|Ability||+3 Attack Per Opp. Damage|
|Released||February 21, 2020|
|Stats lv 3||4/1|
|Stats lv 4||7/5(Ability activated)|
|Stats lv 5||7/7|
Pushed on by the arrogance of Waldegrin, who's now in charge of the Academy, the Skeelz have become real superheroes. His black magic sends his team on ever more dangerous missions, risking their lives to prove the clan’s strength to the entire city. At the request of the Clint City Mayor, they've been sent into space to rescue the passengers of the Orbital Rescue space ship that apparently got caught up in a stellar eruption. While there, Endeavour is almost killed when he's struck by a mysterious cosmic force. Then in a dream, he hears the words, "You now hold the power of our Chimera." On returning to the Academy, he realizes that this strength not only makes him infinitely more powerful but also a lot more unstable. In conflict with this inner being, he releases his powers in a way he can neither understand nor contain. Totally out of control and hurting those he loves most, Endeavour starts to unpick at the very tissue binding the Skeelz together…
- Power of the Phoenix: Win 40 fights through knock-outs in survivor mode.
Advantages & Disadvantages
- Both his name and last level artwork could be based off of Enji Todoroki, a character from the popular anime and manga, My Hero Academia.
- He could also be based off of the Human Torch, a superhero from the Marvel Comics who also gained fire powers while in space.
- The space suit he is wearing in his fourth level artwork is similar to the one worn by Buzz Lightyear, a protagonist from the popular Pixar movie series, Toy Story.
- His mission and part of his profile mentioning the Skeelz Academy training students to be heroes is a reference to X-Men; namely, The Dark Phoenix Saga.
- He is one of the few Skeelz members to not wear a standard uniform.