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It was revealed that he was Koyn Kisunagu, who after several years of resting inside the Fracture, came out to destroy the Fantendoverse.
He came into the Fantendoverse as a recolor of Strafe known as Koyn Kisunagu. Discriminated for most of his life and forced to move to The Wasteland, he began to build a resentment for the universe for treating him like this. When he found out that Lectro the Hedgehog was alive and under a new identity shortly after touching the Fracture in Fantendo Smash Bros. Cracked, he found that the Fracture was causing most of the Wasteland to go insane. Teaming up with Zelena Neon, a recolor of Leah Needlenam, he headed to stop Crack the Hedgehog. After defeating Crack the Hedgehog, he began to float up to the Fracture and accepted the role it decided for him, which was to become the Shattering.
Festering for many years, Clockwarx grew more powerful as more and more as Catalysts began to show up, creating too many timelines and with White Goddess' removal of "problematic" elements of the Fantendoverse (including things like her sister Palutena, Doodleland, Plumber, etc). Although White Goddess attempted to prevent him from coming out by removing those elements, this actually worsened the stability of the timeline (although one could argue she was doing this for selfish reasons, as she claimed a lot of power this way and became the commander of the Titans, which she would attempt to figure out, resulting in the Titan Scraps).
He was released in the story known as Shattered Panes, which was "cancelled" in that White Goddess aborted it and removed most traces of Doodleland presence in the Fantendoverse. This actually created MORE problems, with Clockwarx finally awakening again during Fantendo Smash Bros. Shattered thanks to the help of The Mistake, who he killed and devoured. With White Goddess powerless to abort the timeline and nobody willing to do it, Unten and his friends needed to stop Clockwarx... some how.
During the last chapter of Act 2, Clockwarx absorbed some of Unten's power and transformed into his free form. This form represents the three games in the saga, with his red tentacles representing Scarlet Skies, the yellow crack representing Cracked, and the blue orbs representing Shattered. With the power absorbed from Unten's memories and the landmasses he had absorbed, he created a place called Shattered Point. This was made up from the alternate timelines that the Fantendoverse had, and it was pulled apart by Clockwarx with the help of Eldritch Abominations and Beorn Androids.
As the group rebands together, including most of the people that was absorbed in the explosions and made into mind-wiped slaves, the truth behind Clockwarx is revealed by Zeitgeista in a pit. Clockwarx kills Zeitgeista shortly after and disorts the landscape so not to disturb finishing the Shattering. However, against all odds, Unten, Netnu, Boare, Reese, Reese II, Aurora, Leah Needlenam, and Trip all manage to take him out. Zeitgeista holds his original body as the universe begins anew.
Powers and Abilities
Clockwarx has the power to fly over long distances. He also has the ability to "annihilate" areas of land in his presence, although these annihilated pieces of land are actually being sent to Shattered Point to construct and contain. He can also explode nearly anything in his path as well as send out clockwork creatures such as beetles to scope out areas. He can also sense catalysts.