He had long, red hair that extended past his shoulders and the characteristic crimson eyes of a noble. His left eye was injured by Frankenstein and is covered with an eye patch with a cross on it. As a clan leader, he used to be dressed in black attire like the other clan leaders. As a Union Elder, he wears a white robe over a pair of white trousers.
Urokai is very talkative, highly jealous, angry, and spiteful, and expresses negative emotions in a very strong and explosive manner. It is revealed that he betrayed Raizel out of feeling unappreciated and jealousy. Urokai accused Raizel of displaying indifference toward those who followed him (including Urokai); yet he took Frankenstein, 'a puny mortal', under his wings over other nobles. Furthermore, this feeling was strengthened by the fact that Raizel would kill the members of his own race for the sake of humans. Thus, Urokai agreed to eliminate him to 'correct' him of his 'wrong' path. This is also seemingly why he resented humans.
Raizel declaring that he respected the traitors's deeds because that was their will, even though it was an act of treachery and therefore responding in his usual stoic manner, enraged Urokai even more. It would seem Urokai had wanted Raizel to notice him.
After being defeated by Raizel, Urokai asked whether their betrayal had really not caused him anger. Raizel responded that it had only caused him to feel sorrow. Realising that Raizel cared for him, he felt regret. Urokai apologised to Raizel for making him feel sad, before entering eternal sleep. In Raizel's flashbacks after the battle, Urokai and Zarga can be seen visiting him in his mansion, with Urokai bringing him tea that he had practised making. This further suggests his wish and his determination to gain it through more proper means in the past.
Urokai was the leader of the Agvain Clan and one of the traitor nobles who betrayed the current Lord and Raizel. His left eye was lost in a fight with Frankenstein in the earlier days of Frankenstein's arrival in Lukedonia . He was directly involved with the incident that triggered Raizel to exhaust his life force and enter hibernation. At some point Urokai later become a part of the Union as the 6th Elder after leaving Lukedonia.
Urokai makes his appearance during the fight between Frankenstein and Lunark. He wonders why the fight is still going on and sarcastically taunts 8th for his injuries. After Urokai has a brief conversation with the Elders and Frankenstein, he requests to fight Frankenstein to settle an old score but Lunark denies his request and he has to spend his time watching their battle.
Eventually, Urokai begins to take a more offensive approach when Frankenstein begins to attack both him and Zarga while he was being possessed by Dark Spear. Urokai releases his soul weapon and clashes with Frankenstein for a little while until Lunark tells him to fall back (much to his displeasure). Urokai backs off and observes the battle between Lunark and Frankenstein once more while commenting on Frankenstein's power in his new form.
Eventually, Urokai interrupts their fight by throwing his soul weapon at Frankenstein and the damage from the blow makes the latter revert back to his normal form. Urokai laughs maniacally for his successful hit on him while taunting him about how he simply used Frankenstein's own dirty tactics against him.
Urokai takes charge of the battle due to Lunark losing interest thanks to the interference and begins to clash with Frankenstein. Owing to his injuries, he is overpowered by Urokai without much effort. During the battle, Urokai is reproached by Lunark about whether he is really enjoying beating up someone who is barely able to fight. However, Urokai doesn't suppress his delight as he continues to attack Frankenstein and even claims that Frankenstein was the reason he had left Lukedonia. Eventually, Seira steps in the battle and manages to protect Frankenstein from Urokai's attack. She begins to engage in battle with him, an attempt which he quickly overwhelms and almost kills her when she is rescued by Rajak (which leaves Urokai shocked to see current nobles have to help each other in fights). He then attempts to finish all three of them with another energy attack, however, it is blocked by Raizel who has just arrived at the battle scene.
Surprised to find Raizel alive after so long a period of time, both Urokai and Zarga greet him and wonder if he wants to know why they had betrayed him. However, Raizel declares that he respects their decisions. This statement alone makes Urokai furious. He assumes that Raizel doesn't care for them at all and so it doesn't matter to him why they had betrayed him back then. Urokai and Zarga make a joint attack on Raizel. However, Raizel outmatches them and sentences them to forced eternal sleep.
As his body starts to disintegrate into blood crystals, Urokai asks Raizel for the last time whether he actually felt no anger after knowing everything. Raizel replies that what he felt wasn't anger but sadness. Urokai apologizes to Raizel as he fully disintegrates into thin air.
This is a flashback arc where the incidents from the past unfold. It was shortly after Frankenstein had started residing with Raizel in Lukedonia. Urokai was one of the six clan leaders who used to visit the Noblesse rather often compared to the others. Their visits became more frequent after the arrival of the infamous human.
On one such occasion, Urokai and Roctis visited the Noblesse's mansion and met Raizel alone in his room. Urokai, angry with the human getting chance to live with Raizel, was constantly asking whether the human troubled him. Receiving no answer from the other end, Urokai wished to brew Raizel some tea but was further shocked to see the already served tea on the table (clearly brewed by 'the human'). After Raizel's inquiry regarding their frequent visits, they revealed that they were running an errand for the Lord who wished to meet Frankenstein.
Urokai and Roctis approached Frankenstein and Ragar who were on a short break from their sparring session. Urokai started by chiding Ragar for training with the newcomer but the latter responded that he found training with Frankenstein quite helpful. Frankenstein taunted Urokai for scorning a human, further infuriating the clan leader who said that he only rebuked the likes of him whose lust for power made them lower than humans and stated the real reason for his dislike of him: he got to stay with 'him'! Interference from Ragar prevented further commotions and the two clan leaders revealed the reason for their errand after which Ragar took Frankenstein to answer the Lord's summon.
Urokai, accompanied by Zarga and Roctis, approached Frankenstein again while the latter was on his way back to the mansion. When Frankenstein showed reluctance at engaging in any conversation with them, Urokai started brandishing his fury against Frankenstein, telling he would not let him get away forever just because the Lord and Raizel had shown him leniency. Frankenstein's provocative replies did little but fuel his fury even more. Urokai demanded that he leabe Lukedonia instantly to which Frankenstein reminded that he was not staying at Urokai's house, hinting that Urokai had no authority to tell him to leave. Urokai accused Frankenstein of having hidden intentions for staying with Raizel. This accusation compelled Frankenstein to reveal his own suspicions regarding them, the six particular clan leaders who showed an undue interest in Raizel.
Afterwards, the three clan leaders, along with another clan leader called Lagus Tradio, held a meeting regarding Frankenstein. Urokai relinquished his intolerance of the human abiding under the protection of Raizel. After they had come to agreement that Frankenstein poised an obvious threat to their plans, Lagus suggested a way to get rid of him. They schemed to trigger Frankenstein's outbursts against him and Lagus conjured a pendant which he was given by the humans with the belief that it would drive Frankenstein mad. Urokai voluntarily took the item, along with the responsibility of finishing his arch nemesis - Frankenstein.
Urokai seized his opportunity to duel Frankenstein when they (the four clan leaders) came across Frankenstein and Gejutel in the palace hallway, learning from the latter that Frankenstein required a partner for sparring as Gejutel had other engagements.
This led to the battle where Urokai lost his eye to Frankenstein. He was tricked by Frankenstein's provocation and charged with his attacks at the opponent who had been holding off so that Urokai underestimated him. It provided the chance for a sudden, full-on strike of Dark Spear which took Urokai's left eye. The battle came to a halt and Frankenstein was about to retreat with a jeer, however, was stopped by Urokai who showed him an item he claimed to have picked up from the ground. Just as Frankenstein's eyes beheld the pendant, he got into a fit of rage and went berserk, being consumed by Dark Spear. Urokai had his wish fulfilled as he could finally engage into a battle to death. They continued their rampage of fury attacking each other but their final blows were blocked by the Lord and Raizel.
Urokai was reprimanded by the Lord and ordered to stand back. He appeared to be shocked when he witnessed Raizel saving Frankenstein. Later, he was in a meeting and when asked as to why he was not letting his eye heal by the Lord, he said that it's to remind him to not be arrogant and look down on humans. As he left it's revealed that it's actually to seek revenge on Frankenstein. Frankenstein also asked him the same question and he repeated his lie. Then, when asked on how he got Tesamu's pendant, he lied and said it was by a human who wanted them to get rid of Frankenstein. When asked why he lied in the battle, Urokai said it was because he was frustrated and didn't want to end the fight as the loser so he provoked him. When leaving he made an extremely angered expression.
Raizel has a flashback in which he is enjoying one of the visits by all of the traitors.
Urokai is shown in the meeting that the traitors have. He questions whether Raizel will really fight Muzaka since he is his only friend. He is also present with all the other clan leaders when Gejutel reports the situation to the previous Lord. At the massive outburst of power released by Raizel to defeat Muzaka, Urokai is shown turning in its direction in the throne room.
Cadis Etrama Di Raizel: Urokai admired him greatly and referred to him with respect. He wanted to be noticed by Raizel and would do things for him like make tea. When Frankenstein arrived his resentment grew as he felt as if he was considered insignificant despite all his efforts, compared to Frankenstein who had done nothing for Raizel at the time. Before his death he apologised to Raizel, showing that he still cared deeply for him and regretted his actions.
Clan Leaders: Urokai is one as well and as such acquainted with all the clan leaders from when he was in Lukedonia. This includes both those from the previous Lord's rule and Raskreia's rule. After leaving Lukedonia they view him as a traitor.
Erga Kenesis Di Raskreia: He served her for approximately a 100 years before leaving with the traitors, and is as such viewed as one by her.
Ragar Kertia: They are fellow clan leaders and seemed to be on neutral, if not friendly, terms. Ragar does however say that Urokai usually isn't so talkative which might be an indicator that they are not close though nothing is known.
Roctis Kravei: The two seem to be spend time with each other, though whether this is because they spent time with Raizel, are both traitors, or due to some other reason, is unknown.
The Previous Lord: After the fight with Frankenstein that left him with only one eye he acted as if he had repented in front of the Lord. This is presumably because he does not wish to incur punishment and wants to have an easier time plotting for revenge against Frankenstein. The Lord does not suspect his betrayal which shows that he either trusts him or simply didn't think that anyone was capable of such a thing.
Traitor Nobles: Once they would all visit Raizel and enjoy each other's company (aside from Ignes). As such he may have been closer to them than other Clan Leaders. Whether Urokai was aware of factors such as Edian being drugged is unknown.
Zarga Siriana: Urokai is always seen with Zarga and he is aware of Urokai's quirks like the type of tea he makes. Whether this means that he is closer to him than others is unknown but he seems to be comfortable enough to argue with him out of fun. When Frankenstein damages his eye he is the only one to outwardly show concern, instead of just shock. Zarga also is always keeping Urokai under control, whether it's to prevent him from attacking Frankenstein, saying things, or otherwise.
Elders: Some of his fellow elders are modified humans. His relationship with them is unknown.
Frankenstein: From when Raizel first took Frankenstein in, Urokai has resented him out of envy. This grew into him wanting to get rid of Frankenstein even if it meant killing him. When they 'sparred', he lost his eye to him which only fuelled his hatred more. When fighting him again in present day he stated that he left Lukedonia to find him, showing just how much Urokai hated him. At his death he apologised to Raizel but there is nothing to indicate whether his feelings towards Frankenstein changed.
Lunark: The two are fellow Elders. They seem to be on at least neutral terms and Urokai is aware that she has not fought for a while which suggests that he may get on with her better than shown in his appearance.
Maduke: They are fellow Elders. He is aware of his existence as he and the other traitors work together with him to get rid of Muzaka and Raizel. The depth of their relationship is unknown.
Muzaka: He and the other traitors work together to get rid of him. Muzaka also visits Lukedonia though it is unknown if Urokai has met him face-to-face.
Powers & Abilities
As a former clan leader and the 6th Elder, Urokai was a powerful individual. He showed his prowess by being able to fight Frankenstein. He is assumed to have basic noble abilities.
Dragus: Urokai's soul weapon is a glaive. Its characteristics are similar to the Landegre soul weapon Regasus. Urokai has shown remarkable efficiency with it when he showed up as an Elder. He used Dragus to deflect Frankenstein's attacks with relative ease. He has also been shown to fire long range energy attacks with his pole arm.
Hydra/Dragon: Urokai and Zarga's unique energy beam which is first seen used against Raizel. Zarga and Urokai release a massive amount of stored up aura energy from their soul weapons, and create an enormous creature that seems to be a cross between a traditional Chinese dragon and the Greek Hydra. It has a long serpentine body, similar to an Eastern Asian dragon, however, it has multiple serpents protruding from its mane. The creature's size dwarfs hundreds of city blocks. The energy beast flies toward the target, and collides into its enemy with jaws open wide, with force of several large bombs.
As a former noble clan leader and one of the Union Elders, Urokai possesses incredible abilities. Urokai has vast amounts of strength, being able destroy the surrounding area and create large craters with casual punches. He is fast enough to keep up with extremely fast opponents such as Frankenstein, who is easily hypersonic. Urokai is also able to endure his attacks, which can easily destroy dozens city blocks.
He possesses an immense amount of raw spiritual energy (aura). His spiritual energy is red, similar to Raizel's aura, and the way it is manipulated is very similar to Frankenstein's aura. After he has summoned his soul weapon, he can shoot aura energy projectiles from his weapon.
Energy Serpents: Urokai can create multiple individual snakes out of aura energy. These snakes strike with enormous force and seem to explode on contact with enemy. However, they can also be used to strangle the opponent, slash the opponent with their fangs, or hold them down.