Foolish Lugal in Love


Forgetting he was a werewolf, Lugal fell in love with the red-hooded witch. Lugal's brethren soon came to regard the witch as a human temptress, and tried to hunt her down. Lugal deceived them and took the witch by the hand. Together they headed to the edge of the forest. With an agonized expression, Lugal instructed the witch to leave the forest and never return. He then turned and retraced his steps back to his brethren.


Added on 30 November, 2013 as part of Big Bad Card Pack.

  • Re-released on September 7th, 2014 as part of the Forebearers' Legacy 2 Box Card Pack released on September 7th, 2014.

Name OriginEdit

Lugal is the Sumerian cuneiform sign for leader from the two signs, meaning "man, big", and was one of several Sumerian titles that a ruler of a city-state could bear (alongside en and ensi, the exact difference being a subject of debate). The sign eventually became the predominant Sumerian term for a King in general. In the Sumerian language, lugal is used to mean an owner (e.g. of a boat or a field) or a head (of a unit such as a family).

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Changming Xu aka ChangMing.

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