Igrene, Journeying Scion


Lacking guard or accompaniment of any sort, Princess Igrene set out for lands unknown. After the death of her mother, the head minister claimed she was simply too young to take the throne. She held no resentment towards him, for it was apparent he harbored a strong reluctance for the task himself. If anything, her departure from the country to gain the experience necessary to rule was how she repaid the minister for his service.


Added on February 23, 2015 as a final highest ranking Reward for the Underworld V Event, same in three divisions, altogether 468 cards:

  • Final rank 3-60 (x2), 61-100.

Name originEdit

The name Igrene is a variance of the Old English name Igrayne. In Arthurian legend, Igrayne is the name of King Arthur's mother; she was married to Uther Pendragon, her first husband's name was Gorlois, the Duke of Cornwall. She is also known in Latin as Igerna, in Welsh as Eigyr, in French as Igerne, and also as Ygrayne, Igraine and Arnive.

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Kang Hee Gwang aka Nax.

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