Eathyron

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Eathyron
Mythic Legions character
Eathyron-carded.jpg
Eathyron on card
First appearance

Mythic Legions Book 1, February 2017
Created by

Four Horsemen Studios
Information
Gender Male
Occupation Warrior
Abilities

  • Flight
Affiliation

Eathron's Dozen (leader), Saviors of the Light

Eathyron is a fictional character from the Mythic Legions series introduced in 2015. He is a heroic leader of Eathron's Dozen.

Mythic Legions

Eathyron is a fictional character in Mythic Legions series. He is a brave crowned eagle-like warrior is a member of the Saviors of the Light and leads a force of bird-like warriors called Eathyron's Dozen. The Order of Eathyron worship him.

Development

An Eathyron prototype was displayed at Toy Fair in February 2015.[1]

In October 2015 it was announced that preorders for Eathyron's Dozen would go up in early November.[2]

Eathyron was released in November 2015 for $45 plus shipping.

Reception

Fictional biography

Aeons ago in ancient Mythoss, four brave warriors arose to combat the evils that were overrunning the land: the mighty Leodysseus, Bassylia, Xylona, and the crowned eagle Eathyron were righteous and unyielding forces of nature. Armed with the Heavensbrand, a sword bestowed with the power to purify the evil in enemies' souls, Eathyron rained down like a mighty storm of unrelenting power from the skies. Although the heroes were victorious, they faded from sight soon after their triumph. In their absence, the four great armies of modern Mythoss formed to honor their memory and to carry their noble cause forward to this very day.

Comics

The Saviors of the Light

In Mythic Legions Book 1 a troubadour sang a song that mentioned four Saviors of the Light, a group that included Eathyron.

Toys

  • Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Eathyron (2016)
A 1/12 scale figure by Four Horsemen. Eathyron has a new head and a body recolored from the Gothitropolis Ravens Kickstarter campaign. Come with two large wings, 2 sets of alternate feet and the Heavensbrand sword.

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