Typhon invokes a Chaos Storm, increasing all allies’ Attack by 20% and Attack Speed by 20% for 8s. During the same time, the skill removes 5% of all allies’ current Health per second as True Damage. These effects cannot be dispersed.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Increases Attack by 25%.
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Increases Attack Speed by 30%.
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Increases Attack by 30%.
Typhon throws demon snakes at up to 3 random targets, each dealing damage equal to 100% of Typhon’s Attack. Depending on the snake’s color, it will also inflict a unique debuff.
Red snake: Reduces the target’s Defense by 16% for 15s.
Green snake: Reduces the target’s healing by 12% for 15s.
Blue snake: Reduces the target’s Dodge by 8% for 15s.
Each debuff effect can stack up to 3 times.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Reduces Defense by 20%.
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Reduces Healing by 15%.
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Reduces Dodge by 10%.
After an ally dies, a demon snake of a random color is spawned from where they fell. The snake inherits 100% of all Typhon’s Attributes but 75% of his max Health.
Red snake: A melee auto-attack deals 100% damage to 1 target.
Green snake: A ranged auto-attack deals 50% damage to 2 targets.
Blue snake: A melee auto-attack deals 100% damage to 1 target.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Additionally, whenever a snake’s auto-attack deals a Crit, it adds 1 layer of “Snake Flurry” debuff to the target.
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Additionally, every 3 times it attacks, the snake recovers 5% of its max Health.
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Additionally, every 3 times it attacks, the snake recovers 8% of its max Health.
At the beginning of the battle, Typhon generates a Titan Shield that lasts the entire battle. The shield can withstand damage equal to 50% of Typhon’s max Health. When the Titan Shield is destroyed, it will deal 15% of Typhon’s Max Health as True Damage to all enemies.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Additionally, increase Typhon’s Defense by 100%.
Level 3 (Lv 201):
Additionally, increase Typhon’s Defense by 125%.
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Additionally, increase Typhon’s Defense by 150%.
Let’s check Typhon skills. So Chaos Storm, this is a good buff and debuff, definitely one of the best buff that we can get. So this skill invokes a chaos storm increasing all allies attack by 20 and attack speed by 20 for eight seconds. It is good for bosses. At the same time the skill removes five percent of all allies current health per second as true damage, so this is the downside. At level 2 increase attack speed by 25, level 3 increase attack speed by 30 percent, at level 4 increase attack by 30. Now we have a tank for bosses.
Since he is also a tank you can utilize this Typhon in campaigns and in pvp without changing your lineups, so if you have Typhon as your tank, then you don’t have to worry on upgrading him. You just upgrade your four units. All you need to do is to worry on getting his copy. You can get it from the marketplace and in the Arena after it resets. Another ways on how to get Typhon is on the actual lobby of faith. Even free-to-play players can get astrological stones, crystals from the Divine chronicles. Also you can get it from the «Winter wonderland» event.
Next, the active skill is the Snake flurry, Typhon throws demon snakes at up to three random targets each dealing damage equal to 100 of Typhon’s attack. Depending on the snake collar it will also inflict a unique debuff. So red snake reduces the target’s defense by 16 percent, green snake reduced the target’s healing by 12 percent and blue snake reduced the target’s dodge by 8, each debuffs effect and stock up to 3 times. So if you multiply those by 3, then it will be a good amount of the buff, so Typhon is really needed in those bosses and campaigns.
The next skill is the Monster king passive, after an ally dies, a demon snake of random color is pulled from where they fell the snake inherits 100 of all Typhons attributes but 75 of his max health. So whenever one of your ally dies, a snake will be spawned in their place like the snake of Cleopatra, but this time it will only spawn once your ally dies.
Let’s move on to the last the Titan shield, which is one of his best shield. So this passive is one of his lifesaver. The titan shield at the beginning of the battle, Typhon generated a titan shield that lasts the entire battle. The shield can withstand damage equal to 50 percent of Typhon’s max health. When the Titan shield is destroyed, it will deal 15 percent of his max health as true damage to all enemies.
About weapon, equipment and the runes. He is already pretty tanky, so he already have the shield and we’re going to maximize that by giving him the light rune. There’s three artifacts that you can use from here. One is the Scarab badge to maximize the healing effect again or another lifesaver healing effect, or you can switch that to Shield for another layer of defense, or you can switch this to the Hammer for slowing effect of the enemy.
Move on to his divinity skills. In early game you can actually get away with using the inspiration, the aurora and the fixation are all you need.
In the earliest days of the Greek Continent, the Goddess of Earth, Gaia, and her first husband, Uranus, had a short honeymoon as a happy couple. Because of Uranus’ cruelty to their children, Gaia became filled with wrath and sought out a much-feared entity of the underworld, Tartarus, to have a secret child with him. Gaia thought this would produce a powerful ally for her. Indeed, as Gaia expected, this affair produced a powerful child… What Gaia did not expect was that this child, conceived with pure malice and hatred, would never have any goal other than death and destruction. Snakes wreathed around him at all times, hiding his vaguely handsome face. A face that only seemed to hold a permanent, menacing sneer. These mysterious serpents would be valuable helpers as their venom robs divine power away from the other Gods. He would also create his own allies (his offspring). His children would be known as the most famous monsters of history: Sphinx, Hydra, Nemean Lion, and Cerberus to name a few…
Although Gaia could not help but love her children, she always felt regret about unleashing Typhon upon her world of vibrant life. Typhon only wanted to see that world in flames, so in sadness, Gaia helped the Greeks imprison him under Mount Etna. It seemed like a good idea, but the enchanted magma of Etna only made the powerful Titan stronger…
Many years later, after Zeus had assumed power in Olympus, he betrayed Gaia. After witnessing the Titan’s power, Zeus was fearful of their potential rebellion, so he banished nearly all of them into Tartarus. Gaia was livid. She immediately assembled a force to challenge Zeus. This force was so monumental that it shook the world and weakened the seal which held the imprisoned Typhon, and this “destroyer of worlds” escaped. This happened in the middle of Gaia’s rebellion against Zeus. At a time when both sides were weakened, disordered, and incredibly vulnerable. It was at this moment that Zeus drew Typhon’s attention to himself so that everyone else could escape. The enraged Typhon pounced on Zeus and hundreds of snakes sprayed their enchanted venom on the God-King of Olympus.
Typhon then dragged Zeus, who was completely powerless, into Cilician Cave. Here he would mercilessly torture him. Meanwhile, Gaia contemplated Zeus’ sacrifice and her own guilt for Typhon. She eventually took over responsibility for the protection of the Olympians, and when Typhon sent monsters to look for them, she took the God Pan’s advice, turning the Olympians into cattle. She then disguised herself as a peasant woman driving the herd. She led them towards the Egyptian Continent and to the powerful Goddess of Life, Iset, to seek her help.