He is said to return to Earth in troubled times and restore the balance of good and evil. He has had nine incarnations and it was believed by Commander Grahish Sharma and his rebel group that Number Eight was another.
Vishnu is represented with a human body, often with blue coloured skin and with four arms. His hands always carry four objects in them, representing the things he is responsible for, however each object represents much more.
- The conch: the sound this produces 'Om', represents the primeval sound of creation
- The chakra, or discus: symbolises the mind
- The lotus flower: an example of glorious existence and liberation
- The mace: represents mental and physical strength
MatsyaEditThe fish that kills Damanaka to save the vedas and also saves Manu from a great flood that submerges the entire Earth.
The turtle that helps the Devas and Asuras churn the ocean for the nectar of immortality. Eight uses this avatar to test Marina, Six and Ella to ensure he can trust them. In this form he tests Marina underwater, as she can breathe there, they have a brief fight.
VarahaEditThe boar that rescues the Earth and kills Hiranyakashipu.
The half-lion half human with many arms, who defeats the demon Hiranyakashipu. Eight uses this form to test Ella who does an impressive job dodging all ten of his pounding fists. Eight also uses this form to defeat the mutant alligator in the Everglades.
VamanaEditThe dwarf that grows into a giant to save the world from King Bali.
"Rama of the battle axe", a sage who appeared in the Treta Yuga. He killed Kartavirya Arjuna's army and clan and then killed all the kshatriyas 21 times. Six battles this avatar that Eight uses, she manages to destroy his axe.
The prince and king of Ayodhya who killed the Demon King Raavan.
The eighth avatar of Vishnu often portrayed as a young boy playing a flute.
The ninth avatar of Vishnu who taught peace and promoted non-violence.
The tenth Avatar of Vishnu and said to be the harbinger of the end Kali Yuga.