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  • Phantom (MÄR)
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  • Phantom poses as the leader of the Chess Pieces for a large majority of the series of MÄR, but in reality, is only the strongest of the twelve knights, as there is two ranks above him. Phantom awakens early within the story of MAR, and commands the Chess Pieces to begin wrecking havoc on the now peaceful MAR-Heaven. With a small group of warriors rising up against him, he issues the second War Games, to combat the warriors, and fight them off. During the times before the first round, Phantom poses as young boy named, Tom, to trick Ginta Toramizu, the protaganist of MAR, into thinking he was an ally. After a few rounds in to the War Games, Phantom and Peta, one of Phantom's most loyal colleagues conspire to make Ginta see Tom killed in front of his very eyes, which makes Ginta proclaim his
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  • Phantom poses as the leader of the Chess Pieces for a large majority of the series of MÄR, but in reality, is only the strongest of the twelve knights, as there is two ranks above him. Phantom awakens early within the story of MAR, and commands the Chess Pieces to begin wrecking havoc on the now peaceful MAR-Heaven. With a small group of warriors rising up against him, he issues the second War Games, to combat the warriors, and fight them off. During the times before the first round, Phantom poses as young boy named, Tom, to trick Ginta Toramizu, the protaganist of MAR, into thinking he was an ally. After a few rounds in to the War Games, Phantom and Peta, one of Phantom's most loyal colleagues conspire to make Ginta see Tom killed in front of his very eyes, which makes Ginta proclaim his hate for the Chess Pieces, and Phantom. As time moves on, Phantom, and several other Chess Pieces, attack the magical floating city of Kaldea, and subsequently, he and Ginta 'meet' for the first time. After a brief fight, it is broken up by Dorothy, and the other Team MAR members, causing Phantom to leave. Ginta had learned of Phantom's goals, and now vows to stop him even further. Eventually, the seventh, and last round of the War Games rolls about, and Ginta claims Phantom for his own fight. After Phantom witnesses all of his allies being defeated, he takes Ginta on, and loses, after one of his arms is dismembered, and an enlarged Babbo crushes him. Phantom later returns to Lestava Castle, but is banished. Alviss kills him in the manga version, as Phantom whispers a sad goodbye to MAR-heaven, after being comforted by his lost love Alma. In the anime, Phantom voluntarily kills himself.
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