The Gamma Horde Smashes Into ‘Marvel Realm Of Champions’

by Gary Catig

Though the actual release date hasn’t been announced, every day that goes by brings us closer to getting our hands on Marvel Realm of Champions. The next house to receive a spotlight is the tribe of Hulks known as the Gamma Horde. Kabam does a good job of world building so let’s take a closer look at their details:
CAPITAL: Los Diablos
HIGHEST ELEVATION: 1,998 feet – the top of the Gamma Bomb Tower in Los Diablos
Once, the Hulks of the Gamma Horde began as a single unified tribe during a period widely understood to be their most prosperous. Each faction was an irreplaceable finger in the clenched “Fist of the Horde.” At war, they were unstoppable. The Horde raided far beyond the Green Desert -with some raids reaching as far as Birnin Damisa in the south. While these tales of unchallenged conquest are almost certainly exaggerated by the Gamma Horde, archaeological evidence seemingly supports their claims.
A few hundred years before The Maestro subjugated the Horde, that legendary unified strength was shattered in what is known as “The Fist and the Fingers.” The details of the Fist and the Fingers are rarely spoken of. Any Hulk who can remember that time is either dead or unwilling to indulge questions. Whatever the specifics, as a result The Fist of the Horde was unclenched to form an open hand. As a wise Hulk once said: “HORDE NO STRONG AGAIN UNTIL FIST CLOSE. NO SMASH WITH OPEN HAND. ONLY SLAP. HORDE NO SLAP. HORDE SMASH.”
Skaar now attempts to consolidate his power among the Hulks of the Horde; the Red Hulks of the east, the Tribal Hulks from the north, the Berserkers from the west, and more still bicker and fight about the Horde’s role in a world without The Maestro. Of all the Houses of Battleworld, the Horde has been perhaps the most affected by his death, and they have a long road to travel before The Fist of the Horde can be clenched once more.
With the addition of the Gamma Horde, only one house remains to spotlight: the Spider-Guild. Refresh on the other six previously featured houses here.

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