperphysicist Dr. Joseph Buckley. After no one was prepared to endorse his conclusions on faster-than-light travel by the use of impeller wedges, Buckley, whose patents had made him a wealthy man, designed and built the Dahak and embarked with a volunteer crew to demonstrate the validity of his work. However, the attempt was unsuccessful, and the Dahak was destroyed with all hands in a spectacular explosion. (HH12)
  • Dahak appears to be based on the evil demon Zahhāk (Azhi Dahaka from Zoroastrianism), and the Judeo-Christian concept of Satan. Dahak may also be described as an evil perversion on the idea of the Judeo-Christian God with key characteristics twisted into polar opposites. Dahak is also an evil god in the fictional universe of Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
  • Powerful Ogre Magician in the Rubble * Called the "Judge" due to his remarkable and unsettling erudition. * Rumoured to settle bandit disputes. * Albino and completely hairless. * He occasionally visits New Pavis as an erudite scholar. * He can apparently speak every language in Pavis. * He knows a lot about the Imperial Age Pavis unknown to the Lhankor Mhy scholars or the Pavis Cult * The source of his knowledge is a topic of some gossip. * He is consulted by Nikoslaus of Kendesos * He is feared by Hadani Poli * He occassionaly visits New Pavis to drink and gamble. * He is never encountered in Farmer's Quarter * He despises Storm Bull and his worshippers. * He appears in the Celestial Engine Scenario
  • Los Dahak son una especie de demonios menores. Son conocidos por su baja inteligencia, pero aún así son rudos, fuertes y toscos.
  • The Dahak is a known lesser species of demons. They are known to be unintelligent demons, yet are mean, tough, and defensive.
  • Dahak, the One Evil God, was the impulse of destruction, a powerful, ancient evil being and a recurring character on both Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. Although his true form has only been seen once or twice on-screen, he possessed Iolaus's dead body. He impregnated Gabrielle with Hope, his one daughter and representative on Earth. He was one of the main causes of the Rift and the events that later led to Gabrielle's apparent death.
  • Dragons believe that Dahak was one of the original gods created by Apsu and Tiamat. While the other deities began to create, Dahak chose to destroy. He is credited with transforming Hell into a place of agony and flame. He is also believed to be the creator of the metallic dragons, which he formed solely to hunt as sport. Seeing the destruction and chaos wrought, Apsu entered the Material Plane in order to end Dahak's reign of terror. However, Tiamat saw Dahak as a son and wanted him spared. In a deal to save Dahak, Tiamat healed some of the wounded metallic dragons. These dragons became the original chromatic dragons. The battle between Apsu and Dahak still rages on Golarion.
  • <default>Dahak</default> Japanese romaji Owner Designer Captain Crew Weapon Battles Appears in The flagship of both Raftfleet and the navy of the Loyalist Army during the Falenan Civil War, the Dahak also served as the personal ship of Admiral Raja in her position as head of Raftfleet. The Dahak was build with a gear-run water wheel. A massive vessel, the Dahak formed the centre of the Loyalist navy, being supported by smaller river-going vessels adapted to warfare. The ship was also impressively durable. When rammed by the Kulsasper, the Dahak took little damage, merely being slowed down by the assault.
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low mp
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low hp
  • 9000
  • 12000
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domains
  • Chaos, Destruction, Evil, Scalykind, Trickery
Weapon
  • Bow and Arrows
  • Bite or scourge
Name
  • Dahak
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Titles
  • Sorrowmaker
  • The Endless Destruction
  • The False Wyrm
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Kana
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portfolio
  • Dragons
  • Evil
  • Destruction
  • Treachery
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  • The Dahak was a experimental impeller-using spacecraft privately built and owned by famed hyperphysicist Dr. Joseph Buckley. After no one was prepared to endorse his conclusions on faster-than-light travel by the use of impeller wedges, Buckley, whose patents had made him a wealthy man, designed and built the Dahak and embarked with a volunteer crew to demonstrate the validity of his work. However, the attempt was unsuccessful, and the Dahak was destroyed with all hands in a spectacular explosion. (HH12)
  • Dahak appears to be based on the evil demon Zahhāk (Azhi Dahaka from Zoroastrianism), and the Judeo-Christian concept of Satan. Dahak may also be described as an evil perversion on the idea of the Judeo-Christian God with key characteristics twisted into polar opposites. Dahak is also an evil god in the fictional universe of Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
  • Dragons believe that Dahak was one of the original gods created by Apsu and Tiamat. While the other deities began to create, Dahak chose to destroy. He is credited with transforming Hell into a place of agony and flame. He is also believed to be the creator of the metallic dragons, which he formed solely to hunt as sport. Seeing the destruction and chaos wrought, Apsu entered the Material Plane in order to end Dahak's reign of terror. However, Tiamat saw Dahak as a son and wanted him spared. In a deal to save Dahak, Tiamat healed some of the wounded metallic dragons. These dragons became the original chromatic dragons. The battle between Apsu and Dahak still rages on Golarion. Most dragons view Dahak with hate, but some evil dragons choose to serve him due to his immense power. Interestingly, despite his known destructive nature, Dahak is numbered among the divine creatures which defended all of creation against Rovagug.
  • Dahak, the One Evil God, was the impulse of destruction, a powerful, ancient evil being and a recurring character on both Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. Although his true form has only been seen once or twice on-screen, he possessed Iolaus's dead body. He impregnated Gabrielle with Hope, his one daughter and representative on Earth. He was one of the main causes of the Rift and the events that later led to Gabrielle's apparent death. Whilst in Brittania, Gabrielle grew close to a follower of Dahak, Krafstar. He spoke about Dahak in way that Xena and Gabrielle thought he referred the one God of the Israelites. Gabrielle soons discover that this Deity and his followers are part of a sinister and dark cult, devoted to unleashing evil onto the Earth. Gabrielle is tricked into killing a member of the cult and then impregnated with Hope, the bringer of Evil. Dahak then attempts to release his army of evil onto the Earth, through Hope and Ares. He is then slowed down by Xena, who manages to kill the Destroyer, his grand-child, who kills Hope with it. Dahak may be the most powerful and dangerous of all the antagonists of both series.
  • <default>Dahak</default> Japanese romaji Owner Designer Captain Crew Weapon Battles Appears in The flagship of both Raftfleet and the navy of the Loyalist Army during the Falenan Civil War, the Dahak also served as the personal ship of Admiral Raja in her position as head of Raftfleet. The Dahak was build with a gear-run water wheel. A massive vessel, the Dahak formed the centre of the Loyalist navy, being supported by smaller river-going vessels adapted to warfare. The ship was also impressively durable. When rammed by the Kulsasper, the Dahak took little damage, merely being slowed down by the assault. Normally the Dahak is linked to the rest of Raftfleet via wooden platforms and so, following the war, the Dahak once again became the centre of Raftfleet's administration.
  • Powerful Ogre Magician in the Rubble * Called the "Judge" due to his remarkable and unsettling erudition. * Rumoured to settle bandit disputes. * Albino and completely hairless. * He occasionally visits New Pavis as an erudite scholar. * He can apparently speak every language in Pavis. * He knows a lot about the Imperial Age Pavis unknown to the Lhankor Mhy scholars or the Pavis Cult * The source of his knowledge is a topic of some gossip. * He is consulted by Nikoslaus of Kendesos * He is feared by Hadani Poli * He occassionaly visits New Pavis to drink and gamble. * He is never encountered in Farmer's Quarter * He despises Storm Bull and his worshippers. * He appears in the Celestial Engine Scenario
  • Los Dahak son una especie de demonios menores. Son conocidos por su baja inteligencia, pero aún así son rudos, fuertes y toscos.
  • Dahak, the One Evil God, was the impulse of destruction, a powerful, ancient evil being and a recurring character on both Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. Although his true form has only been seen once or twice on-screen, he possessed Iolaus's dead body. He impregnated Gabrielle with Hope, his one daughter and representative on Earth. He was one of the main causes of the Rift and the events that later led to Gabrielle's apparent death. Whilst in Brittania, Gabrielle grew close to a follower of Dahak, Krafstar. He spoke about Dahak in way that Xena and Gabrielle thought he referred the one God of the Israelites. Gabrielle soons discover that this god and his followers are part of a sinister and dark cult, devoted to unleashing evil onto the Earth. Gabrielle is tricked into killing a member of the cult and then impregnated with Hope, the bringer of Evil. Dahak then attempts to release his army of evil onto the Earth, through Hope and Ares. He is then slowed down by Xena, who manages to kill the Destroyer, his grand-child, who kills Hope with it. Dahak may be the most powerful and dangerous of all the antagonists of both series.
  • The Dahak is a known lesser species of demons. They are known to be unintelligent demons, yet are mean, tough, and defensive.
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