Knights of the Keruvim (honorarily)
Coro is a Great Being and and a former member of the Leading Council. He is well known as someone who speaks out against injustice.
Before the War
Coro's history before his joining of the Leading Council is shrouded in mystery. He seems to have had a fairly good life, and was good with words.
Once he joined the Council of the Great Beings, he became the voice of reason. It was generally said that if Coro was supporting something, his power over words would make even the most adamant of contrarians follow him.
At some point, this uncanny talent became Coro's undoing. His opposition to a proposal caused a group of anonymous Great Beings to resent him. They projected this resentment by kidnapping him and subjecting him to a torturous and unspeakable act of alchemy, transforming him into a strange mix of machine and organic. His new grotesque form plagued him. On the outside, he looked like a strange robot. On the inside, he had all the organs of his previous body. A torturous existence. To prevent this from happening again, Coro took a vow of silence.
He broke this vow of silence nearly a week before Uterio assembled the council himself.
Coro was opposed to the war from the beginning, even going against TPK and Luigi. He went into hiding after Angonce gave Uterio full command. He reappeared when Angonce declared that the Great Beings needed to clean up the mess that the presently raging war was causing. Coro knew that the leader's proposal was out of the question, and went against it. However, it was revealed that this all was actually a ruse so that Uterio could discover who his enemies were in the Leading Council, imprisoning them or killing them.
Coro spent a while in jail, but escaped by disabling the robot guard and teleporting away from the prison. He later arrived on Malchior IV, shutting down all the electronics in the Rebel Base, appearing to the Rebel Alliance and giving them information of the war, and disappearing afterwards. He continued wandering the universe, but was near Mordor when news of the war's end was revealed.
Coro was banned from the council by TPK after going against his hostile takeover. At that moment, he declared a personal war against ZFT, and wandered the planet Mordor until he escaped with Orlin, who was later killed by Black Phantom. Coro was able to escape from these assassins, and ended up burying Orlin on an island where Chocoman and others were going inside of a base.
The metal behemoth assisted Chocoman in his adventures, and ended up witnessing the Battle of Omega Supreme. Coro and Chocoman helped take care of the Vrai Diaspora on the ruined planet.
He later decided to walk through a forest, and ran into TPK there. They fought each other for a brief moment, before the latter convinced the former to bring him to the Knights of the Keruvim camp.
During their walk, the two Great Beings turned a corner and were faced with Quolas, a Time Guardian searching for the whereabouts of his masters. He had just finished talking to Axalara, who suggested that he go to Malchior IV to find Klak, and was about to leave through a rip in space but stopped when he spotted Coro and TPK. He left after berating TPK for kicking him out of the Council too. Strangely, Coro was affected by the temporal energy Quolas left behind, and had a vision of the future.
Abilities and Traits
Coro is a technopath, meaning he can control machines and electronics. This power has ranged from ordering machines around, to completely shutting them down, which is why some have referred to him as a 'walking EMP'. Coro also has psionic abilities and invented the Teng'raashi technique, a melee combat system that Klak favors. However, the metal behemoth is not afraid to use any weapon if he has to.
Coro is also known for his tendency to speak his mind and stand for what was right. His speeches are well known throughout several galaxies. Also, he is notoriously stubborn, refusing to give in to anything if it meant violating the principles of good.
- Coro is based on an character Klak created for Magnum Opus, an RPG formerly hosted on BZPower.