Tubal-Cain, Lost General


They were a band of elite warriors acting together under a common cause. Those historic warriors gathered by the great tactician Tubal-Cain were a flawless, unstoppable force, and they had yet to meet with even a single defeat on the battlefield. But their country's king was foolish. Frightened by the army's strength, he exiled Tubal-Cain and his men from the kingdom, and so they had lost their purpose and reason to fight.


Added on October 7, 2014 as a part of Chains of Vengeance 10 Card Pack.

Name originEdit

Tubal-cain a biblical descendant of Cain (the first son of Adam), the son of Lamech and Zillah, the brother of Naamah, and half-brother of Jabal and Jubal; who was said to be a metalworker, the first blacksmith, "the forger of every cutting instrument". Tubal derived from ybl "to bring, to produce"; and "Cain" derived from Arabic qāyin "smith, metalworker, metalsmith".

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