Hades summons the Death Scythe to target the enemy with the lowest Health percentage, marking the target for 3s and dealing 100% damage per second. If the marked target’s Health drops below 30% during this period, they will be killed. If this skill is used on a Boss, deal 700% of Hades’ Attack as True Damage instead.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Deals 110% damage
Level 3 (Lv 141):
If the marked target’s Health drops below 35%, kill the target
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Deals 120% damage
Hades summons a Hellhound that inherits 80% of Hades’ max Health and 100% of the rest of his attributes. Additionally, the Hellhound absorbs 45% of the damage taken by Hades.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
The Hellhound takes 50% of the damage taken by Hades upon himself
Level 3 (Lv 161):
The Hellhound takes 55% of the damage taken by Hades upon himself
Level 4 (Lv 241):
The Hellhound takes 60% of the damage taken by Hades upon himself
Hades casts a shadow shield on himself, absorbing damage equal to 200% of his Attack.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
When the shield breaks, it deals 200% damage to nearby enemies
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Absorbs damage equal to 250% of Hades’ Attack
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Additionally, Hellhound gains the shield
Tank, deals physical damage, Offensive tank
In terms of tanking Hades actually is rating seven out of ten. He can be used both in early game, mid game and late game, because he have a strong point as well in terms of killing single enemies. His ultimate actually ticks three times, so you don’t need to wait and use attack on 50% health, if you manually doing the ultimate of Hades. This is pretty good for tanky pers. Then he summon the wolf, its like an extra tank. And Hades have a shield, and his hellhound also can have it and became a meatshield. If you have a lot of copies of Hades it is viable to use hero on boss fights as well, because he’s doing percentage damage to enemies.
The underworld has always been a place that everyone is afraid of, and Hades, its king, is even more frightening. The tall and handsome God is the oldest brother of Zeus and possesses every bit the amount of power that Zeus does. It is said that the unsmiling Hades is incredibly callous. If someone steps in front of his black horse chariot, he will run them over without twitching a facial muscle. Perhaps this could be expected of someone who ruled over the dead though. His realm actually carries his name, “Hades.” In this nether world Hades organizes and allocates the dead based on their lives on Earth. He also makes sure they stay in their chosen area. Hades, the place, is also the prison for many of the Titans, including the Titan-King, Cronus; and Typhon, the God of Destruction.
However, it is worth noting that there is one exception to his emotionlessness. When he first glanced at the Goddess of Spring, Persephone, he felt all the darkness that built up from eons in the underworld, wash away. However, knowing she would never agree to come to his realm, he broke out from the underground to take her captive. Persephone was devastated and cried for her mother constantly. However, Hades genuinely loved her and tried to be responsive to her every need. He even built a magnificent garden for her near their palace. Despite this, Persephone was the Goddess of Spring, and it was too much to be locked away in the underground for months at a time like one of her seeds in the winter.
She tried many times to escape but was always blocked by the River Styx. The naive Persephone then decided to steal the sacred ferry to cross the river. The boat, which was exclusively piloted by Charon, tipped over. As soon as she was submerged, she immediately felt her immortality drain away into the fire-red liquid. Now fully understanding the fear of mortals for the first time, she fiercely thrashed to keep her head above the watery substance. As soon as her head was about to drop below though, Hades grabbed her hand in panicked desperation. He saved her, but he knew too well that his queen had lost her divinity. He loved her without parallel and began to think of drastic thoughts to save her…