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Mistfallow

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Mistfallow
The Soul Thief
Mistfallow.png
Role
Support
Stats
Attack
 
Defense
 
Support
 
Difficulty
 
Health
 
Tier 0 Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3
Max Health (+70/lvl) 1600 1850 2100 2350
Health Regen 24 /s 28 /s 31 /s 35 /s
Max Mana (+50/lvl) 1000 1100 1200 1300
Mana Regen 20 /s 28 /s 36 /s 44 /s
Gold Capacity 1000 1200 1400 1600
Max Speed 100 /s 104 /s 108 /s 112 /s
Skills
Soul Siphon*
Soul Siphon.png
[Q]
Damage / tick 70 90 110
Drain** 35% 35% 35%
Duration (s) 3 3 3
Frequency (s) 0.5 0.5 0.5
Range 100 100 100
Max Targets 3 4 5
Mana Cost 40 60 80
Cool Down (s) 3 3 3
* Soul Siphon affect targets behind walls, as long as it is within range
** 25% of the health drained by Soul Siphon goes into Mistfallow's health. Doesn't drain from structures
Dissipate
Dissipate.png
[W]
Teleport Distance 120 140 160
Duration(s) 6 8 10
Damage Bonus* 20% 30% 40%
Mana Cost 120 100 80
Cool Down (s) 17 16 15
* The next attack after Dissipate deals extra damage

Lore[edit | edit source]

The plane of Kethos knows no greater danger than the Mistfallow. Born of the Gray Mist, these ethereal monsters feast on the souls of champions.

Kethos is home to the Golden Hall, a paradise where the fallen Dragon Lords from every century's battle gather to feast on mead and recount their glories, but it is also home to the Gray Mist, the swirling, turbid maelstrom that surrounds the floating isles of the Hall and its grounds. It is said that even the fallen may die again, if they venture past the Hall's protected shores, but it is not the Mist itself they fear - it is the Mistfallow.

Barely perceptible to the naked eye even at rest, the Mistfallow are creatures of vapor and smoke, with a greedy hunger for the thing they themselves lack: The power and vitality of an eternal soul. They are the perfect predators, able to fade in and out of the material world at will and capable of ripping bits of your soul from your body by their mere presence, but what they are not is long lived.

With no soul to sustain their form, they dissipate quickly, fading back into the mists from which they were born. It is only the power they gain from drinking the souls of the eternal that allows them to survive. To ride the Mistfallow is to accept the price of its existence as your own: for you ride on the back of the very souls of your enemies.

Tips[edit | edit source]

Put points into Soul Siphon first - The ability to steal life from other players is the most important ability the Mistfallow have.

Be Aggressive - In some ways, Soul Siphon is more powerful, the more enemies you face. Don't be afraid to mix it up and get into the middle of a big fight.

Know when to get out - Dissipate is the perfect way to fall back after wading into a fight. Dive into the enemy's line, soul siphon as much as you can, then dissipate out and regroup for another attack.

Pair with Stormcaller - Stormcaller's Electrocute is a nice compliment to Soul Siphon, and adding Lighting storm to your initial attack can be devastating with the right timing.

Skins[edit | edit source]

Zombie Mistfallow
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