However, like all trolls, he cannot withstand sunlight or the Sword of Daylight. Bular flowing in the water. He wants nothing more than to destroy the Trollhunter and free Gunmar and his army, proving his worth to his estranged father.". Despite his bulky build, Bular is able to move much faster than an ordinary human on foot. and taunted his father's former general, calling him a pet. At the height of the battle, Strickler manages to open the bridge, at which Bular heard Gunmar calling out to him. Non-alien Creatures Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. However, Bular was far from finished. Bular talk with his father. Bular first appears in "Becoming: Part 1" when he duels Kanjigar at sunrise under a bridge in Arcadia. Bular's arm turns to stone in the first episode, leaving him with that handicap for the duration of his future appearances set in the present main reality. Celebrating 15 Years of Excellence and Ingenuity, Avenue Q (Toonwriter's fan fiction series). Though reminded that the bridge would never open without him, Bular stated he'll just use another Trollhunter. Seeking to draw his foe out, Bular guessed that Jim wanted Enrique back. Matilda 2: Revenge of the Trunchbull (2020 film), The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (2022 Film). After disassembling the bridge before Jim could show it to Vendel and reassembled it back in the museum, Strickler informed Bular of Gladys Groe's demise. Add a photo to this gallery. https://non-aliencreatures.fandom.com/wiki/Bular?oldid=77060.  Rai Bular and Rai Bhoi had converted from Hinduism to Islam. Bular was annoyed with the slow pace of the work and suspicious of Strickler's plan to build it in a human museum, but praised the bridge as the dawn of "The Age of Gunmar."
appeared to help him only for a goblin to kick off another manhole cover, keeping them at bay. He inherited the position as zamindar (lord) of Talwandi from his father Rai Bhoi. Bular is monstrously arrogant and cruel to friend and foe alike. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Bular's weapons are stowed in sheaths on his back when not in use, and it is assumed that they were destroyed when he was killed by Jim and AAARRRGGHH!!! Bular in an alternate timeline. The Gumm-Gumm prince offhandedly dismissed her as expendable, given that she already got the stones from Madagascar, and disregarded Strickler's advice to at least care for those in his employ, stating that once his father is free, he'll destroy the Trollhunter. Bular is a antagonist in Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia. Bular is much stronger than a human and even the average troll. He is voiced by Ron Perlman. As Jim's friends wash up in the shadow of the bridge, Bular taunted they're going to watch their Trollhunter slain. Bular nearly overpowered Draal before engaging AAARRRGGHH!!! He also possesses enhanced reflexes, which aid him in swordsmanship, Bular is an excellent swordsman, capable of taking on a fully fledged Trollhunter in Kanjigar and defeating and disarming him. Spotting a Grit-Shaka around his neck, Bular immediately guessed why the Trollhunter was so eager to challenge him. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.
Due to the Gumm-Gumm totem negatively influencing him, Jim proved arrogant in the ensuing duel before Bular crushed the totem under his heel. Biography Edit. They traded blows for a while before Jim slipped beneath Bular's blindspot. Strickler was less than happy to learn of what Bular did until Gunmar stated it was all to force a confrontation, in which Strickler would kill Jim and take the amulet. , He inherited the position as zamindar (lord) of Talwandi from his father Rai Bhoi. before he could crush Toby.
Shrek the Halls Madly Madagascar Merry Madagascar ... Bular is a Gumm-Gumm Troll and the former main antagonist of Trollhunters. The Gumm-Gumm attempts to smash the pair and hurls a truck at them, but they evade him on their bicycles by squeezing behind a building where he cannot fit. Bular makes a brief return in the episode "Unbecoming", in which Jim is given a second chance to live his life without ever having found the amulet. Bular interrupted Strickler's attempt to stroke Gunmar's ego and told his father of the new human Trollhunter and how Strickler prevented him from killing Jim and taking the amulet from him. He then caught Jim attempting to attack him from behind. Following the escape of Jim with the Amulet, Bular and Strickler changed tactics and began building the Killahead Bridge so that it would be ready when the Amulet was acquired.
The Trollhunter then sympathized with Bular's desire to see his father once more, but stated they don't always get what they desire. This article is a non-fanon page. However, unlike Draal, Bular never learns humility and the value of true friendship, which leads to him dying alone against the might of Jim and his friends. Opportunity came knocking when Jim ventured into the sewers, challenging Bular to a duel, which the Gumm-Gumm prince was happy to oblige. Eventually, Otto Scaarbach brought the Eyestone, allowing Bular and his henchmen to talk with Gunmar. Bular managed to avoid exile and remained roaming the human world, trying to steal the Amulet of Daylight and rebuild the Killahead Bridge to free his father.
Bular later attempted to execute Nomura for allowing Jim and Toby to discover the Killhead Bridge. Bular explained that in his human guise, Strickler was Jim's teacher and thus he suspected the Changeling possessed affection for the child. In many ways, Bular can be considered an evil version of Draal; both are arrogant, dismissive of those that they consider weaker than themselves, and rash. It kills Bular that he must take orders from Strickler, a lowly, second-class Changeling.
During the Battle of Killahead Bridge, Deya the Deliverer exiled Bular's father, Gunmar, and the rest of his army into the Darklands. He is quick to anger and quick to act and enjoys lording himself over his subordinates. As he stalked around Jim, Blinky and AAARRRGGHH!!! Bular reasoned that the Stalkling would wait until Jim was alone to strike. Cartoon Network All-Stars (direct-to-video series), https://ideas.fandom.com/wiki/Bular?oldid=1681380, In an interview, voice actor Ron Perlman described Bular as "being pissed off all the time.". Figuring his father's army will require one more Changeling if they fall short, Bular spared her life so as to spite Strickler. Ruthless, cold, arrogant, evil, impulsive, uncaring, persistent, vengeful, inhumane, blood-thirsty, Eating humans, his father, gathering the Killahead Bridge, Adapting, changelings, his father in exile, things not going his way, Strickler's strategies, Trollhunters.
Like many trolls, Bular is dismissive of changelings, seeing them as fodder or cheap labor to further his plans. Bular's merchandise is branded as "Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia" even though that's the name of Parts Two and Three and he was killed in Part I. Being sporting, Bular told Strickler he was to kill Jim if he couldn't get the boy to hand over the amulet.
But he soon disengaged in an attempt to stop Draal from pulling out the amulet, resulting in the bridge being destroyed. "Impulsive and explosive, Bular is the last of his tribe, hiding in the shadows of the human world. In many ways, Bular can be considered an evil version of Draal; both are arrogant, dismissive of those that they consider weaker than themselves, and rash. , Bular's descendants, the Rai family of Bhattis, have continued to play an active role in the area through to the 21st century.
Following Jim Lake's successful audition for the part of Romeo, Bular ambushes Jim and Toby on the streets of Arcadia Oaks. However, he relented when she presented him with a Fetch. After his failure to retrieve the amulet, Bular was sharply rebuked by Stricklander, who had come to Jim's house. At some point, he teamed up with the Janus Order who help him retrieve pieces of the bridge so it could be rebuild. , Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Guru Nanak's estate flourishes in Pakistan", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rai_Bular_Bhatti&oldid=961451837, Articles needing additional references from December 2011, All articles needing additional references, Articles lacking in-text citations from November 2011, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 June 2020, at 15:15. He was among the first few people who viewed Nanak as someone who was specially gifted by God. They both also wish to live up to their fathers' expectations of them. WE GOT TO THE SEQUEL!