Persephone makes the field of Nether Flowers bloom, dealing 250% damage to enemies within the area, and increasing the stacks of Nether Flowers by 1.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Increasing the stacks of Nether Flowers by 2
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Deals 275% damage
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Deals 300% damage
At the beginning of the battle, Persephone applies 1 stack of Nether Flowers to the opponents’ side. If the enemy auto-attacks, they will have a 75% chance to take damage equal to 60% of Persephone’s Attack, and their healing received is reduced by 50%. “Nether Flowers” changes as it is stacked. At 2 stacks, damage increases to 80%. At 3 stacks, the triggering chance of an auto- attack is increased to 100%.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
At 4 stacks of Nether Flowers: deals 35% more damage to enemies with Health less than 50%.
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Nether Flowers start at 2 stacks
Level 4 (Lv 241):
At 5 stacks of Nether Flowers: deals 100% damage
Persephone summons Nether butterflies, dealing 200% damage to the enemy with the most buffs, and dispersing all buffs.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Additionally, enemy target cannot receive any buff for 5s
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Whenever a buffis dispersed, it deals 50% damage
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Cannot receive any buff for 10s
Reduces physical damage taken by Persephone and allies by 25%.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Every stack of Nether Flowers increases all allies’ Dodge by 3%
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Reduces physical damage taken by 30%
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Every stack of Nether Flowers increases all allies’ Dodge by 4%
Damage dealer and Utility
Persephone is like the unit you can’t leave alone. If left unchecked she will destory your team with % current hp aoe damage, that comes from the weapon. Healing reduction is very good when you run into a level where you can’t kill the units due to the many heals they might. Her final skill also gives dodge to her teamates which is an amazing buff as this might the difference between clearing a level or not. She has great utility and very good damage.
Persephone is the daughter of the God-King, Zeus and the Goddess of the harvest, Demeter. In her early life, Persephone grew up happily under the care of her mother. In the spring, she would lay on the grass. Her young heart was full of vitality as the soft breeze wafted the fragrance of spring flowers over her. In summer, she admired the lotus flowers in the quiet ponds and listened quietly to the singing of insects. In autumn, she ran in the golden fields and felt the joy brought about by the harvest. In this way, Persephone grew up tranquilly, and became a passionate, beautiful, and graceful Goddess. If not for the unexpected, she would have continued to live like this…
However, because of one beautiful flower, everything changed. One fateful day, Persephone and her female companions went out to pick flowers together as usual. The innocent Persephone was attracted by a delicate daffodil and left her friends. When she was about to pick it, the Earth burst open suddenly, and four black horses roared from the huge crack with Hades in his chariot. The cold Hades kidnapped this vivid beauty and returned to his lair. In the embrace of mighty Hades, all Persephone’s struggles were futile.
In this way, Persephone was forced to become the Queen of Hades and initially was depressed all day long. Yet, Hades was responsive to her, and eventually she tried to make the best of a bad situation. Hades even built a garden for her and agreed that she could live with her mother for a period each year. Living in the underworld influences everyone though; eventually, she became cold and sullen. Her “garden” was without sunlight and therefore her underworld “plants” were merely poisonous and carnivorous creatures in disguise.