Jazan

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Jazan the Fourth or King Jazan is a Kyrii, and the only child of King Razul. He has powerful skills in the dark arts, though his nature is not as malicious as that of his father. He is over 200 years old due to a curse placed on him and all of his people by his own father who wanted to gain immortality and supreme power. He is accompanied by his faithful Uni friend, The Nightsteed. He was the first antagonist in the Lost Desert Plot.

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Lost Desert Plot[edit]

Main article: Lost Desert Plot

Jazan was tricked into unleashing his father by a false prophecy, telling him that if he married a Sakhmet princess, the curse would be lifted. He at first tried to get princess Amira to marry him (although they both did not love each other at all) before resorting to terrorizing her kingdom, but when Nabile was revealed to be a princess too and much more openhearted towards him, he married her instead.

The curse was not lifted however, and he eventually sent her back to Sakhmet City, hoping she'd be happier there. After her departure, he severely weakened from lack of food and sorrow.

When his father, Razul, later went to destroy Sakhmet, Jazan felt Nabile to be in danger and went to find her. He met his father, but was not able to stand up to him. Nabile, however, caught the attack on him, and seeing her nearly dead angered Jazan so much that it gave him more power, enough to defeat Razul.

The Faeries' Ruin[edit]

Main article: The Faeries' Ruin

Jazan is one of the heroes besides King Altador who have been investigating the crisis in Faerieland, where all of the Faeries were turned to stone. During this time, he had been keeping a close eye on Hanso, who was at the scene of the crime, and is the first to suspect him of any wrongdoing. He was turned to stone, along with his allies, thanks to Xandra's betrayal. However, they were freed from the spell after Hanso and Brynn foiled the Xweetok witch's plan to rule Neopia.

Trivia[edit]

  • Cursed Jazan's Gallery of Evil article was released on September 16, 2005.

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