Medusa’s auto-attack targets multiple enemies, dealing 200% damage to the primary target, and 100% damage to 1 secondary target(s).
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Targets 2 secondary enemies
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Deals 215% damage to the primary enemy target; 110% damage to secondary enemies
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Deals 230% damage to the primary enemy target; 120% damage to secondary enemies
Medusa releases a poisonous snake to attack the enemy with the highest Energy, dealing 150% damage and removing 30% of Energy from the target.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Deals 180% damage
Level 3 (Lv 201):
For every 10 Energy removed, increase Medusa’s damage dealt by 1% for 10s
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Removes 40% of Energy from the target
Fighter, Physical damage dealer
Once a Priestess of Athena, Medusa attracted the attention of Poseidon and broke her vows by falling in love with him. This caused a curse to give her the Snake-like form that she now holds forever.
Good Hero for the Campaign and Bosses. With an Auto attack that hits multiple people and CC ultimate that keep enemies in place, with Attack speed after ult. Medusa can easily turn a fight around. As she also drains the enemies ultimate guage as well. But without her ultimate she is suspectable to dying quite easy as her lifesteal is pretty low and she can melt from the AOE spells.
Weapon Skill – Poisonous Fangs.
Increases Attack Speed by 40% for 5s after releasing “Petrifying Glare.” (Unlock 100)
Increases Attack Speed by 70% for “Petrifying Glare.” (Unlock 200)
After using the skill, “Venomous Snake,” absorb removed Energy from the target. (Unlock 300)
Increases Attack Speed by 100% for “Petrifying Glare.” (Unlock 400)
Divinity Skills: Psyche Torment, Immortality Transcend, Psyche Prevail, Immortality Wrath, Psyche Defness, Devoid Time-lapse, Devoid Spirit Flash.
Medusa was once a priestess in the Temple of Athena. She was proud and dignified with long hair that cascaded down like a waterfall. Her delicate and poised face was heart-wrenchingly beautiful. Countless men came to try to woo the stunning woman, but none were even remotely successful. Medusa took her priestess vows incredibly seriously and did not even acknowledge her want-to-be suitors. It simply was not an option at all; she only wanted to serve Athena…
However, the young woman was cursed by fate. Her beauty had attracted even the attention of the Sea-King Poseidon. Given his position as a God, Medusa was forced to engage with him, and the immortal, regal charm of Poseidon slowly worked its magic. Almost unknowingly, she fell in love with the ruler of the sea. Unfortunately, within the sacred vow that the priestess took, was a curse. One morning, she awoke to the sound of hissing. Her hair had turned into a mess of hideous, poisonous snakes and her healthy body had become that of a snake from the waist down. It would writhe behind her from this point on. Her eyes were changed as well, turning everyone she looked upon into stone. She could no longer love anyone. Poseidon, sensing this change, never returned. Medusa was now a gorgon and there was nothing even Athena could do about it. The curse was beyond her control.
Medusa was shocked, and her heart was filled with hatred for the Gods. She returned to her homeland, an island surrounded by the river Oceanus and smoldered with anger. She was eager to fight against the Gods, and soon after, when the Void God’s call made her wish come true, she left the island and embarked on the road to Mount Olympus.