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Dieser Artikel erscheint am 31. Januar 2024
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March 2023 marks 10 years of Boss Fight Studio! We've come a long way since our first Kickstarter, and in honor of that celebration, we're releasing new and updated versions of some of our favorite characters from the H.A.C.K.S. universe! The Vitruvian H.A.C.K.S. action figures feature characters from Greek Mythology, the Fantasy Realm, a Zombie Apocalyptic Universe, and more! With interchangeable parts, these figures are amazing standalone characters or to create your own using all the parts and accessories from the H.A.C.K.S. universe! One of our original Greek stars, this special 10th Anniversary edition Eurayle includes updated articulation, swappable head and hands, short and long katar accessories. Historical Documentation Medusa was the most powerful, Stheno the most bloodthirsty, but by far the most dangerous of the Gorgon sisters was Eurayle. A gifted strategist, Eurayle trained herself to be the finest warrior of all time. Other warriors only have sixty years of good health to become masters of their chosen martial art. As an immortal, she had no such limits. Eurayle travelled the world, learning from the best and became adept at dozens of fighting styles including pankration (a Greek mixture of wrestling and boxing created by Heracles himself), Malla-yudda (an ancient form of wrestling practiced in India) and Shuai Jiao (a Chinese art focusing on leg techniques). Her skills, combined with her supernatural agility, made her almost unstoppable in hand-to-hand combat. She soon laid plans to conquer all she surveyed, raising an army of enthralled soldiers within the Gorgon Horde who were loyal only to her. In the waning days of the Greek war, she killed Zeus himself, doing so in full view of the combined Spartan and Athenian armies and destroying their will to fight. Temporal Log Eurayle disappears from the historical record at the end of the first century CE. As time passed and her power to control others waned (something we have noticed with the other sisters as well), she was not able to replace losses within her cohort of disciples from her failed attempt to conquer the Roman Empire. Her lover Achilles' death at the hands of a detachment of Roman soldiers in Gaul was confirmed by eyewitness accounts. Although reputedly unkillable and immortal, a Roman Scorpio made a lucky hit with an iron bolt that smashed his ankle and heel. He bled to death on the battlefield, covering Eurayle's retreat.
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