Ceparus Raxa
Ceparus Raxa Render by Setheo
Titles Yellow Coat of the Sea
Nicknames Manta
General Info
Species Fish
Habitats Ocean, Deserted Island
Size 2480.10 cm
2010.10 cm
Relatives N/A
Signature Move Multipe Lightning Balls
Gigantic Thunder release
Elements Element Thunder Thunder, Element Ice Ice
Ailments Severe Thunderblight Thunderblight
Element Ice Iceblight
Status Paralysis Paralysis
Weaknesses Element Fire Fire
Creator Setheo

A giant Manta ray that stings its prey with lightning to paralyze it. It only hunts alone and lurks on the bottom of the ocean or large rivers.


The Ceparus Raxa found in rivers are somewhat different than those found in the open ocean floor, river Ceparus Raxa are smaller and sport tiger-like stripes on their backs, but are otherwise the same monster.

It sports a soft belly and underwings with tiny hairs, along with sharp shells on the edges of its body, and a harder carapace on the top sides, it has two protrusions on its head that resemble a Jester's hat, and two smaller ones which may be seen as horns, it has a long slender tail with a bulb on the tip that glows with electricity.

When fighting, parts of its body will gradually light up with electricity, while the water around its crown begins to freeze.


Ceparus Raxa
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The Ceparus Raxa is a large manta ray that inhabits rivers and oceanic floors, they have small differences in the patterns of their backs depending on where it lives, but they all share the same abilities and ecology.


This monster boasts powerful electric organs within its body which can evenly generate electricity and send it to specific body parts, which act as coils that can keep that energy for controlled use, in addition the jester crown has several vents that act as a natural water cooler, being able to freeze water when enraged.

When attacking, it uses the electricity to attack foes directly with its paralyzing electricity, when enraged, it also uses its crown to freeze them.


The Ceparus Raxa are highly territorial and solitary, it is uncommon to see more than one in a given location, except during the mating season, where two or three may be seen.

They like to lay immobile on the sea floor and eat other fish that get ear it, attacking them with their electric coils, during the hot seasons they are easier to spot, as they will be constantly using their crowns to cool off.


  • Its name comes from Cephalopterus manta, Rakshasa and Metal Gear Raxa.