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Dancestor is the ??????.

Main information
Name ??????
Also known as: Raimi Nevarez (PMMM AU)
Specific Name Algific Knave
Second flavour quote The one who stops and starts
Origin Indonesia
Subject nr 09
Symbol Straight arrow
Alignation Dancestors
Door Name ICE

?????? is one of the characters in the so-called dancestor group. He has the power of the Algific Knave, granting him creation of ice.

Although he would be mostly neutral towards him, Omar would beat him.


Not much is known about Algific Knave. It is suggested he 'wants to make lots of puns about being chill now' seeing his power to make ice.

He likes terrible films and his hobby is boating.

In the story Chiasmata

Algific Knave does not make an active appearance in the story, since he has already left the Location before the story takes place.

However, a room filled with ice has been found. When asked Brother Dearest who did it, he says: 'I dunno. A Knave?' making him the culprit of the happenstance.

In other universes

His name in the PMMM AU is 'Raimi Nevarez'. His appearance is based on 'Office Light' as is seen in the colors used. Also, he constantly relocates the location of the ribbon containing his 'Power Source' (fan universe language for 'Soul Gem'). Why he does this, is unknown.

He explains why Illusory Miasmic and Bright-Eyed Luminary logged off after the Regent Restorative was mentioned when Knight Vitreous asks it. He himself says 'dunno' when asked about the plan to meet LUCA. Before he is banned, he reveals that the current location of his Soul Gem is his right hand.


  • He has been likened to Rufioh Nitram.
    • The things known about them circled around taking it easy and being relaxed.
    • Both were in a group of characters who went through the same trials as the current protagonists are going through, but have escaped them in some way.
  • His associated color is #BDFF00, the inverted version of his dancestor's color, #4200FF.
    • His color is called 'Lime'.
  • In this fanwork, the traditional Chinese character under him (冰) reads 'Ice'.