Apollo Attributes



Golden Chariot


Apollo summons his Golden Chariot to pull enemies closer to the front of him, dealing damage equal to 300% of his Attack. Additionally, he gains a shield with the value of 300% of Attack for 8s. For every enemy pulled in, the value of the shield will be increased by 100% of Attack. While this shield is present, it increases Apollo’s Attack by 15%.

Level 2 (Lv 61):

Increases the Shield’s value to 400% of Attack

Level 3 (Lv 141):

Increases the extra value of the shield to 120% of Attack for every enemy pulled toward him

Level 4 (Lv 221):

Increases Apollo’s Attack boost to 20%

Solar Syrtaki


After his auto-attack hits a target, Apollo will gain 1 stack of “Rising Sun.” Each layer of “Rising Sun” increases Apollo’s Attack Speed by 10% and Breakthrough by 5%. This effect can stack 6x and can last the entire battle. If Apollo’s auto-attack target is switched, all the stacks will be lost, but he will gain a shield with a value equal to 250% of his Attack for 8s.

Level 2 (Lv 81):

Increases the Breakthrough boost to 8%

Level 3 (Lv 161):

Increases the Shield’s value to 300% of Attack

Level 4 (Lv 241):

Increases the Attack Speed boost to 15%

Radiant Fission


Apollo’s auto-attacks have a 33% chance to deal damage equal to 150% of his Attack to all enemy units directly in front of him. Additionally, hit targets gain 1 layer of “Luminance” for 8s, stacking up to 3x. Each layer of “Luminance” reduces the target’s Accuracy by 20%.

Level 2 (Lv 101):

Increases damage dealt to 175% Attack

Level 3 (Lv 181):

Increases damage dealt to 200% Attack

Level 4 (Lv 261):

Increases “Luminance” per stack reduction of Accuracy to 25%

Passionate Movement


Apollo deals damage equal to 200% of Attack to an enemy and increases his own Defense by 100% for 8s. Additionally, each Attack of this skill stuns the target for is.

Level 2 (Lv 121):

If the target has at least 1 layer of Luminance, Apollo will hit a second time to deal damage equal to 220% of Attack

Level 3 (Lv 201):

If the target has at least 2 layers of Luminance, Apollo will hit a third time to deal damage equal to 240% of Attack to target and nearby enemies and will knock them into the air for 1.5s

Level 4 (Lv 281):

If the target has at least 3 layers of Luminance, Apollo will hit a fourth time to deal damage equal to 260% of Attack to target and nearby enemies






Fighter, Physical DD, Buffer, Debuffer


As the driver of the Chariot of the Sun across the sky, it is perhaps not surprising that his alias is Phoebus, literally meaning “bright.” However, this brightness extends to every action he takes, whether it be as the leader of the Muses and Oracles, or as the esteemed God of healing.

Weapon – Solar Bracers.
When Apollo has 6 stacks of “Rising Sun,” restore 3% of his max Health per second. (Unlock 100)
When stacks “Rising Sun” reach the required amount, increases the restoration to 4.5% of max Health per second. (Unlock 200)
When stacks “Rising Sun” reach the required amount, increases the restoration to 6% of
max Health per second. (Unlock 300)
Whenever the target of “Solar Syrtaki” is switched, Apollo is immune to Control for 10s. (Unlock 400)

Divinity skills: Fanaticism, Time-Lapse, Asterial Brighten.


Early (1-15)

Mid (16-25)

Late (26+)





Skin Attributes

NameTeal Warrior
BonusATK +2%
Cost x 50


The golden child, Apollo, is also known as Phoebus, which literally means ‘bright.’ This ‘brightness’ is displayed by him in many different ways: when he inspires the oracles of Delphi to see the future; when he drives his Chariot of the Sun across the sky; or even when he inspires the artists/practitioners in music or medicine. If all these reasons were not enough to endear this God to the Greeks, Apollo was also extremely handsome and for a group of people who considered themselves categorically as “lovers of beauty,” it is safe to say that they held Apollo in a very high esteem.

Despite having the God-King, Zeus, and Leto, the Titaness of Motherhood, as his powerful parents, Apollo had a tumultuous childhood. He was, along with his mother and his twin sister (Artemis), the target of vengeance of the Queen of Olympus, Hera. Angered by Zeus’ infidelity, Hera first made it so that Leto could not stay on solid ground to have her children. Everywhere the Titan went, there were violent earthquakes, preventing Leto from giving birth. In desperation, Leto went to the ocean and happened upon the island of Delos. At this time, the island was unmoored from the bottom of the ocean, and its weight made it so it was relatively stable on the waves. Here, she was able to give birth to Artemis and Apollo.

Hera was deterred but did not give up. She immediately sent a massive, poisonous serpent to hunt the young family. Therefore, the family lived on the road, never staying in one place for too long and often in the countryside. Artemis grew to love her forest home and trusted her bow to protect her. Yet, Apollo was more resentful and sought revenge on the serpent. He eventually found it at the peak of Mount Parnassus inside a cave. Inside, poison dripped and a noxious gas pervaded throughout the air. Immediately, Python felt the minute movements through the ground of Apollo’s steps… The serpent waited in ambush. Apollo, having grown up in the forest, was wise to such predatory tactics. He drew his bow and deftly fired an arrow into the cave. It was a direct hit, but the creature’s scales were too thick… and his arrow bounced off harmlessly. The coiled creature then shot forward, so Apollo exuded a brilliant light to blind the serpent before he swung his sword to behead Python. He then buried it near a temple, which would eventually become the location of his oracles.

Beyond being a capable warrior, Apollo was also proficient with a variety of musical instruments, especially the lyre. Long ago, Jason and his Argonauts were on a vital mission and were pulled into an island by a siren’s dulcet tones. Entranced by the sounds, the Heroes were running their ship toward a reef, but Apollo plucked his lyre to save them, reining in everyone’s consciousness in an instant. Partly because of this, the Greeks considered the lyre an instrument of the Gods, which signifies self-control against temptations and a pure heart.

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