- "That's a Mipedian??!!"
- ―Peyton, War Beast
Blazvatan is a Mipedian War Beast.
It is unknown where Blazvatan came from, other than Chaoticgame.com gave it the subtitle 'Blazvatan The Epic Warbeast'. It is known that Fivarth or any other Conjuror can conjure him. However, it is assumed that the Conjuror in the picture (presumably Fivarth or Drimesse) conjured him.
He is a bipedal, four-armed Mipedian Warbeast with tornadoes on his arms, legs and his tail.
In Chaotic, there are numerous Warbeasts that appear. They all have high recklessness and Blazvatan is no exeption. As shown in the episode 'War Beasts', Peyton couldn't control Blazvatan on his own and needed a Conjuror to support Blazvatan.
If there are enough Conjurors that work together to control him, his aggresive nature seems to die down and he becomes very obediant. It's just like the Mipedian Conjurors say: "Conjuring is useless without control."
Affiliations, Loyalties and Allies
Blazvatan has no known Loyalties to anyone except the Conjurors who conjured him at the time.
As Blazvatan obeys his conjurors, Blazvatan's enemies would be those of the Conjuror who summoned it.
| Air 5.
Blazvatan may not enter mixed armies.
|Conjuring is worthless without control.|
Release and Promotion
Blazvatan was released as an Ultra Rare (1:24 chance) in the expansion set 'Silent Sands'. In the expansion, Blazvatan was one of the 3 Ultra Rare Creatures possibly obtained the other being Enre-Hep and Iparu.
There is a 1:24 chance of finding a Ultra, and even if you do find an Ultra it may not be Blazvatan which makes Blazvatan an extremely valueble card.
- In the episode "War Beasts" Peyton is able to nullify Blazvatans recklessness with Fivarth, despite Fivarth only being able to reduce recklessness by 5 when Blazvatan has 25.
- He has a similar effect to Kileron, but Kileron is weaker and has the effect to remove from play all the things discarded.
|#||Episode||Used in BattleDrome?||Appearance in Perim?|
|65||Last Stand (Part One)||No||Yes|
|66||Last Stand (Part Two)||No||Yes|
Blazvatan may have been used by Codemaster Imthor in his battle against Clay (Barath Beyond) when it depicted a large invisible beast, though this may have been other Warbeasts under the effects of a mugic where they become invisible - Refer to episode "CodeMaster Chronicles Part 1".
Cards and Scans
- Peyton - As shown in 'War Beasts'
Peyton traded 20 of his best scans for Blazvatan.
Is shown to have extensive knowledge on Warbeasts and possibly know where Blazvatan is due to the fact he has 2 scans of Blazvatan.
Tom may have scanned it off screen during "Perithon Race" seeing is how he had the chance.
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