- "Sapiens! Dessssstroy!"
- — D'jinn
Royal Expeditionary ForceEdit
D'jinn was selected by Queen Myrrah to lead an Expeditionary Force to the surface of Sera. Their main objective was to conquer and enslave as many Humans as possible, bringing them into the Hollows for slave labor. This unit is the reason why the hollows are filled with so many captured humans who are forced to work until they die or become "processed."
D'jinn is a brutal and ruthless commander who never brooked even the slightest questioning of his commands. Dispite being the same race as General RAAM he shows uncharacteristic disregard for any Locust under his command. D'jinn shows little to no acceptance of traditional values such as honor and arrogantly underestimates his foes, ignoring his subordinates advice. He is also extremely muscular and tall compared to most of his species. He has proved himself to be fanatically loyal to Queen Myrrah, carrying out his task to eradicate humanity from the face of Sera with fervent zeal and efficiency.
Relationship with the queenEdit
- "The Humans of Sera built a glorious civilization, but Humans are not destined to create. They ultimately did what they do best. Destroy. But this was nothing, compared to a new threat, from below. An enemy that will force Humanity to take their last, inevitable steps, toward extinction. "
- — Queen Myrrah stating what is to happen to the Humans when the Locust attack.
D'jinn was once a stronger, faster, more intelligent Theron Sentinel who showed a great deal of potential in the field. It was under Myrrah's selection that D'jinn would become the Commander of the nutorious Palace Guards. She entrusted her most crucial tasks on his capable shoulders; through several years of vicious campagins against both the Lambent Horde and the Humans, showing how brutal,cunning,ruthless, and resourceful he truly was.
Relationship with the LambetEdit
D'jinn has shown a complete detestation for the Lambent in the past, ruthlessly killing all of the infected without mercy. He views them as being inferior and less worthy of the Queen's attention than humanity.