Kahn, the Warrior or simply just Kahn was part of a group of heroes that defeated the Second Overlord. He represents the sin of wrath.

History Edit

Kahn is one of the Seven Heroes that killed the second Overlord. The Wizard nurtures Kahn's insecurities, especially his relationship with Jewel, and causes him to develop uncontrollable anger issues and quarrels if unhappy. Kahn does not return to his homeland but hides with Jewel in the Ruborian Desert to assist her with his beholders and marauders.


Kahn is engaged in combat by the Overlord.

Kahn Defeated

Kahn explodes.

Kahn in pieces

Kahn in the Infernal Abyss in the Ruborian Desert.

Overlord Edit

He becomes enraged when he learns that Jewel has been captured and leads an assault on the village of Spree, killing numerous Spree Villagers and 'convincing' the survivors to praise him. When the Overlord arrives in Spree, Kahn moves on to Heaven's Peak and begins another assault, ravaging the city and again killing most of the citizens. He is encountered in Heaven's Peak and is the 6th of the Seven Heroes you must fight. After being fought and weakened three times throughout the city he attempts a final stand. Upon his defeat, he collapses to the ground and explodes.

Overlord: Raising Hell Edit

He is punished in the Infernal Abyss of the Ruborian Desert by being partly molded into a wall. He is later defeated exploding because of a Wraith Shock Trooper charging and blew him into pieces. After blown apart, the only body he is left is his talking head. He comically asks the Overlord if Jewel will still like him.

Personality and Traits Edit

Representing the sin of wrath, Kahn is quick to anger and is very protective of Jewel, which at times annoys her. He cares only about protecting Jewel and destroying anything that angers him. He, like Jewel, commands his own group of Ruborian Raiders and has control over Beholders. Kahn is a massive giant, encumbered by a large suit of black, crude and rigid armor. He wields a large black flail with which he obliterates massive groups of enemies.

Trivia Edit

  • Khan's sin, wrath, and his name, is an obvious reference to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

See also Edit

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