The Yamatoda were once free until they tried to betray the Ancient Karjamians during the Battle of Beyonus, as such they were enslaved and continued to be enslaved for several generations. Yoshiro, much like the rest of his kind is a slave to the Karjamians and has been assigned to work for Professor Karjam and PK. Fortunately for him, he got lucky because his master's plan involves freeing the Nimato Solar System from Supreme Deity Karjam, something that he willingly agreed to do with them.
Much like many young Yamatoda, Yoshiro was raised to be polite and subservient to his Karjamian masters. As a child, Yoshiro was to become a handservant
Created from the body of an ordinary Purple Karjam SP and given life from a custom-made Karjamian Core, PK is very different from his fellow fusions. Unlike other Purple Karjam SP, he isn't a fusion due to his modifications which affects him in both body and mind. As such, he cannot split back into a Red Karjam and a Blue Karjam and he's unable to fuse with Professor Karjam because the two of them are designed differently. He can fuse himself with other Fused Karjamians but within that fusion, he manifests as a purple orb that causes the Fused Karjamian to decay despite the enhancements from the fusion.
PK's Karjamian Core grants him several
Professor Karjam (designated as Blue Karjam SP) was once like the rest of his kind. However, his various trips across many different worlds with his companion Yoshiro has opened up his perceptions and made him understand that humans are a diverse but interesting species. This sparked his interest in the human condition and caused him to change his appearance to better understand it; he resembles a human in appearance but still keeps the Blue Karjam head shape and several other traits from his kind. Other Blue Karjam SP have trouble understanding why Professor Karjam holds interest in what they view as inferior, unenlightened beings. As such,
Imports, as the name so states are living beings that are taken from other worlds to be a member of the Karjamian Domain. The purpose of integrating imports into Karjamian Society is to build their loyalty to the Karjamian Domain; after all, Imports tend to be sent off to war to fight alongside their Karjamian allies.
When it comes to their place in society, an Import lives a juxtaposition of being treated like a celebrity and a second class citizen. They don't get as many rights as a proper Karjamian citizen and tend to be treated like property of the Karjamian Military Domain.
Some imports have actually tried to escape from the Karjamian D
One of the many things the Karjamian Military Domain are known (and feared) for are their powerful bio-weapons. These weapons tend to be created from the various wildlife from the worlds they've conquered and as such, extensive research was done to perfect them. It's also known by higher ranked Karjams (i.e DX and XX Ranked) that Karjamian Fusions considered defective or corrupted also tend to be converted into bio-weapons since the Karjamian Scientists believe that such raw power shouldn't go to waste.
As such, the Karjamian Domain has two types of Bio-Weapons that are deployed during their takeover of other worlds:
Karjamian Domain Bio-Wea
The goal of the Karjamian race is to establish as many relations with as many worlds as possible. Most of the time, they do this via going to war with other worlds; The Ancient Karjamians rose in power this way as did the Middle Age Karjamians. Although Karjamians are known for their miltary power and world conquering, they can also establish relations with other worlds in a more peaceful fashion.
Karjamians that are sent off world are encouraged to blend in with the worlds they're assigned to. Drawing attention to themselves makes it harder for Karjamians to establish relations with that world and makes the Supreme Deity look ba
In some of the worlds that the Karjamian Domain had established relations with (or conquered), the people there have the ability to summon various creatures or other beings to assist them. Karjamians assigned to those worlds are told to follow the rules of that world; use of their technology is only permitted if their lives are in danger, they're off to war or if obtaining the summons takes a lot of effort.
Several examples of summoning show that Karjamians can use different types of summons:
Stands (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
Karjamians that are assigned to WORLD_ANIME will have ventured into the universe of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure at least
All Karjamians are created by the Supreme Deity Karjam, who effectively serves as their God. However, in order to create a powerful but functioning society, the deity split them into several ranks:
Karjamian (Karjam/Karjam v1)
These Karjamians are the lowest of the Domain's inhabitants and as such only have basic combat abilities. They can't summon weapons but they do have basic magical power, allowing them to increase their chances of survival.
As inhabitants of the Karjamian Domain, they're citizens and low ranked workers within Karjamian society. As such, they're treated as expendable due to them only living 100 years and being used as c
Though Black and White Karjam are considered among the highest ranked Karjamians, there exists a Karjam so legendary that it only existed during ancient times. This Karjam was known as Rainbow Karjam, a messiah of the Karjamian race who was also known as the only son of the Karjamian God.
In physical appearance, he was a white humanoid with long, curly pastel rainbow hair and a handsome androgynous face that attracted both man and woman. His body is slender but also toned and very strong, being strong enough to lift an entire planet. His clothing resembled that of a hybrid between a European knight and a User (from Tron), as if to
Karjamians, as it has been established are an alien race that live in an endless domain. Created by the Karjamian God and evolving through the ages, they're often known for being technologically advanced. They're also notorious for conquering other worlds with the intent of assimilating them into the Karjamian Domain. The focus of this fanon is on 7 particular colours, modelled after the Rainbow.
Colours and Castes
Karjamians come in many different colours, all of which are sorted by their ranks and their caste. These colours are sorted in order to minimise confusion and maximise productivity. For example, if Blue Karjam is a SP ranked Karjam