Rama Hagorn of Hathoria is the main antagonist of Encantadia. He is the son of Rama Arvak and third king of Hathoria. He claimed to be the King of all Encantadia after the successful conquest of Lireo. He is the father of Sang'gre Pirena and Diwani Deshna, and the grandfather of Diwani Mira.
Hagorn dons his standard Hathor king outfit, similar to his father Arvak.
When Hagorn is resurrected from Balaak, Arde gave him the dark colored Arde-themed Hadezar armor with dragon symbol on its chest.
Since his escape from Lireo, he wears black robes with red linings.
Hagorn was once a good man, but became bitter when he lost his betrothed, Minea, to the throne of Lireo and his old friend Raquim. Hagorn assumed his forefathers' dream to conquer all of Encantadia and the elemental gems.
Despite his cunning and brilliant tactician mind, Hagorn sometimes underestimates his enemies; Agane pointed out why Amihan would choose to die instead of fleeing with her allies which Hagorn dismisses until he finds out too late after consulting Asval and Amarro.
When his enemies seem to overpower his army, Hagorn gets easily frustrated and scamper to find means in turning the tide - usually by approaching Ether to gain more power.
When meeting and reuniting Deshna, his lost daughter with LilaSari, he seems to become soft at that point. Deep inside, he cares for his daughters, Pirena and Deshna, while attempting to hide it from them.
His vengeful attitude to the Diwatas and the Sapiryans originated from the wrong that two races conspired the murder of his father, Rama Arvak of Hathoria, who only wanted to make Encantadia progress using the powers of the Mother Gem. This could make Hagorn cried in agony.
Hagorn has been heavily dependent to Ether and Arde that, despite his wits, he cannot move without being granted powers or blessings from the two.
Hagorn has come into a realization that it was Asval who murdered his father, but he still has a deep hatred against the Sapiryans, which lead to his ultimate demise.
Prince of Hathoria
Hagorn was the only son and heir of Arvak, King of Hathoria. He was once a friend of Raquim, a prince of Sapiro. He was once betrothed to Mine-a, with their engagement conceived Pirena. But the engagement was broken when Mine-a chose to become Queen of Lireo instead, for the queen of the Diwatas cannot marry.
Hagorn was present when his father received the Fire Gem from Cassiopea. He supported his father's ambitions, even after he attacked the helpless Adamyans. Cassiopea was enraged by the unprovoked aggression, and she foretold Arvak's death and Hathoria's downfall. Cassiopea escaped before Hagorn could hit her with his sword. He reassures his father that Cassiopea's prophecy is not possible, since they have the two gems. Nevertheless, he supported his father when Arvak decided to acquire the remaining gems.
During the war, Raquim defeated Hagorn in single combat. An explosion knocked him unconscious. Arvak, dying from Asval's arrow, called for Hagorn to take the gems. Raquim took them instead, since Hagorn was still unconscious. Another explosion awakens Hagorn, and he found his father dead and the gems lost. Asval tells Hagorn that Raquim was the one who killed his father, making him swear revenge against Raquim.
Before his father's corpse, Hagorn received a sword and the crown. He lit his father's funeral pyre.
Revenge against Raquim
Minea confronts Hagorn for the attempt, and tries to extract a promise from him not to hurt anybody anymore. Hagorn refused, saying he will not stop until Raquim is dead. For this Minea used the four gems, destroying the palace of Hathoria and disfiguring their faces. They were also cursed to vanish upon death, so their loved ones cannot mourn them.
Hagorn encounters the snake deity Ether, who offers him a boost in strength and speed, if he promises to bring more troubles in Encantadia. Hagorn accepted.
Hagorn and his retinue encounter Aquil and Muros in the Tree of Asnamon. He demanded to know who had used the portal, but they did not tell him. Cassiopea appeared and attacked the Hathors with her powers. Hagorn was able to withstand the attack. Cassiopea hid Aquil and Muros until Hagorn left.
From Gurna's reports, Hagorn deduces that Raquim and Amihan were in the human world. Hagorn orders Gurna to take the Key of Asnamon. With the key, Hagorn sends Hathors through the portal. He later arrived in the human world to face Raquim. Hagorn invited Raquim to join him against the diwatas. Raquim refused, and they fought. He manages to wound Raquim, but he was disarmed and Raquim would have slain him had Agane not captured Amihan. Hagorn swiftly cuts him twice, front and back. He also stabs Amihan, and returns back to Encantadia. He opted to leave the portal open so that Minea would immediately learn what had what happened.
Hagorn celebrates the death of Raquim and Amihan, but Gurna corrects him, for Amihan still lived.
Hagorn and his retinue ambushed the four Sang'gres. Pirena was captured, but the other three were able to escape. When told by Ades that she was Minea's firstborn, Hagorn orders Agane to release her, for Pirena is his daughter.
When Pirena goes to Hathoria to seek Hagorn, she was attacked by Hathors. Hagorn orders them to desist, for he will kill anyone who harms Pirena. Pirena sought his aid in fighting against her family. She gave him the Fire Gem. Hagorn ordered Agane to summon his generals.
When Hagorn discussed his battle plans, Pirena worried that they might not be able to him. Hagorn said he would be satisfied if Minea sees her fighting on his side. He tells Pirena to prove herself by killing many diwatas.
Before the battle, Hagorn returns the Fire Gem to Pirena, for he believes her family would not hurt her. Amihan defeats Hagorn in combat, but Pirena strikes at Amihan's back. He leaves the two for a while. When he returned, he kicks Amihan right after she had spared Pirena's life. He urged Pirena to kill Amihan, but she hesitated. Most of the Hathors were frightened by the tide generated by Alena, so they fled. Agane advised retreat, and Hagorn did so reluctantly.
Even though Pirena failed to kill Amihan, Hagorn congratulated her for her prowess. Hagorn gave her a Hathor sword, Silab, which resembled the Hathor sword Pirena's mother gave her. The two swords fused into one, which he called Siklab. Hagorn tells her there are more secrets she needed to learn.
When a mandirigma was brought before him, Hagorn said he could find a use for him, and fed him to his pet. Danaya and Muros arrived to offer peace and to demand the return of the light. When Danaya threatened to destroy Hathoria or exterminate its people by air deprivation, drowning or earthquake, Hagorn agreed to all demands.
Some time after learning that Amihan will have an heir, Hagorn found that Pirena had made herself pregnant. She tells him it is all part of her plans. Hagorn orders Agane to kill Amihan and her heir.
Pirena gave birth and presented her daughter before Hagorn. He expressed gladness that the child was born as a member of the Kingdom of Hathoria. He named the child Mira, after the best ore used in Hathoria's forge. Pirena says it is a beautiful name, but one which she cannot use. Hagorn was disappointed.
Agane reported her failure to Hagorn. Hagorn slaps her either for her failure, or for recognizing that she is not telling him everything. Agane also reported that Minea had been attacked.
When Gurna arrived, Hagorn wanted an update on Minea's condition. He was enraged when Gurna said that Minea had died.
Hagorn later asked Gurna what Pirena had done to the real Lira. Gurna decides to lie, telling him that Lira had been killed in the human world. Hagorn was satisfied, for he did not want another Sang'gre to fight.
After many years, Hagorn became restless and began terrorizing the vassals of Lireo. The leader of Adjantao was brought before him, who refused to swear allegiance, as they were Amihan's subjects already. Hagorn sets him as an example, feeding him to his pet. The rest of his captives were set free so that they could tell the others.
Hagorn later talks to Pirena about their plans, telling her of his impatience. Pirena tells him to keep waiting until Mira is ready. Pirena tells him that if he acted prematurely, she will not stop him, but she will side with her sisters against him.
Agane later taunted Hagorn for the impertinence of Pirena. Hagorn punishes her, telling her to remember her place, for she is not his kin.
Duped by Hara Amihan of Lireo
Hagorn demanded that Amihan reveal where Alena hid his daughter from LilaSari. Amihan told him that his daughter was being cared for by encantados found at Mount Ajak. She advised him to go there immediately, otherwise he might not see his daughter again. Hagorn thanked Amihan but vowed he will retaliate if he finds out that Amihan lied to him.
In Mount Ajak, he attempted to find these encantados but Gurna reported to him that Lireo invaded Hathoria and destroyed a huge bulk of his army. Hagorn was furious vowing vengeance against the Diwatas who duped him.
Hagorn went to Ether and requested for her assistance. Ether told him that he needs to meet with Arde, an ally god of Ether, in order to provide the assistance he needs. Ether casted poison on Hagorn causing him to die temporarily and proceed to Balaak.
In Balaak, Arde welcomed Hagorn and imposed a challenge in order to gain his blessing of providing an undead army composed of fallen Hathors since the time of Rama Bartimus of Hathoria by battling Mancao. Hagorn was able to defeat Mancao by using the Fire Gem and Soul Gem - causing Hagorn to gain an invincible undead army.
Hagorn dons a new armor granted by Arde and proceeded to invade Lireo. Amihan, together with Aquil, met him where he demanded that she surrender her Air Gem and tell him the exact place where Deshna was hidden. Amihan resisted and prepared for Lireo's final defense in order to give time for Diwatas and Sapiryans to flee in Sapiro.
Hagorn was able to track Amihan and her troops at Sapiro where he demanded their surrender or else they will outrun the entire Sapiryan citadel. When the deadline was met, he proceeded to Sapiro and saw no one there until Amihan confronted them. Hagorn was able to kill Amihan by putting the Soul Gem near her heart and emitted an energy blast.
He returned to Hathoria where Agane pointed out why would Amihan let herself die in Sapiro without a reason. Hagorn brushed this aside telling that Amihan is a weak ruler and Hathoria is stronger. He proceeded to attack the remaining encampment of his enemies.
Amihan and Kahlil returned from Devas and proceeded in decimating his Hadezar army. Hagorn fled to Hathoria and prepared the last of his Hadezar and Hathor soliders. He went to Ether and asked her help for one last time, Ether provided her personal sword, Bertud ni Ether, that can kill ivtres and summon a three-headed dragon.
Hagorn took Mira as prisoner in order to threaten the Diwatas. Hagorn summoned the three-headed dragon in order to kill Amihan but the latter was able to kill the said dragon. Hagorn attempted to kill Mira but was prevented by the combined attacks of Danaya and Amihan. Pirena proceeded to wound him at the front and threatened to kill him.
Facing defeat, Hagorn cowardly asked for Pirena to help him and proceeded in surrendering the Fire Gem and Soul Gem just to spare his life. Pirena seems to agree with the proposal until she fatally stabbed Hagorn on the chest, ultimately defeating him for good. This could make all the Encantados believe that Hagorn is "dead".
After his ultimate defeat, the unconscious Hagorn was chained and kept inside the secret dungeon of Lireo for many years. He is presumably healed while inside his cell and also being enchanted with a powerful spell that prevented his escape attempts. Years later, Avria uses her power to summon Hagorn. Avria's black power attacked the Lirean soldiers guarding Hagorn's cell. Avria's black power destroys the chains in order to free Hagorn. This prompted Muros to report to Hara Danaya.
After his escape, he encounters Hathor soldiers, who thought of him as "dead", and he slays them before Bathaluman Ether appears and he follows her to Etheria. He meets Hara Avria, Asval and Andora, whom Hagorn thought that it was Agane at first. However, despite Avria's assurance to help him, Hagorn disagrees to cooperate with the Etherians as he has remembered that Etherians are his enemies during the Etherian war, but he assures that he will slay all the Diwatas with his own methods and without any help from any Etherian, even from Avria. He even calls calls Asval a turncoat person. Before he left Etheria, Ether acquires him her divine weapon.
Reunion with Deshna
Ether has abducted Deshna and she brought her to Hagorn's camp. Hagorn finally meets his lost daughter Deshna. Deshna tells her father that she wants justice for the deaths of her friends because of Avria, in which Hagorn agreed.
Fall of Avria
When Pirena is about to get the Air and Soul Gems from Avria, who is being stucked at the Portal of Time, Hagorn stabs her and he tells Avria to give the gems to him. After getting the gems, Hagorn uses the Golden Hourglass to split Avria's body between the past and the future, disintegrating her to death. After the Golden Hourglass is sucked into the Portal of Time, Pirena tells her father to give her the gems back, but Hagorn refuses. After he leaves her, Hagorn recruits Hera Odessa and Hera Juvila into his camp, along with the Etherian soldiers.
Prior to the Final War
Arde has given Hagorn the power to manage the curses of Lira and Mira. When Pirena is about to give her the Fire Gem to him, he tells her to give him more what he demands. Pirena offers to release Andora as well. Hagorn said he needed more. Pirena said she had no control over her sisters' decisions, and asked him to ask only for what she could give. Hagorn asked for the Kingdom of Hathoria and the lives of her sisters. Pirena said she could not do it. Hagorn said he would also impose an extraordinary ailment upon the Diwanis.
While Hagorn is calling upon Ether, Deshna arrives and demands to speak to him alone. Deshna asked for forgiveness. When he embraced her, Deshna stabbed him. When Deshna turned, Hagorn told her to finish the job. Deshna was about to do so, but Hagorn stopped her and stabbed her twice. Hagorn weeps. Deshna dies. Hagorn grieves over what he has just done to his own daughter. Hagorn heals himself using the Soul Gem, and then tries to heal Deshna, but he was too late. Hagorn blames the Diwatas for it, thinking that they ordered Deshna to do it. He carries her corpse to Lireo.
Final War and Death
Hagorn and his camp prepare for the war against Lireo-Sapiro-Hathoria alliance. He battles his daughter Pirena and then Mira followed to side her. However, Ether intervenes to help him, but LilaSari appears to stop him. But he knocks LilaSari, before Alena appears to help Pirena and Mira. As Ether tells him that she is the one who can battle Alena and Pirena, Hagorn walks away, but LilaSari follows him. Hagorn subdues LilaSari, however Ariana in Amihan's armor appears to confront him. Amihan, in Ariana's body, tells him to recognize her as LilaSari rises up. As they are about to stop him, Hagorn uses his powers to summon the Hadezars, but the Ivtres from Devas headed by Rehav Raquim appears. Raquim confronts his former best friend in a swordfight. Hagorn tells him that Raquim should be the one who would pay for his father's death, however Raquim reveals to Hagorn that it was Asval who had killed Arvak. Ybrahim also appears and he tells Hagorn that he is able to kill Asval. Furious to say that the Sapirians are traitors to him, Hagorn fights them, until Amihan stabs him at his back. However he stabs her back. As Hagorn is taking out the Air and Soul Gems, Amihan uses her encantation to take away the gems from Hagorn, but he slashes her. Raquim rises up and he fatally stabs Hagorn to death, bring out Ether's powers to disappear, in order to end his reign of terror once and for all.
On his own, Hagorn is magically powerless. However, he had acquired his father's staff, which could be used to release powerful bolts of energy. Hagorn also possessed the Fire Gem which granted him pyrokinesis (used before killing Vish'ka).
Hagorn has a heightened sense of perception, which allows him to detect people using ivictus.
After Mine-a's attack in Hathoria, the goddess Ether bestowed superhuman strength and speed on Hagorn, which allowed him to withstand a considerable degree of physical and magical attacks. As such,Hagorn could withstand Cassiopea's powers and was unaffected when Amihan ordered the Air Gem to deprive the Hathors of their breath.
He also acquired immunity against LilaSari's petrification curse.
Hagorn could also use the ivictus ability through the Fire Gem and the Soul Gem. After being freed by Avria's black magic from prison, it was shown that Hagorn could use ivictus without a gem.
Hagorn was able to release an energy wave when angry.
Arde has granted Hagorn the power to manage the curse on the unconscious diwatas. Ether granted Hagorn further powers that makes him similar to a Bathala, just like what Ether granted to Avria long ago. This is to ensure Hagorn will finally defeat the Diwatas and Sapiryans for good.
Hagorn is an expert swordsman. After an encounter with Ether, Hagorn seemed to have acquired an acute sense of detecting and being able to hurt anyone with the ivictus ability, being one of the very few who know about the ivictus' sole loophole: incantations of any form that were cast on to that person are nullified while using the ability.
Hagorn is also a brilliant tactician and an intelligent being. He easily deduces different scenarios that may occur before he makes a move. As much as possible, Hagorn wants to be two steps ahead of his enemies and force them to follow his plans without them knowing it.
Hagorn currently prefers using two elemental gems for range combat as he briefly uses Bertud ni Ether.
Hagorn wields the blood-forged sword called Elores. In battle, it feeds on any strong emotion (such as anger) for greater effect. According to Hagorn, wounds inflicted by Elores could not be healed by human medicine. The Elores was created from the blood of his grandfather, King Bartimus.
Ether, despite her grave injuries, provided a divine weapon (Bertud ni Ether) to Hagorn in order to protect himself from the Ivtres of Amihan and Kahlil; it can summon a three-headed dragon and conjure red lightning. Ether later borrows her sword to Hagorn and he briefly uses it upon his escape from Lireo
|Left-side symbol||Paternal family||Male|
|Right-side symbol||Maternal family||Female|
|Monarch of Hathoria||Hathoria royalty|
|Monarch of Sapiro||Sapiro royalty|
|Monarch of Lireo||Lireo royalty|
- Since Hagorn's first encounter with Ether, Hagorn's voice had a monstrous tone.
- Hagorn, despite his bitterness to Raquim and Minea, still loves Minea. He still sees her as the most beautiful diwata in all of Encantadia. After Gurna reported that Minea was assassinated, Hagorn didn't believe it at first - calling Gurna "dirty blood" out of disbelief; he did not expect Minea will be killed. He only instructed Agane to kill Amihan and her child.
- Hagorn's gunblade has never shown in the series yet, but only shown in the trailers before the premiere.
- Some fans think that Hagorn's Arde-themed Hadezar armor is loosely inspired by the Lich King from the World of Warcraft.
- Hagorn was portrayed by Pen Medina in 2005-2006 series, and the young Hagorn was played by Ping Medina in the second book.
- In the 2005-2006 series, the name of Hagorn's mother is Queen Consort Argi-a of Hathoria.
- In the original series, Hagorn has held Fire and Water Gems. In this version, Hagorn has held four elemental gems (Fire, Air, Water and Soul) except the Earth Gem.
- In the original series, Hagorn is killed by Amihan in the final war, however in its third book, he was resurrected by Ether, until he stabbed himself and died in Pirena's arms towards the end of the final war. In this version, Hagorn is killed by Raquim in the final war.
- In the original series, Hagorn has sided with Avria. However in this series, Hagorn and Avria are rivals for power.
- In the original series, Hagorn has no other children, as he only raised Hitano as his "son". In this version, Hagorn has his daughter from LilaSari named Deshna.
- In the original series, Hagorn has the power to change his form, just like his daughter Pirena, but only in a limited time. A prolonged use of this power will gravely weaken him. However in the third book, his shapeshifting power has no longer weaken him upon his resurrection made by Ether.
- In the original series, Hagorn's first armor was loosely inspired by an orc king, then his second armor was inspired by shogun samurai armor.
- In the original series, Hagorn had wielded the Kabilan when he ordered Asval to take it from Ybrahim. His original sword had passed to Hitano.
- ↑ Episode 167. One of the Hathor soldiers addressed Hagorn as Rama Duri-e.
- ↑ Noel Layon Flores. Note that even though the armor is called "Hadezar armor," Hagorn himself is not Hadezar (undead), since he still has a living body.
- ↑ Episode 140
- ↑ Episode 144
- ↑ Episode 185
- ↑ "balimbing" means turncoat person.
- ↑ Episode 190
- ↑ Episode 186
- ↑ Episode 192
- ↑ Episode 99
- ↑ Episode 143
|Kingdom of Hathoria|
|Monarchs||Bartimus | Arvak | Hagorn | Pirena|
|Consorts||LilaSari | Azulan|
|Princesses||Mira | Deshna|
|Kingdom of Etheria|
|Herans||Andora | Juvila | Odessa|
|Keepers of the Fire Gem|
|Cassiopea | Arvak | Raquim | Minea | Pirena | Hagorn | Pirena | Amihan | Pirena | Hagorn | Pirena | Hagorn | Pirena | Cassiopea | Pirena|
|Keepers of the Soul Gem|
|Paopao | Ybrahim | Danaya | Paopao | Hagorn | Danaya | Cassiopea | Avria | Ether | Avria | Danaya | Avria | Hagorn | Ariana | Ybrahim|
|Keepers of the Water Gem|
|Cassiopea | Imaw | Arvak | Raquim | Minea | Alena | Pirena | Hagorn | LilaSari | Amihan | Alena | Pirena | Alena | Cassiopea | Alena|
|Keepers of the Air Gem|
|Cassiopea | Minea | Amihan | Danaya | Amihan | Danaya | Cassiopea | Avria | Cassiopea | Ybrahim | Avria | Hagorn | Ariana | Ybrahim|
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