Dacarus Bartolt is the Cardinal Secretary of State and has made himself the archenemy of the heroes. He is personally responsible for the continuation of World War III and the deaths of tens of millions of people as a result of that war.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
It is unknown whether Dacarus has any superpowers.
During The Fall of Gods 1Edit
Dacarus made his first relevant appearance as a Catholic cardinal when he appeared together with Celestia Morrigan and the young Harold Montego in a deep chasm where the body of the Dread King had fallen into after he had been slain by Dugal Cain. Dacarus offered Harold to the Will of Iscariot, which saw potentional in the boy's powers and accepted to become his host.
Inbetween The Fall of Gods 1 and 2Edit
Sometime after the first chapter, Dacarus approached Ansed Booth and managed to convince him to declare his loyalty to him. How he managed to do this and what he said to Ansed is currently unknown.
After six years of peace negotiations between the Roman-led alliance and the Londimian-led alliance, Dacarus initiated his master plan, the purpose of which is currently unknown. He somehow purged Pope Bardarus Bismarck's soul from his body, trapped it in the body of an owl, severed the connection between Bismarck's soul and the Will of Peter, and locked them up in the Labyrinth beneath Vatican City.
Dacarus also ordered Ansed Booth and Alexander Theosus to find and apprehend Max Morton. When Max was killed by Ansed, Dacarus pinned the blame of his death on Dugal Cain, who soon found himself constantly on the run from Section 1. Harold Montego was appointed to the position of Lord High Inquisitor by Dacarus.
Finally, Dacarus declared war on Portugal and Spain, two allies of Rome, and had the Crusader Corps obliterate their national armies after which they went north to invade France. With the Roman-led alliance shattered and the peace negotiations thrown down the bin, World War III was reignited.
During The Fall of Gods 2Edit
Thus far Dacarus has enjoyed his stay in the capital of Rome handing out orders to his Lord High Commanders. His most notable actions thus far have been giving the order for the Crusader Corps to invade the British Isles shorty after the fall of France, and his refusal to send reinforcements to aid the corps when the corps was facing defeat at the hands of the heroes and their allies during the second battle for London.