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==Story==
 
==Story==
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Tarkus and his partner [[Bruford]] were knights who lived during the 16th century and served the young queen Mary Stuart of Scotland. Due to Mary being considered a legitimate heir to the throne, the English Queen Elizabeth I accused Mary of the death of her second husband Henry Stuart. This lead to a revolt among the nobles which Tarkus and Bruford fended off despite their faction being greatly disadvantage. Eventually, when the knights learned that Mary is in her custody, Elizabeth offered to free her in return that two men surrender and be executed as enemies of the crown. When they are about to be executed, they discover that Mary was already executed. The two knights died spewing bitter hatred for both Elizabeth and the world, legends speaking that Tarkus's neck became rigid in rage that numerous axes broke before he was finally beheaded.
   
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Three centuries later, [[Dio Brando]] resurrects the two knights as his zombie enforcers. While Bruford was given Dio's blessing to face Jonathan Joestar in combat, Tarkus stood by until the duel ended as he smashed Bruford's armor in disgust of his failure. Despite Baron Zepelli's opinion on zombies, he and the others realize that Tarkus is too durability and strong to be ignored following an attempted escape on a hang glider created from Hamon-infused leaves. But Jonathan ended up in Tarkus's favorite training hall, the '''Lair of the Two-Headed Dragon'', forced into a Chain Neck Deathmatch while Zepelli and Speedwagon attempt to find a way in. Poco, a boy who was with them, enter a hole in the wall, but is violently knocked by Tarkus, who doesn't want interference in their battle. Poco, even wounded, manages to push the switch to open the door of the room. Zepelli, sensing it is his fate to die there, attacks Tarkus and ends up being bifurcated. But Zepelli mustered the last of his strength to transfer his Hamon into Jonathan, who easily defeats Tarkus.
Tarkus and his partner [[Bruford]] were knights who lived during the 16th century and served the young Mary Stuart, who was disputing the throne with Elizabeth I. When Mary's husband dies, Elizabeth takes the chance and accuses Mary of murdering her husband. Because of this, the nobles revolted against Mary and gathered their armies, but Bruford and Tarkus were enough to defeat them all, even when they were already at a big disadvantage. Mary is imprisoned, and Elizabeth offers to release Mary in exchange of them both surrendering. When they are about to be executed, they discover that it was all a trap to kill them, because Mary were already dead. Both of them are executed cursing the world for their souls.
 
 
300 years later, the vampire [[Dio Brando]] resurrects them both to serve him, making them vampires as well. When Jonathan Joestar faces Dio, he summons them to fight him, since he was so bored. Jonathan defeats Bruford, then Tarkus steps to fight him, but he surprisingly starts stomping on his friend's armor, kicking it away. He then show that he is very different from Bruford in that he enjoys slaughtering people. He uses his massive sword to slam the ground, revealing the ruins of his old training grounds. To not fall in the pit, Jonathan and Will Zepelli both use their ripple skills to create a glider using leaves. Tarkus jumps after them, falling in one of the towers on the place. When Jonathan enter a room, a chained necklace grabs on his neck: it was Tarkus way of inviting him to fight him in his favorite training, the '''Room of Dragon Decapitation'''. He attaches himself with another necklace, which is connected to Jonathan. The only way to remove the necklace is to defeat the opponent and decapitate him. The two engage in battle, as Will and Speedwagon tries to find a way to enter the room. Poco, alittle kid who was with them, enter a hole in the wall, but is violently knocked by Tarkus, who doesn't want interference in their battle. Poco, even wounded, manages to push the switch to open the door of the room. Will, sensing it is his fate to die there, attacks Tarkus, who counters with his special technique, using the chains on both sides to rip Will by half. Will then passes all of his powers to Jonathan, who then breaks the necklace and pulverize Tarkus with his powers.
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
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Revision as of 02:09, 2 May 2017

Tarkus is one of the undead henchmen of Dio Brando and a villain in the first arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

Story

Tarkus and his partner Bruford were knights who lived during the 16th century and served the young queen Mary Stuart of Scotland. Due to Mary being considered a legitimate heir to the throne, the English Queen Elizabeth I accused Mary of the death of her second husband Henry Stuart. This lead to a revolt among the nobles which Tarkus and Bruford fended off despite their faction being greatly disadvantage. Eventually, when the knights learned that Mary is in her custody, Elizabeth offered to free her in return that two men surrender and be executed as enemies of the crown. When they are about to be executed, they discover that Mary was already executed. The two knights died spewing bitter hatred for both Elizabeth and the world, legends speaking that Tarkus's neck became rigid in rage that numerous axes broke before he was finally beheaded.

Three centuries later, Dio Brando resurrects the two knights as his zombie enforcers. While Bruford was given Dio's blessing to face Jonathan Joestar in combat, Tarkus stood by until the duel ended as he smashed Bruford's armor in disgust of his failure. Despite Baron Zepelli's opinion on zombies, he and the others realize that Tarkus is too durability and strong to be ignored following an attempted escape on a hang glider created from Hamon-infused leaves. But Jonathan ended up in Tarkus's favorite training hall, the 'Lair of the Two-Headed Dragon, forced into a Chain Neck Deathmatch while Zepelli and Speedwagon attempt to find a way in. Poco, a boy who was with them, enter a hole in the wall, but is violently knocked by Tarkus, who doesn't want interference in their battle. Poco, even wounded, manages to push the switch to open the door of the room. Zepelli, sensing it is his fate to die there, attacks Tarkus and ends up being bifurcated. But Zepelli mustered the last of his strength to transfer his Hamon into Jonathan, who easily defeats Tarkus.

Gallery

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Phantom Blood
Dario Brando | Wang Chan | Jack the Ripper | Bruford | Tarkus | Undead People | Dio Brando | Stone Mask Vampires

Battle Tendency
New York Police Officers | Brass Knuckle Gangster | Donovan | Straizo | Pillar Men (Santana | Esidisi | Wamuu | Kars)

Stardust Crusaders
Gray Fly | Impostor Captain Tennille | Forever | Devo | Rubber Soul | Hol Horse | J. Geil | Nena | ZZ | Enya Geil | Steely Dan | Arabia Fats | Mannish Boy | Cameo | Midler | Egypt 9 Glory Gods (N'Doul | Oingo | Boingo | Anubis | Mariah | Alessi | Daniel J. D'Arby | Pet Shop | Terence T. D'Arby) | Kenny G. | Vanilla Ice | Undead People | DIO

Diamond is Unbreakable
Anjuro "Angelo" Katagiri | Keicho Nijimura | Tamami Kobayashi | Toshikazu Hazamada | Yukako Yamagishi | Akira Otoishi | Rohan Kishibe | Bug-Eaten | Yoshihiro Kira | Ken Oyanagi | Yuya Fungami | Toyohiro Kanedaichi | Terunosuke Miyamoto | Cheap Trick | Yoshikage Kira

Vento Aureo/Golden Wind
Passione
"Leaky Eye" Luca | Polpo | Mario Zucchero | Sale | Squadra Esecuzioni (Sorbet and Gelato | Formaggio | Illuso | Prosciutto | Pesci | Melone | Ghiaccio | Risotto Nero) | Unità Speciale (Squalo and Tiziano | Carne | Cioccolata | Secco) | Vinegar Doppio | Diavolo

Stone Ocean
Tom Cruise | Gwess | Johngalli A | Thunder McQueen | Foo Fighters | Miraschon | Lang Rangler | Sports Maxx | Viviano Westwood | Kenzou | D an G | Guccio | Miuccia Miuller | Ungalo | Rikiel | Donatello Versus | DIO | Enrico Pucci

Steel Ball Run
Mrs. Robinson | Boomboom Family (Andre Boomboom | L. A. Boomboom | Benjamin Boomboom) | Oyecomova | Pork Pie Hat Kid | Diego Brando | Dario Brando (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Steel Ball Run) | Dr. Ferdinand | Ringo Roadagain | Blackmore | Sandman | Eleven Men | Scarlet Valentine | Mike O. | Wekapipo | Magent Magent | Axl RO | D-I-S-C-O | Diego Brando (Alternate World) | Funny Valentine

JoJolion
Rock Organisms | Locacaca Organization (Yotsuyu Yagiyama | Aisho Dainenjiyama | A. Phex Brothers | Tamaki Damo | Jobin Higashikata | Urban Guerilla | Doremifasolati Do | Poor Tom | Wu Tomoki | Dododo De Dadada | Obladi Oblada | Satoru Akefu | Tooru) | Ojiro Sasame | Kaato Higashikata | Zaihei Nigatake | Milagro Man's Stand User | Dolomite

Spin-Offs & Novels
Old Man Stand User | Absalom | Michal | Scribe Ani | Nameless Child Murderer | Rigatoni | Sogliola Lopez | Takuma Hasumi | Teruhiko Futaba | Hanae Orikasa | Narcotics Team (Vittorio Cataldi | Angelica Attanasio | Vladimir Kocaqi | Massimo Volpe) | Eduardo Noriega | Funnier Valentine | The Funniest Valentine | Antonio Torres | Alejandro Torres | Javier Cortes | William Cardinal | Dio Brando (JORGE JOESTAR) | Prisoner No. 27 | The Beggar | Mutsukabezaka | Gods of the Mountain | Moon Rabbit | Yoma Hashimoto | Heaven Ascension DIO | Dija Maker | Scatola

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