Dionysus releases “Mist of Wine” in front of him to deal 100% damage to the targets within the area. After, enemies’ Accuracy also decreases by 30% for 6s.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Additionally, reduces enemy Attack by 10%
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Reduces enemy Accuracy by 40%
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Reduces enemy Attack by 15%
Dionysus targets a random frontline enemy with the debuff “Poisonous Wine,” causing 50% damage per second for 6s. If Attack from the inflicted is dodged, target will suffer damage equal to 2% of their current Health.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Additionally, reduces healing received by the target by 25%
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Deals 60% damage to the target every second
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Reduces healing received by the target by 50%
For every enemy afflicted with “Mist of Wine,” “Poisonous Wine” or “Drunken,” increase the Attack of backline allies by 4%.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Additionally, increases Dodge of frontline allies by 4%
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Increases Dodge of frontline allies by 6%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Increases Attack of backline allies by 6%
Dio is the main debuffer in this game. While his overall usage in campaign is low. He is a must have for bosses. At some point you will get stuck in campaign. You will always do bosses as part of your daily. So having a pocket Dio is very handy for progression as you will always need him for farming bosses.
Dionysus is the beloved child of the God-King, Zeus. Since he was a little child, he would explore his realm riding atop an ivy chariot pulled by two fierce, spotted panthers. The young man was full of youth and recklessness, and his attendants were equally wild. Because of this, his area of the forest is very lively, and his followers are full of laughter and merriment. Dionysus knows all the secrets of nature and has mastered the art of making wine. When he arrives in a new place, he teaches people how to grow grapes and make wine, and then he drinks, sings, and dances with everyone until they all collapse.
Dionysus, despite his carefree nature, actually had an extremely tragic childhood. Although his father is the supreme god Zeus, his mother is just a mortal. This poor woman became pregnant after she fell in love with Zeus. She had Zeus promise her that if she gave birth to their child, he would take the baby to live on Mount Olympus. Hera learned of this situation though, and jealousy ignited inside of her heart. So, she used an evil scheme to make the woman burn to death in a raging fire. All that was left after was the infant Dionysus who was rescued by Zeus.
While Dionysus matured, Hera continued to make things difficult for him on Olympus. So, Dionysus began to wander in the mortal world, and when his power grew stronger, he didn’t want to be trapped by emotions anymore. In the forest, all the loss and hatred would quickly pass away there. Only the joy of the moment existed to him. “I don’t know the sorrow of tomorrow. Why not revel in the moment?” He would often say.
But if the Ascension Realm is in chaos, who can hide in the forest and be merry? Both he, and the muse who follows him, joined the confrontation to fight for justice.