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Japanese Name ヴィック
Rōmaji Name Vik
Age Unknown
Gender Male
Hair Color Brown (Incarnate Form)
Eye Color Red (Incarnate Form)
Height 11 Half ft. (Incarnate Form)
Occupation Soldier (Formerly)
Affiliation Incarnate Soldier Unit (Formerly)
First Appearance
Debut Chapter 13, Episode 1

Vic (ヴィック, Vik) is a Sasquatch Incarnate and member of Incarnate Soldier Unit during the Civil War.


Despite named as Sasquatch, his face resembles a walrus and muscular body.



Highly suited to covert operations in mountainous regions, Vic's well balanced muscles and human feet make advancing through the rugged terrain easy, while its bristly coat of fur provides protection from gunfire.

In addition, the Vic's subdermal fat layer provides excellent resistance to cold temperatures and allows for long periods of solo activity without support or suplies. The thickness of this fat layer can widely flucuate, with the Vic's weight sometimes shrinking in half following a particulary long operation.

Making use of these characteristics, Vic was frequently deployed as a stealth solo agent in mountainous regions to crush enemy reconnissance forces and detachments. In spite of its exceptional ability to work covertly, it none the less left rare traces of its presence in the snowy mountainous regions. While its massive feet kept it from sinking deep into the snowdrifts, it left behind foot prints that were clearly not human. Those who came across these footprints imagined a creative of even greater size than the Sasquatch was, which planted seeds of terror in onlookers.[1]


Great Mountains

Confronted by Hank Henriette Vic asks for forgiveness as it got so hungry and asks what it should have done. As Hank tells him he'll fulfill the oath they made. Vic attacks Hank and tells him about not wanting to die. Hank transforms into Werewolf state and proceeds to kill Sasquatch.[2]


  1. To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts - Sacred Beast Encyclopedia Entries: File no. 11
  2. To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts: Chapter 13

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