"D-Klak", real name Klak Zemnasu, is the version of Klak from the Dark Mirror Universe. In that universe, he was a Kestora who was chosen by the Great Beings to be one of their Knights. He eventually travelled to the Original Universe, where he stayed until his death.
Originally, D-Klak was a warrior from the Dark Mirror universe chosen to guard the Keruvim from all threats. He used the cover of being a galactic mercenary in order to avoid capture of the artifact from any malevolent forces. Unbeknownst to him at the time, the Great Beings of both the Dark Mirror and Original Universes agreed to have joint supervision of him.
At one point in his career, D-Klak found himself on a mission with Zev Raregroove (OU) 100 years ago, fighting some tyrant on a distant planet. Here, Zev knocked a tower on him, something that was quite the recurring inside joke between the two. However, none of them have ever explained why Zev had traveled to the Dark Mirror Universe.
D-Klak then went to the Dark Mirror version of Mata Nui, and helped resolve the issues after Tuyet's dethroning.
Years later, he reunited with Zev under the service of another warrior, and fought several battles to protect the Keruvim from an evil force known as Mazkertis. The vicious battle with this villain tampered with the time streams of both the main universe and the DM universe, resulting in a punishment from the Great Beings that exacerbated the already Pyrrhic victory. However, this attracted the attention of Angonce, who elevated D-Klak to the status of "Watchman" (meaning he would supervise any worlds across the Multiverse protected by the Great Beings).
Pandorica Opens, Keruvim Shimmers
He joined Zev in a battle against the Yellow Powers and faced Uterio's threats with the former. This also means that D-Klak went with the heroes to the Shattered Mirror Universe, and fought SM Ynot. Later, he arrived at Darkmount, and began to fight the Brotherhood and his alternate self.
Moments later, D-Klak found himself fighting Rahn and the Apprentices and other villains after Uterio betrayed him. After killing Rahn, D-Klak was overpowered by Raziel, remaining in a coma until his girlfriend and another warrior healed him. He proceeded to overpower Raziel and the spammer army, forcing the wraith to retreat.
Shortly after the departure of the Malchiorian Army, D-Klak and Abneris began to walk towards Cobra Commander's building. It is here where they had a brief conversation with User MK and User MY, leading the mercenary to go on a quest to find Nadle and save Treveya and the Norman. They succeeded.
Later, D-Klak reunited with Perseus and the Knights of the Keruvim in a search for the Keruvim. They found it and fought Blackout. Much later, he was part of a tournament that came out of nowhere. He did well in it, up until he started hearing numbers in his head. Wekiga scanned his mind, and discovered that they were a broadcast from Uterio so that he could get the artifact.
Again, D-Klak fought the Generalissimo and hurt him. Really bad. In fact, Uterio's armor was charred by a Force lightning attack. This was the last straw, and Uterio then had the Great Beings declare war on the OU.
D-Klak was hesitant to join the Rebels at first, but he sided with Klak and company in the war. They fought on Krustallos, and succeeded. After this battle, DK joined Prudence Franklin, Nadle, Jinx, the Baterra and a Malchiorian squad in a battle against Medical Mechanica.
Nadle discovered that Klak was distraught, and the group arrived on Malchior IV. They discovered that a battle had occurred there, and there was a massacre of Malchiorians. Klak was angry and depressed, of course.
D-Klak was punched by Zev after everyone made an angry entrance. Finally, they stopped arguing, and D-Klak helped Zev fight the Shima brothers' drones.
Once they found out that the Shattered Mirror Universe version of Ta'harok was alive, they left to whatever planet he was on to find him. A new ally was gained, but our hero didn't trust him. Afterwards, D-Klak fought alongside Rahkshi, Klak's co., a squad of Malchiorians, User Kon, Namine, and Ynot on an asteroid near Impel Down. They were able to defeat the General in charge, but unfortunately, Treveya was killed. D-Klak was one of the attendees of her funeral and was affected greatly by her death.
D-Klak fought bravely in the latter battles of the war, and it was he that remained confident enough to fight Uterio until the bitter end. During the Battle of Mordor, D-Klak and Uterio di Armechio faced off on a shuttle that was transporting the Generalissimo away. Uterio's deceit of the Great Beings and their allies had been exposed, and his army, aside from a group of fanatic loyalists, turned against him. The Rider was forced to escape. The fight between Uterio and his former soldier was so intense that they destroyed the ship's console, forcing it to nosedive downward. D-Klak offered Uterio a helping hand, but the Generalissimo rejected it, attacking D-Klak and unwittingly causing his own death. Luckily, the Kestora was able to escape in time before the ship crashed.
New World Order arc
D-Klak spent an unknown period of time in the hospital, recovering from his war wounds (which included a broken arm). After his recovery, he reunited with DM Helryx, his girlfriend. Sadly, their reunion was short-lived, for she betrayed him and sent him to the ZFT, fearing that he was secretly working with Uterio. She later discovered the ZFT's treachery, but not before the organization's lackeys tortured D-Klak and hurt him in several escape attempts, including one involving an elaborate false flag invasion and Abneris's infiltration. Thankfully, it didn't work.
Finally, after spending a while in a ZFT prison called Demon's Run, D-Klak was able to escape with his girlfriend and battle butler during the invasion of an organization called MECH. D-Klak talked to one of the members of this shadowy group, then escaped the base.
He then arrived on an abandoned cantina, where Ultron laid waste to its occupants. While investigating what had happened, D-Klak ran into Figlio di Armechio, son of Uterio di Armechio. He fought Figlio's group, escaped to Malchior IV, and helped Diru, Klak, Osseron Tyrok, Coro, and several others in their attempt to stop a mass breakout of intergalactic supercriminals.
D-Klak was later named a part of the task force sent by Malchior IV to investigate the origin of the mysterious RacKoon City Plague. It was here that he discovered that F-Klak was the source of the disease. Upon being asked by Nikolai Mikurin who F-Klak was, Klak responded with a cryptic quote about his supposed future self's nature. Suddenly, all of the enemies of Klak and his friends appeared. Ragnarok was about to begin.
Among those killed in this mysterious conflict was D-Klak, who died fighting valiantly alongside his beloved.
The Mazkertis Paradox
When Mazkertis reappeared, the Claws of the Phoenix decided to use the time travel abilities of Quolas to find a version of D-Klak about 3 years in the past. Coincidentally, TPK, Axalara, Moe, Cutter, Coro, were taken to the past by Walternate to find yet another version of D-Klak (this one existing 4 years in the past). Both D-Klaks met at the Battle of Saskana, remarking that time travel was weird. The D-Klak from 4 years prior was sent back in time, while the other one remained to assist in the fight against Mazkertis.
At Datrio, D-Klak faced off against several Kindred members, including Mazkertis. The wizard was driven insane by the fact that his greatest enemy stood before him, resulting in a brutally vicious fight between them. However, Mazkertis did not kill D-Klak. Instead, he told him that he would bring ruin to the Original Universe's timeline, then erase D-Klak from history by killing him as a child. Mazkertis then said that he wanted D-Klak to feel terror in his last moments before being erased, as he would realize that no one could protect his loved ones from the wizard. Mazkertis then knocked D-Klak out.
Personality & Traits
Though D-Klak often poses as a mercenary and struggles with the temptation of greed, he centers his moral compass on helping those in peril. At one point, he told Mazkertis that he would be willing to do despicable things that would haunt him for the rest of his life, all just to save the lives of others. This tied into another one of his beliefs: sacrifices, no matter how costly, must be made for the greater good. This was demonstrated at various points throughout his life, most notably when he died in Ragnarok.
Despite these struggles, D-Klak always found ways to inject humor into various situations. He often engaged in witty banter with both friends and enemies, and even broke the Fourth Wall at various instances.
Abilities & Powers
D-Klak had the powers of teleportation, sonics, time freezing, as well as minor proficiency in offensive uses of the Force. He was proficient with gunblades as well as hookblades.
- D-Klak's first appearance was in the game known as "Glatorian Team," which was extremely similar to BZPB in format. He also appeared in MakutaKlak's epic, Dusk and Dawn, which picked up where the Dark Mirror serial left off.