|Vilgare Vu Granse|
|Faction||Independent Space Pirate Warmonger|
|Description||Evil, Mean, Manipulative, Sadistic, Comical at Times, Sick and Cruel Sense of Humor, Deadly, Relentless, Fearful Demonic Right Eye Has Ultimate Power|
|Skills and Abilities||Personification of Harshness of Reality, Tactical Genius, Demonic Eye Grants Teleportation, Sublimation, Darkness Manipulation, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Mind-Control, Entire Demonic Army, Flight, Can Breath Underwater, Toxic Environments, and Space, Invisibility, Intangibility, Force-Fields, Regeneration, Energy Blasts, Trademark Ehaexon Armor and Weaponry|
Capitan Vilgare Vu Granse, AKA Capitan Nothingverse, is an Alternate UUniversal Khuroot Human from Planet Chronicus. Living in the island of Young Island, essentially the Neverland of the AUU, and as such is fueled by the joy of child youth and the excitement that come with it, and is the main antagonist of the original AUU story Island of Young Dreams. He was a trouble-maker in his youth, but when a tragedy in his life is reaped and he is shunned for the actions he commits later on, and even banished for that matter, he ends up getting cursed by a Ehaexonian spirit in his exile, that used his own weaknesses and hate to make him stronger, and thus turned him into a demonic space pirate that became the personification of the cruelties and unfairness of reality, the only thing powerful enough to destroy Young Island, which he intended to do for the rest of his life as he was permanently corrupted since his curse. He has since reaped 17 wars on Young Island, and his 17 defeats left Young Island in states of weakness, restraint, disbelief, and pain, but every time, the Guardian Angels healed it. But his final two defeats would be in the hands of not just a Corollian human and personification of imagination and the joy of such, but also her son, Taran Pan, who was sent to her home planet to protect him from Nothingverse, as a prophecy was told that Taran would defeat him for the final time. He was able to find him, but after he escapes multiple times with the help of his mother, Sunber, Noina Bell, and the Lost Young, among others, he destroys the Lost Young's original home village, and he even murders his mother in front of his eyes, destroying his hopes enough so that he cannot stop him. Thus, he bathed the island in his influence, only the effects were far worse than what he reaped before, as it was a time in which he nearly succeeded. But thanks to Taran discovering that his Corollian life was meant to mold his Young Island life and his role in the prophecy, he got both his Corollian and Island friends to take down Nothingverse, and after a bitter fight, Taran finally slayed Nothingverse, and saved his homeland. Though Nothingverse was gone, he hasn't truly died as he is now the spirit guide to his biological son and partner in evil, Captain Vu Granse, as he swore to avenge his father's death and kill Taran, though got much casualties in the process as years of failure resulted in them being rivals that play off each other comically, as he constantly ends up being an easy meal for a Reefyockle.
Fairchild Y.G Youthwell, the author and writer of Island of Young Dreams, did not create Nothingverse as a one-note average and generic villain for the main character to face. In fantasy vs. reality, Fairchild saw no good or evil, and such ideals were the point of his narrative on the story. He created Nothingverse to be an antithesis on Taran. While Taran learned to overcome reality when it came crashing down on him, Nothingverse was so crushed by reality he became an acting agent for the Void, the forbidden darkness that laid beyond the bright clouds of Young Island and the personification of reality, as well as the boundaries to it. He even made it more powerful by having Nothingverse native to Young Island, as well as creating a mirror version of him in Taran's foster hometown in Corollia named Chief Nolan Realton, the chief of police in Taran's hometown who hated Taran for embarrassing him and demeaning his job, even at the behest of his partner and the youngest member of the police Bo Bellatrix, the Corollia reflection of Noina Bell. Nothingverse even managed to sway Chief Realton onto his side to act as a puppet and keep Taran from succeeding until he realized what was really going on.
Nothingverse went through several iterations. The first iteration was as an incorporeal entity for the Void to consume and destroy everything in Young Island. Others made him a monstrous personification of reality, a police officer like Chief Realton, a monstrous adult, and many others. But the prime iteration that made it to the popular idea of the character was a pirate or criminal mastermind who represented reality at it's finest: chaos and crime. One who did whatever he wanted without consequence just like reality. This iteration quickly defined his character and became the most accepted.