Lords of Order
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Players can also become Lords of Order themselves by taking training quests from Mirror Drakath in Battleoff. The class could also be purchased from rare shops during the 11th birthday event. For said class itself, see the Lord of Order class.
- The First Lord of Order, Mirror Escherion.
- The Second Lords of Order, Xang and Mirror Xing (The Twins.).
- The Third Lord of Order, Mirror Vath.
- The Fourth Lord of Order, Mirror Kitsune.
- The Fifth Lord of Order, Mirror Wolfwing.
- The Sixth Lord of Order, Mirror Kimberly.
- The Seventh Lord of Order, Mirror Ledgermayne.
- The Eighth Lord of Order, Mirror Tibicenas.
- The Ninth Lord of Order, Mirror Khasaanda.
- The Tenth Lord of Order, Mirror Iadoa.
- The Eleventh Lord of Order, Mirror Lionfang.
- The Twelfth Lord of Order, Mirror Alteon.
- The Original Xang was trapped in the Mirror Realm by Drakath, he took the Mirror version of Xang to the real Lore.
- The Lords of Order are completely loyal to Mirror Drakath, who they help fight against the spreading Chaos.
- Until the Shadows of Chaos storyline, it was unknown if the Mirror Realm version of Maximillian Lionfang would be serving the Lords of Order or not. The same could be said about the Celestial Dragon Egg (being the mirror counterpart to the hero).
- As of the Shadows of Chaos story, it has been confirmed that all Lords of Order do indeed exist. This means that Lionfang would indeed be serving the Lords of Order, and also shows a version of King Alteon as a Lord of Order as well.
- Due to the Mirror Twin Effect, the Order Lords are most likely dead, since Drakath killed their counterpart. The only possible exception is the Celestial Dragon Egg.
- King Alteon the Imbalanced is also alive, but he was confirmed to not be a Lord of Order. He was protected from the Mirror Twin Effect by the Queen of Monsters.
- There is a missing Lord of Order, albeit only one, which happens to be the mirror version of Chaos Lord Krellenos.