Izanami releases half of her Wandering Ghosts for 10s, dealing damage equal to 60% of Attack + [number of ghost released] x 5% of her Attack per second. At the end of the skill, she recovers Health equal to 50% of the total damage dealt. Additionally, all Ghosts will return to Izanami.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Additionally, gain 50% Lifesteal
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Deals damage equal to 65% damage + [number of ghosts released] x 5% of her Attack per second
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Deals damage equal to 70% damage + [number of ghosts released] x 5% of her Attack per second
Izanami summons Wandering Ghosts to deal 200% damage to enemies directly in front of her.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
For every target hit, Izanami has 50% chance to collect 1 Wandering Ghost(s)
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Deals 250% damage
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Izanami has 100% chance to collect Wandering Ghosts
Izanami marks a new enemy, dealing 80% damage every 0.5s for 1.5s to all marked enemies and recovering Health equal to 100% of the total damage dealt.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
At the start of the skill, collect 1 Wandering Ghost from every marked enemy
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Deals 90% damage
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Deals 100% damage
Izanami’s spirit forms a protective aura around her, reducing her damage taken by 10%. Additionally, each Wandering Ghost around her further reduces her damage taken by 4%. Izanami can attain a maximum of 5 Ghosts.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Can obtain a maximum of 8 Wandering Ghosts
Level 3 (Lv 201):
At the beginning of the battle, Izanami obtains 5 Wandering Ghosts.
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Can obtain a maximum of 10 Wandering Ghosts
Her ult allows her to self sustain, making her a great unit to clutch it out for you in the campaign. She does need to stack her ghost and her weapon allows her to do more damage when less units are on the field. This means she does better when you survive the start.
Izanami and Izanagi are brother and sister and husband and wife. Izanami is fair, petite, and cute; while Izanagi is strong and rugged. These two were ordered by the original Gods to create land on the primeval sea. They did, along with fourteen other islands, and gave life to thirty-three Gods. When Izanami gave birth to the God of Fire though, she was killed and swept away to Yomi, the underworld.
She had no idea what to do at first. Her ever-youthful body began to degrade, and she was scared to see the light of the sun again. If she was in the light, all would see her decomposed form. So, she simply waited. She even ate the food of the underworld. This meant that she could not leave, but the food would eventually regenerate her body.
It was shortly after though that she was surprised by her husband. Izanagi had sought her out and found her in the underworld! Izanami felt the excitement of potentially going home. She told him that they would have to talk to the ruler of Yomi to try to leave. She implored though, “Promise me you will not look upon me until we arrive!” Izanagi reluctantly agreed, and they set off together. Eventually though, her husband grew impatient and lit a torch to see his beautiful wife. When he saw her decomposed, he was shocked and terrified. He ran in the opposite direction; she pursued him. She was furious and wanted him dead too. then he would understand. He escaped out of the entryway and blocked Izanami from exiting by rolling a boulder over the hole. That was the last time the two saw each other. From the other side of the boulder, she promised to kill 1000 people per day in vengeance; Izanagi responded saying he would give life to 1500 people then. The balance of life was struck.