Omegal, Dullahan King


In the dead of night, when not a creature is stirring, Omegal and his cohort march through town. Very few humans actually witness this repulsive procession of monsters. And that is for their own good. For should they lay eyes on the horrifying demons lumbering through the streets, they would never see daylight again.


Added on April 21, 2014 as a part of Master of Fate Card Pack.

Name originEdit

The Irish dullahan (also Gan Ceann, meaning "without a head" in Irish) is a type of unseelie (darkly-inclined) fairy. The dullahan is a headless rider, usually on a black horse who carries his or her own head under one arm. The dullahan uses the spine of a human corpse for a whip, and their wagon is adorned with funereal objects (e.g. candles in skulls to light the way, the spokes of the wheels are made from thigh bones, the wagon's covering made from a worm-chewed pall) or dried human skin. When the dullahan stops riding, that is where a person is due to die. The dullahan calls out their name, at which point they immediately perish.

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Dmitry Klyushkin aka delor.

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