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Fuath was a mechanical-monster worshipped as a god by a number of cultists - who offered the "demon" sacrifices while awaiting for the time that it could be set free upon the world again, When Max and the crew arrived in Ireland to investigate the prophecy of a great evil being awoken they stumbled across the cultists were promptly sacrificed to Fuath.
Fuath proceeded to seemingly devour the group but Norman used his sword to impale the roof of Fuath's mouth and avoid the fiery pit below - the group then realised Fuath was not real at all but a giant mechanical puppet and they escape the castle via an exit located at the back of the "demon".
However moments later Fuath rose from the castle, now free-roaming and capable of breathing fire, yet the mechanical-fiend grow out of control and attacked his own followers as he went on a destructive rampage.
Max and the crew managed to stop Fuath by entering the machine and cutting its power-source, an ancient crystal, destroying the monster once and for all. In the series finale Skullmaster conjured up Fuath to battle the giant robot known as Magnus, piloted by an attacking Lava Lord, who thanks to greater intelligence and superior weaponry was able to smash Fuath into rubble.
Fuath is a fearsoms false-deity that had little true personality beyond rampant destruction, this is likely because Fuath is not even a being of flesh and blood but a gigantic golem and most likely an ancient war-machine of times gone by.
One activated Fuath would thus go on a rampage, intent on killing as many as possible and destroying pretty much anything it came across.
Fuath was a gigantic golem with superhuman strength, durability and the ability to breath fire - in addition the machine had a disturbing furnace within itself where humans were sacrificed to the beast by the Fuath Druids, it is unknown if these sacrifices truly awoke Fuath or if the beast simply activated by other measn.
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