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Succulent (サキュロント) was a member of Six Arms, the security department of the criminal organization Eight Fingers.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Succulent wears black clothing, and has skin so pale, it looks like it has never been exposed to sunlight. He has sharp eyes and gaunt cheeks, making him look like a bird of prey that scavenges ravaged and rotting carcasses.

Succulent appears to have a long scar that runs from his right cheek to his chin.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Succulent was serious about his job and didn't like anything getting in his way. He was also prideful about the fact that he was a member of Six Arms.

Background[edit | edit source]

A member of Six Arms, Succulent poses as a representative at a brothel owned by Cocco Doll.

Chronology[edit | edit source]

The Men in the Kingdom Arc[edit | edit source]

Main article: The Men in the Kingdom I and The Men in the Kingdom II Arc

Succulent and Staffan blackmailing Sebas Tian

Succulent and Staffan Heivish head to the residence of Sebas and Solution, where they attempt to intimidate and force Sebas to pay a hefty fine for a false charge of slave trading. After leaving, he thinks of a plan to eliminate the butler and hired assassins.[1]

Succulent Arrested

While guarding Cocco Doll, he encounters Climb at the secret exit of the brothel and fights him. He defeats Climb and prepares to finish him off and take his head back to Cocco Doll. At this moment, Brain Unglaus shows up and saves Climb, and introduces himself. Succulent attempts to persuade Brain to join the Six Arms, but is turned down. He faces Brain but is easily defeated. Afterwards, he and Cocco Doll are captured and sent to the authorities.[2]

Unfortunately, Succulent's cohorts bribed the officials to release him. He posed as Tuare when Climb, Brain and Lockmeier raided Six Arms' base. Succulent and Climb dueled each other, with the battle ending in Climb's victory. It's unknown what happened to Succulent afterwards, but he was most likely taken into custody again.[3]

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Mass for the Dead Arc[edit | edit source]

Main article: Mass for the Dead Arc

After Eight Fingers collapse, Succulent found himself without a job and switched his talents as a worker. At a bar with Six Arms, they were approached by Hilma who invited Six Arms to work at E-Rantel her using her new position at the Pharmacist's Guild. Zero not wanting to be in debt to her refused. Zero intended to build a new organization with his comrades in Six Arms. Succulent became the head of the drug trade in Zero's nascent criminal empire. Unlike the others Succulent was mostly absent during the executive meetings to establish new routes to peddle drugs.

The criminal empire started slow but was gaining momentum however he and his comrades lost and their noble backers as the Kingdom was cracking down on all illegal activities as part of their concessions to the new Tripartite Alliance. Though this set Six Arms back, Succulent having returned from his journey, brought news of the large amount of goods being transferred to the city of E-Rantel. The information opened a new opportunity to head to E-Rantel as it was apparent that the border city was becoming the new center of the world.[4] Later in order to destabilize the Tripartite Alliance, Zero made a deal with Zurrernorn to complete their Death Spiral ritual. The criminal kept his comrades in Six Arms out of the loop of the plan but they followed his direction and worked with him to guard the site of the ritual thinking it was just a normal job. In the ensuing chaos, Davernoch was killed and Zero escaped, leaving Succulent and the others to be arrested for the incident by Blue Roses and their allies.[5]

Once Zero defected to the Baharuth Empire, he gained amnesty for himself and by extension his comrades, allowing the surviving members of Six Arms to be acquitted of their crimes. They acted as a unit to train and lead a group of workers to fight against a horde of Chaos Beasts that were heading towards E-Rantel. Zero was ordered by the emperor to lead the monsters into the Quarry where the imperial knights would box the Chaos Beasts and eliminate them. Zero followed his orders to the letter but when the reinforcements came he expected them to join in the fray. They did not and Zero suspected something was off. He then called his comrades to get off the quarry floor. That action saved their lives as the quarry floor was broken apart by a mechanism activated by the knights, causing the workers and Chaos Beasts to fall into the Melting Pot. The trap dissolved everyone that fell into the pit killing them. Zero friends who survived the trap watched in horror at the lengths of which the Bloody Emperor would use to achieve victory. On the contrary Zero praised the action as the best method worthy of a leader.[6]

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Abilities and Powers[edit | edit source]

He fights by combining swordplay with illusion spells. Due to this twin specialization, he is actually below Climb in terms of fighting power and was the weakest of the Six Arms. In fact, other members of Six Arms actually tend to mock him for his lower strength and combat capability.

Job Classes[edit | edit source]

Main Equipment[edit | edit source]

  • Cat's Elegance (Chainmail shirt)
  • Spear-blocking Hood
  • Ring of Energy Boost

Illusion Spells/Skills[edit | edit source]

  • Fox Sleep: An illusion spell that activates after being injured, tricking the target into thinking the user is out of commission.
  • Ghost Sound: Produces sounds that can confuse or mislead people.
  • Multiple Vision: Succulent can make illusionary copies of himself.
  • Scintillating Scotoma: Creating an illusionary arm while the real arm is invisible.

Relationships[edit | edit source]

Zero[edit | edit source]

As Succulent's boss, Zero was the one that ordered him to act as a bodyguard for Cocco Doll. Zero also seems to look down on Succulent's fighting power, considering his illusions to be nothing but petty tricks that may work against lower-level opponents but not against stronger ones.

Climb[edit | edit source]

Climb and Succulent fought each other when he along with Sebas and Brain raided the Brothel. He managed to defeat Climb using his illusion skills but not before suffering serious wounds. Later they fought again and Climb was finally able to beat him.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • From Maruyama's words, Succulent’s 15 magic job levels give about 1/3 correction power to offensive power; so 15/3=5 so he is as strong as a level 20 warrior.[7]
  • Succulent's name came from the word 'Succulent' a' French word for "scrumptious".

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • (To Sebas about Tuare): "But I should really thank that prostitute. I never expected for merchandise that was about to be scrapped to lay this big of a golden egg, or so a certain someone says."

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Overlord Volume 05 Chapter 3: Those Who Pick Up, Those Who Are Picked Up
  2. Overlord Volume 05 Chapter 5: Extinguished, Soaring Sparks of Fire
  3. Overlord Volume 06 Chapter 8: Six Arms
  4. Memory of Chaos: Zero
  5. Mass for the Dead Chapter 06: Request of the Golden Princess
  6. Mass for the Dead Chapter 10: Crumbling Overture
  7. Volume 5+6's Author Thoughts Excerpt

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