Cassandra Attributes



Pious Plea


Cassandra prays to recover all allies’ Health equal to 600% of her Attack. After this Health is gained, 70% of the amount recovered will slowly drain away in the next 5s. If these Heroes are hit during this time, the damage taken will be taken from this temporary Health.

Level 2 (Lv 61):

55% of the amount recovered will drain away

Level 3 (Lv 141):

40% of the amount recovered will drain away

Level 4 (Lv 221):

The drain time increases to 8s

Holy Illumination


Cassandra releases Holy Energy at the target nearest to her. This energy then bounces to 5 other Heroes nearby, recovering 10% of max Health if ally or dealing 100% damage if enemy.

Level 2 (Lv 81):

The energy is conducted up to 6 times

Level 3 (Lv 161):

Recovers 12% of max Health to allies

Level 4 (Lv 241):

Deals 120% damage to enemies

Breathless Prayer


Cassandra prays for the ally Hero with the lowest Health for 8s. During this time, the Hero recovers 10% of their max Health each time they are hit. This skill can be triggered up to 3x.

Level 2 (Lv 101):

Recovers 11% of max Health

Level 3 (Lv 181):

The skill is effective for the next 4 attacks

Level 4 (Lv 261):

Recovers 12% of max Health

Guardian Spirit


After Cassandra suffers lethal damage, she turns into an angel to heal all allies for 12s. During this time, she will use the skill “Holy Illumination.”

Level 2 (Lv 121):

Reduces damage taken by 10% to all allies

Level 3 (Lv 201):

Lasts for 15s

Level 4 (Lv 281):

Reduces damage taken by 20% to all allies






Full support, Healer, Buffer, Debuffer, deals magical damage


Cassandra is a full support hero, not only she can do heal, she can also do buff and debuff. Use for Divinity Chronicles.
Team build: Flora or Oberon or Tamamo no Mae, Izanami, Susanoo, Athena.

Her ultimate is the Pious plea. Cassandra prays to recover all allies to their max health in the 5 seconds, after this health is gained seven percent of the amount recovered will slowly drain away, total amount of health gain cannot exceed 400 percent of Cassandra’s attack. At level two sixty percent of the amount recovered will drain away, etc. This is actually good even in early game, you can use Cassandra if you were starting out on a new server, because she is definitely a good support, she can rival Nagakanya in terms of survivability and effectivity in the team.

Active skill, the Holy illumination, Cassandra releases holy energy at the target nearest to her, these energy then bounces to three other heroes nearby recovering eight percent of max health, if ally or dealing 100 damage if enemy. This energy or holy illumination can bounce to your teammates or to the enemy, so it can recover if it bounces to your teammates or allies, it can damage enemies if it bounces to enemies. At level 2 the energy is conducted up to four times and that means it will bounce up to four times. Level 3 recover ten percent of max health to allies, from eight percent it increased to ten percent. At level four deals 110 damage to enemies from 100 to 110.

Next is the Breathless prayer. Cassandra prays for the ally with the lowest health. For the next three attacks this hero recovers five percent of their max health each time they are hit. It’s actually another healing skill. This is a single target heal.

The Guardian spirit is the passive of cassandra. That can only be triggered if Cassandra dies, so what will happen is after Cassandra suffers lethal damage, she turns into an angel to heal all allies for 12 seconds. Can only use active skill during this time. So once Cassandra turns turns into an angel, she can still use the active skills but not the ultimate. She can still do some healing. At level two reduce damage taken by 10 percent to neighbor allies, so that’s a buff. At level three last for 15 seconds, at level four reduce damage taken by 20 percent to nearby allies. So once Cassandra dies, she will give buff to nearby allies as well as giving healing skills.

Weapon – Fatesfury Crystal Ball.
So the first at 100 increases ally heroes healing received by two percent whenever they are attacked and it can stock up to 30 percent. So this is a passive, it’s like another skill reduces enemy heroes healing received by two percent whenever they are attacked. It’s like Persephone’s debuff to enemies that reduces healing received by the enemy, so this is pretty good for bosses that is healing hard or if there’s a lot of healers. As long as your hero is attacking those enemies, it can stock up to 30, so that’s how good the debuff of this Cassandra. At 200 increases targets healing received by 30 percent, at 300 reduces targets healing received by 50, at 400 increase all ally heroes attack by 20 when their health is above 50.

This weapon upgrade doesn’t have any requirement as long as you learn or upgraded the unit or the weapon to 400, it will already be applied instantly in every battle. So imagine, if you have a 400 weapon on Cassandra at battle, when the battle starts you will already gain 20 attack.

Divinity Skills: Devoid Animus, Primeval Inspiration, Primeval Purify, Asterial New Moon.


Early (1-15)

Mid (16-25)

Late (26+)





Skin Attributes

NameMultiverse Medic
BonusHP +2%, ASPD +2%
Cost  x 100

Skin Attributes

NameEmerald Oracle
BonusATK +2%
Cost  x 50


In reality, truth is often ignored in favor of an alluring lie. Never was this adage truer for anyone than it was for the Trojan princess, Cassandra. When the lovely Cassandra was born, there was a huge celebration in the Temple of Apollo. It was a splendid occasion, and everyone there had too much to drink. The new baby therefore was somewhat neglected. While no one was looking, an enchanted snake licked her ears, conveying upon her the gift of foresight. Apollo, fearful of the consequences of someone with such a power, immediately cursed the young girl so no one would ever believe her predictions.

As Cassandra grew up, she became intensely frustrated by her situation. She foresaw many tragedies and tried to warn others but would simply have to watch the slow wheel of destiny crushed people as it went. During the Trojan War, she foresaw the death of her brother, and knew that the Trojan Horse secretly housed the best champions of Greece. She pleaded for everyone to listen to her, but they all perceived her predictions as mad ravings. So, she just had to watch her city fall and be engulfed by flames helplessly.

However, this was not the end of her destiny. After the Void portal was activated, Cassandra foresaw the “Doomsday” war. Again, she immediately warned the Guardians, and again, no one believed her. It was only Joan of Arc who somehow broke this curse and acted upon her predictions to unite the Guardian faction against the demons of the Void.

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