Attack: 5140 - 8160 (1-1)
Defense: 5560 - 8840 (1-1)
Woe the great warrior hath fallen, succumb to the bloodlust that feeds his soul. A leader of men, now wild leader of the pack, fangs bared and at the ready!
Attack: 5950 - 11232 (2-3)
Defense: 6450 - 12168 (2-3)
Woe the great warrior hath fallen, succumb to the bloodlust that feeds his soul. Lost to the wild abandoned, consumed by the chase and the kill, can he still be called even human?
Attack: 6720 - 14006 (4-7++) ◊
Defense: 7280 - 15174 (4-7++) ◊
Woe the great warrior hath fallen, succumb to the bloodlust that feeds his soul. The pack follows their alpha, their pray as he desires. The bones picked clean, broken and gnawed.
Lycoan (Raving Ravage)
A former being of honor, the wave of red a flood. The corpses, dead and rotting. Death is the only answer. I accept what I am, the embodiment of pain and fear!
Lycoan (Raving Ravage) MAXED
Attack (4-1): 15022 ◊
Defense (4-1): 16273 ◊
Attack (4-7): 16586
Defense (4-7): 17968
Attack (8-15): 17201
Defense (8-15): 18635
|Card Name||Evolution Route||Base ATK||Base DEF||Lvl 30 ATK||Lvl 30 DEF||MAX ATK||MAX DEF|
|Lycoan (Raving Ravage)||
(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
Lycoan was added to the premium card pack with the thirteenth Stamp Card Pack Purchase Event.
Lycaon was the son of Pelasgus, living in the region of Arcadia, which was called Pelasgia in ancient times. According to tradition, he raised civilization in this region to a higher level than previously during the period of his father's reign. He also was the founder of the town Lycosoura in the mountains of Lycaeon and there he became the first king, and started the cult of Zeus Lycaeus and the Lycaean Games.
In the most popular version of the myth, Lycaon decided to test if Zues was trully all-knowing by serving him a dish made from the meat of his own slaughtered son. Zues knew right away and as punishment for the gruesome deed, transformed Lycoan into the form of a wolf and killed his 50 sons, except for the one that was slaughtered, who was restored to life.