Lakan was first seen hiding behind a tree near the opening of the counterpart portal of Asnamon in the human world. He sees Danaya and Muyak and follows them. He later rescues Danaya from being shot by Berto. He refused to tell his name, and vanished before Danaya could thank him. Something flew in the sky and a feather fell.
Lakan was eating at an eatery when he heard the sound of the Flute of Mulawin. Unable to resist its call, he goes to a deserted place to inject his ugatpak at his lower spine. He transforms into a Mulawin.
Lakan decided to help Danaya and Lira reach the Sky Portal used by the Mulawins in order to reach Encantadia. Danaya transformed into a small land pashnea while Lira was held by Lakan as they traveled in the sky. Lira fainted and almost fell but she was saved by Lakan until they eventually reached the sky portal.
Seeing Lakan, Lira calls him "birdman,"
After fulfilling the wish of Danaya, Lakan went back to Avila where he found out that Rama Hagorn of Hathoria initiated a mass genocide due to the Mulawin defiance from his reign. Seeking vengeance Lakan went to the Royal Palace of Lireo and killed Hathors crossing his path.
Finding out that Lira has been killed, Lakan brought Danaya to Avila in order for to delay the retres from taking Lira's corpse. In here Pagaspas revealed the Gintong Binhi hidden at the Labyrinth of Balbal by the Bathalumang Ether. Lakan saw this as an opportunity to resurrect his wife or any of his loved ones but opted to give it to Lira instead.
Upon reaching Balbal, Lakan and Danaya attempted to battle the monster inside Balbal but they saved instead after the monster was wounded by enemy Bandidos. Back at Avila, Lira was revived due to the gintong binhi and she hugged Lakan as a sign of gratitude for his help.
It is unknown whether Lakan stayed at Avila or went back to the human world afterwards. But he promised that when Encantadia needs him, he will do his best to return.
As a Mulawin, Lakan could fly.
He is a skilled warrior who can defeat a platoon of Hathors single-handedly.
His principal weapon is the tarik which is attached on his wings. This includes his personal shield.
Lakan's only sister is Maya.
- Lakan means "chieftain" or "lord" in pre-Hispanic Philippines.
- Lakan's twin shields from his wings are later appeared and repainted as Fire and Air shields of Lira and Mira respectively.
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