Crevix is a pragmatic, unfeeling and uncaring person, seeing most of what goes on around him as pointless. He does however know when it's better to help rather than stay back. He is very intelligent, and relies on his intelligence for many of his battles and disputes. He is poor mannered and often seen as rude and oafish because of this, but he doesn't see it that way. In his eyes, he was simply doing something he either needed to do, or that someone else failed to. He has been known to have a minor obsession with human culture. The only emotion most people see is a sadistic rage towards the Shard.
Crevix has lived on stations most of his life. Most Argolt do, since they do well in harsh and unforgiving environments. He spent much of his time as an engineer and mechanic, doing maintenance on stations systems and improving old ones. This satisfied him for a while till the station was attacked and destroyed, and in that said event he had to fight for his life. He quickly learned to use a gun when that happened, and managed to get to a shuttle before the station was torn apart.
After that, he longed for that rush of battle again. When his shuttle landed on the planet he orbited for so long, the first time he had ever been on any planet since his birth. He went and immediately signed up to become a pilot, wishing the rush of fighter combat. After years learning how to fly and dogfight, he was graduated and stationed on a mining outpost in an asteroid belt. There he had his first encounter with the Shard. After years of only minor skirmishes, the Shard ruined that peace by devouring his squad and the outpost. He managed to flee before they got to him, but he finally knew what anger felt like. And he wanted more.
He signed up for the pilot program a year later, and he knew what he was going to do with his rage.
Old Human music
Small carbon based organisms
robots(thinks they are a inferior Argolt)
-A lot of knowledge
-He gets too engaged in what he's doing
-He has poor social skills
-He cares little for opinions and doesn't take them into account
Langcastor is a dangerous to large groups, but odd in the fact that he plays a more supportive role.
Langcastor uses energy and electricity against his enemies and to help his allies. His main weapon is an E.M.P beam projectile that if an opponent is not killed, is disabled if they rely on technology. As both a weapon and a counter measure, Langcaster can produce a smoke that is electrified, and if this smoke is on an ally, breaks up any enemy locating measures and provides a slight energy barrier that is only good while allies stay in it. The smoke does however decrease visibility to 5 ft, but Langcastor is not effected by this since it relies on a sonar to 'see' everything and know it's surroundings within 1 kilometer, 75% of that if an area is dense such as a forest, and 150% that if large amounts of fluid or humidity is present.
Langcaster's armor is highly conductive, yet this benefits the beast greatly rather than hurt it. With the material being so conductive, Langcastor can evenly disperse energy across his entire body if an attack is energy based, meaning energy based attacks are not very effective against him. However, physical attacks harm him greatly if the impact is strong enough.