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Over twenty-two thousand years ago (at the time of the Seven Empires started to decline), the isle of Atlantis was a wilderness, with no true rulership, but barely tamed by barbarians.
Circa 19,500 BC, Atlanteans started to spread on the mainland as mercenaries in the religious and political feuds existing between the greater powers.
By 19,000 BC, Atlantis was the seat of a minor empire based on trade and crafts, whose fortunes fluctuated over the next centuries.
The continent was re-surfaced by Morgan le Fay. Through her machinations, much of the nation of modern Atlantis was destroyed with its Homo mermanus residents exposed to the open air. The Inhumans' city of Attilan was relocated here and the Royal Family claimed hereditary rights to the land. The island was later sunk through the actions of the Inhumans to protect themselves from human invaders and return the land to the Atlanteans.
Arthog was the slave master on board the Lemurian pirate craft which rescued and enslaved Kull when he escaped from Atlantis.
Ku-Var was the self-proclaimed ruler of Atlantis. His blood-thirsty tribe wiped out half the barbarian population of the island and united the other half. He held absolute rule and chose his chief guard Iraina to fight Brule at the tournament proclaimed by King Governi of Thule. Ku-Var was killed by Iraina herself when he sexually offended her.
Lhok-Nor was the chieftain of the Atlanteans, who promised her daughter Sareena to King Kull. As soon as Sareena was assassinated in the City of Wonders during the wedding ceremony, Lhok-Nor declared war to Valusia and attacked the capital. Kull then persuaded him and Taku to venture into the catacombs beneath the city and discover the real threat for the human race represented by the Wolf Men. Moved by Kull's love for his daughter, Lhok-Nor agreed to help him defeat the Demonolater and ended the war.
Tokor was the captain of the Lemurian pirate craft which rescued and enslaved Kull when he escaped from Atlantis.
- Appearances of Atlantis (Empire)
- Minor Appearances of Atlantis (Empire)
- Media Atlantis (Empire) was Mentioned in
- Location Gallery: Atlantis (Empire)
- Images related to Atlantis (Empire)
- Marvel Staff members who were born in Atlantis (Empire)
Links and References
- ↑ Kull the Destroyer #17
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1; Atlantis' entry
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #62
- ↑ Fantastic Four: Atlantis Rising #1-2
- ↑ Inhumans Vol 2 #12
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Savage Sword of Conan #229
- ↑ Kull the Conqueror Vol 3 #1
- ↑ Kull the Conqueror Vol 2 #2