- This article is about the character Ludicrine in terms of canonical stories. If you are looking for the user, see User:Ludicrine.
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—Ludicrine, The Kuipter Files: FINALE!
Ludicrine Korokoth Zannbakor Kaskar Abaspy Jast DeCurro Anagram Jr. (Ludicrine)
58 (Genoskayan Year)
24 (Ludusian Year)
The Planet's Shadow: HToL
Origin and Pre-Ludus
Ludicrine K. Z. K. Anagram (Can be pronounced in a multitude of ways, all of which are correct) is a Serrangio most noted for being one of the first migrants to Ludus with his friend Zoshi. His other accomplishments are creating and co-managing LDZX Corporations and starting the first Monster Adoption Center. He is also a Hero of Acceptance, bearing the Element of Forgiveness.
He was born on Ithion Satellite, a small moon belonging to Genoskaya. His squadron was led by The Mistress. Ludicrine was born into the last generation that would experience artificial emotion injections due to the Doomer Siege that would take place in a few years. Thought to be named with a long name to avoid confusion with any other Serrangio, he was actually named after his biological father, though he would not learn this until later. Despite his long and pompous name promising great things for his life, he was born with a rare condition that, rather than blending the aspects of Inner Beings into one's personality, leaves none of them truly dominant and leaves the projection of the body to be a rather convoluted, confusing mess. Ludicrine, because of this, found difficulty fitting in with his peers. It was not until the arrival of his biological cousin Iala that he would find a true friend to confide in.
While the nature of his squadron's work is unknown, it was known that Ludi's upbringing focused on the documentation of foreign creatures. Due to financial struggles, an extreme lack of interest in his job, and his drug addictions, he began to take up thievery (and freestyle rapping, which is relatively irrelevant) and used the money for weaponcrafting classes, his passion at the time. He learned how to create and repair swords, but soon took up the anchor as his primary form of weaponry after his newly found ancestor, a Gridmask named Sanford. He later left to seek out more entertaining life, after which point the Third Catastrophe took place.
First departing to Alternia, he ended up being ridiculed by many, even going so far as to get into an argument with the Troll Ellona that would later result in his half-blind state. He, on the bright side, perfected his weapon-crafting skills, making himself many iron anchors as well as others of rare materials. He was rather fascinated with the creatures that inhabited Alternia and was inspired to continue his work designated at birth, though he decided to do so on a foreign and relatively-unexplored planet in order to distinguish himself and make more of his life.
After months of travel, Ludicrine finally made it to a new place where the only intelligent life present was on a planet called Ludus, which was not very recorded and an almost unknown world to those outside of it. After tampering with a satellite used to communicate with other life out of curiosity, he was captured and placed into an extra-terrestrial holding facility. Ludi, however, saw this as welcoming, as he gained "a coat with really long sleeves and a handy pair of handcuffs" from this experience. After an easy escape, he met a young human, Cobalt, who had lost her memory. They became friends, traveled together, and sought out to repair her memory. After finding no trace of her existence anywhere, they began to give up, but the woman, being optimistic, decided to start anew, complete with a nickname - Cobalt. They continued to roam about the world documenting creatures and sharing tales of far-off worlds. After many months, the two got "married". (Ludicrine did not fully understand human marriage at the time- there was no official wedding and Cobalt was only seventeen at the time.)
Meanwhile, the demon known as Zorc was on the planet at the time and looking for a suitable host. He started to hunt Ludicrine and Cobalt to try and leech off of the latter's life and youth while retaining the former's traits and ability to hold multiple living beings. Eventually, he caught up with them, bludgeoning Cobalt to death and worming his way into Ludicrine's torn heart. Taking a turn for the far-too-unfortunate, The Mistress also showed up, possessed by Ellona, and carved his eye out, leaving him unconscious and near-dead. When he came to, there was no sign of Cobalt, The Mistress, or Zorc. After months of failure to learn of what had happened to them, he soon accepted that all that had happened was a lengthy hallucination, much to his dismay. Despite the fact that Zorc was indeed living inside of him and tormenting him and that he still had various mementos proving the existence of Cobalt, he continued to believe that it was all a sick prank, as he didn't want to believe that he let his beloved die. This eventually led him to almost completely forget about his wife.
He then moved in to the castle of Captain Shane, a wealthy landlord of Ludus. Later he would meet Zoshi, a royal dragonkin who was sent years into the future from his own time. After some discussion over the information amassed from Ludi's bestiary as well as their connections with Ludusian monsters/monsters in general, the two formed LDZX Industries and created a Monster Adoption Center, which grew out their wealth.
Early LDZX Adventures
Ludicrine has gone on many adventures with the people of his world and has been heralded as one of the Heroes of Acceptance, with the element of Forgiveness. These began in his early years at LDZX and continued on for a long part of his life. Shortly after establishing LDZX and the creation of the first Breeding Center (under Zoshi's direction), a villain by the name of Kuipter surfaced and began terrorizing the new universe, seemingly without reason. This led to the events of The Kuipter Files and The Kuipter Files: FINALE!.
Some time after this and the completion of the first Pet School, Ludicrine signed up as a teacher despite not being qualified for the job or having any real system in place. After much shenanigans, a much darker plot was unveiled revealing that Revelian had been allowing the "bad students", including Trix, to be tortured by Ao Oni X. Ludicrine, Gamelover, Zoshi, Lazro, and Leechum decided to investigate his change in behavior. By the end of the adventure, it is revealed that this was caused by Revelian becoming crazed with power and used by the original Ao Oni. After many battles, the majority of the Ao Onis are disposed of and the school is shut down, though Revelian sacrifices himself to do so. This proves ineffective, as AOX finds a cloning machine and the events of Trix 2: The War take place. His role in both of these stories was as a support character and did not have much interaction or effect on the outcome.
During the endeavor involving Dr. Sand, Ludicrine's pet Freo was turned into stone, causing him to begin an investigation around the man himself, eventually leading to the events of Dr. Sand: Twisted Fates, which he was a support character in. In Corruption: He Comes, he is also a support character. His shadow form is shown to be "cold, envious, and selfish", and by overcoming this, he becomes the Hero of Forgiveness.
At the end of Wrapping Things Up, Ludicrine fully accepts that his no-longer-existing wife has left him and discards his ring.
Personality and Physical Description
Ludicrine is a fullhosted Serrangio, meaning that all possible spaces for deceased Soul Creatures have been occupied. Since his number is seven, he is the host of seven of these beings. His general personality is incredibly odd and easily distracted, but generally a fun-loving individual. He seems rather nonchalant or panicky in the least-appropriate of situations, but is known to be able to show some levels of self-control when it matters most. He can also be rather rude towards others based on hunches or other random first-impressions. His Inner Beings may affect his personality to be more forgiving, kind, random, romantic, rude, demonic, or dotty to the point of unacceptability.
Ludicrine is short in comparison to others of his kind. He, like other Serrangios, has no visible mouth or nose, yet still manages to eat, speak, and breathe, though his voice becomes strained and growly if he is taken off his medication by force. His eye colors were originally brown and purple, though the purple eye has been gouged out and thus appears as a dark gray. His headwings are waves of lilac and sky blue, with a pink and white flower-like mark on his right and a black line across his inner left. His main wings are white with small swirling engraves. He has six bodyspaers, which is rare and commonly found in shorter Serrangios.
He also has a tendency to avoid cursing, a habit brought about from things he claims not to remember, though this is really a quirk he inherited from Cobalt.
For no reason whatsoever, he will go by "Jast DeCurro" or "Ludicrine DeCurro" as opposed to "Ludicrine Anagram", his proper name.
Despite having only the capacity for seven inner beings, Ludicrine has amassed a few more over his years. A complete listing of all of the souls he has harbored follows.
- Ludicrinity, his main soul fragment
- Gatekeeper, a Guardiant
- Almhyar, a Skygoddess
- Azrael an Oumeth
- Perreth, an Oumeth
- Barachielus, a Serrangio soul fragment belonging to Ludicrine's son from an alternate reality
- Zorc, a Demon
- ı̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̸̨̨̨̨̨̨̨̨, a paradoxical being and the alternate-future-self of Ludicrine/Ludicrinity
- Raserei, a Dark Matter soul fragment of Revelian
- Dextrisite, the compressed soul fragment of Dexter
- Mienyse, the compressed soul fragment of The Mistress
Ludicrine's personal life is directly tied with his business life, as he has nearly no time for work outside of the office/fighting monsters and gridmasks. One of his hobbies is weaponcrafting, which is mentioned a bit in some previous stories. He lives with his pets after the death and un-existence of Cobalt and remains without a companion from then on.
Stat Trend & Story Stats
The way Ludicrine's stats tend to be. Has excellent training in aura-type and also healing spells, having the highest magic stat of the characters. He is moreover a "glass cannon"-esque character, being able to put out high magic damage and large heals, but not being able to take a lot of damage due to a less-than-great Health stat.
Due to errors in writing Cuts, and Slashes, stats are under construction.
- Health: 17,000
- Attack Power: 218
- Magic: 320
- Defense: 218
- Speed: 256
- Health: 9,450
- Attack Power: 165
- Magic: 295
- Defense: 165
- Speed: 187
- Health: 7,560
- Attack Power: 116
- Magic: 170
- Defense: 100
- Speed: 130
- Health: 900
- Attack Power: Unknown
- Magic: Unknown
- Defense: Unknown
- Speed: N/A
- Health: 850
- Attack Power: Unknown
- Magic: Unknown
- Defense: Unknown
- Speed: N/A
Trix: Adventures of a UFO
- HP: 850
- Jump Kick: Decent
- Aura Bolt: Fair, pierces armor
- Light Beam: Medium, chance to stun
- DF: Okay
- LV: 60
Trix 2: The War
- HP: 900
- Jump Kick: Decent
- Aura Bolt: Fair, pierces armor
- Light Beam: Medium, chance to stun
- DF: Okay
- LV: 62
Due to errors in writing the Cuts Arc, this section is incomplete.
- Wisper - A weaker version of the Aura Bolt, losing its armor-piercing capabilities. It appears the same and deals Wind-type damage.
- Jump Kick - Decent Physical-type kick attack. First seen in Trix: Adventures of a UFO. Briefly upgraded to Flying Kick.
- Aura Bolt - A basic white bolt of magic dealing a fair amount of damage that pierces armor. Deals Holy-type damage. First seen in Trix: Adventures of a UFO. It is the upgrade move of Wisper and the predecessor of the temporarily-gained Grand Hex.
- Light Beam - A yellow laser dealing moderate-high damage with a chance to stun the enemy. Deals Holy-type damage. First seen in Trix: Adventures of a UFO and later replaced with PSI Thunder.
- Healing Science - A
magicalscientific remedy that heals or revives an ally. First seen in Trix: Adventures of a UFO.
- Minor Group Heal - A group healing spell first seen in Trix: Adventures of a UFO, later replaced with PSI Lifeup. Also called "minor healing spell".
- Flying Kick - A high damaging Physical-type move, working as a temporary upgrade to the Jump Kick after receiving an upgrade from Revelian's KAISER shard. First seen in Trix: Adventures of a UFO and not seen since.
- PSI Thunder - A Thunder-type move that has a chance of either damaging all enemies or taking up no action skills (allowing the caster to use another move). Appearance is a large bolt of lightning striking the opponent. First seen in Corruption: He Comes as the successor to the move Light Beam. Its upgraded form is Mage Thunder, though it was only a temporary upgrade to the move.
- PSI Lifeup - A group healing spell first seen in Corruption: He Comes. It is the successor-move to Minor Group Heal.
- PSI Healing - A move that cures the group of status ailments, first seen in Slashes Eternal: The Rise of Zorc.
- Combustive Wind - A move summoning a collection of small, tinted-pink bolts connected together crudely. The shot homes in on enemies and breaks up in groups of 7 with each hit until the shots are so weak that they disappear into nothing. Potentially causes very high damage. Takes a while to charge. Deals Fire-type damage and may slow the caster. As a very rare side effect, the shot may form a cut between dimensions, making it possible for Rift Guardiants to escape and alter the battle in unknown ways.
- Mage Thunder - A hybrid Thunder and Dark type move. It appears exactly as PSI Thunder did and acts as a more powerful version of it.
- Grand Hex - A move that conjures three hexes that fire three swirling Aura Bolts each. Deals high damage should all three bolts hit. Due to the loud-sound nature of the spell, it has the tendency to stun enemies or allies. Deals Light-type damage.
- Guardbreaker - Charges forward and attacks the opponent. Lowers targets defense. Is used by Ludicrine's Shadow.
- In Slashes Eternal: The Rise of Zorc, Ludicrine would become Enraged at random times during a battle, increasing his capability for damage while also increasing the chances of him attacking his teammates. This skill has not been used in such a way since.
- In Slashes Eternal: The Rise of Zorc, when in possession of the Red Revival Ring and with Samuel in possession of the Violet Revival Ring, the two were capable of "spawning that freaking tower out of gogbeaverdam nowhere", dealing massive damage to an opponent when the rings were charged. Since the rings have since broken, this attack is no longer used by them.
- Weaponry - Ludicrine's primary system of attacking is using an anchor. However, on many of his adventures, he either does not have an anchor with him or needs to rely on magic for some other reason.*
- Regulus: Ludicrine's basic anchor, of which he owns many. Made of steel and attached to a rope. Deals Water-type damage, though not strictly.
- Flashy: A small, lightweight anchor painted like a lighthouse. Capable of firing Aura Bolts from the grip end. Deals Light-type and Water-type damage, though not strictly.
- Sense: An anchor with a large grip-end decorated in magical gems. Depending on the phase of the moon, the gems will react differently and fire different kinds of lasers. Deals Dark-damage and Water-damage, though not strictly, as well as being classified as a Time-damage weapon.
- Tiki: A pair of two odd, vertical anchors made from ancient materials. They can be used as crutches, which allows fallen allies to revive at full health, though with only half the effectiveness of their moves. During boss fights, their grip handles open up to reveal throwing daggers (called Kaliedoscope). Deals Water-type and Time-type damage.
- Fade: A quick anchor with a cleaved, sickle-like base. Deals an odd combination of Light-type, Nature-type, Air-type, and Water-type damage, all being non-strict.
- Dae: A strange anchor resembling the bones of a fish-like creature, with the anchor ends acting as a bulbed scissor. Tends to act on its own free will, as it is the seal of Daekush the Apocalyptic Animal. Attached to a chain. Will always deal Dark and Chaos damage regardless of resistances, though it also deals non-strict Water-type damage.
- Rusted Regulus: A rather crude copy of the Regulus anchor, but without the rope and with strict Poison-type properties to it.
- Trance: An anchor made with black space fabric and the broken will of mortals... and some steel, of course. Has the ability to corrupt the atmosphere around it and can fire off its arrow-like end. Will always deal Dark and Chaos damage regardless of resistances.
- Gaia Blessing - As Ludicrine is a follower of Gaia, he inherits the powers and abilities that she has given to him.
- Levelheaded Aura - Cannot become "enraged", and is thus unaffected by the disadvantaging qualities of such.
- Soul Cage - Enables the keeping of additional souls withing the body to function properly.
- Gatekeeper - Accelerates captor's development of known attacks.
- Zorc - Boosts attack of the captor when they suffer damage.
- Perreth - Masks the aura of the captor.
- Azrael - Increases the captor's evasion of status ailments.
- Raserei - Boosts attack of the captor when they deal damage.
- Dextrisite - Counters the effects of the captor's and the opponent's auras at random.
- Ludicrinity - Increases the captor's defense with each inflicted wound, keeping count of only one adversary at a time.
- Barachielus - Increases the captor's evasion with each inflicted wound, keeping count of only one adversary at a time.
- Almhyar - Increases the captor's chance of finding item drops from battle.
- Cut - Boosts magic of the captor when they suffer damage.
- The design of Ludicrine was originally supposed to be an entirely different character, named Sir Conscience, but over time, the design became so popular that it was simply used as Ludicrine's main design.
- The name of Ludicrine is an anagram of Lucidrine, a game-making company. This was, however, purely unintentional.