|~ Prâk Jaws' Famous Line|
|“||BURN... MAIM! KILL THEM ALL!!!||„|
|~ Prâk Jaws' last and only words|
|Prak Jaws, The Immortal Nemesis|
|Prak Jaws' First Appearance|
|Alias||The Immortal Nemesis, Bane, Masked Motherf*cker, Ultimate Nemesis, Bane of Tear|
|Orgin||Shadow of Mordor: Forging an Army & Lord of the Hunt|
|Status||Deceased (Presumably and then for good)|
|Skills||Expert Combatant, immortal, Resurrection, Reincarnation|
|Hobby||Harassing Tear, Hunting Caragors and Graugs, Screaming at the top of his lungs.|
|Goals||Harass Tear; Torment Tear|
After humilliating Tear a couple of times, he changed his weapons into twin warscythes, which he used frequently as some sort of boomerang. After humilliating Tear even more times, Tear used one of his branded warchiefs, Bagabûg the Singer, to kill Prâk. Prâk was presumed dead, but he returned while Tear was fighting Mûzglob the Bone Collecter. He gained a few arrows and a knife in his back.
After humilliating Tear several times and even killing him for once, Tear killed Prâk a second time by detonating an explosive grog barrel, which was standing next to Prâk.
After a bit of time when Tear was about to start a battle with Ûkbùk Man-Breaker in a stronghold, Prâk returned yet again. He died again shortly after when Tear had thrown him off a ledge.
Prâk did not return after that encounter, so he was presumed to be dead at last. But when Tear was doing the mission "Mordor in flames", Prâk turned up as "The nemesis." His mask was gone and he had his own little army. In a cutscene, Prâk uttered his first and final words: "BURN..........MAIM...........KILL THEM ALL!!!"
After the cutscene, Prâk and Tear fight for the last time. After Tear had gotten Prâk close to death, Prâk fell to his knees and uttered one final laugh, before Tear impaled his heart with Tallions sword.
"He died as he lived, laughing like a crossbreed of a demon, and hellspawn."
Prâk has been dead ever since, but his soul lives on, as is seen in the other episodes in which Tear comes across "reincarnations" of Prâk.