Determined to become a commander, Leoria endured harsh training from a young age. She mastered both the intricacies of etiquette and the arts of war. Yet even after becoming the illustrious warrior she was destined to be, Leoria could not help feeling that she was living another's life. And so she made a decision. She would use all that knowledge and power to seize her own destiny.
- Added on April 6, 2014 as a highest Ranking Reward during Heroes Colosseo XI, altogether 83 cards:
- Class S 1-3 (x2), 4-15 (x2), 16-30, 35-50.
- Class A 1-5, 6-20.
- Class B 1-3.
- Rereleased on August 11, 2014 as a part of Double Edge Card Pack.
- Rereleased on December 15, 2014 as a Returning UR in the Dragon's Hoard 7 Box Card Pack.
Leoria probably derived from both masculine and feminine name Leor of Hebrew origin with ending "-ia". English spellings vary (common variations include Leeor and Lior). Leora is a specifically female version. The meaning is "my light", yet the literal translation is "to me light". The root or means "light", the prefix lee is formed of le meaning "to" and ee meaning "me". A more natural translation is the imperative "[shine] light to me" or even "light me up".
Also might derived from female name Leora of Greek origin, diminutive of Eleanor; the meaning is "compassion; light".
Reg is featured on the banner of Heroes Colosseo XI.
- Artwork by Aleksei Vinogradov.