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Brutus Kintobor was an ancestor of Dr. Robotnik and a member of the House of Ivo. He once traveled to the Floating Island where he encountered the Guardian of that time, Steppenwolf. After his group's planned betrayal was exposed, Brutus and his Overlander companions were forced to flee from the island.
Brutus Kintobor possesses many similarities to other members of the Kintobor family, specifically Julian Kintobor. Although Brutus is much slimmer than his descendant, they both possess similar red irises with black sclera. His outfit is also similar in design to Julian (Dr. Ivo Robotnik)’s outfit, only with a blue and grey scheme instead of red and gold. Unlike Julian, Brutus possesses a full head of brown hair and a matching mustache.
Attempted Invasion of the Floating Island
Brutus Kintobor, descendent of the great Ivan Kintobor line, would eventually be among the first Overlanders to make contact with the Floating Island. The Guardian at the time was Steppenwolf, son of Edmund himself. Brutus and the rest of the Overlanders had intent to kill the young Guardian, yet they lied to Steppenwolf, telling him they came in peace. While it was in Steppenwolf's nature to make visitors feel welcomed, Christopheles and the rest of the Fire Ants would catch on to the Overlanders' treacherous intentions. Together, the Fire Ants would use their telepathic abilities to warn Steppenwolf, allowing him to defend himself and attack. With the help of the Fire Ants and their telepathic abilities, Steppenwolf demanded the Overlanders leave the island at once and never return, which Brutus had no choice but to agree to.
Not much is known about Brutus. It can assumed that he possessed Dr. Robotnik's deceiving and cold methods judging by how he and his companions were planning to betray and harm Steppenwolf for their own personal gain.