Every human being born has a destiny. Some people have greater roles than others, and this leads to those with great fates being stronger than those with lesser ones. Desperados are those who exist outside of this border. Only after reaching an "Awakening" (Brute Soul), are people capable of elevating their magic power and thus gain greater power than those with the great destinies. This small group, who exist outside of the boundary of fate are called Desperados.
The exact way of reaching an "Awakening" is still somewhat unclear, but it is said that one must reach the end of their destiny, effectively the full reach of their abilities as a Blazer, to become a Desperado. Or-Gaule was also able to seemingly force the young Ascarid to reach her "Awakening" through controlling her, as well as reaching his own "Awakening" by the age of 10, likely through the same method.
A Desperado has far greater magic power than the ordinary Blazer. As Desperados are beings that have broken through fate, they are capable of influencing fate, exerting an aura which can immobilize or influence others. Desperados can even kill weaker Blazers by their will alone. Desperados also seem to be immune to Nameless Glory, because they exist outside of fate. It's often thought, that because of their ability to manipulate fate itself, the only ones who can defeat Desperados are other Desperado.
The only way to defend against the aura exerted by Desperados is to have strong faith in your own unshakable abilities. This can at times be extremely difficult in heated combat, and very few normal Blazers are able to stand alone and hold their own against a Desperados.
Known Desperados Edit
- It was hinted that Kurono Shinguuji was just a step away from becoming a Desperado herself, but refused becoming one out of fear.
- Desperados are a highly concealed subject by the League and the Union, with only some select individuals in both organizations knowing about them.