Even among the tribal villages, Oro, the Barbarian, had a reputation of being uncivilized. He was selfish, wild, and extraordinarily strong. At only sixteen he announced he would leave his village and venture into the wilderness, alone. For two whole years nobody saw or heard of him and they assumed he had finally met his match with the beasts of the forest. But he did return, no longer a boy, but a man, dragging behind him the carcass of a giant boar. By enduring the brutal trials of nature, Oro learned to be as savage and efficient as a wild animal, but maintain the ruthless cunning of humanity. And as a result, a true monster was created. One who had already mastered the wilderness, and had sights set on conquering much more.
Oro has been mentioned in a few of the stories we have compiled:
"Trail of Myth"
With wild boars encroaching close to her village, Anneka sets out into the forest to investigate and thin out the herd. Though what she finds may prove to be a much bigger threat than she ever imagined.
Urien must face his past, present, and future decisions as he faces off against an old nemesis.
If you are interested in gathering some artifacts of Oro for your collection, below are a few we have to offer in our humble shop:
"Oro, the Barbarian"
4.13" x 5.83" (10.5cm x 14.8cm) Mini Print
$10.00 CAD / $8.00 USD