Prometheus Attributes





Prometheus distributes 8 “Tinders” to random units in random amounts. (A stack of “Tinder” will last until the end of battle if it is not consumed.) If an ally unit receives “Tinder,” each stack increases their Attack by 5%. If Prometheus hits an enemy unit holding “Tinder” with an active skill, 1 stack will be consumed to steal 80 Energy from them. Additionally, any time a stack of “Tinder” is consumed on an enemy, damage will be dealt equal to 2% of the target’s max Health every second for 5s. This can stack up to 3x.

Level 2 (Lv 61):

Increases the number of “Tinders” to 10

Level 3 (Lv 141):

Increases the number of “Tinders” to 12

Level 4 (Lv 221):

Increases the number of “Tinders” to 14

Concussive Fireball


Prometheus releases a fireball at a random enemy unit, dealing damage equal to 250% of his Attack. If this fireball hits an enemy target holding “Tinder,” it will consume 1 stack, increasing the skill’s overall damage dealt by 100%.

Level 2 (Lv 81):

Increases the damage to 275% of Attack

Level 3 (Lv 161):

Increases the damage to 300% of Attack

Level 4 (Lv 241):

Increases the damage to 325% of Attack

Meteor Storm


Prometheus summons meteorites to the area where enemy units are the most dense. After a short delay, they deal damage equal to 220% of his Attack to all struck enemy units. If the meteorites hit an enemy target holding “Tinder,” it will consume 1 stack, stunning the target for 5s.

Level 2 (Lv 101):

Increases the damage to 240% of Attack

Level 3 (Lv 181):

Increases the damage to 260% of Attack

Level 4 (Lv 261):

Increases the damage to 280% of Attack



Prometheus creates sparks which deal damage equal to 240% of his Attack to a random enemy Hero. If these sparks hit an enemy target holding “Tinder,” it will consume 1 stack, expanding the skill from single target to area-of-effect.

Level 2 (Lv 121):

Increases the damage to 260% of Attack

Level 3 (Lv 201):

Increases the damage to 280% of Attack

Level 4 (Lv 281):

Increases the damage to 300% of Attack




Magical DD, Buffer, Debuffer


One of the few remaining Titans, Prometheus was most famous for the horrifying torture he endured. He was bound to a cliff to have a giant eagle tear at his liver, but despite this, he nobly forgave his captors, assisting them in defending against the realm’s new invaders.

Weapon Skill – Inferno Gauntlets
At the beginning of the battle, 6 “Tinder” will be randomly distributed to all Heroes. (Unlock 100)
The initial number of “Tinder” distributed is increased to 9. (Unlock 200)
When an ally unit holding “Tinder” dies, damage will be dealt to the enemy units around them (layers of “Tinder” x 200% of Prometheus’ Attack). This effect will still happen even if Prometheus is dead. (Unlock 300)
The initial number of “Tinder” distributed is increased to 12. (Unlock 400)
1 “Tinder” is distributed every 5s. (Unlock 500)
Whenever an enemy unit receives a “Tinder” stack, they will immediately take damage equal to 5% of their current Health. Whenever
an ally unit receives a “Tinder” stack, they will recover 10% of their max Health. (Unlock 600)

Team build: Dangun, Loki, Cassandra, Morrigan.

Divinity Skills: Primeval Culmination, Asterial Brighten, Primeval Death Waiver, Asterial New Moon, Devoid Excitement, Asterial Annihilation, Devoid Engulf.


Early (1-15)

Mid (16-25)

Late (26+)





The children of the Titans of the first pantheon, Prometheus (meaning “forethought”) and his twin brother, Epimetheus (meaning “afterthought”) were vital characters in the story of ancient Greece. After the Gods overthrew the Titans, these brothers – who were neutral during the war – were spared an exile into Tartarus (unlike most of the Titans). Zeus especially admired Prometheus for his wisdom and bestowed him and his brother the job of creating humanity.

It was Prometheus who shaped them in the image of the Gods out of clay. He then had Athena breathe life into their lungs before he taught them survival skills and farming… He also taught them how to sacrifice, slaying an ox and building two piles from its body parts – one for the Gods. Prometheus knew his creations were hungry, so he tried to trick Zeus. In one pile, he took the thickest fat and meat and hid them under the ox’s stomach; in the other pile, he put the finest cuts on top but hid heavy bones underneath the meat. When Zeus chose his sacrificial pile, he took the one with the meat on top. But when he realized Prometheus’ deception, he took his anger out on humans for eating the majority of the meat and took away their fire, which they needed to stay warm and cook their food.

Partial to his creations, Prometheus tried to help them survive. Without any sharp claws or strong teeth, humans needed fire, but Zeus balked at relenting on his decision. So, the Titan of Fire came up with a plan. He took a dried fennel stalk and secretly put it between the wheels of the Chariot of the Sun. When the chariotreturned, it brought back the smoldering fennel. And humanity has held fire ever since… When Zeus learned of Prometheus’ actions though, his anger reached new heights. He bound Prometheus to a mountain with heavy chains and had a giant eagle eat his liver out every day. Every night, his immortal liver world would grow back, only to be eaten by the bird once again – a horrible and agonizing torment.

This continued for many years until the demigod, Hercules, saw this grisly scene and felt pity for the noble Titan. He put an arrow through the eagle’s heart and broke his chains from the mountain. Chiron, Hercules’ mentor, then sacrificed his life for Prometheus’ freedom. Since this day, Zeus surprisingly honored Chiron’s sacrifice (immortalizing him in the night sky), and Prometheus was freed.

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