Nagakanya prays for rain for 7s. During this time, recover Health to all allies equal to 4% of their max Health every second.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Increases duration to 9s
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Additionally, Nagakanya Defense is increased by 100% for the skill duration
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Recovers Health to all allies equal to 5% of their max Health.
Nagakanya summons a bubble shield that absorbs 180% of her Attack to the ally Hero with lowest Health, lasting for 5s. When the time expires or the shield breaks, that ally Hero and all nearby allies recover Health equal to 120% of her Attack.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Absorbs 190% damage
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Recovers Health equal to 140% of her Attack
Level 4 (Lv 241):
Absorbs 200% damage
Increase Nagakanya’s healing abilities by 15%.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Increases healing ability by 20%
Level 3 (Lv 201):
When Nagakanya over-heals, convert the excess Health into a shield for the target
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Increases healing ability by 25% to allies with Health less than 20%
Great healer, Idun might be better early with the energy regen. Naga scales really well into late game. As she has overhealing and shield, this really helps not getting one shoted by the enemies. Healing is ineffective when you are dead.
The Dragon Princess Nagakanya was the daughter of the Dragon King of the Eastern Sea. The princess grew up to be a clever and gifted, young lady that everyone wanted to impress. Because of this, Nagakanya was slightly arrogant and disobedient. She would go around the communities of the region playing pranks on soldiers and taking her servants throughout her domain. If anyone offended her in any way, she would respond with fury and scorn. She would even force her attendants and friends to shun the one who angered her, even if their offense was slight.
However, during the period of the Great Floods, everything for everyone on the Huaxia continent changed. It all began with the cruelty of her father. Her father was an ill-tempered dragon, and he loved to have his soldiers plundering and pillaging the coastal towns to collect treasures and slaves for his own palace. After years of living in fear, humanity began to fight back though, which led to an escalation of tactics. The Dragon King’s soldiers began wiping out these villages to make an example of them. The survivors began to pray for divine help, and Nuwa heard their prayers. The elder Goddess eventually killed the ocean Dragon King with Pangu’s axe.
Nagakanya was furious and personally led an army of Oceanids and Nereids against Nuwa. Nuwa, being an elder God, easily defeated the young dragoness. Nuwa did not expel Nagakanya though, as she saw her potential. First, she took Nagakanya around and showed her the devastation caused by her father. Nagakanya, after seeing the horror first-hand, relented her anger and her thoughts of revenge against Nuwa subsided. Nagakanya even stayed on these lands afterwards and her life took on a new purpose. She used her water spells to bring rains to the farmers and herders throughout the landscape of Huaxia. Like Nuwa, she took humanity’s cause as her own and helped them live a better life. For this, the people showed great reverence for Nagakanya, and she
accepted the gratitude with a warm heart.