Farhat is a titular character and the main protagonist from the animated series of the same name with two seasons, The Prince of the Desert and The Black Scorpion.
Farhat is a prince in an imaginary, modern day country in the Arabic peninsula. He is 16-years-old and rather handsome, with a lean, slender physique and long, raven-black hair and mahogany-brown eyes. He’d been a bit of a rascal since he was a young boy, but in such a way that no one in the palace could really resist him.
At 11-years-old, he began his formal education entailing 4 years’ study at Oxford. Farhat then learned to suppress his rebellious nature, and in time become generous, courageous, impulsive, and touchy, yet incapable of holding a grudge, imparting the likable impression of an impertinent Arab boy that expresses himself as a compunctions English lord.
In the Role
Farhat lives out his mission to save the world in a dazzling adventure. He is the link between legend, magic, and reality, and the only one who is able to recognize the Shariman and Egokhan, who have occupied his dreams since he was a little child.