Iset chants for a revival ankh. If there isn’t one in the battlefield already, one will be generated after her spell is complete. If there is already a revival ankh, Iset will increase her Attack by 20% after the chant is completed instead (the effect is stackable). If her chanting is interrupted, 500 energy will be returned to her.
When an allied Hero is about to die, they will consume the ankh to revive themselves after 6s, recovering 36% of their Health.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Additionally, Iset is immune to control effects for the 2s while she chants.
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Increases Health recovered upon revival to 48%
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Increases the amount of Iset’s Attack boost to 25%
Iset causes all allies to gain 10% of her Attack for 8s. Every second of this time, Iset restores 20% of the Energy gained by these Heroes to herself.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Allies increase their Attack by 12.5% of Iset’s Attack
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Increases Iset’s Energy restored to 25% of allies’ amount gained
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Allies increase their Attack by 15% of Iset’s Attack
Iset removes all debuffs on 2 random ally Heroes. For 4s afterwards, targets are immune to debuffs and damage taken is reduced by 15%.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Increases duration of effects to 5s
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Reduces allies damage taken by 20% for the duration
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Increases duration of effects to 6s
At the beginning of the battle, Iset sets a clock in front of her. Every 15s, this device will cause additional damage to all enemy units equal to 12% of their own damage taken during that period. This additional damage is True Damage.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Increases True Damage dealt to 14%
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Increases True Damage dealt to 16%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Increases True Damage dealt to 18%
Her Ultimate the Revival Ritual is actually a revival skill. And not only she is reviving allies, she’s actually getting increased attack boost. Be sure to put Iset on the back line.
Her active skills is actually a good combination for an Ultimate. When Iset does her Ult, active skills can gain advantage for it. Iset is increasing her attack and can give out more attack to other allies. With her third skill she remove debuffs for allies and gives out defense. Her main damage dealing skill is passive so in beginning of the battle she cast a clock in front of her.
As a weapon skill it is a Resplendent Lotus. Since Iset is actually preety tanky and higher levels it is much better to use for equipment Excalibur Artifact and to gain energy with Dark Runes set. Best Divinity skills for Iset will be Collective Fervor, Divine Fire, Excitement, Time lapse, Vexarion, Inspiration – a lot of energy for attack with ankhs and a little bit of crowd control, modify attack and defense as well.
To be thuth Iset is unique Hero which can buff defense, produce attack, heal and revive her team.
The elegant and beautiful Goddess known as Iset is the child of the Egyptian Sun God, Ra. She was married to another of her father’s children, her brother, Osiris, and these two were the first pharaohs of ancient Egypt. They taught the people how to produce bountiful crops and make wine. Iset, herself, specialized in helping humanity to better utilize nature. For these reasons, Iset and Osiris were loved by their people.
However, there was another couple (also Ra’s children) who would cause havoc for Iset and Osiris. Their brother Set was the God of the Desert, and he was as harsh as was his native environment. He was also deeply jealous of his brother. Set’s wife, Nephthys, was the twin of Iset and was also jealous of her own sibling, as she desired Osiris. One night, Nephthys deceived Osiris and impersonated her sister at a festival. Osiris was tricked and Nephthys became pregnant with the God Anubis after that night. Set was enraged. He captured Osiris in a coffin and drowned him in the Nile River.
Learning of this, Iset was heartbroken, but as a powerful sorceress, felt that she could revive her dead husband. Yet, Set learned of her plan and separated Osiris’ body before it could be resurrected. Iset was crushed but did not give up She toiled for years, and painstakingly followed clues and evidence to recover Osiris’ entire body… She was able to find it all, except one single piece. At a dead-end for ideas, she went to the God of Wisdom who told her to form gold into the shape of the missing part.
With the body now assembled, she chanted her spell to reawaken the fallen king. It was of no use though; Osiris had been dead for too long. After a tear-filled momentary reawakening, he was again drawn back to the underworld (and became its ruler). The situation soon became worse. While Iset was resurrecting Osiris, Set had opened the Void Gate in Egypt. As the motherly Goddess for the people of Egypt, she again became impassioned to help as demons rushed in from the Void. Her only chance was to take the “heavenly boat of a million years,” the Mandjet, and the only way to do that was to learn Ra’s “true name,” as with speaking this name, she could wield his awesome power.
To do this, she collected the venom of the serpent of the underworld, Apep, and blended it with soil, which became an invisible snake. Iset then laid it on Ra’s daily path across the heavens. When it bit the Sun God, he was tortured with pain and Iset offered to help him if he surrendered his real name. In agony, he whispered his name and she received his power to save her realm with the Mandjet.