Holotome Profile: Dullahan
Base Stats
Attack 4
Defense 3
Type Draco-Titan Warrior
Size Average
Special Ability Disarm
Flame Burst
Series Information
Users Den Fears
First Appearance "Back Home"
Related Pages
Gallery | Appearances
Dullahan the headless knight was one of the guardian Titans of the magical floating castle of Tír na nÓg alongside Firbolg the fierce giant. His Amulet is currently in the possession of Den Fears.


Dullahan Titans appeared in Irish mythology as fearsome fairies with a role similar to the grim reaper. They would either ride in a chariot driven by six black, headless horses or on top of a lone black horse. Their shields, bearing the visage of a face, were interpreted to be the Dullahans' heads. They became omens of death said to guide dying souls to their final resting places. Wikipedia

Numerous Dullahan and Firbolg Titans stood as guardians of Tír na nÓg where they attacked Scarlet Byrne, Den Fears, Sophie Casterwill and Dante Vale, and fought against Powerbonded Sabriel and Kaioh the Tracker. Despire overpowering the team, Dullahan was defeated when Lok Lambert returned from the Inter-dimensional World and invoked Pendragon, the Legendary Titan of Champions. His Amulet was then obtained by Den. S2E48

Den invoked Dullahan in the tomb of Nostradamus alongside Dante's Elf King Oberon where they fought against Marduk's Psikofen and Helinx Titans. S2E49

In the final battle against The Betrayer, Dullahan was invoked alongside Harrison Fears's Jericho. He was defeated however by Demigorgan, the Titan of Betrayal. S2E52


Dullahan wields a spiked ball-and-chain mace as well as a head-shaped shield that can "breathe" fire through his Flame Burst ability. Dullahan has been able to fight in physical combat with Powerbonded Sabriel, his Disarm ability allowing him to take her swords from her. S2E48 In addition, Dullahan can throw his shield, almost like a frisbee, at an enemy to immobilize them, as he did to Psikofen. S2E49


As per the Gallery Policy, the full set of images for Dullahan may be found at the Category Gallery.


  • His summoning command is "Face them!"
  • This Titan is based on the Dullahan of Irish legend, a headless fairy that carried its head under its arms. A type of dark-inclined fairies, they were said to hunt those who had been marked to die.
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