Personality[edit | edit source]
Sulfur Pot is very cocky and confident in his skills. He is especially like this when he has his pet, Nick with him as he states that he is invincible. He treats Nick as a tamed monster pet and can confidently command him to do his bidding. However, this becomes his downfall as he is betrayed by the same monster that he thought of as his pet.
Background[edit | edit source]
Not much is known about Sulfur Pot except that he suddenly appeared in Okinawa and his name doesn't show up on the matchmaking list. He is also known as the Burst Linker who tamed the legendary monster. He is also a member of the Acceleration Research Society.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Plot Outline[edit | edit source]
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Avatar[edit | edit source]
Sulfur Pot[edit | edit source]
Sulfer Pot is a humanoid avatar with many holes on his body. His primary color is a dark-ish yellow. He has blue eyes which are surrounded by a orange visor.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Much of Sulfer Pot's battle potential is focused on gas attacks. He has the ability to shoot out a dark brown gas at opponents. This gas, as pointed out by Black Lotus, is actually gun powder. So when an ally (like Nick) uses a fire type attack, the gas will ignite and coat the entire area where the gas was in flames. He also has the Enhanced Armament, Mystical Reins that allows him to tame any monster which in this case was the legendary monster, Nidhogg.
- Charcoal Smoke: He aims both of his hands at his opponent and releases large amounts of gunpowder in the entire area. However, this move on it's own is not much of a threat until something that can ignite the gunpowder causing it to catch on fire, searing anything in the cloud of gunpowder.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- After being defeated, Black Lotus interrogated him for information on the Acceleration Research Society.
- As he never appeared again, he might have been put in endless kill mode and lost all his Burst Points.
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