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Many years later, they were accidentally revived by one of the monks of Mallif Cove. Khan killed the monk and tried to reach the island-chain city of Scapio in an effort to locate someone who could open the Seyugi vaults beneath the fortress. He kidnapped a slicer, but was caught, forcing the Seyugi to go into hiding once again.
Khan was a tall figure with dark eyes, completely devoid of body hair. Always dressed in a red cloak, when fighting he wore a white mask with a stylized rancor maw painted upon it. Khan's long carbon-sleep made him jittery and prone to explosive bouts of rage if he was defied—a condition opposite that of most Seyugi, who trained in patience and hiding their emotions.