“By the ancestors... Don't remind me of him. I am the most powerful warlord this galaxy has ever seen... yet merely thinking of him makes my spine shiver. I am not afraid to admit my fear of Mirras III for it is completely justified. That Grox, no, that thing is not a normal creature. It is a scion of pure and absolute evil!”
King Mirras the Third, often stylized as Mirras III was the final king of the Borealis Grox Empire and one of the most important individuals in the Borealis Galaxy's modern history. Not a true Grox at all, Mirras III was a supernatural manifestation of Regnatus' superego given a physical form through the latter's immense Essence powers, and Mirras III served as the Kormacvar god's eyes and fist in the galaxy during his hibernation.
One of the most malevolent and cruel minds of all Borealis history, Mirras III was a cold, manipulative and extremely intelligent entity who always planned to be one step ahead of his enemies, and most of the time his plans ended in flawless success in his eyes, even in occasions where his enemies would otherwise consider them their own victories. Mirras III's manipulations caused the genocide of trillions of sapients and threatened to destroy the very galaxy itself, at to this day, there are few places in Borealis where mention of his name has not become a taboo.
According to the Kormacvar Legacy's databases, Mirras III is a total of thirty million years old, being created after his predecessor, Mirras II, apparently died in a battle against a currently unknown enemy, speculated to have been either the Zarkhator, the Kondrakar or the Ganthorea. The Grox Kings who predated Mirras III were all true living Grox, but following their deaths, Mirras III was psychically created by Regnatus and given control over the Borealis Grox Empire and the Alvino Brood. During most of his existence, Mirras III remained unknown to the rest of Borealis, with the first actual record of his existence being from the following years of the First Borealis Galactic War, when Mirras III abducted General Volim and took him to his base of operations where he conducted strange experiments on the Wranploer's mind.
Mirras III's first real major act in galactic affairs was the Great Purging, where he ordered his Grox to push into the Inner Core of the galaxy. This war resulted in an easy Grox victory, as well as the genocide of countless species. Prior to the war, Mirras III obtained Marinox drones and used them to create a personal lieutenant and extension of his will, Commandant Khensu. After the creation of the Ottzello Sector, Mirras III allowed some Ottzelloan Grox to join his empire, allowing him to study Chronoscopic for at the time unknown reasons.
Second Borealis Galactic WarEdit
During the initial stages of the Second Borealis Galactic War, Mirras III started to put his master plan in action. During an assault from the Borealis Consortium Network, Mirras III chased and almost destroyed the Iron Fist, before being seemingly outwitted and trapped inside the Borealis Grid. However, he was actually planning this all along, getting the opportunity to study the Grid. He escaped his "prison" a few hours after, and ordered the Grox to "punish" the thieves by ordering the annihilation of over five thousand Consortium planets in the following week, delivering a major jab to Volim and Zaarkhun.
After the Xi'Arazulha were defeated, Mirras III felt the Grox Meta-Emperor's defeat at the hands of the Civilisation. He made sure to his Grox that he planned to rescue their leader in the future. However, this was done to fool possible enemies of his true intentions, as Mirras III showed no allegiance to the Meta-Empire. Mirras III later stopped the forces of Order from stopping the Vague, his intervention causing the galaxy to grow animosity toward the Unified Nation of Ottzello even more. His reasons for intervening on the attack remain unknown to this day.
Mirras III would then kidnap the cursed Taldar Mac, claiming he wanted to suck off his energy to "power up his spaceship". This also revealed Mirras III had a mysterious master, whose identity remained at the time known. Mirras III would also indoctrinate King Thylaxiz to his side through unknown means, and meet with the Nexus Grox leader Lord Korizakh for a beneficial relationship, where the Nexus Grox would defend Mirras III from the Junction in exchange of colonies in Borealis. As the galaxy finally declared full war on the Grox, Mirras III merely watched the events as as everything went exactly as he planned. Despite the Polar Crystal Alliance's efforts in killing Mirras III's agents and foiling his schemes, he remained completely indifferent, claiming everything was going as he wanted.
In the final battle against the Grox, Mirras III's palace was invaded, and he confronted the commanders of the forces of the Alliance in battle with his battlesuit. After his suit was destroyed, Mirras III revealed his true nature: he was a sentient manifestation of Regnatus' insanity and superego. Pinning the commanders to a wall and almost devouring their souls, Mirras III was killed by Mac after he stabbed through his chest with a Chronoscopic blade. Mirras III dissolved away in shining matter, but not before explaining his existence to his enemies and making sure to inform them his presence was nothing more than a distraction. Mirras III planned to give Regnatus time to awaken, and succeeded.
Mirras III's physical body appeared as a standard member of the Borealis Grox race, physically identical to all others save for his clothing. He wore an advanced crown-like ornament on his head as well as a cape made of unknown material. Several metallic plates were present on his back, emerging from his body and twisting themselves upwards, giving Mirras III the appearance of a being with a pair of metallic wings even though they did not function as such. His true form, however, had no true shape and was identified as a non-corporeal, translucent, vaguely Grox-shaped ghost made of light blue psychic energy.
Mirras III was an oddity compared to the rest of the Borealis Grox due to the fact he possessed an individual personality. In contrast to Regnatus, Mirras III was soft-spoken, calm and downright impossible to anger, and none of his enemies have ever seen him emote much more than elevating his voice to make himself louder. Mirras III never displayed feelings of happiness, anger or sadness, usually maintaining a stoic and emotionless expression with a few smirks at certain occasions. He had no strong feelings for his allies or enemies, seem them all, including himself, as merely pawns on his plan of empowering Regnatus.
King Mirras III owned a powerful superweapon called the Grox Royal Battlesuit, which was a powerful cyborg-mutant abomination with similar appearence to a Kormacvar, towering 10 meters tall and with the equivalent power of the Cyclonian Overking. The Battlesuit was armed with gigantic vibroblades for close combat and with two plasma-powered autocannons armed in two arms that extend from its back. The control center of the suit was located in the "chest", with the "head" actually serving as a cannon armed with massively powerful antimatter missiles and bombs, though these were used mostly as a last resort weapon.
The "eye" in the chest of the suit could fire powerful turbolasers, and the suit was composed of several kinds of artificial muscles, allowing the suit to be physically powerful as it was. The suit was also armed with powerful subatomic disruptors in its cannons, which turned enemies into quark-gluon plasma when they were hit. The entire suit was also covered in a special Chronoscopic shield, provided by the Ottzelloan Grox, which while not only protected the suit from damage, they also caused some attacks to be "reverted" and sent back to the attacker. The suit was powered by zero point energy and antimatter, and took full advantage of Borealis' Grid equipment.
As a Borealis Grox, Mirras III was physically inferior to a human being in strength terms, but his biology allowed him to survive in inhospitably cold climates and shrug off the lack of oxygen. He displayed fantastic powers over levitation, telekinesis, mind-reading and mind-warping, using the latter to torture his opponents into submission. When discarding his Grox shell, Mirras III became incorporeal and immune to all attacks except Essence-based ones, and also displayed the ability to devour the souls of mortals in order to feed from them. As demonstrated by his use of his Grox Royal Battlesuit, Mirras III was also a capable pilot.
- Regnatus - Together, the future will be perfect.
- Lord Korizakh - A mere tool of demons. You are like me in the sense you are no "Grox".
- Mac - You are a toy and nothing else but fuel to hasten the plan. The torture sections are also rather invigorating.
- Arkarixus - I did not plan your presence.
- Rebaris - Mere children. You seek to unite the galaxy under your rule when a true lord already governs it.
- General Volim - Truly the best of the best among the rabble that calls themselves space pirates. Not that it means anything.
- Falrik Zaarkhun - An ego almost as big as my master's except without any of his might or power. You mortals amuse me.
- Grox Meta-Emperor - An infant in the body of a god. Or should I say, an infant who thinks he is in the body of a god.
- The Mechanic - The discontinuity of your people was always something planned, and a day I was very much looking forward to.
- Moxix Breek - Your presence is somewhat of a nuisance and also somewhat of an amusement, for turning you into an Ascended-class will be very much promising.
“There are few things that genuinely creep me out. Mirras III is one of them, and not even the fact he's dead does much to remedy that. Those damned eyes...”
“To this day, I still try to wrap my head on what the heck was that entity. It was something out of this world. Out of this dimension, even.”
- - Rebaris
“I'll be very cautious of this one... but he better be cautious of us.”
“Impressions can be deceiving. Inferior. But manipulative.”
- - Lord Korízakh
“Hmph, I never really understood what that guy was and, honestly, I'm kinda glad I didn't. He gave me more than just the willies, although he got what was coming to him and that's all that counts. ... I hope.”
- - Hachiman
- Mirras III was created years ago in another website with the role of main antagonist of a fanfiction centered around the Ermitants.
- His original role was of supreme leader of the Grox, had a title of "Emperor" instead of "King", and had a different outfit.
- Mirras III's name was inspired on the name of the Grox homeworld in OluapPlayer's first game, which was called Mirras.