"Brave or foolish? One can only guess."

Character Origins

The name "Ulfhedinn" comes from the Norse word "Úlfhéðinn," which was used to refer to a single berserker. Norse berserkers, like Ulfhedinn, hailed from a frozen region of the world and were known for charging into battle without any armor, except for perhaps a metal helmet.


Ulfhedinn resembles a white tiger. Red stripes go across his body and he wears no clothing.

Background Information

Ulfhedinn comes from the frozen peaks of Crystal Range. Known for his angry outbursts, Ulfhedinn insist on fight without armor which has left his body battle scarred. While he is very strong, Ulfhedinn's bravery borders on foolish, considering his armor free battle style.

Personality and Behaviour


Affiliations, Loyalties and Allies


Card Details

Basic Stats

en 69fd 34bs j4h8


Support: Stat Power Power 5


He gains 5 Power for each adjacent OverWorlder you control. A good beatstick in an Overworld power-based deck.

Release and Promotion

This card was released as a "Beyond Rare" virtual card, as part of a promotion. It was said that these cards would never be re-released again.

TV Show


# Episode Used in BattleDrome? Appearance in Perim?
15 Shifting Sands Yes No


Cards and Scans

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―attribution, episode



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