| Holotome Profile: Umbra |
The Shadow Jaguar
|Users|| Lord Casterwill |
Elder son of Casterwill
|First Appearance||"The Power of Umbra"|
|Gallery | Appearances|
Umbra the Shadow Jaguar is the Legendary Titan of Dimensions. As such, Umbra has the ability of teleportation. This black jaguar Titan bears orange and cream armor to protect his body.
Umbra was one of the Titans of Casterwill's first son. This Titan was found by Hernán Cortés. His Amulet remained in Cortés' tomb, guarded by another Titan, Conquistador, and a magic barrier. The Pied Piper of Hamelin's magic flute was used to control the guardian Titan, which then deactivated the barrier. Later, Umbra bonded with Dante Vale. Umbra's power was then used to escape from being crushed by Conquistador.
Umbra later transported Lok, Sophie, Dante, and Den to the Spiral Mark to stop the Nullifiers. Umbra then played a small, but crucial, role in preventing the return of the Nullifiers by transporting Dante and Phoenix up to the Red Comet. After stopping the Red Comet, Umbra then transported Dante's ashes, endowed with the ability of Phoenix, back to the Spiral Mark.
As a Meso-Titan, Umbra could be impulsive and very hard to control,yet he showed great concern for his master as seen every time Dante became exhausted. Umbra has the power of teleportation and is even able to use this power with a large number of people. However, using this power on Seekers permanently weakens the Titan, so this ability cannot be used on Seekers on a regular basis. Umbra was ten times as powerful in ancient times, but has been weakened due to this side effect. He is able to teleport himself effortlessly and without weakening. Umbra's attacks are very fast and, thanks to his powers, may come from multiple directions.
- His summoning command is: "Manifest"
- Umbra's name is a Latin word, meaning shadow, ghost, or shade.
- Umbra seems to be inspired by the Aztec god Tezcatlipoca, the counterpart of Quetzalcoatl, as the Jaguar god called "the Black." Likewise, this Titan is connected to the Aztecs and Cortés.