Attack: 5460 - 8740 (1-1)
Defense: 5420 - 8260 (1-1)
Black cats? Who cares. I'm the one you don't want crossing your path. Such a pretty head. Hope you aren't too attached. Soon you won't be at all.
Attack: 6330 - 12028 (2-3)
Defense: 6070 - 11372 (2-3)
Black cats? Who cares. I'm the one you don't want crossing your path. Wandering a dark path at night, alone. What did you expect and what are you staring at?
Attack: 7130 - 14996 (4-7 (++))
Defense: 6870 - 14184 (4-7 (++))
Black cats? Who cares. I'm the one you don't want crossing your path. My own head is around here somewhere, but yours is so nice and alive. I'm sure you wont miss it.
Dullahan (Lose Your Head)
To cut slowly or take it all in one go? Decisions, decisions. Oh don't cry, you chose to the this lonely road in the middle of the night. I'll make sure I do it nice and slow!
Dullahan (Lose Your Head) MAXED
Attack (4-1): 15420◊' (PURE 4-1 STATS)
Defense (4-1): '14580◊ (PURE 4-1 STATS)
Attack (4-7): 17761
Defense (4-7): 16793
Attack (8-15): 18419
Defense (8-15): 17417
|Card Name||Evolution Route||Base ATK||Base DEF||Lvl 30 ATK||Lvl 30 DEF||MAX ATK||MAX DEF|
|Dullahan (Lose Your Head)||
(P): PURE 4-1 STATS (no carryover stats)
‡: Denotes NON-enhanced level 1 carryover stats
◊: Calculated, remove this symbol if stats are confirmed
(M##): Mirror Dragon used; ##: stage(s) where it was used
Dullahan was added to the premium card pack with the third Twist of Fortune Card Pack Purchase Event, as a 115% Colosseum Points Event Specialist. It was available in the Twist of Fortune Exchange for 35000 T.o.F Points, 2 for 50000 T.o.F Points or 4 for 95000 T.o.F Points. It is also a 5000% Wall Damage Event Specialist for Guild Wars.
The Dullahan is a headless rider on a black horse that carries his or her own head under one arm. The head's eyes are small, black, and constantly dart about like flies, while the mouth is constantly in a hideous grin that touches both sides of the head. The flesh of the head is said to have the color and consistency of moldy cheese.
The Dullahan's whip is the spine of a human corpse, and the wagons they sometimes use are made of similarly funereal objects (e.g. candles in skulls to light the way, the spokes of the wheels made from thigh bones, etc.). When the dullahan stops riding, it is where a person is due to die. The dullahan calls out their name, at which point they immediately perish.