King Kull

Kings - Humans


  • Great Kings
    Kings, usually heroes or sages, exert great influence on our history.

    The kings can move, in addition to their weapons and other upgrades, a retinue of up to 7 characters (that have to do with their history or mythology: as relatives, allies, friends, etc.).
    Note: To be established in the cities of the adversary, it is necessary the presence of a king.

 Card 083

Battle Area:

  1. Water = 10
  2. Earth = 20
  3. Heaven = 02

Attack and Defense

  1. Wisdom = 20
  2. Dexterity and Strength = 35
  3. Powers = 00

  4. Fire = 05



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King Kull

Kings - Humans 


Kull of Atlantis or Kull the Conqueror is a fictional character created by the writer Robert E. Howard. The character was more introspective than the subsequent creation of Howard, Conan, the Barbarian, whose first appearance was in a rewritten Kull story.

His first published appearance was in the short story "The Shadow Kingdom", published in August 1929 in the journal Pulp Weird Tales. Kull was played by actor Kevin Sorbo in the movie Kull the Conqueror, released in 1997.




Kull was born in a savage era called the Thurian Era, at 15,000 BC. He was a young barbarian, born in Atlantis before it was submerged by the sea. Abandoned by parents in the forest, the boy, giving one of Romulus and Remus, was adopted by tigers. Thus he lived among animals until he was found by men of a tribe of the sea, who killed the tigers and took him with them.

Living with the savages, he reached the age of becoming a warrior, and the old sorcerer of the tribe declared that the tiger's spirit would be his symbol and protector. Days later, when Kull and some of his companions were on their way to the village, the young Atlantean saw a crowd preparing to burn a young woman.

Angered to learn that the native would be sacrificed for fleeing to marry a pirate, and seeing that it would be impossible to save her, he killed her before the fire tortured her. Considered a traitor, they all turned against the boy, who dived into the sea and fled, being found by Lemurian pirates. Enslaved by the looters, he served them as a rower, until the caravel where he was anchored near the rhenium of Valusia, one of the countries that composed the so-called Seven Empires.

Fleeing from the vessel, he was captured by the Valusians and forced to fight as a gladiator in the arena. It was not long before, and thanks to his strength and courage, Kull eventually became a soldier, gaining rank as an officer until he reached the rank of commander of the Black Legion, the elite troops of King Borna.

Instigated by some nobles to assassinate the sovereign so that the baron Kaanub took over the power, Kull killed the monarch and decided himself to use the royal crown. Today, the hero is a king hated by most of his subjects, who consider him a savage, unworthy of ruling a people so civilized. His greatest friend is, as it may seem, the spearman Picto Brule, who had a cordial and faithful friendship with the Atlantean, despite the immemorial enmity among his peoples. He has as advisor the elderly You and as head of the Black Legion brave Alecto.

During his tumultuous life as king, he had to defend his throne from the serpent men and from the evil grondarian sorcerer Thulsa Doom.





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