Uterio di Armechio (OU)
|Uterio di Armechio|
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Uterio di Armechio was a Barraki and warrior for the Great Beings who supervised the Original Universe. He was cruel, self-righteous, and nigh-merciless. He instilled fear into many people, and few were brave enough to stand up to him. Those who did often suffered greatly.
Uterio was the descendant of an ancient warmongering people, the Dachori. Much like Earth's Mongols, they conquered their entire planet on horseback. Because of this, they were known throughout the universe as the Riders. Their lust for conquest did not stop there. The denizens of this planet began to carve an empire out of their galaxy, long before the Pirate Lords even dreamed of pillaging in space. Even Vrai colonies were subdued under this mighty army. However, the Great Beings felt that their power would be threatened, and they gave their support to the Vrai and other armies in the Rider-Vrai Wars.
Uterio, the next in the "Armechio" bloodline of generals, was born during the Second Rider-Vrai war. He quickly ascended the military ranks and became a renowned soldier. This attracted the attention of the Great Being Naju, who ensured that no one would dare kill the warrior if he were captured.
After the wars, Naju found Uterio as a Vrai slave, and kidnapped him. He quickly took the Rider as his apprentice, training him into an even deadlier warrior. Uterio soon swore loyalty to the Great Beings, and became one of their Knights who would supervise the universes, pocket dimensions, alternate realities, etc. of the BZPB Multiverse that were under the Great Beings' jurisdiction or watch.
However, as more and more warriors joined these ranks, Uterio later was promoted to the rank of Judge and Generalissimo of the Knights of the Great Beings. The Dachori was now in a source of critical power, and his cruelty reached a pinnacle during this age. Naju had lied that Uterio's mind was wiped to trick the Council into trusting the Rider. In reality, Uterio had been carrying a grudge for millennia, slowly planning his revenge against the ones who had destroyed the Dachori so long ago.
At some point in time, he killed his Dark Mirror counterpart, along with other counterparts that could potentially seize power (save for Uteria). At some other point in time, his son, Figlio di Armechio, was born. Books LLC was born as well.
Uterio was assigned to pressure D-Klak into doing his mission. If the latter failed, di Armechio would gladly step in and finish the job. However, he was met with opposition by Zev Raregroove. After a heated argument, he left the heroes and warned D-Klak about his timing.
Much later, Uterio failed to arrest Blackout, instead claiming that he was on his side. Here, he went rogue, and turned against D-Klak, attempting to kill him. But the latter prevailed, escaping with the Apprentices of Caiaphus from his grasp, killing Tulio, and leaving di Armechio with an Ithoran mine strapped to his chest.
But the villainous general was able to remove the mine safely, and had his attention caught by a young human commander named Praepositus. Uterio recruited him and gave him a ship. Immediately after this, they attacked Wayland, killing many soldiers and civilians.
It is here that Uterio showed his ruthlessness's extent: kill anyone who gets in his way, and force all those who serve under him to do the same.
Uterio was the commander of the armies, and the namesake of the conflict. He orchestrated operations with his many subordinates acting as generals. He even killed Qantus when the latter gave him a message of war from Blackout. Don't you dare plagiarize this character, you filthy animal.
He got better, locked Angonce in a cage, and led his armies when the Rebels invaded Mordor. He fought lots of people, including Sasuken and Zev Raregroove. Though most say that Zev and Sasuken were overpowering him, he was able to fight them off to the point that it took them both to be able to compel him FAKING a knockout. After Zev broadcasted di Armechio's outburst to all his troops, Uterio escaped, but D-Klak noticed, and followed him. The two then fought inside of di Armechio's shuttle. D-Klak was nearly killed, but through his cunning, he was able to destroy the ship's computers and mess with the guidance systems. They continued fighting until the ship began nosediving to the ground. D-Klak was fooled into saving Uterio, but the Generalissimo blasted and broke his arm with a blast of plasma. Uterio realized that he shattered his only chance of hanging on, and fell to the ground below. If the fall didn't kill him, the empty shuttle crashing onto his body did.
And thus ended the Uterio War.
Weekend at Uterio's
Caiaphus temporarily occupied Uterio's body to fool the Knights of the Great Beings into thinking that the Generalissimo was still alive. It even fooled TPK until Caiaphus dropped the façade.
The Mazkertis Paradox
Some of the ghostly Uterio apparitions caused by Mazkertis' tampering with the timeline convinced a handful of fanatical HYDRA devotees that the Generalissimo was somehow still alive and kept safely in a facility on a far off world. The devotees that made this claim in public all coincidentally disappeared.
- Uterio had a horse that he was very fond of.
- Uterio's weaknesses included lightning-based attacks and attacks made of multiple elements.
- His name is not a reference to ANY BODYPART WHATSOEVER. Any similarities to someone or something, living or dead, are purely coincidental.
- "These two beings instill fear into my horse."