Zeus draws in lightning energy to cast lightning bolts from the sky, dealing 360% damage to all enemies.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Deals 400% damage to all enemies
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Generates an additional lightning bolt to strike 1 random target
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Increases overall damage by 100% to summons/minions
Zeus creates a Voltic Shield for the ally Hero with the lowest Health. The shield absorbs damage equal to 110% of Zeus’ Attack and lasts for 5s. If the shield is destroyed, it deals 100% damage to all nearby enemies.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Absorbs damage equal to 130% of Zeus’ Attack
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Deals 130% damage when destroyed
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Absorbs damage equal to 150% of Zeus’ Attack
When Zeus hits an enemy with any skill, deal additional lightning damage equal to 5% of the enemy’s current Health. This damage is treated as True Damage.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Deals damage equal to 6% of the enemy’s current Health
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Deals damage equal to 7% of the enemy’s current Health
Level 4 (Lv 281):
If target’s Health is >90%, damage dealt is doubled
Damage dealer, with some CC support
Zeus final skill comes with a % current hp damage when he uses any skills. If you run CDR runes and artifact, Zeus can spam his damage quite often which makes his damage very noticeable in high target enemies.
Zeus, the supreme king of the Greek Gods, possesses eternal wisdom, an imposing physique, and powerful magic. using lightning and fire to maintain order in the world. He and his brothers (Poseidon and Hades) collectively rule everything from the heavens to the underworld. Yet, they were not born with this right. Their father, the Titan-King Cronus, used to rule the Greek continent. One day though, he was given a prophecy that his children would take his throne. To prevent this from happening, Cronus swallowed his immortal children in order to isolate them in his stomach. Zeus was the youngest child, and Cronus’ wife could not bear to see another one of her children consumed. So, in desperation, she hid Zeus and fed Cronus a stone wrapped in Zeus’ bed sheets instead. Much later – once Zeus had grown up – he then rescued his five elder brothers and sisters from his father’s stomach. They then, together, defeated their father (and the rest of the Titans), seizing the throne of Olympus, and making Cronus’ feared prophecy come true!
Although Zeus can effectively rule the Greek world, he is a slave to his own passions. Even though he is married to the beautiful Hera, he often cheats. This enrages his wife, and she often takes revenge against the objects of Zeus’ lust and their children. Despite his cheating though, Zeus genuinely cares for Hera, and he often uses his shapeshifting to win her back. On one occasion, he turned himself into a fragile, little bird and beckoned a thunderstorm. Hera saw the seemingly cruel storm hurting the small bird, and she nursed it back to health. In this warm state, Zeus flashed back into his true form and begged for forgiveness. She begrudgingly agreed to forgive him… as she always does.
Zeus will never be mistaken for a saint, but he is indeed a competent and fair king. Under his rule, the Greek continent achieved incredible prosperity and wisdom. It was only recently that the region was invaded by masses of demons that threatened his just rule. Clever Zeus had a hunch that an ancient dark force was about to rise again…
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