El Caporal was a character who appeared in the third episode of the third season of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. He was a Xibalban that is described as an enforcer and would keep the culebras in check if they got out of line.
It's stated he's been around for a thousand years and that he's an enforcer to the culebras that got out of line.
It's also revealed that he got bit in the face by Burt.
Throughout From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series
In Protect and Serve, he approaches Chloe and proceeds to sting her with his scorpion tail, kidnapping her, along with several other culebras. He reveals that he was bitten by a "snake" and this said "snake" is Burt, who arrives to save the culebras, Freddie and Aiden. Caporal meets his end when Burt shoots him in the chest with an arrow.
He wears a dark cowboy hat, a red-black plaid shirt and black apron. His hands are extremely pale gray-white like some Xibalban body parts. He has dark brown hair and light blue eyes, and covers his scarred, ripped off face with a red bandana.
He shows the personality of a cowboy back in the old western movies and speaks with a strong Texan accent. He has manners towards women, but is still ruthless to the core. As an enforcer, he makes sure the culebras stick to where they are on the hierarchy of Xibalba. He does not show much love to culebras in general as he also stated that "a snake" bit on his face, which is later revealed to be Burt. He shows utter hatred for Burt as he went after him in a rage, but this rush brings him to meet his own end.
Powers and Abilities
- Enhanced Strength- His physical strength was sufficient enough to overpower both Freddie Gonzalez and Aiden Tanner without much effort.
- Immortality- He has been alive for thousands of years.
- Enhanced Durability- He was able survive being stabbed with his own knife and was only killed when hit in the chest by a custom arrow, fired by Burt, which was presumably designed to kill demons.
- Tail- His main ability is a retractable tail, resembling that of a scorpion, which he used to inject venom the could subdue Culebras.
- Mortality- While he has been alive, he isn't impervious to death as he was shot with an arrow in the chest and died.
- Caporal in Spanish origin means "overseer" or "foreman", specifically a cattle ranch.