Titan's Call

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Titan's Call
The Horn of Power
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Still echoing with the true names of the Titans, this Horn of Power still commands the ability to heal friends and harm enemies, wherever they be.

Skills[edit | edit source]

Hyperion's Echo
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Healing* 300 400 500
Mana Cost 200 250 300
Cool Down (s) 50 50 50
* Healing only affects allied dragons

Astaroth's Echo
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Damage* 300 400 500
Mana Cost 300 400 500
Cool Down (s) 75 75 75
* Damage only affects opponent dragons

Lore[edit | edit source]

Ulreth the Tower stood beside Lord Hyperion, the banners of his tribe streamed proudly from his golden helm in twin rivulets of black and white silk. Together, Ulreth and Hyperion surveyed the shattered battlefield below, even now awash in the gore of the fallen minions of Astaroth, struck down by the armies of Light.

As he spoke, Ulreth clasped the Horn of Power in a gauntleted fist, "The deed is done Lord Hyperion. My master requests what he is owed." The gleaming Titan looked down at Ulreth the Tower, servant of Balance and nodded. "You may tell my brother Titan that I will come when he calls." The Titan spoke then, uttering a word that was like the song of a thousand mornings: the Titan's true name. Ulreth held the horn aloft and captured the sound and, with a salute to the Titan and a clap of thunder, disappeared.

When Balance's servant reappeared, he was a world away, atop a spire overlooking a river of molten rock. Lord Astaroth sat on a throne of flames, the flow of lava as a red carpet leading to his baleful perch. "Come to gloat, Ulreth? Come to tell me of your victory beside cursed Hyperion?"

Ulreth dropped down to stand in front of the Titan. The smile on his face was cruel. "You were told the price and refused to pay it, Lord Astaroth. The question is, will you pay it now? The war rages on..." Ulreth bowed in a mockery of invitation, the Horn of Power in his hand.

Astaroth fumed, muttering curses on his brother, the TItan of Balance, but finally the demon nodded his assent. When he next spoke, the word he spoke was as the roar of a thousand fires echoing from an impossible depth, as if the heart of the world itself screamed with rage. It was the Titan's true name and as before, Ulreth the Tower captured its sound with his Horn of Power...

Tips[edit | edit source]

Your Team Bars Matter! - The key to using Hyperion's Echo well lies is using it when you can do the most good. Saving one dragon might be the right move, so it it's not enough to just cast Hyperion's Echo when everyone is low on health; that's just the beginning!

Know the Battle - Astaroth's Echo is a perfect finisher, with the right amount of situational awareness and team coordination, you can finish a friend's fight from across the map. It's easy, but learning to choreograph its use is key to being effective with Astaroth's Echo.

Complement Your Strategy - Which dragon you pair Titan's Call with isn't as important as how you use it. Titan's Call will turn the tide of battle, but you have to learn when, in your strategy, the time for such action will come. Whatever your strategy, inserting a sound from the Horn of Power will practically guarantee success - if your timing is right.