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This article is about the fanfic version of Fikrul. For the official version, see Fikrul, the Fanatic.
Biographical information

Other name(s):

The Blue Knight


Earth (Pre-Collapse)
Aincrad (Rebirth)


April 10, 361 HEC






182.88 cm


72.57 kg

Hair color:


Eye color:


Political and military information


The Black Fleet


Shadowkeeper's Champion



Notable info:

Helped Kirito and Asuna destroy The Last City
Friend of The Black Swordsman

Fikrul, the Fanatic
Biographical information

Other name(s):

Fikrul, Shardwalker of Kirito
The Fanatic
Fikrul, Master of Souls
Fikrul, Shadow Priest
The Heretic
VIP #4503


Eliksni Homeworld




House of Wolves (formerly)
House of Exile (formerly)
The Shadowkeepers


Shadowkeeper's Champion


Ultra Chieftain
Hunter (As Eugeo)





Combat information


Future in Darkness (Cutscene)
Shadows of the Night (Brief encounter)


Fanatic's Staff


Wrath of the Scorned
Shocking Effect
Tethered Debuff
Elemental Shield
High Durability
Summon Scorn
Ultra Smash


"I will pay any price... to be there when you die!"
— Fikrul to The Guardian

Fikrul (alias, original name Eugeo), also known as The Fanatic and The Blue Knight, is a member of The Black Swordsman and The White Angel's notorious organization called The Shadowkeepers.

The leader of the Scorned Barons and the Archon of the Scorn who now resides in Eugeo's body, he would be resurrected as a Shadowkeeper and assist Kirito and Asuna in destroying The Last City so that The Black Fleet can enshroud Earth. Fikrul believes that the Scorn are the natural evolution of the Eliksni, and that through his leadership, the race can find immortality.

Due to the nature of his resurrection abilities, Fikrul can seemingly never truly be killed, and has retorted that he will continue to return to seek vengeance upon the Guardian. Fikrul has the ability to corrupt the ether inside Eliksni, turning them into Scorn.

He is a supporting antagonist of the Paradox expansion.



Fikrul was once a well-regarded Archon Priest of Kaliks Prime within the House of Wolves, but he was cast out after speaking against the Great Machine and lamenting his species' dependence on Servitors for survival and would be replaced by Aksor, Archon Priest. His words would later influence the techno-deviant Devil Splicers of the Plaguelands, while Fikrul himself explored his own darker interpretations of faith.

Following the Taken War, Fikrul would go on to lead a group of lowly Dregs cast out from the House of Exile, who collectively titled themselves the Scorned Barons. Together they unleashed havoc amongst the Reefborn Awoken and various Fallen Houses in the Reef, ultimately leading to the demise of the House of Wolves through the destruction of all their Servitors. They would later become captured in a final standoff between Cayde-6, Petra Venj, and their posse of Guardians; leaving only Fikrul as their Archon to evade capture.

Fikrul alongside Uldren, his "kindred spirit"

At some point following the Taken War, Prince Uldren formed an alliance with the House of Kings, and in his search for Mara Sov he discovered a mortally wounded Fikrul. Uldren wished that he could save the dying Fallen; his wish was heard by Riven, the Taken Ahamkara residing in the Dreaming City, who Uldren had long ago brought to the Reef as a hatchling. Riven granted Uldren's wish by infusing some of Uldren's Darkness into Fikrul's Ether, creating Dark Ether and raising him as the first Scorn. Fikrul thereafter treated Uldren with devotion and reverence, calling him "Father" and believing that Uldren had granted him his new life and powers.

In gratitude, Fikrul would assist Uldren in taking out the House of Kings, usurping Craask, Kell of Kings whom conflicted with his ambitions. In a grand betrayal, Uldren summoned Fikrul to dock Craask of all four of his arms and reduce the former Kell to the rank of a Dreg. Rumors later circulated among the Fallen that Uldren and Fikrul had slain Craask outright, along with the entire House which Fikrul then raised as the first undead Scorn with his Dark Ether.

A year after the Red War, both Uldren and Fikrul were caught by Cayde-6 and taken to the Prison of Elders. When Variks, the Loyal; an old friend, imprisoned Fikrul, he asked about the whereabouts of Kaliks Prime. Variks asked him if he betrayed the last Prime to the Taken and if that is the source of his corrupted ether. Fikrul replied that Kaliks has actually abandoned the Eliksni altogether. Following Riven's machination, Uldren took advantage of Variks' waivering loyalty and tricked him into releasing the prison's inmates, causing the Scorn to breakout out en-masse and killing Cayde in the process.


The resurrecting Fikrul the Fanatic

"Kill a Fallen, I claim it as Scorn. Kill a Scorn, I raise ten more!"
— Fikrul, the Fanatic

With the Scorned Barons now freed, Fikrul and the other Barons were offered the bounty of the Tangled Shore by Uldren as reward for their loyalty, bringing chaos to the local Fallen under The Spider's command. As a result, their hideout was tipped off to a vengeance-seeking Guardian causing the Barons to flee whilst Fikrul raises a powerful undead Scorn to face the Guardian, all while mocking them over his necromantic mastery of Dark Ether before fleeing.

When the Guardian finished The Machinist and the other six Scorned Barons, Fikrul and the remaining Scorn accompanied Uldren on his travels to unseal the Dreaming City, warning him of the immediate danger that posed beyond the point of entry. Fikrul offered to go into the Watchtower in Uldren's stead, but was told to defend it from the Guardian. Accepting his orders, Fikrul challenges the Guardian themselves to avenge his Scorned brethren only to die by their hands instead, seemingly avenging Cayde-6 of the Barons who slew him.

Unlike the other Scorn that died to the Guardian however, Fikrul is able to resurrect himself thanks to the Dark Ether within. Recognizing his resurrecting abilities similar to that of a Guardian, the Vanguard assigned multiple Strike teams to continuously put him down as to suppress the Fanatic, while the Praxic Order reached out to Cryptarchs and Gensym Scribes for ways to make his destruction permanent.

Nightmare Legacy

The Nightmare of Fikrul

"In the depths of the Prison of Elders, the Fanatic found his calling. With his fellow Barons by his side, the Fanatic murdered Cayde-6 on the orders of former Prince of the Reef, Uldren Sov. The Fanatic was able to resurrect the dead. It's only fitting the Pyramid would do the same for him."
Eris Morn, speaking of Fikrul.

Following over a year since the Scorn's fall, whether Fikrul has been permanently killed or not, the Guardian encounters a Darkness-created phantom, a Nightmare, that bears the Fanatic's form as the Guardian attempts to enter the Pyramid structure beneath the Moon's surface. Though their initial battle had the Guardian forced to retreat, being nearly overwhelmed by Nightmares of Crota and Dominus Ghaul that joined the Nightmare of Fikrul, the Guardian returns after gaining knowledge and armor needed to combat the Nightmares. After entering the Pyramid, the Guardian battles with the Darkness-fueled image of Fikrul but the Nightmare of one of the Guardians more personal foes is defeated, the Guardian overcoming the Darkness's attempts at tormenting them.

At a later date, the Guardians conduct Nightmare Hunts to push back the Pyramid's influence which often results in the creations of more nightmares. One said hunt has Guardians face the Nightmare of Fikrul, the Fanatic, representing the Essence of Insanity. After a struggle that leads the Guardians to the ruined Shrine of Oryx, the Guardians succeed in putting the Nightmare down.

The Second Collapse[edit]


Personality and Traits[edit]


  • He is voiced by Matthew Mercer.
  • Fikrul is the third English-speaking Fallen observed, behind Variks, The Loyal and the Spider, but is the first Fallen antagonist to speak the language.
  • Fikrul refers to Uldren Sov as Father, likely out of gratitude under the belief that Uldren gifted him with his powers.
  • Fikrul's helmet design bears a strong resemblance to the Scorn's faction symbol.
  • For some reason, he appears to not be able to just revive all his brothers and sisters.
    • This was later proven false when he restored the bodies and souls of his brothers and sisters during the Black Fleet's invasion on The Last City.

List of appearances[edit]