The microstructures and mechanical properties of ternary (Ni75Al9V16) and multicomponent (Ni69Al9V9.5Nb3Ti1.5Co4Cr4) dual two-phase intermetallic alloys charged with C were investigated by scanning electron microscope, electron probe microscopic analyzer, x-ray diffraction, Vickers hardness, and tensile tests. Solid solubility limits of C in the dual two-phase microstructures were small, mostly less than 0.1 at.%. When C was charged exceeding the solid solubility limit, large-sized carbides were solidified with no structural coherency with the dual two-phase microstructure. Major transition metals constituting the carbides changed from Nb and Ti to V with increasing charged C content. This transition was correlated with the capability of the carbide formation. C dissolving in the dual two-phase microstructure enhanced hardness and flow strength through solid solution hardening without sacrificing tensile ductility. The formed carbides little contributed to strengthening, rather, contributed to softening through depleting constituent element V as well as alloying metals Nb, Ti, and Cr from the dual two-phase microstructures.