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Sareth

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The main character of Dark Messiah of Might and Magic.

Power of Kick[edit | edit source]

The son of a powerful Demon Lord and an unwilling Knight-Queen, said to be fate's pawn to bring chaos into the world.

TFR/Off-Season 8: The Lock OVA[edit | edit source]

Dubbed as "The Future of WWE", Sareth debuted into RAW as "The Lock" by coming out of a vault safe and winning Sami Zayn's title, and even was assigned camerawoman called Kat to record his rise to fame. However, from day 1 he tried to reject his gimmick and tried to draw the show all by himself to exponentially worsening results, attempting to create Neo Evolution with Randy Orton and 10-year midcard survivor Gabe Slade yet still failing to show off, until he called out Shawn Michaels and finally got it laid directly for him that all his chances he refused to take were fabricated, and unable to bear the truth, throws old man Michaels into the metallic steps and is instantly fired, condemned to spend 3 months 10 years in a recording studio doing nothing but faking matches for 2K Studio's mocap against Cole Quinn. Eventually Zayn shows up and after attacking him and almost facing legal charges, he meets with the person who first contacted him about his potential, a scottish old man known as Tavish, who helped him discover a world of wrestling outside of WWE. Through a tournament in the UK (against fearsome opponent Big Shaw) and later Japan's Apex Tournament, he makes a name for himself and meets with the wrestlers Chosen and Hector Flores. Although conflictive at first, Chosen reveals he was a big fan of The Lock and lost hope when he saw him fall, but has now regained it. In turn, Sareth decides it's time to return to WWE as himself and "steals" the NXT Title and a trophy by breaking in and winning the match, which he later exchanges for an actual contract. However, as Michaels reveals, he has 58 days to win the WWE Title, or he won't be able to ever step in WWE again, and the title is held by none other than Gabe, now rebranded as the heel "Slade". Forming his own faction with Hector and Matt Riddle, a nervous Michaels forces Slade to tap to Orton so that he could defend the title, but at the very end, both his allies, Chosen, and even Gabe helped him win the title and remain in WWE.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

But the happy ending never came and things did not work out, so now he once again finds himself hopping into a different company, now TFR...

Episode 2

Sareth("The Lock") participates in the Berserker Brawl tournament in Pool C.

Kat decides to re-instate her interviews. In this new beginning, he almost felt his fingertips on the gold, but then that last match against Rando soiled the momentum, yet despite being a "Supernova", Max Payne is a strong veteran to kick it off. However, Kat has good news for this; although it is neither Chosen, a main event spot, nor getting to kick Slade around as he expected, but rather as Payne is getting a title shot next and his opponent wants to "gather some data", it might be a good chance to divide his focus if he accompanies Sareth to ringside. With slight annoyance to her suddenly making manager-tier decisions, Kat puts it that someone has to look out for him, or he might still've been "The Lock" on NXT to this day.

And luckily enough, he might have locked himself outside of the sidelines thanks to Oak's help, and advances to Pool C's next tier.

Episode 4

Extra("One-Two-Tre") is against Sareth. Although a man of hands and a man of kicks, they share more in common than it seems. Sareth reminds Extra of his earlier days before his career moved from the ring to kitchens and bathrooms.

But seeing a reflection of his past makes Extra want to help Sareth somehow. Since he's already got a manager, his advice is instead to make sure they are being managed and acquire all the training they can from both them and their opponent, much like Mr. HUNK got him back on track. Sareth also had a mentor and he managed to extract-

"Extract"... Yeah, that's it, boy! Mmmmmmm, badd ass!

After instinctively blurting that, Extra denotes that learning how to read a contract and the fine print IS something truly badass and important. Before their match, Sareth wonders one more thing though... why does Extra keep staring at Kat...

Episode 5

Despite not thinking he'd make it so far (except for telling Kat he could at least kick that "feeble guy"s ass), he has now reached the tournament proper. Like his opponent, he thought he should get a video package as well, to seem like a bigger deal as Kat puts it. His opponent has some amazing feats as well, he's ripe young talent just like him, he has wrestled all over the world in Japan and mexico, much like him too. But Kat reminds him of the things that are UNLIKE him, like working in mocap for no pay, or injuring Sami Zayn and the old man Shawn Michaels...

There's also being "The Lock" and his rivalry with Slade... but in the end none of those seem like very good things, although they could get bonus points by framing it as someone who shouldn't be underestimated by his rough beginning, very relatable. Maybe explaining why he's happy to be here...?

TFR/Off-Season 9: Rokkenjimania V[edit | edit source]

Non-Canon
NXT has acquired four top TFR talent, but their gimmicks aren't quite right... yet, with Triple H's careful watching eye, they might just become the future of NXT! First off is Bradley Christofer, from red swordsman to a novice at the peak of making it in the industry.

"The Lock"? Now he goes by Ariani Sana, a mystical indian man! Jackman... nah that's bad, doesn't roll off the tongue, so how about "The Man" Jack Offstein. And lastly the guy who wasn't getting anywhere under a mask... now Gashu Matsuyama, a Japanese guy who trains under the legendary Bitchu Matsuyama dojo. But the best part, will be them learning of their new profiles just when coming back from the break...

Amogus has sighted its target, and Ariani's time is up. Even if he was once in the side of justice before... their goals have long parted ways; Amogus used to believe they both wanted peace... but it seems recently only his people care about that. Even reluctantly, the job must be carried.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

While his tournament run was cut short, Sareth continues looking for the 'key' that will open up the lock in his potential, to leave it behind.

Episode 7

Another week, another time for the moment the audience has been watering their mouth for: Tough Enough! Last week they demonstrated their ring prowess, now mentors will choose their disciples!

Suou Tatsuya's potential is clear as day... and that's why Sareth wants to temper it with his knowledge of wrestling from around the world, but most importantly improving his kicks, only part Tatsuya isn't looking forwards to is the camera always up to his nose...

Now, to test the chemistry, Retinz announces three tornado matches, winners will get 2 points, and the audience will yet again vote on the top 4.

Boogie went above and beyond his master by singlehandedly winning the HiaC, and for that got both the victory and the first place in voting, totaling in 6 pts. The Samurai of Justice demonstrated their bushido and might, getting the victory and second place for a shocking 12 pts. Koga is third and ranks up to 8 pts. And Kyle's disciple Chai gets the last point, up to 7 pts. For grabbing the top of the ladder, Ricky also got his first 2 pts.

Episode 9

With TFR being finally back, Tough Enough is as well, and Retinz welcomes the audience to this long-awaited edition! They've already explored vital aspects that constitute a star, but now they'll navigate into uncharted waters: The participants will collaborate with their mentors not in the ring, but in creating music! Music can be key in a wrestler's presentation, sometimes even getting over just due to it (like a certain Snorious example). They have some very talented staff, so their challenge is helping them come up with a new theme song―will they be able to keep it? That's up to creative, but for tonight all goes! Jingu isn't a music instructor, but even he is excited to see what they can make.

Tatsuya doubts he can do much with a fighter jet's, a motorcycle's, or construction's noises and maybe should text Eikichi or Ginko, so Sareth asks Kat if she could get a music video out in time, and she'll try sending some footage to record labels.

After debuting their songs, Tough Enough participants are made to contest in the rumble for MITB, with the stipulation that if they make it to the last 5 they'll win 2 additional points, and another 2 if they win the rumble itself. Only Samurai Flamenco lasts until the Top 4. Tatsuya's "From the world I've left behind" is ranked as the #1 hit, gaining 5 pts and jumping to the top of the rankings with 14pts. After boogie'ing it up, "Boogie Woogie FUCK U" gets Boogie 4 points, up to 12 total. The bussin' songs of Koga prove straight FIRE as he's third, going up to 11pts. Disco revives with "The Lawyer's Groove" and Gregson's score slightly as well making it up to 7pts. For his rumble performance, Samurai Flamenco ranks up to 14pts with 2 bonus points.

And... although not a participant, Agent 47 would get the last point if he was able to, making the tragic score of Reize remain at zero after not even being able to accrue one single point in the entire tournament.

A few rumble participants also get to compete for the KoJ #1 Contendership.

Episode 11

Tonight, Retinz announces, is a very special night for Tough Enough! The mentors have been hard at work, and finally everyone will get to see the results... themselves firsthand, in a 1-on-1 match! If a rookie manages to pull an upset and win, that's 2 points, and the audience will get to vote on if the match was good enough to grant one extra point, so that's two objectives to strive for!

Just a straightforwards 1-on-1... Tatsuya was expecting something like a Reverse Royal Rumble or a First Man Laying... or maybe something like Falls Count Somewhere, Last Blood, or Mountain Dew Pitch Black Match, adds Sareth... but Tatsuya thinks he's dangerously close to giving them ideas. Either way, Sareth wants to taste how strong his kicks are, but Tatsuya only recently regained the ability to walk after all those repeat drills...

Boogie, Koga, and the ill-fated Chai are awarded the rare full 3 points, ending at 18, 14, and 10 points respectively. Tatsuya and Samflam get by with only the bonus points, both ending at 15pts.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
OS8E45
NON-CANON Fight Knight Lose
OS8E47
NON-CANON
Falls Count Anywhere
Extreme Rules
Extra "Tre" Win
Iconic Match
Match for Most Schizo 2K Protag
Game: WWE 2K23
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
OS8E47§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose Game: WWE 2K23

Note: DL'd CAWs were so OP that the match's contendership was cancelled

OS8E48
NON-CANON
UK Rules
No-Top-Rope
2/3 Falls
KO
Tavish (0-2) Win Stage: UK Pub
Royal Rumble
OS8E48§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 0 P
Iconic Match
For Title: Literal Jobber #2 Contender
OS8E49
NON-CANON
TLC
Sareth, Professor Oak, Johnny Knoxville Lose Referee: Saihara Shuichi
OS8E50
Manny Pardo Lose
W0 L2 -2
0 1 P
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
「Interim Million Dollar Tournament」
→Quarterfinals
OS8E51
Royal Rumble
OS8E51§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
NC
W0 L2 -2
0 1 P
For Title: TFR #2 Contender
OS8E52
NON-CANON Hisoka Win
Royal Rumble
OS8E52§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W0 L3 -3
0 1 P
For Title: TFR #1 Contender
OS8E53
Tag-Team
KO-only
Elimination
Ruber, Dutch van der Linde, The Grinch, Max Payne

V, Sareth, Sandro, Chris Redfield

Win
W1 L3 -2
0 1 P
「Contendership Clash Tournament」
→Round 1

Note: Was eliminated first from his team and removed from the tournament.

OS8E56
Royal Rumble
OS8E56§#TFR Japan Tour Lost Match #8
Full List
Lose
W1 L4 -3
0 1 P
『TFR Japan Tour Lost Tapes』
S7.5E1
Rando Lose
W1 L5 -4
0 2 P
W0 L2 -2
0 2 P
S7.5E2
Max Payne Win
W2 L5 -3
1 2 P
W1 L2 -1
1 2 P
「Berserker Brawl」
→Pool C

Support: Professor Oak

S7.5E4
Extra Win
W3 L5 -2
2 2 P
W1 L2 -1
1 2 P
Iconic Match
Pool C End: The Camera Men
「Berserker Brawl」
→Pool C Final
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S7.5E5
Ryan Rave Lose
W3 L6 -3
2 2 P
W1 L3 -2
1 2 P
「Berserker Brawl」
→Round 1

Note: Count-out

S7.5E7
George Jackman Win
W4 L6 -2
3 2 P
W2 L3 -1
2 2 P
OS9E2
Royal Rumble
OS9E2§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W4 L7 -3
3 2 P
Iconic Match
For Title: world title #1 Contender
OS9E3
OS9E3§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W4 L8 -4
3 2 P
For Title: world title #1 Contender
OS9E4
NON-CANON Matsumaya Gashu Win Rokkenjimania V』– WrestleDream Arc
Stage: NXT
NON-CANON
Elimination Chamber
Matt Ador #5, Aniki #6, Ariani Sana #3, Jake Xanadu #4, Bradley Christopher #1, Matsuyama Gashu #2 Lose Rokkenjimania V』– Vengeance Arc
Stage: AEW
NON-CANON
Falls Count Anywhere
Red Among Us Lose Rokkenjimania V』– Light vs. Dark Arc
Stage: NXT
NON-CANON
WarGames
Animatronic Yo + Red Among Us, Vatman, Freddy Fazbear

Bradley Christopher + Matsuyama Gashu, Ariani Sana, Jack Offman

Lose
OS9E5
Royal Rumble
OS9E5§#THE FINAL RUMBLE OF THE YEAR
Full List
Lose
W4 L9 -5
3 2 P
『Christmas Miracle Special』
For Title: World Title #1 Contender
OS9E6
TLC Spazz Maticus, Aniki, Colombo Spice, Sam Stone, Sareth Lose
W4 L10 -6
3 2 P
For Title: Literal Jobber #1 Contender
S8E5
Commando Lose
W4 L11 -7
3 3 P
W2 L4 -2
2 3 P
S8E6
Apollo Justice Win
W5 L11 -6
3 3 P
W3 L4 -1
2 3 P
Note: Count-out
S8E7
Ladder
Tornado-Tag
Ricky ***shotta & Vorgin, Suou Tatsuya & Sareth, Chai & Kyle Hyde Lose
W5 L12 -7
3 3 P
「Tough Enough」
Note: Ricky Cumshota gets 2 Pts
S8E9
Royal Rumble
S8E9§#TOUGH ENOUGH RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W5 L13 -8
3 3 P
For: MITB
Elimination Chamber Sareth #4, Adol Christin #5, Hisoka #3, Van Darkholme #6, Dutch van der Linde #1, Kido Reiji #2 Lose
W5 L14 -9
3 4 P
Iconic Match
Chamber of Eliminating Ricky Bobby
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
S8E11
Suou Tatsuya Win
W6 L14 -8
4 4 P
W4 L4 0
3 3 P
「Tough Enough」
Note: +1 bonus point

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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