Dangun evokes the Power of Asadal for 8s. Every 2s during this time, a random ally refreshes all their active skills. Additionally, every time this happens, the refreshed ally gains a shield for 5s. This shield’s strength is equal to 200% of Dangun’s Attack.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Increases shield’s value to 240% of Attack
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Increases shield’s value to 280% of Attack
Level 4 (Lv 221):
During “Power of Asadal,” Dangun’s Hong/Ik stamp interval is reduced to 1s
Whenever a frontline ally uses an active skill, Dangun gains 1 “Hong” stamp. Whenever a backline ally uses an active skill, Dangun gains 1 “Ik” stamp. These stamps create seals and can only happen once every 2.6s. Only the last 3 seals are retained. Whenever 3 seals are accumulated, consume these arranged seals to release a unique skill:
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Reduces the interval between stamps to 2.4s
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Reduces the interval between stamps to 2.2s
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Reduces the interval between stamps to 2s
Whenever the “Hong” seal is obtained, Dangun increases all allies’ Parry by 6% for 3s (this effect can be stacked up to 3x). Whenever the “Ik” Seal is obtained, Dangun increases all allies’ Breakthrough by 6% for 3s (this effect can be stacked up to 3x)
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Increases Parry boost to 8%
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Increases the duration of both boosts to 4s
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Increases Breakthrough boost to 8%
Whenever Dangun is in the frontline, his Defense is increased by 75%. Additionally, his frontline allies’ Cooldown Reduction is increased by 12%, and his backline allies’ Auto – Attack Speed is increased by 12%. Whenever Dangun is in the backline, his Attack is increased by 25%. Additionally, his backline allies’ Cooldown Reduction is increased by 12%, and his frontline allies’ Auto – Attack Speed is increased by 12%. These effects cannot be dispersed.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Increases the Defense boost to 90%
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Increases the Attack boost to 30%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Increases all the Cool down Reductions and Auto-Attack Speed boosts to 15%
Magical DD, Support, Tank, CC
Dangun – Mountain God of Gojoseon. Dangun was the founder of the Gojoseon Dynasty, creating a just and prosperous society based upon the philosophy of Hongik Ingan or “to benefit all.” One of the most prolific of Heroes to date, Dangun can cast a remarkable array of 14 skills to assist allies or decimate his opponents!
This Hero is good for late-late game. Use for high rank Arena. His main goal is to be strong support for your team.
Team build: Cassandra, Odin, Susanoo, Archimedes or Lilith (G&M – for late game). Combine with Odin and Lucifer.
Weapon skill – Sandalwood Divine Blade.
Every 10s, dispel all debuffs on Dangun. (Unlock 100)
Every 8s, dispel all debuffs on Dangun. (Unlock 200)
Every 6s, dispel all debuffs on Dangun. (Unlock 300)
When “Asadal Power” is activated, shields created will generate one for Dangun as well. (Unlock 400)
Divinity Skills: Primeval Embroilment, Psyche Formational Trance, Psyche Panacea, Psyche Energy Bubble, Immortality Eterna, Immortality Extraordinary, Primeval Primal Totem, Immortality Recovery.
Mighty Dangun’s story began when his grandfather Hwanin (Heavenly Emperor) noticed his son, Hwanung (Supreme Regent), was intensely interested in Earth. Soon, Hwanung took his father’s blessing with three Celestial Stamps to descend to the world with 3000 courtiers and settled on the top of Mount Taebaek. Here, he became king and made the Gods of wind, rain, and clouds the governors of this new realm.
One day, a tiger and bear came to visit Hwanung’s kingdom and asked to be made into human beings. He told the animals that if they could survive inside of his cave for 100 days – only eating the sacred foods of garlic and mugwort – they could be humans… After 30 days the tiger, sick and hungry, gave up and left. However, the bear endured and on the 100th day became a woman. This woman and Hwanung eventually had a child, named Dangun Wanggeom, and this golden child soon began the holy city of Asadal where people lived long, fruitful lives, followed just laws, and understood the difference between good and evil.
This city on the mountaintop eventually expanded to become an empire known as the Gojoseon Dynasty, which was founded on four principles: Hongik Ingan, meaning “benefit mankind widely”; Jaese Ihwa, meaning “let truth endure”; I do Yeochi meaning “calm the world with reason”; and Gwangmyeong Ise, meaning “illuminate the way with wisdom.” To enact these ideals, the God of Wind coordinated an equitable political system. While the God of Rain directed educational administration and strengthened the people’s’ connection with the spiritual, and the God of Clouds took responsibility for the legal and military structures.
According to legend, Dangun led this dynasty for 1,500 years. Under his leadership, the Gojoseon people developed a sophisticated and prosperous society, which endeavored to find a balance between Heaven, Earth, and humankind.