Deltigar the Destroyer

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Deltigar the Destroyer
Mythic Legions character
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Deltigar the Destroyer figure on card
Created by

Four Horsemen Studios
Species Human

Army of Leodysseus

Deltigar the Destroyer is a fictional character in the Mythic Legions series introduced in 2019. He is a heroic soldier in the Army of Leodysseus.

Mythic Legions


Deltigar the Destroyer is a fictional character in Mythic Legions series. He is a soldier in the Army of Leodysseus, an army assembled to combat the forces of Arethyr.


From Four Horsemen:

Mythic Legions fan, Delton Grasmid, pledged for the "Your Likeness on a Mythic Legions Figure" pledge level of the Mythic Legions: Advent of Decay Kickstarter campaign, and worked closely with us in coming up with the right look for the figure, approving not only the likeness itself, but choosing both the weapons and the color pallet, and also giving us suggestions for the character's name. Thanks, Delton, and congratulations!

Deltigar the Destroyer was part of the second Mythic Legions All-Stars set which went up for preorder in January 2018.

Mythic Legions All-Stars 2 were released in April 2019.


Fictional biography

With ancestry dating back to the golden age of the Mercurian Army, Deltigar the Destroyer is no stranger to warfare's devastating toll. A towering figure, he serves as leader and defender of the bustling town of Grassmid. This is a heavy mantle to bear because Grassmid's geographic position makes it the Army of Leodysseus' first line of defense against the encroaching forces of the Legion of Arethyr. Luckily for his people, Deltigar accepts every challenge, carrying his mighty war hammer into battle with brave resolve.


  • Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Deltigar the Destroyer (2019)
A 1:12 scale figure by Four Horsemen Studios. This figure uses an original head and a chest first used on Attlus the Conqueror. Comes with a sword, shield, hammer and an alternate helmeted head first used on Vitus.



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