Unlike Earth, where beings are biological, life on Akiridion-5 are energy-based.
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Akiridions are an alien race of inorganic energy-based beings native from the planet Akiridion-5.

Civilization

Akiridion society is mainly characterized by their numerous technological, having developed hoverboards, holographic interfaces, and advanced weaponry concealed in a compact serrator. This, combined with their advancements in science and mathematics, lead to an advanced, technology-based society, with advancements that make Earth's own technology seem primitive in comparison. As mentioned by Krel, Akiridions gather knowledge through thermogenic cosmesis, a process which allows them to learn at a rate much faster than the average human.

They live in a monarchy, ruled by royal family houses. For hundreds of keltons (years), Akiridion-5 stood divided between two houses: House Akraohm, Queen Coranda's ancestors, and House Ventis, King Fialkov's ancestors. Both houses were combined, with Coranda and Fialkov's marriage, into House Tarron, who rules in peace until the coup of General Morando.

Physical Description

All Akiridions are distinguished by their electric-blue hue, being the color of their skin, hair, and eyes. They are humanoid, energy based life-forms, with corporeal bodies originating from their life cores, which house their very souls. They also wear jumpsuits with different shades of blue, with electric blue trimmings.

A common Akiridion only has two arms, two eyes (with the exception of Varvatos Vex, General Morando, and Loth Saborian, who have four eyes), three or four fingers, and their life cores are more rectangular with three linings. A royal Akiridion has four arms, five fingers, and their life cores have a more unique style than a commoner Akiridion's.

Powers & Abilities

Akiridions are stronger, faster, more durable, agile, and intelligent, and have better reflexes than an average human. Also, being inorganic life forms, they have little need of food or drink for sustenance, and it is assumed that they have a level of hypermetabolism, as shown when Aja ate an entire Diablo Maximus burrito with no digestive problems. They also have vacuum adaption, as they don't require oxygen to survive. In addition, they have a much longer lifespan than the average human, much like Trolls.

An Akiridion also will not die as long as its life core is not destroyed, but if its physical body is destroyed, its reconstruction would take an indeterminate amount of time.

Weaknesses

In addition for being energy-based beings, despite their enhanced durability, Akiridions can lose their physical bodies if they suffer too much damage. However, they don't truly die as long as their life cores remain intact. If the core is active blue, they can be placed in stasis and the Akiridion's body can regenerate for an undetermined amount of time (unless crushed into bits). But if the cores are dead gray, then stasis is not possible and the Akiridion is completely dead.

Akiridion Races

Known Akiridions

Language

Appearances

Appearances in the Trilogy

Trollhunters

Part Three

3Below

Wizards

Part One

Trivia

  • In the episode "Truth Be Told", Aja confirms that Akiridions cannot fly on their own, especially on Earth.
  • Most Akiridions speak with different variety of accents. A few examples:
    • Aja and Coranda speak with some kind of Russian accent.
    • Krel and Fialkov speak with a Hispanic accent.
    • Varvatos speaks with some kind of Southern accent.
    • Zadra and Izita speak with some kind of English accent.
    • Morando speaks with some kind of unique accent that's hard to tell.
      • Morando's voice actor, Alon Abutbul, has a hybrid accent, due to being an Israeli with French-Algerian and Egyptian ancestry.
  • Akiridions don't require oxygen to breathe.
  • As revealed in "The Big Sleep", Akiridions live much longer than humans, they can live for centuries like Trolls.
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