- "There's only one choice left... ALLMAGEDDON!"
- ―Heptad, Sons Of The Spiritlands
Heptadd's origins are a mystery: no one knows for certain who or what Heptadd is. What is undeniable is his prowess in the Elements, his ability to use Mugic from any Tribe, and he even seems to able to use some sort of Mugical teleportation. With such incredible powers and coupled with his unusual presence, some believe Heptadd knows where the Cothica is. 
Regarded as one of the fiercest fighters in Perim, he has mastered the almighty Almageddon attack. His aresenal of abilities makes it almost impossible for a foe to know what they could be up against! 
Heptadd reveals himself comes from the Spiritlands, thus he is only able to stay as long as Heptadd's Crown is not destroyed. His crown is his Talazar, an item which allows Spiritland creatures to stay in Perim.
A heptagon is a 7-sided polygon, which is what the Mugic Counters are. He may be named this due to the fact that he can use Mugic from any tribe. Heptadd's name also has seven letters.
Heptadd has a purplish body, with a green head. He has long, spiky red hair, a reddish eye and light blue eye, and has very sharp teeth. He also wears golden leg and wrist armor, a crown seated atop his head.
Personality and Behaviour
Heptadd has been portrayed to be largely worried about the safety of Perim, working strongly to protect it (as seen in Son of the Spiritlands).
Affiliations, Loyalties and Allies
Heptadd's archrival is Takinom. 
Heptadd is a great creature alone. Heptadd has all elements, so a whole range of attacks are available to him. Using him with simple attacks like Torrent of Flame or Riptide will deal a tremendous amount of damage.
Perhaps if you are very strategic (and lucky), you may come across the legendary Allmageddon, which is rumored to be Heptadd's favorite attack. It is the highest damage dealing card, since it can deal a total of 50 damage with Heptadd.
If you give heptadd a riverland moon his disciplines will increase by 10 with every water attack, after a few turns he will be able use any discipline attack.
If you give Heptadd a Gigantroper Armour his stats and energy should match that of the rest of the big 4
Equip Heptadd with Citadel Fragments so that he gains 20 in all disciplines and 20 energy for his elements.
Release and Promotion
Heptadd is one of the Big 4 which consist of 4 Ultra Rare from the set 'Dawn of Perim'. He shares the rank with Chaor (leader of the UnderWorld), Maxxor (leader of the OverWorld), and Lord Van Bloot (The Rebellious UnderWorlder).
He can be found in Starter Decks, both OverWorld or Underworld from Dawn of Perim, if you are extremely lucky. Seemingly that Ultras come in the ratio 1:5 and the chance of bumping into Heptadd rather than other Ultras is hard as well.
Heptadd can also be found in booster packs in the ratio of 1:24, but once again the chance of bumping into Heptadd is rare.
In addition in 2008, Chaotic released Chaotic 2008 Tins, in which Heptadd can be found 1:20 chance. If you even find an Ultra, it still might be anything from Maxxor to Heptadd.
Heptadd was released in Hawaii as a promotion and now holds an incredible value. The Hawaiian version of Heptadd is not different than the original Heptadd other than the fact it says HAWAIIAN EXPO.
|#||Episode||Used in BattleDrome?||Appearance in Perim?|
|4||Over Under Rent Asunder||Yes||No|
|54||Tale of Two Toms||Yes||No|
|67||Legions of Aa'une||No||Yes|
|79||Son of the Spiritlands||No||Yes|
- Heptadd was the only released card from DOP that had all 4 elements without help. The only card except Heptadd to have 4 elements is Tassanil High Elementalist, but this card is unreleased
- Heptadd's strongest move is Allmageddon, but in the episode 'Allmageddon', it is stated that only Hoton knows about the legendary attack. It was proved in Secrets of the Lost City episode 12, he knew Allmageddon.
- Heptadd can cast Mugic from any Tribe which could mean, he has joined other tribes before or obtained the power of the Cothica. Which is relatively possible due to the fact he has all 4 elements.
- Ironically, the BattleGear Heptadd's Crown is useless when equipped to Heptadd.
- This also happens to be his Talazar.
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