|Holotome Profile: Jokoul|
|Height||4 feet 6 inches|
|Special Ability||Ice Slide|
Unnamed Suit 007
Unnamed Suit 010
Unnamed Suit 011
Unnamed Suit 012
Unnamed Suit 020
|First Appearance||"Divide and Conquer"|
Jokoul are Litho-Titans that resemble devious ice trolls of Nordic regions. These gray-skinned Titans attack through physical combat using their horns and armored claws. As a large stash of Jokoul Amulets was uncovered by Simon Judeau, these Titans are often used by members of the Organization.
In ancient history, Jokoul Titans were very common and sought after, and they were the origin of the mythological Norse winter-elf known as Jökul Frosti. One first-century Seeker, Qwitonn, was obsessed with Jokoul Titans and was known for his collection of their Amulets. After the hermit's death, the Jokoul Titans mysteriously faded from history for 2,000 years.
During exploration of the Capathian mountains, the Professor later discovered dozens of active Jokoul Titans within a cavern deep in the mountains. After a five-day conflict, the Professor succeeded in recovering the Titans' Amulets, which he then handed out to a selection of the most loyal Organization members.
Suit 007's Jokoul
A Jokoul Titan was used by the gray-haired unnamed Suit 007 when the Organization attempted to acquire the Ring of Arc. Jokoul fought against Dante Vale's Caliban but was defeated by an aerial attack from Solwing.
Suit 010's Jokoul
A Jokoul Titan was used by the pink-haired unnamed Suit 010 in an attempt to ambush Lok Lambert and Dante Vale in an alley of Paris, France. Jokoul was defeated when both Seekers invoked their Freelancer Titans.
Suit 011's Jokoul
Suit 012's Jokoul
Suit 020's Jokoul
While working under Grier, Unnamed Suit 020 invoked a Jokoul Titan on Sutos Island when Dante Vale's team was discovered. It fought against Lok Lambert's Freelancer. After Freelancer was defeated, Jokoul was defeated by Lindorm.
Rassimov's Suit's Jokoul
Jokoul uses no weapons apart from fists, feet, and horns, and he possesses the ability to go berserk when outnumbered.
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- Jokoul's name is based on Jökul Frosti, a winter elf whose name means "icicle frost" in Old Norse. Jökul Frosti may be the origin of the tales of Jack Frost. Jokoul's appearance may be based on the jötnar, otherwise known as Frost Giants or trolls.
or Jack Frost