Darko is Mr. Sands' subordinate sharing the same goal as the Dark riders, setting Garnok free. Darko is committed to his expectations and is determined to achieve his ambitions. He often becomes overconfident and narcissistic. He originates from Norway.
Star Stable Online
Darko first shows up at Dark Core's oil platform, where he has gathered Sabine, Jessica and Katja and is holding a speech about the last dark rider he wants to recruit, Elise. Darko prevents the player from saving Anne and attempts to capture the player by summoning Garnok.
During the whole group's next attempt to rescue Anne as they come close to her crystal prison. Darko appears and informs them that he's been experimenting with Anne's power to hasten Garnok's release. Soon after he is zapped by Alex's powers, he sent her and the player to meet with his "parting gift". Then, he tries to trap the riders in Pandoria by closing the portal after most of the riders had gone through he is locked in a fight with Alex. Hearing her say just as they took down Mr. Sands they'll take him down too. But Darko retorts saying that Mr. Sands is a relic and he is the future of Dark Core.
Backing Alex into a core he calls her unworthy and without Tin-Can she is nothing more than an angry girl from the streets but before he can finish her off. Darko is interrupted by the player and Elizabeth upon seeing her, he called her the vestige of a failed sisterhood seeing no better way to hurt her is by hurting Alex. But before Darko can do anymore harm to Alex he was briefly knocked out by Elizabeth however, he regains consciousness and strikes her but the druid leader manages blast him to parts unknown in Pandoria.
- Darko has a key chain picturing a teddy bear hanging from his bag.
- Darko is one of the very few animated characters that include lip syncing in their animation.
- Darko's cane allows him to summon Garnok and has a horse skull decoration on its handle.
- Darko has the ability to create dark horses.
- The only pun Darko has made, was a pun about a material called "Drakonium" where he called it DARKOnium.