After 2 auto-attacks, Lu Bu strikes the enemy with consecutive hits, dealing 3x 60% damage. The fourth hit deals 150% damage.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
The last hit is treated as True Damage
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Lu Bu is immune to control during this time
Level 4 (Lv 241):
The last strike deals 175% damage
When Lu Bu loses a certain amount of Health, he gains a buff of Physical Resistance up to 50%, and Lifesteal up to 50%.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Gains a maximum of 60% Lifesteal
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Gains a maximum of 60% Physical Resistance
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Gains a maximum of 65% Lifesteal
Single fighter brusier
Lu Bu belongs to the Fighter class. His skill is focused on dealing damage, he is given a large supply of vitality. So if your tank in the pack is weak, then you can use Lu Bu to tank too. When making attacks, the hero gains some healing, as well as resistance.
Lu Bu attacks in full power, trying to make max damage in a short period of time. He becomes more and more immune to physical hits during fight. He is a good with other fighters, cause his attacks has very high chance make damage. Lu bu is almost unstoppable. Take him for boss fights despite some temporarily bugs.
His weapon skills shows control immunity, damage ups but health weakness. His abilities looks like classy berserker mode, getting damage immunity and crazy strikes.
Handsome and brave, Lu Bu always directed his life towards acquiring skill and fame. Lu Bu’s story started rather humbly though. His family was not wealthy, and they were dependent on a powerful and tyrannical lord. Therefore, he grew up resentful of authority and defiant. It was his tremendous battle skills and sharp intelligence that eventually separated him from his peers though, and he quickly ascended the military ranks. At the legendary duel of the “Three Sworn Brothers” (Liu Bei, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei), he single-handedly challenged the three famous generals at once, and from then on, was known as the Unchallengeable Warlord, Lu Bu.
“Among men, Lu Bu; among steeds, Chi Tu (Red Hare).” The word, which is alluded to, but not said in that famous phrase is “greatest.” He is the greatest among men and his horse, Red Hare, is so among the steeds. His halberd is also known to have ended as many lives as a plague. However, Lu Bu is notorious for his temper. He is also thought of as self-centered, and often acts recklessly – lacking any sense of moral judgement. He betrays his lords freely, earning himself the shameful epithet, “the one who serves three families.”
After Lu Bu died, he was sent to Hell to be tortured for his sins. At first, the judges remembered him as a master of war and that many evil deeds were often done as a last resort. Therefore, he was placed on the eighth layer of Hell. He didn’t want to admit defeat, so he killed the jailer and created chaos there. In the end, the ruler of Hell invited the sage, Monkey King, to subdue him – which he did. To punish Lu Bu, the Judges of Underworld caused him to suffer the torture of eighteenth layer of Hell. Here, there was no hope for escape or rebellion. A voice came from a distance though, “Lu Bu, are you willing to serve me? The war is here!” Lu Bu sneered.