Faust triggers a bomb at his current location. During the 4s countdown, Faust takes 75% less damage and is immune to control effects. After the bomb explodes, it deals 200% damage to himself and the enemies nearby, along with extra damage equal to 30% of Faust’s max Health. All enemies hit are also stunned for 2.5s.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
If Faust suffers lethal damage,
Ultimate will be released when he dies
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Stuns enemies for 4s
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Deals 250% damage, along with extra damage equal to 35% of Faust’s max Health
At the beginning of the battle, Faust switches with the Hero directly across from him in the enemy’s formation, stunning them and increasing their damage taken by 30% for 4s.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Increases duration to 4.5s
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Increases damage taken by 40%
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Increases duration to 5s
When Faust is hit, there is a 40% chance the enemy becomes inflicted with poison for 5s, dealing damage equal to 25% of his Attack per second. During this same period, Faust recovers 4% of his max Health per second. The poison effect can stack 5 times.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Increases the chance to 45%
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Recovers 5% max Health per second
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Increases the chance to 50%
Faust throws poison vials into a random area. This poison lingers for 5s and deals damage equal to 25% of Faust’s Attack to enemies in the area. The poison effect can stack up to 5 times.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Additionally, reduces inflicted enemies’ Attack Speed by 25%
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Reduces inflicted enemies’ Attack Speed by 30%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Reduces inflicted enemies’ Attack Speed by 35%
Support, Magical DD, Suicide Bomber, Debuffer, CC, True Damager
Faust is a game changer on his release. He has pretty rare and cheaty abilities. For example, he can shuffle himself with an opposite enemy, then make a bomb, blow it up with reduced self-damage, nuke the enemies and stun them. Also he deals Poison damage. It is something we have waited for. If you combine Faust with a Lilith or make CC team using Gaia, Nagakanya and Lucifer, it will be your Arena and Campaign saver.
Weapon Skill – Oblivion Poison-Tank
If “Faustian Contract” is activated by taking lethal damage, increase damage dealt by 15% of Faust’s max Health. (Unlock 100)
It “Faustian Contract” is activated by taking lethal damage, increase damage dealt by 20% of Faust’s max Health. (Unlock 200)
The target(s) of “Faustian Contract” cannot restore Energy for 4s. (Unlock 300)
If “Faustian Contract” is activated by taking lethal damage, increase damage dealt by 25% of Faust’s max Health. (Unlock 400)
Divinity Skills: Culmination, Sprout, Vexation, Physical Resistance, Corrosion, Colossus, Panacea, Excitement.
A deal with the devil is trading temptation for your eternal future. However, the thrill of attaining something the heart has desired for so long, often makes one blind to the long-term consequences. This was the case for Faust. For more than a half of a century, this scientist had studied alchemy to help society, and it consumed his entire life. Now, in the autumn of his years, he was remorseful and bitter. Had he missed everything in life… for nothing?
Abandoning the common good, Faust dedicated himself to helping himself with his studies. He eventually refined a portion for rejuvenation. The only drawback was that the potion needed to be constantly taken to be effective. Regardless, he became young and handsome once again and married a beautiful young woman. She gave him love, joy, and a child. For a brief period, he was blissful. However, this happiness was short-lived. He soon became bored with his life and then sought out power as the King’s magistrate. His ambition caught the eyes of many jealous competitors and the end result was the death of his wife and child in an attempt to remove him.
Following his loss, Faust became immersed in infinite regret. From that moment on, all his research turned to going back in time. However, changing history is sacrosanct, and the only way to do it is to make a pact with the demon, Mephistopheles. Faust, having lost everything, signed the contract without hesitation. In return, this devil gave him the ability to go through space and time, and even some demons to serve him. Yet, the contract that Faust signed stated that if Faust were to feel any satisfaction and happiness, Mephistopheles could then take his soul. Without joy, Faust became irresistibly drawn into the Void…