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|“||Because you will be… our champion!||„|
|~ Bellroc telling Morgana why she was brought back to life.|
|“||IT… IS… TIME!!!||„|
|~ Bellroc, unlocking the Genesis Seals alongside Skrael and Nari.|
|“||LET THE EARTH BEGIN ANEW!||„|
|~ Bellroc as she unleashes the Fire Titan.|
Bellroc is the main antagonist of the Tales of Arcadia franchise, serving as the unseen overarching antagonist of the first installment Trollhunters and the second installment 3Below, one of the two main antagonists of the third installment Wizards (alongside Skrael) and the main antagonist of the fourth and final installment Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans. She is also the unseen overarching antagonist of the video game Trollhunters: Defenders of Arcadia.
She is the leader of the Arcane Order, the creators of the universe themselves, who seeks to capture Nari to destroy the Genesis Seals so that they can unleash uncontrolled magic to erase their own creation from existence and remake the Earth, using the Titans to do so. She and Skrael are the archenemies of Hisirdoux "Douxie" Casperan and Nari, and were the masters of King Arthur and Morgana, before the latter's redemption.
Her male voice was voiced by Piotr Michael, who also voiced Skrael, the Fearless Leader in the 2018 reboot of The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show and Major Threat in Wander Over Yonder. Her female voice was voiced by Kay Bess, who also voiced Ana in Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Bellroc has gray skin and used to have orange eyes until Callista, who was Deya the Deliverer, slashed them off during the Battle of Killahead Bridge, after which she wears a black blindfold with red markings. She also wears a bird-like creature's skull, pauldrons on her shoulders which function as another pair of eyes, and a cape with black feathers. She also has red hair and is taller than Skrael, and wields a staff that aligns with her element of fire.
Bellroc is a hateful demigod who is cruel and merciless in her actions. She hates humanity and believes that the latter cannot change from their wrongdoings, which is primarily because she and the rest of the Arcane Order saw humanity's corruption and thus sought to protect the balance between mankind and magic.
However, this was only by her own twisted standards as her version of the balance was that magic would overthrow mankind as the dominant force, and plus, she only brought misery and calamity through their actions instead of true balance. It was because of this that Nari tries to convince her and Skrael to change because the pain and suffering she felt was never worth it, but they never listened to her about their motives nor acknowledged the result of their actions, and instead remained in their evil ways. This shows how hypocritical and self-righteous her ambitions truly are as she accuses humanity of being corrupt, even though she is corrupt herself.
She was also manipulative towards Morgana, claiming that she is the Arcane Order's "champion" when she was really used as their pawn so they can get what they want, and even killing King Arthur in front of her, telling her that King Arthur was Merlin's puppet and that she must prove her loyalty.
When she and Skrael summoned Morgana from the Shadow Realm after she failed to play her part in their plan, they berate her for never finishing her purpose to fix their balance, so they now want to use the Genesis Seals to unleash uncontrollable magic to destroy the entire universe, which would include not only humanity, but also the magical and extraterrestrial beings living in it, and then remake the Earth in their own image.
Bellroc was also completely selfish, truly caring about no one but herself and not even the well-being of other magical creatures, which is shown through her treatment of Morgana; it's also shown when she outright attacks Deya and tells her that she means nothing to her and the Arcane Order, even though Deya is a troll, which is a type of magical creature.
She don't even have any caring nor protection for Skrael because their relationship only goes as far as partnership, and when he dies, she continues to move the Fire Titan to the Heartstone in Arcadia so that the Earth would be reborn only by her element of fire, without any sign of caring about him in the slightest.
Unlike Skrael, Bellroc was so impulsive to the point she decided to make the move to intervene at the Battle of Killahead Bridge despite his warnings, foreshadowing her getting her eyes slashed out by Deya the Deliverer, the first Trollhunter. She also gets furious when Skrael kept torturing Steve, though this was only because he was interrupting his or her monologue towards Douxie and Merlin in their fortress. However, after using arson in GDT Arcane Books, Bellroc does feel calmer as it helps her think and come up with a plan in order to reach their common goal of destroying the universe and remaking the world as she saw fit.
She also has a shade of sadism, though it is not as extreme as Skrael's, as shown when he or she was smiling as Skrael was telling Morgana that it was King Arthur, the Green Knight, who gave them both the idea of releasing her from the Shadow Realm. While fighting Jim, her sadism was only meant to break his spirit so that he wouldn't even try to stop her nor the Arcane Order, taunting him that he is nothing without the Amulet of Daylight, which she previously used to free Morgana from the Shadow Realm.
Bellroc also showed a level of sadism in Rise of the Titans that largely surpassed her sadism in Wizards, when she sadistically taunts Jim about the destruction of the amulet and calls him powerless without the amulet and treats him like a helpless little boy, and took her time torturing him.
Despite this, Bellroc seems to have an extremely little amount of compassion, as shown when she advised Jim to spend time with his loved ones before she remaked the world. However, it isn't truly genuine since this was only to goad Jim into giving up his fight against her as she is mere seconds away from connecting to the Heartstone, suggesting it was all he could do at that point. It is heavily implied that she was going to kill Jim anyway without letting him return to his loved ones, as when Jim says that he will still fight her, Bellroc mocks him about dying alone before claiming that he is unable to be a hero without armor nor an amulet.
In the end, she no longer cares about restoring the balance between magic and mortal and now only cares about eradicating all of reality itself and remaking the Earth anew as the only thing left, by using Skrael and Nari to break the Genesis Seals alongside her and unleash the Titans upon the world to connect them to the last living Heartstone in Arcadia, simply because she and Skrael saw Morgana as a failure, which was why Nari renounced the Arcane Order in the first place.
Powers and Abilities
|“||Raze the foundations! Find the Seals! Leave his allies no place to hide!||„|
|~ Bellroc demonstrating her leadership over the Arcane Order by ordering them to find the Genesis Seals and the Guardians of Arcadia.|
As a demigod who is over is eons old, the leader of the Arcane Order, and one of the most powerful beings in existence, Bellroc proves to be a very powerful and formidable opponent even without the Fire Titan, making her very capable of widespread devastation. This makes her one of the most dangerous opponents that the Guardians of Arcadia have ever faced.
- Pyrokinesis: Bellroc can use her magic to create flames at her will. This is shown when she creates a fireball to thrust it to take down multiple soldiers at once, and also a fiery swirl when she leaves her spot.
- Magmakinesis: Bellroc can manipulate and summon magma, as shown when she melted a subway cart.
- Necromancy: Bellroc can resurrect people back from the dead, as when she revived King Arthur to use him as their Green Knight.
- Brainwashing: She is able to brainwash others to force them into their service by using a spell on them to make them do their dirty work alongside her. She was able to brainwash Nari into turning back to the side of evil and unlock the Genesis Seals, in which Nari remained under that state until Douxie intervened at the last moment.
- Leadership: As the leader of the Arcane Order, Bellroc always makes the final decision of what they are to do, as shown when she orders them, Skrael included, to find the Genesis Seals and expose the Guardians of Arcadia.
- Flight: Bellroc is able to use fire to propel her, and also flies faster when enraged.
- Staffsmanship: Bellroc is capable of wielding her staff as her weapon and using it to do different attacks. She is also capable of using her staff as a spear-like weapon, as shown when she stabbed King Arthur and was able to fight Jim sword to staff. She is shown to be more skilled in staffsmaship than Skrael.
- Manipulation: Bellroc are very good at manipulating others, such as when they manipulated Morgana into becoming their "champion", and King Arthur into joining their cause. It can even be said that Bellroc is much more manipulative than Skrael, as she killed King Arthur the first time to convince Morgana into finally giving into her hatred of Merlin and completing her journey into darkness.
- Combatant: Bellroc is more than capable of close combat, as she wwa able to take down several soldiers simply by blasting them with her fire magic.
- Levitation: Bellroc can levitate above the ground without having to properly use her elements.
|Appearances in the Franchise|
Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans
- Bellroc has lava blood, as shown during the Battle of Killahead Bridge after Deya slashes out her eyes. This is also shown when she is finally killed by Jim, as she starts falling off her Titan and lava starts rising from her body. She then explodes in a burst of fire with lava still bubbling.
- Her voice seems to change between masculine and feminine depending on her mood. She uses a masculine voice whenever she is frustrated or angry, but uses a feminine voice whenever she is calmer. In the third and final arc of Rise of the Titans, Jim Lake, Jr. explicitly refers to Bellroc as feminine when he says to the Guardians of Arcadia, "Let's knock Bellroc off her perch!"
- Her quote about the world originally created as a paradise, and humanity abusing the balance, is a reference to the Book of Genesis from the Bible where God created the world without suffering, and Adam and Eve disrespected His creation by eating of the Forbidden Fruit, leading to Him banishing them from the Garden of Eden. Coincidentally, Bellroc wants to use the Genesis Seals to wipe out the world like a flood, which is a reference to the Global Flood of Noah's day that is also from the Book of Genesis.
- Since she killed multiple human soldiers and King Arthur himself during the Battle of Killahead Bridge and a seagull in the present day, as well as using the Fire Titan to kill dozens of fishermen out in South China Sea, destroyed six fighter jets out to stop her, and drown hundreds of civilians in a tsunami caused by Stone Carver Bridge collapsing, Bellroc shares the highest direct kill count out of any character in the entire franchise.
- The color of her magic is the same as the color of the lighting of the windows and entrance of the Arcane Order's fortress, signifying her leadership over the Arcane Order.
- She, alongside Skrael and Nari, is the first demigod to appear in the Tales of Arcadia franchise.
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