Chiron

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Chiron Attributes

Faction
Rarity
Type

Ability

Soul of Sagittarius

Ultimate

Chiron does not deal Crits. Instead, every 1% of his Crit Chance is converted into 2% of additional max Health. When releasing this Ultimate, Chiron retreats to his team’s backline and summons the Soul of Sagittarius phantom on one of his backline flanks for 12s. This phantom only performs auto-attacks and cannot be targeted. If Chiron takes fatal damage while the Soul of Sagittarius is on the battlefield, the phantom will be sacrificed and Chiron will teleport to its location, restoring 40% of his Health.

Level 2 (Lv 61):

Increases Health recovered to 50%

Level 3 (Lv 141):

Increases the duration to 15s

Level 4 (Lv 221):

Increases Health recovered to 60%

Love and Peace

Active

At the beginning of the battle, Chiron fires 2 arrows into the air. After 15s each of these arrows returns to remove any shields on the targets and deal 450% of Chiron’s Attack as True Damage.

Level 2 (Lv 81):

Additionally, each arrow stuns the target for 3s

Level 3 (Lv 161):

Increases the number of arrows to 3

Level 4 (Lv 241):

Increases the True Damage to 500% of Chiron’s Attack

Strength and Beauty

Active

Chiron violently stomps the ground, dealing damage equal to 250% of his Attack, inflicting a large knockback, and stunning all nearby enemies for 2s. If no enemies are hit, increase Chiron’s Attack Speed by 40% and gain immunity to control effects for 7s.

Level 2 (Lv 101):

Additionally, remove all debuffs when this skill is triggered

Level 3 (Lv 181):

Increases the damage dealt to 300%

Level 4 (Lv 261):

Increases the Attack Speed boost to 50%

Courage and Wisdom

Passive

The interval between Chiron’s auto-attacks is longer, but each one deals 250% damage. Additionally, after the first auto-attack there is a 50% chance to immediately auto-attack again. The second auto-attack also adds 10% of Chiron’s max Health as True Damage and “Imprisons” the target for 2s. Soul of Sagittarius fully inherits this skill, but the second auto-attack adds 10% of target’s max Health as True Damage (Imprison: units cannot move nor use Auto-Attacks).

Level 2 (Lv 121):

Increases extra True Damage to 12% of Chiron’s max Health

Level 3 (Lv 201):

Increases the True Damage dealt by Soul of Sagittarius’ second auto-attack to 12% of target’s max Health

Level 4 (Lv 281):

Increases “Imprison” duration to 3s

Runes

Artifacts

 

Specialities

Fighter, Deals physical damage

Notes

Chiron is a physical damage dealer. He is doing the best on Bosses, deals tons of damage.

Weapon – Golden Bow.
When there are no enemies near Chiron, the possibility of triggering “Courage and Wisdom” is boosted by 10%. (Unlock 100)
When there are no enemies near Chiron, the possibility of triggering “Courage and Wisdom” is boosted by 20%. (Unlock 200)
Chiron converts every 1% of additional Crit. Damage (above base amount) into a 2% increase in max Health. (Unlock 300)
When there are no enemies near Chiron, the possibility of triggering “Courage and Wisdom” is boosted by 30%. (Unlock 400)

Divinity skills: Psyche Energy Bubble, Devoid Obsession, Psyche Formational Trance, Asterial Annihilation, Devoid Time Lapse, Psyche Phantasmal, Devoid Chaotic Power.

Scores

Early (1-15)

Mid (16-25)

Late (26+)

Boss

PvP

Overall

Skins

Skin Attributes

NameNocturnal Scout
BonusHP +2%
Cost x 50

Bio

Centaurs are notorious for their raucous and crude behavior… However, Chiron, who lived atop mount Pelion, was completely the opposite. He is the veritable model of civility. You see, distinct from the larger lineage of Centaurs, Chiron was the son of Cronus, the Titan-King of ancient Greece. However, his mother was not Rhea like the Gods of the Pantheon… His mother was the ocean-nymph, Philyra, but she was, unfortunately, not much of a mother to him. When Chiron was born, she saw this rather unique child and was horrified… Enough so that she immediately abandoned him. Luckily for Chiron though, the God Apollo felt pity on the young centaur and took him in…

In fact, Apollo treated Chiron almost like his own child. Apollo taught him about music, poetry, painting, astrology, and philosophy, and even had his twin sister, Artemis, teach him archery. With his firm, four-legged grounding, Chiron excelled with the bow and soon rivaled his teacher in accuracy and strength… In the eons of time since those days, Chiron continued to learn and distill all of his knowledge to become one of the greatest teachers in history. Theseus, Ajax, Achilles, Jason, Asclepius, and Hercules were just a few of his acclaimed students.

Amongst all of those renowned names, none is better-known than Hercules… For the son of Zeus, Chiron taught him archery and hand-to-hand combat, making him a juggernaut of refined skills. During his famed 12 Trials, Hercules returned to visit his former instructor. Chiron welcomed him into his home with fine wine and food. Unfortunately, the other centaurs smelled the fragrant meat and wine, and driven mad with desire, they began to break into the home. Hercules fought off these invaders, but an errant arrow hit Chiron. As an immortal, this incident would typically only be an annoyance for the centaur. However, Hercules had recently slayed the monster Hydra, and the arrow’s tip still had the poisonous blood of the monster on it. Although Chiron knew much about healing, there was no cure to this infliction. From this moment on, Chiron was deeply tortured with pain…

Much later, when Prometheus stole fire from the Gods, he was punished by Zeus for giving humanity such a powerful weapon. Prometheus was chained to a mountain to be tortured for eternity. Although Chiron had immortal life, he was also tormented by the hydra’s venom… He decided to sacrifice himself to save Prometheus. He exchanged his immortality to free the Titan (while Hercules put an arrow through the heart of the giant eagle that tortured Prometheus). Surprisingly, Zeus was moved by his half-brother’s selflessness and raised Chiron’s soul to be freed from pain as the constellation, Centaurus, or as it is better known, Sagittarius.

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