Morrigan

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Morrigan Attributes

Faction
Rarity
Type

Ability

Death Declaration

Ultimate

Morrigan announces a battle culling and blocks all Health Bestowal and Health Reclamation for all enemy units for 5s.

Level 2 (Lv 61):

Increases the duration to 6s

Level 3 (Lv 141):

Additionally, targets are prevented from recovering Health from Lifesteal for this duration

Level 4 (Lv 221):

Increases the duration to 7s

Triple Death

Active

Morrigan summons 3 eyeballs, after 2s, these eyes will project 3 deadly beams in front of them. Each beam deals damage equal to 150% of her Attack and inflicts one of the following effects on hit targets: silences them for 3s; imprisons them for 3s; or terrorizes them for 3s.
[Silence]: Target cannot use active skills
[Imprison]: Target cannot move nor use Auto-Attacks
[Terrorize]: Target cannot release their Ultimate

Level 2 (Lv 81):

Increases the damage dealt to 165% of Attack

Level 3 (Lv 161):

Increases the duration of each of the 3 debuff states to 5s

Level 4 (Lv 241):

Increases the damage dealt to 180% of Attack

Meet Fate

Active

At the beginning of the battle, Morrigan marks a random Fighter or Mage backline ally. When this Hero receives fatal damage, they will instead be held in a near-death state for 8s. For these 8s, the Hero cannot be targeted but dies after the time expires. This effect cannot be dispersed and can only be triggered once every battle.

Level 2 (Lv 101):

Additionally, increase the marked target’s Attack by 10% for the duration of the near-death state.

Level 3 (Lv 181):

Increases the marked target’s Attack boost to 20% for the duration of the near-death state.

Level 4 (Lv 261):

Increases the marked target’s Attack boost to 30% for the duration of the near-death state.

Circle of Doom

Passive

Whenever Morrigan’s current Health drops below 50%, she immediately transforms into a raven and flies above the battlefield for 4s. When this happens, she removes all debuffs on herself and recovers 25% of her max Health. Additionally, for the duration, she will heal all ally units with 60% of heart Attack every second. This effect cannot be triggered again for another 20s.

Level 2 (Lv 121):

Increases the healing of allies to 70 of Attack per second

Level 3 (Lv 201):

Morrigan gains 120 Energy after transforming into a raven

Level 4 (Lv 281):

Reduces the interval to 16s before the effect can be triggered again

Runes

  

Artifacts

 

Specialities

Support, Magical DD, Debuffer, CC

Notes

A shapeshifting Morrigan loves to sow discord. In fact, it would be difficult to find a better definition of a troublemaker… She foments a war in the same way a conductor instructs an orchestra, and indeed she prefers the din of war to any musical masterpiece.

This Hero is a good support. She buffs her team, heal and revive a team and debuffs enemies.

Weapon – Candle of Destiny.
If the target of “Meet Fate” kills an opponent during their near-death state, they will not die after the duration expires. Instead, they will be revived with 40% of their max Health. (Unlock 100)
Increases the “Meet Fate” near-death revival to 70% of max Health. (Unlock 200)
Increases the “Meet Fate” near-death revival to 100% of max Health. (Unlock 300)
If “Death Declaration” is in effect, the first enemy Hero killed will increase the Attack of all ally units by 15% for 5s. (Unlock 400)

Divinity skills: Psyche Prevail, Immortality Symbiosis, Primeval Inspiration.

Scores

Early (1-15)

Mid (16-25)

Late (26+)

Boss

PvP

Overall

Skins

Skin Attributes

NameCrimson Cloak
BonusDEF +2%
Cost x 50

Bio

“The ravens that circle the battlefield are the incarnations of Morrigan, and their hoarse cry is the mourning call of those who have died.”

Morrigan is the Goddess of War, Prophecy, and Death in the Tuatha De pantheon. During a war, she arrives either as one of the ravens or wearing her red cloak. When there, she will sit upon a stump or stone to watch the conflict gleefully. She loves the raw passion of the battlefield and often takes the form of raven to watch from the sky. Her raven form is one of many potential forms she can take, which was made obvious in her encounter with Cu Chulainn.

It all began when Cu Chulainn stopped an invading army on a bridge, invoking the privilege of challenging each one to single combat. He held the bridge for many days, and Morrigan fawned over his bravery and skill. She approached him and tried to take what she wanted… Surprisingly though, Cu Chulainn was singularly focused on his goal and spurned her advances. She felt insulted and immediately began to plot her revenge. The next day at the bridge, he was fighting in the water, and she turned herself into a giant eel to bite him. Cu Chulainn reacted decisively and stabbed the creature in its side with his spear. She then turned herself into a giant wolf and chased an entire herd of cattle towards the champion. Cu Chulainn was wise to what was happening and took his slingshot and hit the giant wolf in the eye, blinding it. When this happened, Morrigan then immediately turned herself into a cow at the front of the stampede to run him over. He managed to avoid her charge, and hit her leg with a stone, breaking it.

After these rebuffs, Morrigan changed her approach. She appeared as an old woman and asked for Cu Chulainn’s blessing. He, distracted by many other issues, blessed the old woman with a bad eye and broken leg, healing her injuries. He then saw another old woman cleaning bloodied armor, a horrible omen. Knowing well the foreboding of this sign, Cu Chulainn swallowed hard but once again headed to battle. However, early in the day he was mortally injured by a thrown spear. With the last of his strength, he tied himself to a boulder to stay upright. When he did, a raven landed on his shoulder… This raven seemed different to everyone, and the troops knew it was Morrigan protecting her quarry. Now understanding everything, Cu Chulainn died with a knowing smirk on his face. Morrigan was both happy and sad; she had her revenge but still loved the brave mortal.

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