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AHTCG-Icon UniqueFC-92: Wilbur Whateley [R]
His Father's Son
235px
Type Subtype
Character High Priest
Faction Cost Skill
Yog-Sothoth 4 2
CoCTCG-Icon Terror 2 CoCTCG-Icon Combat 2 CoCTCG-Icon Arcane 2 CoCTCG-Icon Investigation 2
0 2 2 0
Card Text
Action: exhaust Wilbur Whately and sacrifice a character to discard the top X cards of each opponent's deck. X is the number of CoCTCG-Icon Arcane icons of the sacrificed character.
AHTCG-Icon UniqueFL-73: Wilbur Whateley [F]
Preternaturally Intelligent
Wilbur Whateley FL-73
Type Subtype
Character Sorceror
Faction Cost Skill
Yog-Sothoth 3 3
CoCTCG-Icon Terror 2 CoCTCG-Icon Combat 2 CoCTCG-Icon Arcane 2 CoCTCG-Icon Investigation 2
1 1 1 1
Card Text
Forced Response: After you succeed at a story to which Wilbu Whateley[sic] was committed, place a success token on Wilbur Whateley. Any time Wilbur Whateley has 4 or more success tokens on him, move him to his owner's won story pile as a won story for that player.

Wilbur Whateley is a Character Card that appears in the Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game Forgotten Cities and Forgotten Lore.

AvailabilityEdit

TKatG-5 appears in the Necronomicon Draft Pack.

ArtworkEdit

FC-92 uses an illustration[?] by Katherine Dinger.

FL-73 uses an illustration[?] by Scott Altmann.

MythosEdit

Wilbur Whateley first appeared in the story The Dunwich Horror (H.P. Lovecraft, 1928).

Wilbur Whateley is the child of Lavinia Whateley and Yog-Sothoth. Wilbur grew up quickly, being able to speak when eleven months old and having almost reached eight feet in height at the time of his death. He was known to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather Wizard Whateley in holding rites on top of the hills near Dunwich.

Despite his poor reputation among the townsfolk of his native town, Whateley gained some recognition as a scholar of the black arts and corresponded with many knowledgeable individuals, including Professor Armitage of Miskatonic University. Whateley never fulfilled his potential, dying in a failed attempt to steal Miskatonic's copy of the Necronomicon. His body vanished under shocking circumstances. His reputation remains strong in the Dunwich area, and rumors as to his "twin brother", the Dunwich Horror, still abound.[1]

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Harms, Daniel, "Whateley, Wilbur (February 2, 1913 – August 3, 1928)", Cthulhu Mythos Encyclopedia.
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