Heroes - Humans


 Card 159

Battle Area:

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

Attack and Defense

  1. Wisdom = 30
  2. Dexterity and Strength = 20
  3. Powers = 40

  4. Fire = 10



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Heroes - Humans 


Orpheus (in Greek: Oρφεύς, transl .: Orphéus), in Greek mythology, was poet and physician, son of the muse Calliope and Apollo or Éagro, king of Thrace. He was the most talented poet who ever lived.
When he touched his lyre that his father gave him, the birds stopped flying to listen and the wild animals lost their fear. The trees bent to pick up the sounds in the wind.


Orpheus and the Lyre

Besides being a poet, Orfeu was a musician and singer. His father presented him with a lyre, which made him a dedicated musician. So when he played it, anyone would be charmed and quiet with his melody. In addition to humans, animals and nature in general (trees, rivers, lakes, etc.) were fascinated by the sound of their notes.



Erectus and Eurydice decided to marry. However, shortly before the wedding, Eurydice was bitten by a snake, attempting to flee from an admirer, Aristeus, which led to her death.

Disconsolate, Orpheus resolved to descend into the world of the dead and ask Hades, god of the dead, and his wife Persephone, his beloved back. Moved by history and entranced with their music from their lyre, they both resolved to return it to their lover on one condition: that they should not look at her until they reach the upper world.

When he left the world of the dead, and distrusted the agreement with the god of the underworld, he resolved to look back and see if his beloved followed. When disobeying Hades and Persephone, Eurydice was taken to the world of the dead, with no return forecast.

With deep sadness, Orpheus wandered for days without eating and drinking. Depressive, he decided never to love any woman again, which led to the fury of the menta (Bacchae) trying to conquer him.

No answer from Orpheus, they decide to kill him. With his death, he finally manages to find his love. Legend has it that after his body was thrown on the Ebro River, he was buried near Mount Olympus and there where his mortal challenges lay, the nightingales sang beautiful songs.

In turn, the ménades, furious women of Thrace, who decided to kill him were punished by the gods, who turned them into oaks and rocks.





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