Kentas (Kor. 켄타스) was a werewolfwarrior who was under Maduke's command. He has now ascended to the throne as Lord of the Werewolves. Even before becoming a Lord, he enjoyed a high standing in the werewolf clan until he was declared a traitor and sentenced to serve as an experiment specimen.
He appears to be a huge, muscular individual, with brown eyes. His light grey hair is long and is somewhat Mohawk style.
Kentas is prideful and belligerent, thinking with a haughtiness that werewolves are the strongest race on the planet now and that they no longer had to take into consideration the powers of Nobles nor humans. He mentions a long wait (which has lasted several hundred years) and becomes very anxious. He is unhappy about the fact that things have to be dealt in a political way and prefers combat. Later on, he understands the reason for this and uses the words Lunark told him on Grui. He believes that the stronger should always rule the weak.
He has dedicated much to his race and believes that the pure-blood of their race are much stronger than the modified ones.
Although Kentas doesn't hold humans in high regards due to their greed as humans display little regards for their own species, he has no pleasure in wantonly slaughtering them either. He even develops respect for M-21, a modified human, after getting to know each other through a time of trials.
But after discovering that under the leadership of Maduke, the clan he once had a total faith in is beginning to go down the same petty and avaricious path as humans do, Kentas is beginning to have doubts.
Kentas debuts in Roctis' Island, having joined the 5th Elder on the mission to keep an eye on Roctis and the 9th Elder. The discussion of the two werewolves reveals that they already had a conversation on this topic (mission) before and Kentas expresses his discontent as he is forbidden to engage in unnecessary fights. The 5th Elder looks very disturbed and bothered by his attitude and explains to him the change of age. Kentas insults her by saying that she too has turned tricky and sly after working amongst humans. She however warns him that by insulting her, he is also insulting their Lord and Kentas shows immediate regret and loyalty. He again expresses his frustration at the thought of having to wait longer.
Later, as he is searching the island, he spots Rajak and attacks him, since the noble has noticed him too. He tells Rajak that since he is a Noble and has seen him there, he cannot leave the scene alive. The two engage in battle and creates a loud, smoky explosion. When 5th Elder hears this with Roctis and the 9th Elder, she regrets bringing him along, cursing him as he disobeyed her command to remain discreet and calm.
Kentas later learns that Rajak is the clan leader of the Kertia Clan, judging from his speed and agility and transforms to fight him. After much fighting, the two separate again and Kentas is seen wounded in many places. However, he is the one to have severely wounded his opponent and reveals that he was just 'playing with' him. Their battle is interrupted by Rai's battle against Roctis and then Muzaka. He is shocked to see Muzaka and then quickly goes to the 5th Elder, encouraging her to leave the scene immediately to report this to their Lord, revealing the identity of Muzaka in process of persuading her. The two leave Roctis' Island to return to their base.
Afterwards, their Lord sends Kentas along with the 5th Elder to keep watch at the city where the Noblesse first appeared, assuming Muzaka is most likely to show up there next. While the 5th Elder has to stay with the 3rd who has voluntarily come, Kentas scouts the city and comes across the trio (Tao, Takeo and M-21). Kentas is amused by Tao's guts to inquire him about himself and further causing a blast to make their getaway. But he easily catches up to the trio on their way to Area 14. He attacks them while M-21 stands rooted in awe at witnessing the powers of a real werewolf. When M-21 transforms to defend against Kentas' attack, Kentas is overwhelmed with anger and disgust at the humans who have experimented to produce such a loathsome creature: modified human with the likes of a werewolf. He is determined to erase the existence of such a being (M-21) and transforms to attack. He easily outmatches the trio. Tao and Takeo desperately try to hold him off in order to provide M-21 with an opportunity to escape but the latter fully transforms with a howl to save his comrades - much to the shock of Kentas. However, Kentas again proves the superiority of a real werewolf and throws M-21 crashing onto the ground. Just when he is about to finish off the trio, he evades a sudden attack coming at him. Gejutel appears and although Kentas wishes to fight the 'worthy opponent', he is compelled to retreat.
Maduke sends him, Lunark, Grui and Gaitan to South Korea in order to assassinate their former Lord Muzaka. He shows his displeasure in working with Grui and Gaitan as they are ruthless killers who don't mind killing innocents. He looks down on them for they accepted human modification instead of solely relying on their natural powers.
In South Korea, the team of assassins divide into two: Kentas and Lunark, and Grui and Gaitan. Later on Lunark and Kentas feel the shockwaves from EMP used by their teammates. They hurry towards the island where the battle is taking place , confounding Grui and Gaitan along the way since they caused all the ruckus by not following orders. They arrive just on time to catch sight of the wolf form Muzaka releases to kill Gaitan. They can barely catch their breadth when they find themselves face to face with their target and ex-Lord - Muzaka. The presence of the Noblesse further dims their spirit. Muzaka, who has just finished eliminating the assassins sent to kill him, is quite amused to see more of his family members around. He observes that these two are not modified, unlike the previous ones he has fought.
Lunark and Kentas quickly bow down to Muzaka and greet him respectfully. It pleases Muzaka and he engages in a normal conversation. He even recalls their names. His memories are from a long time ago when they were but little children. Muzaka deduces from their arrival time that they are also part of the assassination team. Kentas affirms it. Both he and Lunark then nervously await their fate. However, Muzaka bursts into a sudden fit of laughter. He is relieved that Maduke hasn't sent only two but four werewolves to kill him. Muzaka relishes the fact that his pride is intact and joyfully points it out to Raizel who lets out a small sigh at his friend's childish glee.
Then Muzaka addresses Lunark and Kentas again, this time in a serious tone - he asks them whether they are confident of killing him just by themselves. Lunark and Kentas calculate their odds and find it highly unlikely of them even standing a chance against Muzaka. Kentas wonders how they can get out of the situation. Their freedom comes unexpectedly soon and simply as Muzaka offers them to leave. Lunark and Kentas can hardly believe their ears that they are let go without further ado. Seeing them hesitant and nervous, Muzaka advises them not to be wary of Maduke as he won't say anything if they tell him they could not cope with Muzaka. He then comes up with another plan that includes Raizel. At the mention of his name, Raizel stands with a puzzled look as Muzaka explains to the werewolves that they can tell they had to fight both Muzaka and the Noblesse at the same time. That story will be more than enough to get them out of Maduke's wrath. Lunark and Kentas make another bow with gratitude and are about to take their leave.
But right then Frankenstein enters the scene along with Karias and Seira. Frankenstein is no mood to let them go. At this, Lunark counts their odds against someone like Frankenstein and two clan leaders, not to mention the Noblesse who they consider their greatest threat. She realizes that their worst fear has come true: they won't be able to get out easily and must prepare to even die. Kentas embraces the situation and starts to power up. His opponent, Frankenstein, also begins to summon his dark power.
However, Muzaka impedes on the commence of another battle. He requests Frankenstein to let the werewolves go for this once, startling the werewolf duo. Frankenstein assumes Muzaka will fight in their stead and the latter confirms it, since he can't just stand and watch his family members die. Having seen familiar family members after all this time, Muzaka wants to contemplate over this memory. Lunark and Kentas stand astounded as they look up to their ex-Lord who is marked as the 'traitor' of werewolf race but is stepping up for his family members who came to assassinate him.
Muzaka assumes that Raizel will have to join the fight now that he has decided to step in. But Frankenstein declares that only he will be Muzaka's opponent, not his master. Kentas is bewildered at the outrageous statement while Lunark wonders to herself about Frankenstein's intentions. M-21 is also startled at Frankenstein's declaration of war. However, Muzaka seems excited enough to duel with Frankenstein - a human who has surpassed the abilities of a human, one on par with clan leaders, having such powers from even before he made a contract with Raizel. All the compliments, however, do not liven up Frankenstein's mood. Then Rai interferes and reminds Frankenstein that there are injured kids around. Frankenstein quickly grasps what his master means and withdraws from the duel. Muzaka notions Lunark and Kentas to leave before Frankenstein changes his mind. After a few moments of doubt, they take their leave.
Lunark and Kentas perch on a rooftop somewhere amidst the cityscape and discuss how to report the mission failure to their Lord, Maduke. Kentas suggests to come off it clean and tell their Lord everything that has happened. Lunark, on the other hand, suggests they leave out about Muzaka. Kentas rules out her suggestion, wagering that their danger was not so great as they could have assassinated Muzaka if they went for a team attack. Lunark corrects him, reminding other factors like - the Noblesse, clan leaders and Frankenstein. She convinces her partner that their situation was a desperate one and it is only because of Muzaka that they have survived. Kentas finally accepts the fact but again reminds that Muzaka is the enemy they must kill. Lunark reluctantly gives in to the argument.
Lunark and Kentas report the mission failure to Maduke. He is shocked to find out that Muzaka escaped his grasp and chides the two for not completing their mission. Lunark retorts that the Noblesse and clan leaders were also there and there was no way for them to succeed. A voice from behind agrees with her statement and three more figures are revealed: Lagus Tradio accompanied by two young nobles (a male and a female) appears. Lagus remarks that if the Noblesse and Muzaka have teamed up, it will, indeed be a very bad situation for them.
Kentas and Lunark are suspicious but Maduke clears that they are all traitor clan leaders. Lagus remarks that it has been a few hundred years since he and Maduke have last met. Maduke asks Lagus whether he has considered his proposal. Lagus agrees - now that the Noblesse and a number of clan leaders are away from Lukedonia, the timing is perfect to pay their birthplace an overdue visit. Lunark and Kentas are alarmed at the sudden intention of war on Lukedonia while Maduke's composure proves that this plan had been previously thought out between themselves.
Kentas is present alongside Lunark when Maduke informs that they have received a letter from Lukedonia threatening them for their part in the invasion indicating that Drakun and his companions had failed. Kentas is present when Ignes offers her support to Maduke.
Kentas and Lunark discover Garda in an experiment pod at one of their clan's laboratories. They are shocked to see the honoured lady in such a state for they believed that she was executed by Maduke.
Kentas believes they shouldn't be using members of their clan as experiment specimens. He confronts Maduke about seeing Garda in the labs. Maduke coldly justifies his actions and his reasons for using Garda as an experiment specimen, saying that she and other traitors like her have been sacrificed for the good of their clan. Maduke reprimands him for trespassing in the labs, and Kentas apologises. Maduke tells him that under ordinary circumstances, he would've been punished, but due to the current crisis and his dedication to their clan, he'll spare him this time. He dismisses Kentas and instructs him to await further orders. Kentas goes to South Korea to seek out Muzaka and runs into M-21, who is guarding the area. He repeatedly warns M-21 against following him, but is annoyed when M-21 ignores his multiple warnings and continues to follow him. Kentas has finally had enough of M-21 following him and decides to deal with him, once and for all.
After a brief exchange of hostilities he tells him that he has no intention of stirring up any trouble and that he is there to meet someone. M-21 tells him that he doesn't want to follow him either, and that both of them should just focus on their jobs. Kentas asks that if he wishes to continue following him, then he has to destroy his communication device. M-21 destroys the device without any hesitation, which amuses Kentas. After wandering around for a while, he asks M-21 if there have been any other werewolves in the area. M-21 tells him about Muzaka and Kentas realises that Lunark was right, and that he is in the area. Not wanting to be indebted to M-21, he agrees to answer a question, as long as he is able to. M-21 asks if he resembles a werewolf, when he transforms. Kentas says that in his current form he's definitely a human, although he can sense a faint trace of their clan within him, however, when he transforms he's no different to one of their clan.
Kentas has stopped on a rooftop and is wondering how to meet Muzaka, his thoughts are interrupted by a rustling sound. M-21 has returned with burgers he bought from a nearby fast food joint. He throws one to Kentas, who thinks he's being attacked at first, he then sits down and eats, and the two have a nice conversation until, Juraki and Gayare make an appearance and declare that they have orders to apprehend him. Kentas realises that he's been followed since his meeting with Maduke and that the present situation is precarious for him and M-21. His premonition materialises as Gayare starts fighting M-21 after Juraki gives him an order to do so.
Kentas watches the fight, worried about M-21. After Gayare transforms, and M-21 transforms to block his attack, he senses that M-21 has become more like one of their clan, than before. He watches as M-21 manages to overpower Gayare temporarily and acknowledges that M-21's strong, but knows that he's no match for Gayare. He is relieved to see M-21 flee after catching Gayare off-guard and wonders if he also realised that he'd be no match for Gayare. However, M-21's escape is short-lived as Urne and Mirai block his way, and allow Gayare to catch up to him.
Kentas notices that Mirai and Urne came too, and realises that there's no way they'd stay out of it, if Juraki is involved. Kentas is worried about M-21. After being defeated by Gayare, Kentas steps in to save M-21, by stating that he owes him upon his honour as a warrior. Juraki consents to his request, adding that they'll take him with them, to find out how a human can have powers identical to a werewolf warrior.
Kentas is presented before Maduke in handcuffs. Maduke summons all the warriors together and declares that he wanted them to witness this. Maduke informs Kentas of his disappointment in him and declares that of all people, he wouldn't expect Kentas to betray him and their entire clan. This shocks both Kentas and Lunark. Kentas tries to defend himself saying that he would never betray their clan and what evidence he bases his accusations on. Maduke asks him why he disobeyed his orders, and left their territory in order to meet Muzaka. Lunark and Kentas are left dumbfounded at this. Realising that Maduke knows everything, and there's no way for him to talk himself out of it, Kentas feigns anger and accuses Lunark of spying on him to ensure that no one suspects her of being an accomplice. He partially transforms and moves to attack Lunark, but is stopped by Gayare, who punches him in the stomach. Kentas falls to his knees coughing up blood. Maduke asks Gayare to take the traitor away. Lunark surprised by Kentas' outburst is worried about him. Maduke turns his attention towards Lunark and states that he thought she would've been working with Kentas, but it appears as though he was wrong. Lunark now realises the motivation behind Kentas' charade. She asks Maduke if he is to be executed. Maduke replies that he is to be used as an experiment to benefit their clan.
Kentas finds himself being used as an experiment specimen. Juraki and Gayare have gone to visit him, in the lab. Kentas learns from Juraki and Gayare that the clan he has been supporting, have been using its weaker members as lab rats, resulting in the deaths of many. Kentas is angered at the corruption within his clan. Gayare and Juraki defend the experiments. M-21 wakes up after hearing them give their reasons and states they are no different to the humans. After hearing M-21 mock Gayare and seeing Gayare's reaction, Kentas begins laughing. Gayare flustered by his words, punches him repeatedly in the stomach. After Ignes arrives and Juraki and Gayare leave, M-21 tells Kentas to brace himself for the experiments to come, since they're stuck with a total lunatic.
Kentas is bloodied and worn out having undergone several torturous experiments at the hands of Ignes Kravei. She boasts about how he's better than the other test subjects that were discarded recently. Kentas asks what she's talking about, and she reveals that although she's the one conducting the experiments now, the experiments have been going on for a long time, and that when she saw the data, even she was surprised by the vast quantity. She adds that the experiments the werewolves have been conducting, were more intense and varied, than those performed by any other race and assumes it might be because of their impressive regenerative ability. She ends that the werewolves even managed to create a Chimera, and tells him to prepare for the next experiment, which because of his regeneration, can be conducted soon. With the departure of Ignes, Kentas is lost in his own thoughts, wondering how his clan could have fallen so far, and whether they're really no different to the greedy humans, who they've scorned. M-21 regains consciousness and has a friendly conversation with Kentas. Kentas wonders where he gets the guts to keep provoking people. M-21 replies that he can't just stay silent and put up with it. M-21 recalls a conversation he had with Takeo and Tao about provoking his opponent's to be one of his strengths. M-21 thinks that they must be worried about him.
M-21 and Kentas are barely clinging onto life as Ignes' experiments get increasingly brutal. Kentas' body has reached its limit due, to the experiments and he wonders aloud if the modified human is alive. M-21 answers him, proving that he is, but unfortunately he's in no better condition than Kentas. Kentas expresses his disappointment towards the warriors who are using weaker members of their clan for experiments. M-21 opens up to him about his own life as an experiment. Shortly afterwards, two werewolf scientists arrive to free Kentas. They reveal that they started as scientists as they were weak and thought they could help their clan with scientific research. Sadly they lacked influence and power to stop the use of their clan members for experiments and had no choice but to follow the orders of their Lord. They both agree that they can't allow Kentas' life end like this, so they set him free and asks that he uses this opportunity to help others like them. Kentas is glad to know that people who agree with him exist in the clan but he tells them not to save him as that would make them traitors in the eyes of Maduke. The two scientists state that they've already come too far, to turn back now and whatever they do, the outcome will be the same. Knowing full well the weight of their decision, they still free M-21 and Kentas. M-21 and Kentas are both physically exhausted from the injuries they acquired during Ignes' experiments. They introduce themselves to each other as the two walk towards the labs exit.
M-21 and Kentas are resting, close to the lab, since nobody will suspect they're hiding so close to the base. They stumble across a room full of dead werewolf specimens in tanks. Kentas breaks down and is distraught, after witnessing the misery of the weaker members of his clan. M-21 is shocked at the sight and wonders what grotesque experiments were being carried out. Suddenly, three werewolves enter the lab to leave new werewolf specimens on the orders of the warriors and the Lord. They don't like doing this to their own people but they have no choice as refusing to follow orders would mean suffering the same fate as the experimental specimens. They are confronted by Kentas who blames them for the condition of the werewolves in the lab. He denounces them furiously for casting away their dignity as werewolves. He is about to kill the two werewolves he caught but the remaining werewolf says that they were only following the orders of their Lord. Kentas realises his mistake and lets them leave knowing that the weak members of his clan have no choice but to follow the orders of their Lord. He apologises to M-21 and the latter brushes off the apology. M-21 tells him to help the werewolves he can instead of throwing away his life by confronting his clan. Kentas regains his senses and compliments M-21's sense.
Kentas and M-21 destroy the labs in the werewolf fortress, then make their escape. Although recovering, both are still far from top physical shape. After exchanging dialogues of trust and camaraderie, Kentas and M-21 decide to part and go separate ways. Kentas attempts to buy M-21 some time by transforming and releasing his aura, but he is soon caught and finds himself facing off against four werewolf warriors in his exhausted state. When Kentas tells them that dozens of werewolves were sacrificed in the labs, to his horror, Uzhir casually remarks that he had expected a higher death toll. Kentas attacks them on learning that they had recently dispatched henchmen to gather more subjects. Uzhir confesses that he wanted to fight Kentas for a long time because of his sanctimonious ideals about the pride of their clan and fights him. Kentas is at a disadvantage because his body is far from its normal state and starts losing ground. Gayare intervenes, expressing his desire to fight Kentas and settle their differences once and for all. Uzhir reluctantly concedes and allows Gayare to battle Kentas.
Kentas battles Gayare, but is easily overpowered, due to Ignes' experiments. Gayare manages to gain the upper hand and while questioning Kentas about his reasons for destroying the lab, he informs him that the Lord has ordered them to gather the weak members of their species for experimentation. At this an enraged Kentas, attacks Gayare and manages to push him back, much to the surprise of the other werewolves watching.
Kentas and Gayare continue their fight as Gotaru, Uzhir and the other warriors watch. Uzhir is impressed by Kentas' resilience, the other warriors are unimpressed, however, Uzhir remarks that he'd like to see Kentas' power, when he's in his normal state. Gayare recalls speaking to Kentas in the past. Kentas didn't want to accept modification as he believed that it wasn't honourable. When Gayare asks if the Warriors who accepted modification have dishonoured the clan, Kentas says that he respects the wishes of the warriors but he won't follow suit. Gayare resents Kentas due to Kentas' endless potential, whereas Gayare had reached his limit and accepted modification to break through his limitations. Kentas, on the other hand, kept overcoming his own limitations and kept getting stronger even without physical modification, something Gayare was unable to accomplish. Kentas sincerely believed that everyone could overcome their limitations like him, given enough time, unaware of how much Gayare had been suffering for not being able to do so, thus unintentionally wounding Gayare's self-esteem. Back in the present, Gayare defeats Kentas by using the powers he gained from the experiments, while continually mocking Kentas. Kentas who was in no condition to fight, to begin with, collapses. Ignes arrives at the scene with a badly injured M-21. M-21 tries to wake Kentas up, by reminding him of his duties and the promise he made to the clan members who lost their lives due to the greed of their clan but is quickly brutalised into silence by Ignes. Kentas staggers forth to attack her with an energy beam, which she blocks. Much to the shock of the werewolves and Ignes, Kentas is back on his feet.
Kentas looks at an unconscious M-21, and is saddened that he wasn't able to escape. Ignes is impressed with Kentas as he can still stand even after her experiments and his fight with Gayare, she rambles on her hypothesis, which irritates Gayare. Gayare tells Ignes to get lost, unless she has a death wish. When she refuses, Gayare approaches her, ready to make good on his threat. Uzhir stops Gayare from fighting with Ignes, reminding him that she is doing important work for their Lord. Uzhir also tells Ignes to not interfere as the matter is between warriors of their race. Ignes, thinks it's better to leave, as she notices the other 4 warriors aren't happy with her presence either. She leaves to let them settle their score of sanctimonious pride, and takes M-21 with her back to her lab, intending to take all her frustration out on him. Kentas shouts for her to stop but she's already gone with her captive. Gayare mocks Kentas for showing such feelings for a human. Kentas says that the human is better than them, seeing as how they are killing their own kind for their own greed and justifying their deeds. M-21, on the other hand, even though he's a different species, mourned the deaths of the unjustly victimised lesser werewolves. When Gayare accuses Kentas of defending a human over his clan, Kentas mocks them and denounces they're no longer fit to be called members of their clan. Gayare is aggravated, and asks Kentas if he believes that he has shown him the limit of the powers he has acquired. Gayare releases his aura and transforms further, he launches an attack, with the intention of killing Kentas, regardless of Maduke's orders. Kentas thinks that no matter what happens, he'll never lose to that power. Kentas blocks Gayare's attack. Gayare isn't able to overpower Kentas though Gayare believes that Kentas won't be able to hold out for too long. Kentas and Gayare continue their fight, matching each other blow for blow.
Kentas and Gayare continue their battle. Gayare is unnerved at how Kentas can not only withstand his attacks but also continue to unleash powerful blows, in his worn out state, yet he is unable to defeat Kentas, even after accepting the new power. As the fight wears on, Gayare gets more and more frustrated. Kentas states that he always thought that it was a difference of opinion. Kentas believed that those who accepted the new power through physical modification, did so for the well being of their clan, and he respected that, until he witnessed the dead bodies of werewolves in the lab and listened to his pursuers who view the fallen werewolves as nothing more than dispensable tools for their own selfish benefits. Kentas declares that they are no longer warriors, and their choices go far beyond a mere difference of opinion. At this Gayare slashes at Kentas and manages to stab him through the stomach with his hand. Uzhir believes the fight to be over, however Kentas grabs Gayare's arm, gathers as much strength as he can muster and telling Gayare to ask for forgiveness from those who died for his selfish desires in the afterlife, unleashes his most powerful attack. Gayare loses his right arm, along with a significant portion of his chest, as well as his left hand. Gayare falls the the ground in shock at his defeat, and dies.
Kentas falls to the ground exhausted. Uzhir tells him that he acknowledges his strength, but he shouldn't have fought with him when he's not in his optimal state. Uzhir mentions that he fought him for old times' sake and that even if they hadn't fought, the ending was already predetermined. Kentas responds that its not over yet and that he can continue. Uzhir comments that he doesn't understand why he's forcing himself to continue, and that it was a surprise that he managed to beat Gayare, but that was only because he hadn't used up all of his strength. Uzhir asks if he thinks he can beat them in his current condition when he can barely stand, or did he suffer one to many blows to the head. Kentas gets to his feet and declares that he doesn't think he can beat him, and that he's fighting to the end as a warrior for his people, who were betrayed by the Lord and the warriors they trusted to protect them. Gotaru shouts to Uzhir asking how long he's going to listen to Kentas spout such nonsense and if he doesn’t want to finish off Kentas, tell him and he'll do it. Before Uzhir can respond a voice asks them what's wrong, and whether it's hard for them to hear what Kentas is saying because they feel guilty. The warriors are left in shock as Muzaka and Rai make their appearance.
Kentas is startled by Muzaka's arrival. Muzaka states that they were heading to Maduke's location, when he heard the commotion at Kentas' location and decided to check it out. He asks Kentas how long he's been here, stating that he and Lunark were looking for him, but if he'd known Kentas' whereabouts beforehand, he wouldn't have suggested they separate. Kentas is surprised that Lunark brought Muzaka to the werewolves' territory to save him. Kentas begins coughing up blood. Muzaka asks Kentas about M-21's location. Kentas wonders if he's talking about M-21, and whether the Noblesse has come to rescue M-21. Kentas tells them that he was captured by a Noble named Ignes, while they were making their escape, and he was taken back to the lab. Rai is shocked by the revelation and asks for confirmation, which he gets from Kentas. Kentas tells him they destroyed several research facilities near the lab, where M-21 has been taken, so he just needs to head for a place with smoke coming from it. Muzaka instructs Rai to go on ahead. Rai takes his leave. Muzaka asks the warriors, if they'd like to get started, with their business.
Gotaru is still reeling from Rai's attack. Muzaka tells the warriors that he would like to go on a rampage, but he has something he'd like to ask them first. Uzhir wonders what he could possibly want to ask them. Muzaka asks if it's true the Maduke has been sacrificing their people to increase his power and whether they and the other 'so-called warriors' are going along with it. The blue-faced werewolf laughs, before enquiring when Muzaka last set foot in their territory, since betraying them, and asks if that's all he has to say after returning to their homeland for the first time in centuries. Uzhir states that if he truly wishes for an answer then he'll tell him, and confirms Muzaka's suspicions, adding it's how they made their people stronger. The blue-faced wolf wonders why Muzaka came to their land, and whether it was just to ask that, before adding that it seems like the traitor still considers himself a Lord. Muzaka is angered by the blue-faced wolf's dismissal, before shouting back, they have no problem with using their own people to gain power, and if that's the way a Lord and his warriors should behave. Kentas is surprised by Muzaka's outburst. Uzhir retorts that it seems any further conversations with him will be meaningless, and tells him that he's mistaken about something. He's no longer their Lord, but a traitor who abandoned them long ago. Suddenly, the blue-faced werewolf attacks Muzaka from behind, declaring that he's just their prey. Muzaka grits his teeth and transforms. He turns and attacks the blue-faced werewolf, pushing him back. Kentas and the other warriors are shocked to see this. The blue-faced werewolf is injured, as Muzaka follows up his attack by slashing at him, thus pushing back even further, before he can finish off the blue-faced werewolf, Muzaka senses something from behind, and blocks a punch from the green-haired werewolf. The green-haired wolf glares at Muzaka, just as Muzaka grabs him and swings him round by the wrist, before knocking him into the ground. Muzaka then stomps on the green-haired werewolves' stomach burying him even further. Muzaka senses something and is unable to avoid an attack by Uzhir. The blow pushes him back. Muzaka steadies himself and faces the three warriors, who in turn have gathered themselves and glare back at the former werewolf Lord. Kentas is worried by the turn of events, as he's still to injured to help. Muzaka tells the werewolves they're right, and there's no need for them to continue talking.
Muzaka transforms into combat mode. Kentas is surprised to see Muzaka's true form. The blue-faced werewolf thinks this is bad. Uzhir comments that Muzaka may have been the one who led them, but he'll show him how different things are now and clenches his fists. Uzhir, the green-haired werewolf and the blue-faced werewolf transform a second time. Muzaka questions whether their second transformation and the increase in power is due to the new power they've obtained. Uzhir confirms Muzaka's suspicions, adding that this is the power the Maduke and the warriors have achieved so far. Uzhir continues that he didn't think all of them would need to fight him together, but after seeing his power, it looks like they have no other choice. Uzhir begins the attack, telling Muzaka not to resent them for the measures they have to take. Uzhir launches a punch against Muzaka, which Muzaka blocks easily. Uzhir attempts to use his free hand to launch a second punch and manages to push Muzaka back. Uzhir launches punch after punch against Muzaka, and Muzaka blocks all of them while being pushed back. Gotaru who is watching the battle from the sidelines, excitedly supports his team. Gotaru yells for them to keep charging at Muzaka and since Muzaka's a remnant of the past, getting rid of him will be easy for them now. Muzaka having had enough of being pushed back, regains his composure and slashes at Uzhir. Muzaka follows up the attack with a more powerful slash, dealing severe injuries to Uzhir in the process. While Muzaka is focused on Uzhir and pushing him back, the green-haired werewolf attacks Muzaka from behind. Muzaka senses the attack, and blocks it breaking the green-haired werewolf's hand. The blue-faced werewolf attacks Muzaka from behind and manages to land a blow against Muzaka. Muzaka regains his balance quickly, turns around and rushes towards the blue-faced werewolf, slashing him across the face, causing him to cry out in pain, holding his face. Muzaka then punches him in the stomach, sending him flying. Uzhir uses the opportunity to attack Muzaka from behind and manages to land his attack, sending Muzaka flying. Kentas cries out worried for Muzaka, as Muzaka manages to stop himself. No sooner than Muzaka stops himself, the green-haired werewolf launches a head on attack against Muzaka. Muzaka gathers his strength and severs the green-haired werewolf's left arm at the elbow. Muzaka then launches a follow up attack on the blue-faced werewolf, killing him instantly. The green-haired werewolf is worried and begins to sweat. Muzaka slams him to the ground, smashing his face in the process. Muzaka then picks up the green-haired werewolf like a rag doll and is about to finish him off when Uzhir intervenes. Uzhir fires an energy beam at Muzaka, which hits him in the back. Muzaka is thrown forward, still holding the green-haired werewolf. Uzhir attacks Muzaka from behind, however Muzaka throws the green-haired werewolf at Uzhir who catches his comrade. Uzhir is angry, however, he doesn't have any time to react since Muzaka unleashes a powerful slash attack against him and the green-haired werewolf. The blast hits both werewolves with Gotaru and Kentas shielding themselves from the blast of the impact. Muzaka is worn out, as Uzhir sinks to his knees, his body injured and in ruins. The green-haired werewolf has been wiped out of existence. Muzaka notices their lack of strength and asks if they're really warriors. Muzaka tells Uzhir that aside from him, the other warriors were nothing more than trash, unworthy of their titles. Gotaru is shocked by what he's witnessed and wonders what happened, since their Lord said they'd be more than capable of capturing Muzaka on their own. Gotaru staggers back out of fear. Kentas too, is awestruck by the power of their former Lord. Muzaka bitterly questions Uzhir, if this is all he got in return for sacrificing their own people.
Seeing Uzhir defeated, Gotaru flees the scene to inform Maduke. Kentas is about to chase after him, but is stopped by Muzaka, who asks if all the so-called warriors are like the ones he's just fought. Kentas informs him, that around half of them received the new power after, earning their qualification as warriors. Muzaka thinks it'll be tough to face ones like that and enquires if Dorant is one of them. Kentas replies he is, to which Muzaka replies, if Dorant had more power it could cause problems for him.
Kentas questions whether Dorant is strong enough, that even Muzaka would acknowledge him. Muzaka replies that he doesn't know about Dorant's strength, since he always spends time alone, but when he knew him in the past, he always thought that Dorant would become the Lord after him. Kentas is surprised at this, and asks about Maduke's and Zaiga's chances. Muzaka explains that although they fought him for the position of Lord, and they have considerable strength, they're part of Muzaka's generation, and he was certain that as long as he lead their people, those two wouldn't become Lord, although it would appear he's now wrong. Muzaka explains that Dorant grew in strength quicker than all the young werewolves back then and was able to surpass everyone in time, even back then, whenever Muzaka saw him, he thought that if he ever lost his title as Lord someday it would be because of Dorant and not Zaiga or Maduke. Kentas wonders if Dorant is strong enough for Muzaka to think that. Muzaka responds he is, since enough time has passed for him to grow, not to mention he accepted the new power, so he can't comprehend the strength he must've achieved by now.
Having arrived with Lord Muzaka, Kentas looks down at an unconscious Dorant and wonders if this is really the work of a human. He begins to sweat, when he realises that Frankenstein managed to defeat Dorant, the werewolf who Lord Muzaka acknowledged as his successor. Watching the exchange between Muzaka and Frankenstein, Kentas has to shield himself when the two release their energies.
Dorant regains consciousness and is surprised to see Kentas. Kentas explains that he survived due to Muzaka's intervention. Dorant asks Kentas where Muzaka is now. Kentas tells him that Muzaka has gone to rescue Garda. Dorant is shocked, since he thought Maduke had Garda executed. Kentas says it isn't surprising Dorant is unaware of the current situation, since he only focused on gaining strength. In a flashback, Muzaka recalls Kentas telling him about Garda's current situation.
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M-21: Kentas develops a bond of camaraderie with M-21. Although, the first time they meet, Kentas loathed the very existence of a human who mimicked their race's features. He considered M-21 as one of the power-hungry humans. After spending time looking for Muzaka, getting captured and facing brutal experiments of Ignes together, Kentas learns more about M-21's sad past and detest on modification. He is reminded of his duties as a warrior and motivated by M-21 to protect and fight for the weak.
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Lunark:Kentas shares a strong bond with Lunark, as she is The only werewolf who had Kentas back and agreed with his idea that power should be obtained by themselves, he protects her even when he gets branded a traitor, blaming Lunark to prevent suspicion from forming around her, she is his second in command.
Muzaka: Much is unknown about their relationship, as Kentas had believed that Muzaka had betrayed his kind, but still had ventured out, disobeying the Lord's orders, to find Muzaka because he thought Muzaka could guide his people in the right direction. When finding out Muzaka did not betray the werewolves, he felt deeply ashamed, because if so, then the werewolves had betrayed Muzaka. He was then announced as the werewolves Lord by Muzaka.
Powers & Abilities
Kentas is a very powerful warrior of his kind. He was able to fight on even grounds with Rajak Kertia, a Noble Clan Leader while stating that he wasn't fighting seriously. Despite being in a severely weakened state due to being used as a test subject, he was able to defeat Gayare, a powerful warrior that accepted physical enhancements. He became the werewolf Lord which is only given to the strongest member of their race.
As a werewolf, Kentas can transform from his human form to a more wolf-like form. This transformation causes his body to grow long, grayish-brown fur and cause his muscle mass to vastly increase. After transforming, his physical abilities are enhanced greatly.
As a werewolf, Kentas possesses enhanced strength, speed, and most importantly, superior regenerative abilities. Apart from hand-to-hand combat, he generally uses a skill that results in the release of massive claw-shaped energy waves that can obliterate the surrounding area. His speed and strength are argued to be equal or superior to that of Rajak, as he said that he was only playing with Rajak after wounding him severely. He has also demonstrated sonic howls, which were able to destroy the surrounding area. When battling Gayare, despite being in a severely weakened state, he displayed monstrous strength and endurance.
Regeneration: As a werewolf, Kentas possesses superior regeneration that allows him to focus more on trading blows with his enemies.
As a warrior, Kentas possesses an immense amount of spiritual energy (aura) that is equal to clan leaders. He is very skilled at manipulating his aura, shown when he fires a aura blasts at Ignes Kravei.