Born in the days of which space was still an endless mystery, Hagry was originally from Planet Recex, who had not yet learned how to travel worlds with spacecraft. He was abducted by some of the first space pirates from Ovenga and raised to be one of them. He found the endless ocean of stars fascinating, and aimed to be a pirate unlike any other. He traveled across the AUU and after finding out about his true heritage and organizing a mutiny to take his abductor's ship, the Devil's Cruise, he returned to Recex and discovered the gift of digital and holographic technology, but found it difficult to control magic for eons.
As his power with digital and holographic technology grew, so did his skills as a pirate, and he inevitably built a giant crew of Holobots after his precious crew, a Strogon first-mate named First-Mate Macxux, an Ostaisopod second-mate named Second-Mate Penmos, an Anmara third-mate named Third-Mate Anglus, and a Nassiral fourth-mate named Fourth-Mate Hadimer, turned mutiny and ended up assimilated into the Holobot crew, while the rest would end up killed. Thus he continued his long journey of plundering and pillaging as one of the most feared first space pirates ever. Then one day he came across the unknown recesses of the Theta Quadrant. There he met a space witch named Callypion, who had rescued him from a dangerous cosmic storm along with his crew and taught him how to finally master magic by giving him the easiest alternative: black magic. Though it tainted his body, he could always use holography to hide it.
Thus he continued to evolve this black magic and apply it to his very own crew and his ship. This made him a far worse pirate and even made him an infamous legend and omen of death. He continued this for hundreds of years as he kept seeing Callypion and even falling in love with her. But as time went on, the disadvantages of space travel made him unable to live in a gravitational pull any longer, forcing him to forever live in weightlessness, regardless of artificial gravity. He solved other problems by applying black magic, but overusing the black magic started to turn the Devil's Cruise into something more akin to a ghost ship. It was now as black as space, which actually helped him more. Plus, the Holobots became more magical and more like holographic ghosts.
But one day, the Devil's Cruise ended up wandering into a quantum storm rich and reactive to mana. The magic surging around the ship ensured that it died immediately. But because of the mana composition, the remnants had a mind of it's own, allowing the conscious of Hagry to resurrect himself via a remnant data chip pouring his mind, heart, and soul magically into it, allowing him to resurrect himself, and even magically and digitally restore his crew, now fully ghostly, but in mystery of what it really was because it was now part-magic, part-data, part-holography, and part-organic. And the crew even changed. He began to assimilate many into his crew, and those, except his first-fourth mates, who have served the crew long enough end up becoming part of the ship. He even accidentally stumbled upon the legendary Mooqin, which he ended up awakening and taming via his magic, and even merging into his ship and unmerging when needed. Now, he was more infamous as a more literal omen and superstition for spatial death. He continues to haunt and collect from people to this day, camouflaged as dark matter.