Attack: 9640 - 14850 (1-1)
Defense: 10880 - 16750 (1-1)
Once man and beast, joined in their love of death and hate, together always to ride for the plight of man! Blood black as tar, without its skin watch it bleed. Behold what becomes of those who bask in loathing.
Attack: 10790 - 20200 (2-3)
Defense: 12160 - 22770 (2-3)
Once man and beast, joined in their love of death and hate, together always to ride for the plight of man! The crops whither, the life of man drained as it steps forth, armor unneeded when you are weak.
Attack: 11920 - 23640 (4-7++)
Defense: 13440 - 26654 (4-7++)
Once man and beast, joined in their love of death and hate, together always to ride for the plight of man! Head for the stream and flee for thy life, only the water will hold sanctuary. Make thy peace.
Nuckelavee (Damned Union)
Raiding, perverting, burning, such delight in pain and squalor. Hate festered in life, prized so highly by the pit. A knight of wretched means, elevated to the highest circles! The dark weapon rides!
Nuckelavee (Damned Union) MAXED
Attack (4-1): 23132 ◊
Defense (4-1): 26076 ◊
Attack (4-7): 25796
Defense (4-7): 29080
Attack (8-15): 26728 ◊
Defense (8-15): 30131 ◊
|Card Name||Evolution Route||Base ATK||Base DEF||Lvl 35/40 ATK||Lvl 35/40 DEF||MAX ATK||MAX DEF|
|Nuckelavee (Damned Union)||
(P): PURE 4-1 STATS (no carryover stats)
‡: Denotes NON-enhanced level 1 carryover stats
◊: Calculated, remove this symbol if stats are confirmed
Nuckelavee was added at the end of the week 50, 2013 Guild War, Reign of the Dragon Leagues, as a reward for the players in the top 10 ranked guilds.
The Nuckelavee is a creature from Orcadian folklore. The name is a corruption of the Orcadian name "knoggelvi", itself a variant of the "Nokk" or kelpie, and is thus related to the Icelandic Nykur. A creature from Northern folklore, the Nuckelavee is the most horrible of all the Scottish elves. He lives mainly in the sea, but was also held responsible for ruined crops, epidemics, and drought.
The Nuckelavee resembles a centaur whose legs are part fin; he has an enormous gaping mouth and a single giant eye, which burns with a red flame. Black blood courses through his yellow veins, and he has no skin. In some sources he has both a horse's head and a human head and torso, the latter growing out of his back. His breath could wilt the crops and sicken the livestock.