FANDOM


(top: Removed canon template after discussion)
m
Line 2: Line 2:
 
{{Infobox_Object
 
{{Infobox_Object
 
|image1 = Marked with a Fate Worse Than Death.png
 
|image1 = Marked with a Fate Worse Than Death.png
|type = Curse
+
|type = Cursed Mark
 
|origin = [[Angor Rot]]
 
|origin = [[Angor Rot]]
 
|user(s) = [[Angor Rot]]
 
|user(s) = [[Angor Rot]]
Line 21: Line 21:
   
 
Later in "[[Something Rotten This Way Comes]]", Jim (under the guidance of [[Stricklander]]) cuts [[Eye of Angor Rot|Angor's eye]] so he can use it to ward off his magics. When he places the eye into the [[Amulet of Daylight]], Jim is able to counteract the mark and regain his command over Daylight from Angor.
 
Later in "[[Something Rotten This Way Comes]]", Jim (under the guidance of [[Stricklander]]) cuts [[Eye of Angor Rot|Angor's eye]] so he can use it to ward off his magics. When he places the eye into the [[Amulet of Daylight]], Jim is able to counteract the mark and regain his command over Daylight from Angor.
  +
  +
== Description ==
  +
The Mark of Angor Rot usually appears as a golden yellow facial mark shaped like an ominous monster, which covers only half of the face.
  +
  +
== Abilities ==
  +
The Mark allows Angor Rot to steal the Sword of Daylight from Trollhunters and use it against them, which allows him to easily steal their souls to fill his empty void.
  +
  +
== Limitations ==
  +
As discovered by Jim, the Mark does not extend to his new weapons, like his glaives and shield, and presumably any other upgrades.
  +
  +
Also, the [[Eye of Angor Rot]] (if cut properly) can counteract the Mark's effects, allowing the Trollhunter to permanently reclaim their possession of Daylight.
  +
  +
== Appearances ==
  +
{| class="mw-collapsible mw-collapsed wikitable" width="100%"
  +
! Appearances in the Trilogy
  +
|-
  +
|
  +
=== ''[[Trollhunters|'''Trollhunters''']]'' ===
  +
==== <u>Part One</u> ====
  +
* "[[Blinky's Day Out]]"
  +
* "[[The Shattered King]]"
  +
* "[[Where Is My Mind?]]"
  +
* "[[It's About Time]]"
  +
* "[[Angor Management]]"
  +
* "[[Something Rotten This Way Comes]]"
  +
|}
  +
  +
== Trivia ==
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
<references/>
+
<references />
 
[[Category:Magic]]
 
[[Category:Magic]]

Revision as of 14:59, May 28, 2020

The next time our paths cross, Hunter, Daylight will be mine to command.
Angor Rot to Jim after he marks him[src]

The Sigil of Angor Rot (or the Mark of Angor Rot) is a curse that gives Angor the ability to steal the Sword of Daylight from Trollhunters and use it against them.

Many refer this mark as "a fate worse than death".

History

In "Blinky's Day Out", Angor creates a few golems to distract Claire, Toby, and a humanized Blinky while he lures and captures Jim in a stasis trap. Helpless and unable to move or fight, Angor begins painting his mark on Jim's face while taking most of his powers, as well as his command of Daylight.

Whenever Angor and Jim encounter each other, the troll assassin often pinches his sword and tries to use it against him. Luckily, Jim realizes that the mark doesn't extend to his additional weapons, like his newfound glaives and shield.

Later in "Something Rotten This Way Comes", Jim (under the guidance of Stricklander) cuts Angor's eye so he can use it to ward off his magics. When he places the eye into the Amulet of Daylight, Jim is able to counteract the mark and regain his command over Daylight from Angor.

Description

The Mark of Angor Rot usually appears as a golden yellow facial mark shaped like an ominous monster, which covers only half of the face.

Abilities

The Mark allows Angor Rot to steal the Sword of Daylight from Trollhunters and use it against them, which allows him to easily steal their souls to fill his empty void.

Limitations

As discovered by Jim, the Mark does not extend to his new weapons, like his glaives and shield, and presumably any other upgrades.

Also, the Eye of Angor Rot (if cut properly) can counteract the Mark's effects, allowing the Trollhunter to permanently reclaim their possession of Daylight.

Appearances

Appearances in the Trilogy

Trollhunters

Part One

Trivia

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Trollhunters – "It's About Time"
  2. Trollhunters – "Where Is My Mind?"
  3. Trollhunters – "Blinky's Day Out"
  4. Trollhunters – "Something Rotten This Way Comes"
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.