A man or boy subject to sudden and severe expressions of anger (though only due to substantial amounts of provocation), but is outwardly calm and amiable.
A nice guy slow to anger but with an explosive temper.
Kary's are people you're nice to unless you want to get knocked out.
Man, your such a kary, I can't believe you said (or did) that.
A leprechaun that can often be found dancing in the rain.
"WHOA! Look at that karys!"
"Did you see him karysing all over the place?"
Karys is mainly a girls name, which means 'love'.
She was full of Karys.
The Fiend of Fire and a rather attractive woman with six arms and the body of a snake. She is always depicted this way, although the colors of her body sometimes vary. However, Kary's true self is generally accepted and depicted as the following:
The woman portion of her body is crimson, her eyes yellow with red iris. She wears a blue chest plate, what appears to be two articles of jewelery of some sort around her waist, a blue tiara with a red jewel at the front, earrings and possesses yellow or blonde hair. The snake portion (the lower half) of Kary's body is depicted with purple scales, dark purple ring designs, and a crimson underbelly.
In the first Final Fantasy, she was causing Mt. Gulg - a dormant volcano - to erupt and was the second to be defeated by the main heroes. The player would battle her twice; the first time being in the aforementioned volcano, Mount Gulg. Here Kary would cast Fira and perform powerful physical strikes.
The second time Kary was encountered would be in the Chaos Shrine in the past. About half-way through, stepping on a certain spot would automatically engage in a battle with the fiend. Now stronger than before, she would still attack physically but also cast Firaga, inflicting a great amount of damage upon the entire party.
In Final Fantasy IX, she was the Guardian of the Shrine of Fire, and fought Amarant Coral and Freya Crescent behind the scenes. However, in this game she was called "Maliris" due to a translation error of "Ma...