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Currently Rikudo's current goal in life would seem very basic and almost primal to most people he would come across. His thirst for power having a deeper meaning than simply just being that alone however. He was after something greater than power itself, he was after the destruction of evil incarnate or to be even more specific the father he associated with it.
In the future, Rikudo does have hopes that he will finally be able to attain peace within himself and one day he even dreams of being free from nightmares of his mothers death that still haunt him to this very day.
Having fully awakened the demonic power within him, his new abilities have allowed Rikudo to do things many people from his home village had only dreamed of. These such accomplishments included but were not limited to simply being strong enough to leave the village itself despite the demonic threat that had kept the villagers locked there for generations.
Rikudo didn't make many friends growing up and as such to this day still doesnt have many if any at all, feeling more comfortable around the animals of the wilderness than next to his fellow man.
Rikudos father is the sole target of all Rikudos hatred. This hatred has fueled Rikudos sudden growth of power and is the very same driving force that keeps him pushing on past any obstacle set in his wake.
Rikudos mother - Tatsumi (Deceased) : Tatsumi was Rikudos mother, a kind woman with long blond hair and a very perky smile that never faded. She was his best friend and his mother growing up, spending every second of each day with her son as their bond held strong.
Rikudos father - Azura (Unknown): Not much is known about Rikudos father and what Rikudo saw of him the night his mother died was nothing more than a large shadowy figure in the moonlight.