Xeren is a demonic figure of intense power, and is the main antagonist of the first two seasons of The Demon's Light.
Xeren is a multiple story tall horned figure, cloaked in angular armour made of ebony and steel, the steel parts burning a slight red hue due to their heat. The armour forms a metal jaw on his face, as well as protection the upper area of his head. His nose is sunken and skull like, and his skin is cracked and red, forming an almost scaly appearance. His eyes, exposed within his helmet, are bright yellow, with some orange areas and no pupils. On his back rests a long cape, woven from fine silk and pure black. Atop his head, and through his helmet, are two twisted black horns, kept perfectly clean and shiny, along with his armour.
This, coupled with his height of over a story, makes him quite menacing.
Xeren, formerly a god, created the realm known as Euclid. Unfortunately, due to early, small portals from Eden, Demons came to this world in its prehistoric stages. Xeren, roaming the planet in the form of a regal human, eventually fell in love with a Demon woman, bearing a child known as Kaz.
Unbeknownst to Xeren, blind with love and happiness, his wife was grooming their son to steal Xeren’s soul so that she could rule. Kaz, who was quite intelligent, decided to do this with the inherited godly powers as well as his mother’s dark magic, and promptly murdered his mother to take power himself, though he did not account for what would become of Xeren without his soul.
Xeren was enraged, and this rage manifested into a form similar to that of a massive Demon, which Xeren decided to take the identity of. No longer was he Xeren, God of Euclid. Instead, he was Xeren, the Demon King. Changing his form to a smaller one, Xeren used many women to bear his children, who would be raised to be obedient servants to him. He also, notoriously, orphaned people and took them in as soldiers, forming the lowest rank of his military.
Xeren is highly intelligent being, and has a lack of empathy and emotion, due to his soulless nature. He feels only rage and apathy, not even glee when committing atrocities. He kills anyone if they disobey, believing them to be of no use.
Unfortunately, despite creating his children for war, he has a primal connection to them, one so embedded in his psyche that he cannot stand letting them die. That is, except for Kaz. Kaz could burn in hell, for all Xeren cared.