Lucretia is a fictional character in Mythic Legions series. She is an evil vampire and leads Illythia's Brood, a legion of unnatural beings bent on draining the very life of their enemies and making it their own.
Since her father is Baron Volligar, it is likely her full name is Lucretia Volligar.
The Lucretia toy was funded by the second Mythic Legions Action Figures Kickstarter campaign in 2017. She was part of the standard assortment that was available for $45 by herself or as a $33 add-on for US backers. Because of stretch goals in the campaign that were unlocked she was given a bonus longsword from the Vampire/Shadow Weapons Pack.
Lucretia and other Mythic Legions figures were displayed at Toy Fair in February 2017.
In June 2018 a picture of Lucretia in test packaging was posted online. Advent of Decay was expected to ship from the factory in July.
The Advent of Decay test shots were sold online and shipped in August 2018.
The Advent of Decay figures were shipped in October 2018.
Groomed from birth by her father, the legendary Baron Volligar, to become the leader of Illythia’s Brood, Lucretia couldn’t be more suited to her bloody reign of horror. Completely devoid of emotion or empathy, she is a callous warmonger who is all too willing to wipe out thousands as a means to her cruel ends. A bloodline descended directly from Illythia herself gives Lucretia immense power and a militant sense of responsibility that continually urges her to bring back her ancient ancestor.
The biography for Malynna states she wishes to return the Soul Spiller sword to Lucretia.
- Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Lucretia (2018)
- A 1:12 scale figure by Four Horsemen. This figure includes a new head and uses parts from other figures in the line, including the torso first used on the Vampire Legion Builder. Comes with two daggers, longsword and cape.
- Four Horsemen Studios Mythic Legions Lucretia Test Shot (2018)
- An unpainted version of the figure in grey plastic limited to 10 pieces.
This article is a stub. You can help WikiAlpha by expanding it.