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Released on Friday 17/12/10

Vampires are cool! Vampires are chic! Vampires get the ladies!!! Belgosi is so convinced of this that he's injected himself on purpose with the blood of a radioactive vampire bat so he can be more like his heroes from the Darkness series. Unfortunately the result is not quite as classy as he’d intended...

First development of the 4 of this character’s different developments:

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    7-2 Opp Power, Min 5
    5Protection: Ability

Ability of Belgosi:

-2 Opp Power, Min 5

The Power of the opposing character is reduced by 2 points or up to a minimum of 5. If the opposing character’s Power is lower than or equal to 5, then the Ability has no effect.



Protection: Ability

The Ability of Skeelz can not be blocked while the Protection: Ability Bonus is activated.

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69 comments about Belgosi

Friday 17/12/2010, 11:19

best 4 star card in the Skeelz and its not twilight Belgosi is Béla Lugosi the actor who played dracula in the year 1927

Tuesday 10/05/2011, 23:22

Caelus's Student Review

Belgosi (Apparently, I was supposed to do this one a long time ago... who knew?)

Belgosi is an odd child, who's powers I can compare to only Drake... not in the sense that they are similar (oh, GOD no), but int he sense that they were both purposely self-inflicted. You see, after the many, MANY, books, movies and games dipicting vampires in a good light (and sexy), Belgosi wanted to join this false bandwagon... because he has apparently never heard of Ielena and the wake of evil she leaves behind her (as for the sexy... well, go look for yourself).

Still, his new 'Neo-Vampirism' stance on life has led to a pale complextion, glowing eyes, large fangs, a thirst for blood, and the ability to make bats out of thin air. And that, my friends can be very useful.

Late night espionage with night-vision, the ability to appear behind an unsuspecting opponent and disable them? Belgosi may not be a hearthtrob, or a romantic, but he is a suave beast when it comes to battle.

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Sunday 02/01/2011, 00:53

Can all of the Twilight bashers calm down for a minute? Have you ever considered that maybe UR is referencing BOTH Bela Lugosi AND Twilight! Just because you consider Twilight to be a sub-par book doesn't mean it isn't a cultural powerhouse. Obviously there are people in this world who enjoy the Twilight series. Neither you nor the Urban Rivals staff are the end-all be-all on literature. At the moment in popular culture vampires are, "cool" "chic" and "get the ladies" to many people. Combine this with the mention of "Darkness series" and the evidence seems to point to a cultural reference regarding Twilight. I'd also like to know how many of you Twilight bashers have actually read the books and seen the movies? And how many of you are just jumping on the Anti-Twilight proverbial bandwagon? I'm no fan myself, but I have well informed reasons behind my decision. Can all you "Twilight is lame" nay-sayers say the same for yourselves?

HOWEVER, the name is definitely referencing Bela Lugosi. There is no rule saying that UR characters can't have more than one cultural reference.

Friday 17/12/2010, 19:01

Bram stroker who wrote dracula depicted vampires as charismatic and having a way with women. Blea Lugosi played dracula form strokers interpertation of dracula and made a very charismatic vampire. Twlilight is lame. Stephine Meyer is Lame. Ur seems to make great refrences to the past. Not stupid novels that blew up do to a movie. RESEARCH is a good thing. Random statements are terrible. Take a lesson from Ur and you might learn something about good and some history.

Monday 20/12/2010, 19:21

Is it just me, or does anyone else notice the eerie resemblance that Belgosi has to the character Raziel from Eidos' Soul Reaver game series? He was also a vampire that wore a scarf and had a similar hair style.

Thursday 17/02/2011, 00:53

I think Belgosi is a clever piece of social commentary by the UR staff.
They are saying that the kids of today with their "pretty" vampires have forgotten that originally vampires were abominations.
As it says in the cards bio "Vampires are cool! Vampires are chic! Vampires get the ladies!!!" yet he turns into one of the old school Vampires.

Friday 17/12/2010, 11:17

7 Power
5 Damage
Ability : -2 Opp Power Min 5

Very stable card and Is gonna have more power almost 100% of the time !! Although his only reall flaw is Total stops he still has that stable 7 power and good 5 damage.

Pros :
7 Power
Nice Damage of 5
Usually Has More Power
Looks Cool

Cons :
Takes Up a Bit Of Room in Decks ( 4* )
Has Rivals for That 4* Place in Skeelz
Damage Reduction Hurts a Bit
Is a victim of Twilight

Wednesday 22/12/2010, 17:04

It seems like UR is trying to put a vampire in all of the clans.
I mean look:
And now Belgosi for the Skeelz!
If I'm right, I want an Ulu Watu vampire next!

Wednesday 09/03/2011, 06:17

alright guys, enough with the fighting over what exactly his reference is supposed to be of. His description reminds me of Twilight, his art of Dracula, and his name of both. But it really doesn't matter because Twilight is based off of Dracula so whichever Belgosi is modeled after will lead back the same way. However, what this card does need is a decent card analysis. So here we go...
Belgosi: 7/5; ability: -2 opp. power, min. 5; bonus: protection ability
+7 solid power, coupled with his ability makes him very tough to beat.
+5 damage is pretty good, but considering you'll be winning most of the time it's a nice amount.
+resistant to SoA and SoB, as with all Skeelz.
+even against an all-stop, he's a solid 7/5
+ability's minimum is 2 lower than his power, which means that he can get a 2 power advantage contrary to cards like Sliman, C Beast, Edwin, and Estalt.
+more solid than his competition. Jay and Manfred have deadlier abilities, but they are conditional so Belgosi is more reliable then either of them. However, Greem will probably beat him for the elo spot if it becomes unbanned.
-4 stars so he takes up much space in type 1 and elo. That makes it harder to budget in Tomas, dwain, caelus...etc.
-attack manipulation makes him have have to pill more, but with a solid 7 power this isn't too much of a problem.
-ability has a high min of 5. This means that other power reducers like Tula, Trish, and robb will have their way against him. It also means that he can't open up an enormous power advantage against cards like Boohma or skinner, making my previous point more of a problem.
-5 damage. yes, this is quite average but you opponent can counter him with a decent damage reducer.
-competition. There are many other good options for 4* Skeelz. Jay may be out of most players' price range, but is very dangerous. Manfred is also quite powerful with an awesome ability. Greem has the elo-sought-after poison and thus is banned at the moment. Corvus has excellent power and pill manipulation, too. Aigwon and Damian are seldom used and I would actually take Belgosi over them.
There really isn't that much wrong with Belgosi. His flaws are minor as he is a very solid, reliable card for the Skeelz. His ability isn't overpowering, which is something that I like for Skeelz because of their bonus. A card like chiara will def replace this guy once you can afford her. +1 power and a much better minimum for 1 damage, revenge-less and one less star is a trade I'd make any day. he's basically a Kluwn for one more star and resistant to SoA and SoB. I know it's a different clan, but Kluwn is by no means an overpowered 3* card for the Bangers. Also, I like other power reducers in other clans like Fei, Azgroth, and blaaster much better than Belgosi. All in all, he is a card that can really help you win battles but no one will be going: "AHHH my opponent has Belgosi on his side! I'm in trouble now..." Indeed he is pretty good, but overrated. I would not say he is a must have in your Skeelz deck half or mono. His best use is to go against your opponent's highest damaging card when you suspect heavy pillage since he'll have the edge in high pill battles. Ultimately, he's a useful card who is also a bit overpriced (well I guess it's ok being a rare). Good but not great.

Monday 09/01/2012, 13:09

Wats' casual reviews


- Strong ability
- Only 4* in Skeelz that can actually win his battle rather easily
- Actually OK vs attk manip (thats a first for Skeelz 4*!)

-Min isnt overly great
- All Stars
- DR
- Boringness...he wins his round, not the fight!

Overall? IM going to say it, I hate Skeelz 4* lineup SO MUCH...this guy joins the ranks of 'well he's OK but nothing spectacular'. lets face it I prefer using a more 'scary to face' card like Greem or Jay or Manfred, hell even Corvus over a 'yay i can win my round...most of the times' card