Cleopatra deals 100% damage to all enemies. For every stack of “Snake Poison” on individual targets, the damage dealt increases by 25% for each stack.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Every stack of “Snake Poison” increases damage dealt by 30% for individual units.
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Deals 150% damage
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Every stack of “Snake Poison” increases damage dealt by 35% for individual units.
Cleopatra summons a Viper Totem in front of a random target. The Totem has 100 of Cleopatra’s Attack, Defense and 50% of her Health. The totem releases poison to deal 35% damage to the enemy.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Deals 45% damage
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Targets 2 enemies at once
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Deals 50% damage
Every time Cleopatra or her summons deal damage, inflict 1 stack of “Snake Poison,” which lasts for 10s. “Snake Venom” can be stacked up to 10 times. Each stack deals damage equal to 3% of Cleopatra’s Attack every second.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Deals 4% damage per second for each stack
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Additionally, each stack of “Snake Poison” decreases the enemy’s healing received by 5%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Additionally, each stack of “Snake Poison” deals damage equal to 0.1% of the target’s max Health
Summoner damage dealer
Cleopatra is known as having the highest damage over time in endgame. Her Ultimate attack deals preety good damage with bonus growth. So, she and her snakes can do poisonous effection on enemies. It is good on multiple units and bosses as well. So active attack summons Totem, which is mini copy of Cleopatra’s attack and defense (100%) and health (50%). And then she inflict poison with aura, which is great. Cleopatra will show her real strenth, when she reaches 161 lvl. Weapon gives crit chance and crit damage, what else can we wish for – definately good for Campaign.
Choose Yasakani Magatama artifact to make her more optimized with three poison snakes at the same time for example. For early game to help debuffing enemies useful to choose divinity skill Animus, Torment. It will help to still alive much longer. Also take a look at Timelapse, Supernova, Excitement, Prevail.
Cleopatra is a special presence in the history of the realm. Known as the “world’s sexy siren,” she was a master of the art of seduction. Unlike many one-dimensional women around her, she never lost wisdom while possessing amazing beauty. She read many books, spoke many languages, and understood the cultures and tendencies of all people.
The name Cleopatra means “glory to the father” and this clever and resourceful woman’s name has resonated throughout history for a reason. Her story begins with her father’s death. Afterwards, her brother was too young to assume the throne, so Cleopatra saw an opportunity to seize power for herself. She was only 18 but the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar was staying in the Egyptian capital at the time. Not being the formal leader and unable to ask for a meeting, she had to be creative. She prepared herself in her finest dress and had her servants roll her into a rug. Caesar was told that the rug was a gift, and it was brought in front of him. They then rolled her out onto the floor. Cleopatra gracefully glided off her side and coiled her body up like a snake. She then locked her eyes onto his. Caesar would end up staying with her for years, making her the Egyptian Queen and providing her an heir. Although Caesar would be later assassinated, she simply manipulated his successor, Marc Antony, afterwards. It was easy for her. Who is the most powerful? The leader, or the one who can make the “powerful” do whatever she wants?
If all of that wasn’t enough though, Cleopatra can also communicate with the Gods through her priests. Additionally, she monitors all of Egypt through her spy network, known as “The Desert Snakes.” Recently, these spies have even spread their network beyond Egypt. Cleopatra is very ambitious, and she is looking to rebuild Egypt into superpower for the ages to remember.