The Aquanis are famous for being unfaithful so it’s little wonder their offspring pop up here, there and everywhere. But Rakhan, the son of an Aquanis and an Atua, has suffered as a result of his father's passing fancies, having never been fully accepted by his own because of his appearance. So it came of no surprise that he should offer his skills to Bloodh: being of mixed race is of absolutely no consequence in the ill-assorted Pirana crew.
- The Mixed-Race Brigand: Remove 50 Life points from your opponents with Rakhan
Advantages & Disadvantages
- His base power is 7, which is good for a 5*.
- His base damage is 4, but becomes 6 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of Piranas.
- His ability removes up to five life from your opponent if you win with him.
- Combining his damage with his ability, he can remove up to nine life from your opponent.
- His ability is good to use in ELO.
- His ability is also good against damage reduction.
- The clan bonus cancels an opposing card's bonus, which makes fights easier.
- His base damage is 4, which is low for a 5*.
- The minimum for his ability is 5, which is very high.
- He is weak against SoA, since he will have to rely on his low base damage.
- He is a 5*, so he takes up a lot of room in your deck.
- He has competition from the other 5* in Piranas.
- His appearance is based off of Davy Jones from the Pirates of the Caribbean series.
- He is the third Aquanis to be released, but the first half breed to appear in the game. It is also likely that there are more half breeds that look like him that have yet to be released.
- He is the second Atuas to be released, with the first being Daddy Jones.
- His appearance in his final level artwork is based off of Ursula, the villain from Disney's, The Little Mermaid.
- His name could be inspired by real-life pirate captain John Rackham, commonly known as Calico Jack.