Also Known as Sobek
Appeared in Series 2
Number 69
Point Value 10

Sebek is monster #69 from the Series 2 figures.

Legend of SebekEdit

A creature that supposedly resides in the Nile River, Sebek or Sobek is a half-crocodile half-human deity that Egyptian inhabitants spoke of. It was unsure if Sebek protected the tribes of Egypt or haunted them, killing innocent humans. According to one Egyptian legend, there was a very ancient temple at some part of the valley section of the Nile where a huge bronze idol of the creature could be found. As long as people spared the old shrine and the image, no crocodile harmed any human being and it was for the people as if the beasts were tamed. One day an arrogant priest from a newer cult ordered the ancient shrines to be demolished and as soon as the crocodile-man's statue was broken, all crocodiles became highly hostile with people, to never be mellow again. People then tried to atone their arrogance by worshipping him as a God. Sebek supposedly continues to hunt for prey in the Nile.

Series 2 FigurineEdit

Sebek is a ten-point monster and comes in all four colors (blue, pink, orange, and neon-green). He is depicted as a human with a crocodile head.

Trading card textEdit

(Translated from the mexican card)

Species: Reptilian humanoid

Born: During the XIII dynasty of Egypt

Size: 2.40 meters

Habitat: The riverbanks of the Nile

From the shore this monster looks like a regular crocodile, but this protector of the alligators has a human body and powerful and muscular legs. It is said that his weak spot are the sad stories. If you find him remember the crocodile tears and make him cry.

Trading card front Edit

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