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WHOA! What is that?! Ehhh... he looks scary.
Toby when he gets a brief glimpse of the figure in "Race to Trollmarket"

This unnamed armored warrior is a mysterious villain who attacked Trollhunter, Jim Lake Jr., and his mentor, Blinky, below Hoboken, New Jersey in the episode "Race to Trollmarket". It appears as a cameo character in Part Two of 3Below and presumably an upcoming antagonist of Wizards.

History

3Below (Part Two)

Attack on New Jersey

It appeared briefly when Toby, alongside Aja and Krel, call both Jim and Blinky in New Jersey, who are fighting the mysterious armor figure as Toby wonders what exactly they're up against.

Wizards (Part One)   

TBA...

Physical Appearance

So far, the figure is described to be wearing white-sliver armor, along with a spiked helmet, wielding a broad sword, and has glowing yellow eyes.

Personality

Powers & Abilities

Powers

  • Strength: The figure appears to be far stronger than an average human, as he was able to repeatedly throw Jim (a troll hybrid whose strength surpasses most trolls) around with incredible ease.

Abilities

  • Swordsman:
  • Combatant:

Weaknesses

Equipment

  • Sword: The figure's sword appears more broader than Jim's, though it's unclear if it's magical or not.

Relationships

Jim Lake Jr.

Blinky Galadrigal

Quotes

TBA...

Episode Appearances

3Below Part 2
"Moving Day"
Absent
"Moonlight Run"
Absent
"Dogfight Days of Summer"
Absent
"Mother's Day"
Absent
"Ill Gotten Gains"
Absent
"There's Something About Gwen (of Gorbon)"
Absent
"Asteroid Rage"
Absent
"Luug's Day Out"
Absent
"The Fall of House Tarron"
Absent
"The Big Sleep"
Absent
"Race to Trollmarket"
Cameo
"A Glorious End, Part One"
Absent
"A Glorious End, Part Two"
Absent

Trivia

  • It's speculated that this mysterious armored figure will be one of the upcoming major antagonists of Wizards.
  • Excluding the white armor, the figure presumably makes an allusion and small resemblance to the Black Knight from the Arthurian Legends.
    • The figure is also potentially speculated to be Sir Yvain, who was a member of the Round Table and the son of Morgana. However, this is still unconfirmed.

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