Yasha has tried to stop his onslaught for centuries now and, with Daruma, seeks Pandora's Box in order to put an end to Kala's plans. Kala's current whereabouts are unknown, but he is said to hide somewhere in the galaxy, while still destroying planets alongside his right hand, Ata.
Even though he was a student of Fudo-myo-o, Kala become a ruthless villain because of his inability to accept the beauty that comes with imperfection. He instead believes that the original state of the universe, one of as a balanced system is the ideal state of beauty. To that end, he resolves to erase the universe his master created in order to create a universe that fits his idea of beauty.
Abilities and Powers
- Samurai Gravity: Kala has a limited degree of control over the molecules that form matter and the gravity H-Particles emit. His power to reshape matter and gravity at will allows for the use of generic samurai abilities.
- Healing Factor: Kala's body can repair itself from any injury.
- Holder Control: Kala is able to reshape the body of his Holder into various forms.
- Gravitational Pull: Like all samurai, Kala has a gravity that can inadvertently draw other samurai keys to him. This can also works in reverse, leading him to other samurai.
- Key Licenses
- Ususama School
- Kala's Samurai Soul: Kala's Samurai Soul, unlike others, is pure black. IT also has the power to kill anything it touches, even Samurai who have not been forsaken by Fudo-myo-o.
- Samurai Soul Blade: A samurai soul can be fused with a Handle Bone from a Holder turning into an energy blade stronger than any metal blade.
- Ususama Style
Kala was created by Fudo Myo-o and served him as his student, but his beliefs ultimately ended up differing from his master. He broke ties with him, and sought to undo all of the work that his master had done creating the universe.
- Kāla (Sanskrit: काल, translit. kālá) is a word used in Sanskrit to mean "time". It is also the name of a deity, in which sense it is not always distinguishable from kāla, meaning "black". It is often used as one of the various names or forms of Yama.
- Kāla has two meanings:
- Black, of a dark colour, dark-blue.
- A fixed or right point of time, a space of time, time, destiny, fate, death.
- In Buddhism, Yama (Sanskrit: यम) is a dharmapala, a wrathful god or the Enlightened Protector of Buddhism that is considered worldly, said to judge the dead and preside over the Narakas ("Hell" or "Purgatory") and the cycle of rebirth.
- Kiṃkara (
矜 羯 羅 童 子Kongara Dōji?, Lit. the Youth Kongara) is one of two chief attendants of Fudo Myo-o ( 不 動 明 王Fudō Myō-ō?), the other is Ceṭaka ( 制 吒 迦 童 子Seitaka Dōji?, Lit. the Youth Seitaka). Also counted among Fudo Myo-o's Eight Attendants ( 八 大 童 子Hachidai Dōji?). His name Kongara (also read Konkara) is a transliteration of Sanskrit Kimkara, meaning servant, slave, and he is said to personify obedience. He is most commonly found accompanying Seitaka in the Fudou Triad ( 不 動 三 尊Fudō Sanzon?), standing to the left of Fudo. According to the HACHIDAI DOUJI HIYOU HOUBON ( 八大童子秘要法品?), he assumes the form of a fifteen-year-old youth with pale-coloured skin, wears a lotus crown, and has a single-pronged vajra resting between the thumb and forefinger of each hand which are clasped together before his breast. Actual artistic representations of him found in Japan do not necessarily follow these prescriptions. Kongara Doji is also mentioned as an attendant of deities other than Fudo and in a rite dedicated to him in the FUKUUKENJAKU DARANIKYOU ( 不空羂索陀羅尼経?) he is described as a Yasha ( 夜叉?) of wrathful appearance, which contrasts his peaceful mien as an attendant of Fudo.