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Attila, more frequently referred to Attila the Hun, was the leader of the Huns and a supporting antagonist-turned-protagonist in Night at the Museum franchise.
Night at the Museum
Attila is first seen running around a corner and sees Larry Daley and begins chasing him. If Larry had not ran into an elevator, Attila would've captured Larry. Later, when Larry is reading about the Huns, Attila (possibly) is seen with other men pulling the limbs off a frightened captive, implying that was they're way of execution. Later, Larry tries to befriend him by doing magic tricks, which Attila likes. But when Larry attempts to escape when the trick goes wrong, Attila orders his men to get Larry. though this time, Larry is caught and is carried back to Attila. A frightened Larry knows he is at the mercy of the nocturnal crazies, but Larry believes it is his doom when Attila orders his men to hold him in the air and pry off his limbs with their bare hands. Luckily, before Attila gets the chance to keep Larry and his limbs forever, Larry is saved by Theodore Roosevelt, though Larry gets a feeling he hasn't seen the last of Attila.
Later, After freeing an Egyption prince Ahkmenrah, Attila sees Larry, his son and Ahkmenrah and attacks them. It appears the two groups will battle to the doom. but before they collide, Larry speaks with Attila and he and the prince convince him and his warriors to join them in the battle against the thieves. When they are defeated, Attila is more than pleased to take Cecil Fredericks, Gus, and Reginald captive and (possibly) rip off their limbs later offscreen.