Athena beckons Holy Light to generate shields for all allies which can absorb damage equal to 300% of Athena’s Attack for 8s.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Allies recover Health while the shield is active (recover 1.5% of the target’s max Health every second)
Level 3 (Lv 141):
The shield absorbs damage equal to 350% of Athena’s Attack
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Recover 2% of allies’ max Health every second
Athena throws the Spear of Victory, dealing 200% damage to all enemies directly in front of her.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
For every target hit, Athena recovers 10% of her max Health
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Deals 250% damage
Level 4 (Lv 241):
For every target hit, Athena recovers 12% of her max Health
Aegis blocks all damage to Athena for 2s, reducing it to 1. During this time, increase Athena’s Hit Energy Restoration by 50%. This effect can only be used once every 8s.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Blocks damage for 2.25s
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Hit Energy Recovery increases by 75%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Blocks damage for 2.5s
Athena is like the best friend you want when you enter a fight. She keeps soaks up all the damage and with dodge on the weapon. She can tank more then somes unit can, based on RNG, since she has dodge in the weapon. When you get her ult off this usually bides enough time for your healer to keep everyone alive.
The Goddess of war strategy, Athena, has always been the “perfect daughter” of Zeus. And indeed, it seems that all the positive words in the world can be used to describe her: beautiful, brave, and wise just to name a few. She, unlike her philandering father, has taken a vow of celibacy, promising never to marry or fall in love. This vow allows her clever mind to be unified on any purpose she chooses. And usually, her choice of purpose is to help her allies gain the strategic advantage in battle.
Athena was almost universally adored by the Greeks. She came into the world very mysteriously though. Her mother was the ocean titaness Metis who was the first lover of Zeus and the most beloved daughter of Oceanus, the sea Titan. When Metis was pregnant with Athena, Zeus was embroiled in war with the Titans, and Metis’ clever strategies helped Zeus succeed. However, Cronus was unwilling to go quietly, and cursed the baby inside of Metis’ womb, stating: “Metis’ child, born of this world, will overthrow Zeus’ rule, and all of Greece will be thrown into flames.” Looking worriedly at his lover, Zeus was heartbroken knowing the fate of not only himself but all of Greece… Yet, noble Metis sacrificed herself to be sealed inside of Zeus’ body. She had an interesting plan. One day, Zeus had an unrelenting headache, and it was so bad that he begged for his son Hephaestus, the God of Blacksmiths, to swing an axe onto his forehead. From this wound though, Athena sprang out, already wearing armor and carrying a sharpened spear.
Because Athena was born inside of Zeus, and not “of this world,” the curse could not be enacted. Metis had saved the realm, and because of her sacrifice, Zeus especially loved this daughter. However, Athena has always been full of doubts about her own origins, and Zeus has never explained the whole story to her.