"You were right, Maxxor. Your enemies aren't always what they appear to be! All this time I have been waiting to reveal my true form, and to unleash my true power!"

Aa'une is the former M'arrillian leader, defeated and sealed by Maxxor, Chaor and Iparu

Character Origins

Aa'une the Oligarch was the leader of the M'arrillians, being one of the most powerful creatures known to Perim . He has 200 in every discipline in his avatar form and 100 energy. He starts the game as Aa'une the Oligarch Projection; when he wins a combat while equipped with the Baton of Aa'une, played the attack Rage of Aa'une and casts the mugic Calling of Aa'une, he becomes the more powerful Aa'une the Oligarch Avatar. If Aa'une sacrifices a mugic, he can kill an opponents creature. He also has outperform all disciplines 20.

Aa'une was defeated when Maxxor, Iparu and Chaor in Legions of Aa'une. Right now, many in his tribe are looking for the top spot, sparking a civil war in the M'arrillians. Even though Aa'une is defeated, his minions (Milla'iin, Xis'torq, Erak'tabb, Lam'inkal, Phelphor, Ihun'Kalin, Ritzu'dag, etc.) are still somewhere in Perim.


A big floating blue monstrous sea monster with a slightly humanoid upper body.

Background Information

Aa'une was the ruler of the M'arrillians. He appeared in episode 23 when he telepathically asked Phelphor about the operation and if Chaor left Underworld city to begin their surprise attack on the Underworlders. In episode 25, Maxxor teleports him to Lake Blakeer (where the M'arrillians' mind-control abilities are negated). In episode 26, Maxxor and Chaor did leave him on Lake Blakeer and discover that Aa'une becames indestructible in the lake. In episode 27, Maxxor, Chaor and Iparu are defeating Aa'une when he assumes his true form: a multi-headed, monstrous sea creature version of himself. Iparu copies his form and Maxxor, Chaor and Iparu (in the form of Aa'une) attack with positives atacks pushing him into Lake Blakeer (which is charged of negative energy doing a explosion which defeats Aa'une). In this episode was revealed that all the M'arrillans powers are from Aa'une. When he was defeated, they stay without power and the other tribes are ready to defeat them.

Some people don't realize but Aa'une in the show is different from the card with regards to the face; in the show, he has a more humanoid face. In the card (you can see the difference on the card Crown of Aa'une), he has a demonic face and claws.

Personality and Behaviour

A very power hungry monster, who's greatest wish is to take over Perim and destroy the other tribes.


Affiliations, Loyalties and Allies

  1. M'arrillians


  1. Anyone but the M'arrillians

Card Details

Counter Strategies

  1. One way to stop Aa'une is to use "denial" mugic on him to stop Calling of Aa'une. Also you can use cards like Terrantula Tackle to destroy Baton of Aa'une (keep in mind that if your opponent is using Bahrakatan and Siril'ean, this strategy won't work as well).
  2. Tartarek Psi Overloader can easily take down his avatar form.
  3. While hard to pull off, a creature with all four elements and "Disimprovment Combo" can reduce all of Aa'une's disciplines to 0 greatly weakening him.
  4. If you are able, an Iparu card can put quite a dent in Au'une-beware.
  5. If running a Danian deck, Queen Illexia can be a great supporter.

TV Show


Cards and Scans


"I am the ruler of ALL Perim"


Aa'unes original design.


  • In the show Aa'une showed fluidmorpher traits despite the fact that he is a chieftain.
  • This is the only card that needs requirements to attain its second form.
  • Despite being the leader of the M'arillians, he is titled as Oligarch, a form of leadership in which multiple leaders rule parts of a society.
Aa'une the Oligarch | Phelphor | Milla'iin | Ritzu'dag | Erak'tabb | Rath'tab | Ihun'Kalin | Mik'banin | Xis'torq | Aval'par | Nunk'worn | Mock'adyn | Fal'makin | Thar'lyn | Ri'oha | Ki'bro | Anger'Keem | Lam'inkal | Emna'ool | Klar'nok | Siril'ean, The Songthief | Bahrakatan, The Coralsmith | Dror'Niq | Jus'hebban | Blak'drin | Ebenna'bakku | Gal'Drad | Vitar'zu | Ikub'ra | Neth'uar | Son'las | Ast'imal | Wilt'dred | Gan'nim | Vix'ben | Aer'dak | Gan'trak | Em'swa | Dreg'dra | Fla'gamp | Tir'baleen | Rol'doi | Ghar’lag | Klik'ssi | Bo'aam | Nis'dabba | Part'soa | Barakhatan

Other: Ab'lop