Black Battler

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"Ushiromiya Battler. That's supposed to be my name. I've been called that many times... I guess it's obvious, since it is my name. But me and the Battler Ushiromiya I know... sad to say, we're pretty different" ― Black Battler, referring to his true self.

A character from Umineko no Naku Koro ni Hane.

Illusions to Illusions[edit | edit source]

He appears to be just Battler in a dark suit , but that's all the power of his extremely convincing deceptive personality, as his true self is that of a sadistic killer, who acts stone-cold at all times save for his outbursts of maniatic laughter.

In Bernkastel's game he was the Culprit, who had lied about his parent's death, and they carried out the murders until they killed everyone. However, he only did this only because of his culprit designation, and expressed that he regretted having to be the Culprit.

This means that Black Battler was never truly "real".

B. Battler has all the powers that the regular Battler has, but is slightly weaker.

Season 3[edit | edit source]

When Chris-chan tried to use The Focusing Stone's power to bring the Dimensional Merge, all he did was merely merge himself with his imagination of Sonichu, as Chris always wanted to be Sonichu (who was a Mary Sue abstraction of himself), becoming the Abomination. When Battler used The Focusing Stone to escape the Dimensional Merge, it left behind a shadow whose place was quickly filled by something.

Being close to a "real" existence, he sent Battler along with 17 of his friends and trapped them in the Meta-World's Rokkenjima.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

Upon returning, he locked up on Battler's office, probably scheming his plans, when Kinzo came to confront him, however, Battler didn't open the door until when he had lost hope and was leaving, but when Kinzo went in in, he shot him dead.

Episode 6

Later on, when Agent 47, and later Max Payne came to his room, he locked them inside, and upon opening it there was no trace of anyone there, the current whereabouts of 47 and Payne currently unknown.

Episode 8

Agent 47 announced his cooperation with B. Battler, and that he killed Kinzo and assaulted people backstage.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Saihara reveals' 47's plan: To make everyone believe Black killed Kinzo and that he was real, when he was merely a distortion in reality, and so he would replace Battler and erase him. However, when Battler returns, he is the one that can defeat Blackler as the two are competing for the same spot on reality.

As the both fight each other, they throw Red Truths in trying to prove which one is real, and Battler manages to overcome B. Battler. After the match, Battler restates the whole case in Red, and uses the Golden Truth to deny Blackler from reality.

And so, Black Battler was banished from this reality, but will he return someday...?

"Everything's broken. But I'll come again. Again in the next nightmare..."

Season 6[edit | edit source]

Wild rumors of sightings of previous enemies of TFR exist in all corners of the Rumbled World, even of Black Battler returning to existence.

At that time, Kojima welcomes a strange group of men into his office who were running late: The Divine Powers.

Episode 16[edit | edit source]

Blackler and Sonichu fight Kasuga Ichiban and Agent 49, and despite Chris-chan being defeated, Blackler defeats both of them easily, but Suou's group gets the upper hand against Kojima, and Blackler escapes.

Episode 17

Blackler reunites with BANS, who accepts his culprit self fully, and both fuse to become Shadow BANS.

After defeating his opponent, however, Agent 49 manages to dispel his power and send him back to Hell.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Ironman 20' Ushiromiya Battler (Truth Counter 5-2) Denied
W0 L1 -1
2 5 P
Iconic Match
Rumble of the Black Sorcerer

Note: Tried to prove to Battler he was real, but only managed to pull 2 Red Truths and in the end, we wasn't a lie strong enough to replace the truth.

Ushiromiya Battler, Hachijo Tohya, Peleador Ushiromiya, Black Battler Lose
Iconic Match
The Battler Royale
Black Battler → Peleador Ushiromiya
Ushiromiya Battler → Hachijo Tohya
Ushiromiya Battler → Black Battler
Kasuga Ichiban & Agent 49

Black Battler & Chris-Chan

W1 L1 0
4 5 P
Ironman 15'
Agent 49 (1-2) Win

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Despite the similarities in name, he is not related to Black Ref.
  • Black Battler is actually Battler's shadow-self, and in Season 3, it was actually Nyarlathotep filling its form instead of the true incarnation of his shadow.
    • Coincidentally, Suou Tatsuya was the first one who noticed Black Battler's appearance in the arena, further establishing the relation.

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