Vilro of Land and Sky


The god Vilro bore numerous pairs of arms. Though one of the older gods, he preferred a leisurely life of freedom on the ground to the strict rules of the sky. Nearly every day, his golden snakes descend from the Heavens to ask when their master will return. To avoid their prying questions, he feigns slumber until they part.


Added on January 13, 2014 as a part of Warrior's Prestige Card Pack.

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A reference to Hindu Gods, mostly depicted with multiple arms as a symbol of their divine power, with each hand holding a symbolic object or making a certain Mudra (gesture), and ability to perform several acts at the same time.

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