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Mythic Legions character
Pixxus on card
Created by

Four Horsemen Studios
Species Human skeleton

Sons of the Red Star, former member of the Mercurian Army and Congregation of Necronominus

Pixxus is a fictional character from the Mythic Legions series introduced in 2016. He is an evil living skeleton and a member of Sons of the Red Star.

Mythic Legions


Pixxus is a fictional character in Mythic Legions series. He is an evil skeleton and member of the Sons of the Red Star, a legion of cutthroats with a thirst for money and influence.


Pixxus was named after toy reviewer Pixel Dan.

Pixxus was part of Mythic Legion 1.5. He was available for $32 by himself, $118 when bundled with the three other standard size figure, or $300 as part of the whole wave including trolls.[1]

Preorders for Pixxus and his wave mates went up in February 2016.[2]

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


Fictional biography

The Mercurian army was once arguably the most effective fighting force in all of Mythoss. Pixxus was part of the army's upper echelon and fought side by side with his legendary brother in arms Vitus. Pixxus gave his life in an heroic effort to save an injured Vitus in the final battle fought by the doomed Mercurian army. After being resurrected by the same Necronominian sorcery that drained his life, Pixxus is now consumed with hatred for all that live. Resentment at being torn away from death led to his rejection of the Congregation of Necronominius. He has finally found a home among the Sons of the Red Star, where he can let his hate flow freely as he lines his coffers with gold.


  • Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Pixxus (2016, 2019)
A 1:12 scale figure by Four Horsemen. This figure uses many parts from other figures in the line, including the the head first used on Vitus, the chest first used on the Silver Knight and the skeletal arms and legs first used by the Standard Skeleton. Comes with a spear, sword, alternate head, belt and shield.



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