Artemis fires a volley of arrows at her target and nearby enemies, dealing 9x 36% damage.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
After enemy is hit, they gain a “weak point,” increasing their vulnerability to a Crit by 10%
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Increases damage to 40%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Increases damage to 44%
Pros and Cons
- Amazing Damage (Proabably the the highest damage dealer in the game).
- Has 1 CC for knock back, if you have enough damage, you could kill a squishy after the CC.
- Has a great Divinitys to work with such as Spotlight, which allows your attacks to not be dodged. She also has Death Waiver which allows her to tank lethal damage for 2 seconds.
- Super squishy, she can die in a few hits.
- She needs spot light to really help her damage as always hitting is a must, you don’t get this till later.
Queen of DPS. When left alone her damage is the highest. With the max % damage on her weapon skill when you crit. She hits like a truck on Boss (it is capped to 3 times her attack). But that just means everytime she crits, she does x3 damage. She does suffer from the fact that she dies easier, which makes it harder for her to live in Campaign. But if you build a team to protect her, she will pave the way to victory for you.
Artemis, the twin sister of the God Apollo, is the Goddess of Hunting. This role is perfectly aligned with her nature as she is wild and fierce. Hence, she loves the environment that best mirrors her: the untamed forest. Also, as the result of this strong character, she has rejected marriage and love as too constrictive.
In her avoidance of men, she is somewhat similar to her sister Athena. Yet, despite this one similarity, Artemis is passionate and unpredictable (in contrast to Athena’s poised, rational nature). The Goddess of Hunting is also prone to rageful outbursts and is more independently-minded and bold than is Athena.
Artemis was not afraid to make steep requests of her father though, and Zeus always showered her with whatever she desired. When Artemis was very young, she asked her father for a bow like her brother and 20 golden arrows. She also requested nearly 100 nymphs for attendants to take care of her every need, as well as dominion over all the mountains of the Greek countryside. Finally, she asked for one patron city. Not only did Zeus grant all these requests, but he gave her over 30 cities on the land and different islands throughout the Peloponnesian Sea. Artemis, since this day, has hunted and roamed these places to her heart’s delight.