Queen's Generals

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The Generals of the Queen of Monsters were originally the primary antagonists of the "Ancient Evils" storyline. They consist of various warriors who have allied themselves with the Queen of Monsters with the intent of raising the Chaos Titans and beginning a new era of destruction on Lore. Each general is stationed across the shattered continent of Drakonus.

The generals are said to equal—if not surpass—the Chaos Lords in power.

Queen's Generals

  • The Fire General, Tyndarius
  • The Earth General, Nevanna
  • The Darkness General, TBA
  • The Energy General, TBA
  • The Water General, TBA
  • The Wind General, TBA
  • The Ice General, Karok the Fallen
  • The Light General, TBA

Battle Locations

Trivia

  • Each General is capable of harnessing a different element.
  • Nevanna was the first female general.
  • Karok is the first being to become a general after his initial introduction at the Tower of Winds.

Gallery

The Fire General, Tyndarius

Area

Ring of Fire Islands

Description

Tyndarius is the leader and warlord of the Firestorm Onslaught, and the Fire General of the Queen of Monsters. He is a pyromancer who rose through the ranks after joining the Calderan Guard. Kyron knew he was special the moment he saw him do so, but he couldn't foresee the fact that he attacked his own home in the Firestorm Caldera.

One day, Tyndarius was visited by the Queen of Monsters in his dreams, who offered him a contract that would give him absolute power if he signed it. Not long afterwards, he sent a division of the Firestorm Onslaught soldiers to attack Pyrewatch Peak as a distraction for another division to use to attack Feverfew Falls. The soldiers kidnapped several residents of the Caldera within the temple and carried them off to the Phoenixrise Gates, after which the heroes followed.

After defeating Cinderclaw in the Fyreborn Caverns, the heroes were able to confront Tyndarius himself, unaware that he had already sacrificed a few of the people to free the first of the Chaos Titans, the Fire Titan Phedra. Tyndarius offered to have the heroes trade their freedom for that of the remaining survivors and face the Firestorm Forge, and they agreed. The heroes fought their way through the Firestorm Forge, ultimately earning the right to face him in battle. Tyndarius defeated the heroes, and revealed that the fate of the unworthy is to serve the Risen One for the glory of the Queen.

Later, General Phyrz reported to him that the heroes had escaped, and that the priests of Embersea had begun chanting and communicating with Neso, the Lady of the Waters, to enhance the Aqua Pyrrus potion to help douse his flames. Enraged, Tyndarius assumed a secondary form and vowed to break the necks of the heroes and build a bonfire with their bones. Not long after the Phedra's defeat, the heroes entered their second showdown with the Firestorm Warlord himself, and with the aid of the enhanced Aqua Pyrrus potion given to them by Pyralis, they were able to defeat him. The Queen of Monsters rescued him, and, having learned of what happened at the Ring of Fire Islands, vowed to make their people pay for what they did and the Water Plane boil for the insult they had given her.

Chaos Titan

Phedra

The Earth General, Nevanna

Area

Terra Lacuna

Description

Nevanna is Brightoak Grove's best warrior and, just recently, the Earth General of the Queen of Monsters. In the past, Nevanna was a young peacekeeper who braved the harshest environments to keep the grove safe from the destructive influence of Chaos. One day, she found the Faerie Dragon Rivensylth's egg, whose ancestors crafted the Celestial Horn of Balance, an item that protected the World Tree and Brightoak from poisonous taint. She was fleeing a group of Tainted Earth monsters and dropped off a tree's branch to escape them, which was where Aven Greywhorl caught her with his vines. She implored for Aven to pull her up when suddenly something attacked the vines and cut them, causing her and Rivensylth's egg to fall to the ground. The egg was found and kept safe by the forest goblins while Nevanna, unconscious, was contained by the Queen's servants, who saw corruption within even the purest of people, including her.

Years later, Nevanna, now twisted by the Queen of Monsters, led the attack on the World Tree, and her soldiers stole the Celestial Horn of Balance, causing Ravinos Brightglade's healing powers to start poisoning the people further instead, as well as causing the toxins to start seeping into both the World Tree and the Mana Core. It was this action that led the residents to call the heroes for help. As the heroes began their search for Rivensylth's egg, Nevanna gave commands to her soldiers to hunt for the egg as well. Her commander, Avada, found and contained the egg until the heroes came and defeated her, after which the Faerie Dragon Maevath hatched from the egg to stop the fighting.

Later, when Aven and the heroes went into the Elfhame Guardian's mouth to reclaim the Celestial Horn of Balance, Nevanna attacked and killed Aven to prevent them from recovering the Horn. The heroes called her out for her murder of her own former partner and vowed to make her pay for what she had done. She mocked them believing that their, Aven's, and Ravinos' efforts to save Brightoak and the rest of Lore would be in vain and then used the Horn to summon the Guardian Spirit to attack them before leaving. With Ravinos' healing powers replaced by poison and the loss of Aven's protection through his death, Nevanna's forces would march on to begin a siege bigger than imagined by the residents of Brightoak Grove.

As her forces commenced their final attack on Brightoak, Nevanna used the Celestial Horn of Balance to summon the Earth Titan Gaiazor as a trump card from within the heart of the World Tree. Although the heroes were able to defeat him, they couldn't destroy him without crushing his spirit, and Nevanna rode on him from on top of his head as she demanded for the residents of Brightoak to surrender before it was too late, while having him unleash even more destruction upon Brightoak itself.

With Brightoak severely damaged in Nevanna's onslaught, Nevanna had just finished the preparations to prepare the Queen of Monsters' new stronghold in the grove. Ravinos refused to forgive her betrayal against the grove, but the heroes and the other residents could sense that she wasn't completely lost to the Queen forever. The heroes fought to put Nevanna out of commission as Aven's spirit purged her body of the corruption the Queen put her through. After seeing the consequences of her actions, the now-freed Nevanna rushed to the World Tree's heart and used the horn to soothe the anger of the forest, freeing Gaiazor from the Queen's control and sending the monsters away. Feeling guilty for her own actions, Nevanna decided that she and Gaiazor would leave and resolved to prevent the Queen from harming other lands in order to make up for all of her despicable acts she committed against her own home.

Chaos Titan

Gaiazor

Area

Sierra Umbra

Description

Chaos Titan

TBA


Area

TBA

Description

Chaos Titan

TBA

Area

TBA

Description

Chaos Titan

TBA

Area

TBA

Description

Chaos Titan

TBA


The Ice General, Karok the Fallen

Area

Tower of Winds, Cryostorm Tundra

Description

Karok the Fallen hails from the icy planet Glacera. He is the leader of the Frostspawn Horde and a powerful ice mage who goes by the title of the "Worldbreaker", as well as one of the main villains of AdventureQuest Worlds alongside the Queen of Monsters, her Generals, and the Chaos Titans after Drakath and the 13 Lords of Chaos.

Karok was once a noble hero who fought to protect his world from evil. He sent his wife and his children away for their safety, but they were captured by the enemy. He was promised to have them back in exchange for his army. He agreed to the terms, but unfortunately for him, they had already been killed by the enemy when they were given back to him. Enraged, he laid waste to the enemy, and with that, his army came to fear him as he grew increasingly monstrous, making him into the ruthless tyrant he is today.

During the Queen of Monsters' rampage on Lore, Karok saw an opportunity to begin his own invasion of Lore, out of intent on succeeding where his brother, Kezeroth the World Ender, failed. He manipulated Syrrus and the hero into gathering the seven Elemental Starstones to open the Horologium Gate for him, which allowed the Frostspawn Horde to pour into Lore itself. Karok arranged for Lorentz and the heroes to claim his Scythe of Vengeance that he placed back in his fortress in Glacera so that when they returned, the world would be his. After the Frost General's defeat following their return, Karok murdered Lorentz and destroyed the Horologium Gate to ensure that the Frostspawn Horde would remain on Lore. It soon also became apparent that the Frostspawn were turning the refugees from the mainland into mutant ice monsters. Karok even received service from an ice monster that served the Queen of Monsters. In time, after said monster's defeat, the hero and Syrrus faced him in battle and blasted him away. They were unable to find his body afterwards, but he survived the knockback and was rescued by the Queen herself. The Queen offered for him to come into her service so he could rule the world and she could feed off of its emotions. Karok agreed, albeit with a full intent of betraying her later.

One year later, Karok, now having sprouted wings and become the Queen's Ice General himself, gathered his troops and began the search for the new Champion of Ice without permission from the Queen. He set his sights on Cryostorm Tundra, said to be the birthplace of the Ice Champion, and attacked with his horde. He gave the residents and refugees until Frostval before the time he decided he would crush them himself. After he left, the residents of Cryostorm along with the refugees, the hero, and Syrrus began to fight against the Frostspawn Horde to defend Cryostorm. When several reinforcements, including Laurissa and Thermax, arrived to help in the defense of Cryostorm, Karok decided that the people should experience the full might of his army as he sent more of his minions after them.

As the war between the heroes and the Frostspawn progressed, it soon became apparent to Karok that his footsoldiers were falling too quickly. Realizing his mistake of sending his lowliest monsters to attack them first, he decided to rally more of his troops to ensure that his victory would be at hand. But just when there seemed to be too many Frostspawn for the heroes, Drakath, knowing that the heroes who defeated him shouldn't give up so easily until he crushed them himself, sent several Chaos monsters to help out by plowing through the Frostspawn. Enraged, Karok decided to finish the fight himself. Karok threw a blade created by himself at Thermax, killing him, but just when it seemed that he was proving too much for the heroes on his own, Abel stepped in and attacked him, and then he found himself suddenly weakened. Syrrus told the heroes that they should finish it now, and Karok was ultimately defeated again. Karok was then pulled away and realized that the Queen had repressed his power to provide the heroes with hope (but not out of the goodness of her heart; rather because she wanted to smash that hope later for a more powerful response made by fear and broken hope). He was then teleported away by the Queen.

Glace and Kyanos, who had been watching the events of past years and learned of The Beast Quetzal's death at the hands of Kezeroth, knew that a new Champion of Ice had to be born soon. They decided Abel should inherit the title next. Kyanos and Abel vowed to see that Karok and the Queen of Monsters pay for what they had done.

Chaos Titan

TBA

Area

TBA

Description

Chaos Titan

TBA