Trumpetus

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Trumpetus
Mythic Legions character
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Trumpetus on card
Created by

Four Horsemen Studios
Information
Gender Male
Occupation Guard
Abilities

  • Flight
  • Magic
Affiliation

Eathyron's Dozen
Quote

"Make Mythoss great again!"

Trumpetus is a fictional character from the Mythic Legions series introduced in 2016. He is a heroic member of Eathyron's Dozen.

Mythic Legions

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Trumpetus is a fictional character in Mythic Legions series. He is a black bird-like warrior and member of Eathyron's Dozen.

In some fan fiction he is a flame mage. His flint dagger is called Fire and can focus his magic.

Development

In October 2015 it was announced that preorders for Eathyron's Dozen would go up in early November.[1]

Trumpetus was released in November 2016 for $35 plus shipping.

Reception

Fan-Fictional biography

A successful and well known member of Eathyron's Dozen, Trumpetus has worn many red hats in his life: actor, builder, and two-term President of one of the largest city-states of Mythos. Now he's ready to take on the enemies of Eathyron! His plan to build a protective wall around Silverhorn Castle and make Illythia's Court pay for it may seem unobtainable, but he believes it is the only way to win in the big leagues. His armor maintains a a perfect red state which protects from from magical illusions and fake news. A master of the art of sword dealing, uses his matched dagger and sword Fire and Fury to take down nasty enemies.

Toys

  • Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Trumpetus (2016)
A 1:12 scale figure by Four Horsemen. Trumpetus has a new head and a body recolored from the Gothitropolis Ravens Kickstarter campaign. Comes with sword, 2 small wings and 2 sets of alternate feet.
  • Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Black Wings
A set of wings that fit the bird body. This set matches the colors of Decimus Hrabban, Toucarr and Trumpetus.

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