Character art by Katrina Guillermo.thumb|NaNxNaNpx|Pre-Alpha art for the card.|link=http://bossmonster.wikia.com/wiki/Strategy_Guide Character art by Katrina Guillermo.thumb|NaNxNaNpx|Pre-Alpha art for the card.|link=http://bossmonster.wikia.com/wiki/Strategy_Guide Character art by Katrina Guillermo.thumb|NaNxNaNpx|Pre-Alpha art for the card.|link=http://bossmonster.wikia.com/wiki/Strategy_Guide Character art by Katrina Guillermo.
Background art by David Nyari.
You may choose either a Basic Hero or an Epic Hero for this Level-Up ability, if one is one in town.
If all Hero's were taken during Build phase, leaving none in town, and you Level-Up, your ability will be wasted.
Gorgona's Level Up Ability can be used as soon as possible, but can also be used in a devious manner. If their is a Hero in town that would potentially go to an opponent, this Boss' Ability allows the player to immediately kill that hero upon activation, thus preventing their opponent from gaining a Soul that turn.
"Legend says that the first golems were heroes turned to stone by Gorgona and then animated by the artificers of Nos. Whether this is true or not, not [sic] one knows, but some wisemen have claimed that the Angry Golem Robobo was actually their first victim, and his rages are actually continued grief over the loss of his humanity."
"Dizzygas was first concocted by Gorgona in her alchemical dungeons. Originally intended as a chemical that would turn heroes against one another. It merely left them disoriented, but more than a little unprepared for the whatever horrors awaiting them in her next room."
"Gorgona is one of our favorite bosses. She’s smart, sassy, and knows what she wants out of life. And what she wants is to reduce heroes to crude granite and lime stone likenesses of their former selves. What a catch!"
-Excerpt from the Gorgona card of the day entry
The name of this comes from an actual Greek monster called a Gorgon. Her title, Queen of Medusia, makes mention of a particular Gorgon, Medusa, and is featured in the legend of Perseus.
Interestingly, many games that include a Gorgon like monster will call it a Medusa rather than a Gorgon.