Egokhan is a character, a villain of Farhat and the main antagonist of the first season, (known as The Prince of the Desert) of the animated series, Farhat.


He is a villainous, ruthless, dark, cruel, scheming, evil and powerful demon from before the great flood with the physical appearance of an ancient Mesopotamian God.

This ancient, demonic wrath has awakened from a 1000-year slumber, emerging to conquer the world. His main obstacle is the Shariman, which could influence his permanent disappearance from the world, if reassembled by Farhat. Should he manage to eliminate Farhat, however, there would be no other representative of the force of good with the power to stop him.

Physical Appearance

He is gigantic and muscular with an appearance of a Mesopotamian God with yellow glowing eyes, purple bags, yellow fanged teeth on the top with teal blue skin and beard on his face, gray hands with fingernail-like claws. Also without feet, he floats through the air, emitting whirls of vapor smoke inside himself and coming out of the bottom.

Powers and Abilities

Egokhan is able to control all the natural elements, and has moreover, the power to summon myths, legends, and to invoke some of the most evilest of all evil events. He manifests in nightmares and fear, putting up with Rashid, because he needs him in order to serve as an intermediary with the human world.


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Main: FarhatTilda SwansonWingsFarhat's ShadowBenLaylahRashid
Supporting: King D'EmirQueen DolunaiTabageeMs. KeyholeNigel Swanson
Villains: Egokhan
The Prince of the Desert: "The Prince Comes Home" • "The Tail of the Scorpion" • "A Genius Named Tilda" • "The Light of the Shariman" • "In the Great Darkness" • "Ambush in the Desert" • "A Trip in a Balloon" • "Watch Out for Miss Keyhole" • "Experience Deceives" • "Dreams are Reality" • "Snarchkoff Against Snarchkoff" • "Under the Sun of Egokhan" • "Spider Web" • "The Valley of the Mayas" • "In the Belly of Egokhan" • "Under Siege" • "The Call of Queen Dolunai" • "Trap of Smoke" • "Homeless" • "Ben's Betrayal" • "The Duellers" • "A Rose for Ali" • "Ben's Wrath" • "Zenem's Heritage" • "Nigel Trapped" • "The Triumph of the Light"
The Black Scorpion: "Too Light" • "The Genius" • "The Keepers of Ashtarak" • "A Hero's Fall" • "Upside Down" • "The Cursed Keeper" • "The Temple of the Black Scorpion" • "Games Gone Crazy" • "Ben in Black" • "The Spirit of the Forest" • "The Apprentice" • "Battle in the Big Apple" • "Tilda's Ghost" • "Suspended in Limbo" • "Red Alarm" • "The Mask Falls" • "A Calm Weekend at Oxford" • "Head to Head" • "The Remaining Path" • "Sweet Coast" • "A Possible World" • "Heart of Darkness" • "Great Manoeuvres" • "On the Edge of the Abyss" • "Farhat Against Everybody" • "The Lacking Grain"
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