Oberon Attributes





Oberon throws his blades at the furthest enemy in the field and disappears. As the twin blades are travelling, they deal 250% damage to all enemies in their way. When the blades reach their destination, they pause for 1.5s and then deal 100% damage every 0.5s to nearby enemies. After, Oberon appears again and catches the blades, dealing 250% damage to nearby enemies.

Level 2 (Lv 61):

The blades deal 300% damage to enemies in their way

Level 3 (Lv 141):

The blades deal 120% damage to enemies near the destination

Level 4 (Lv 221):

When Oberon appears and catches the blades, deal 300% damage to nearby enemies

Swirling Blades


Oberon slashes with his twin blades to deal 4x 60% damage to the target and increases his Dodge by 35% for 3s.

Level 2 (Lv 81):

Deals 65% damage

Level 3 (Lv 161):

Deals 70% damage

Level 4 (Lv 241):

Deals 75% damage

Storm of Blades


Oberon spins his blades, blocking all damage and debuffs for 3s. For every successfully blocked hit during this time, he also restores 25 Energy. He then releases a wave of energy in front of himself, dealing 120% damage to targets within range.

Level 2 (Lv 101):

Deals additional damage equal to the number of blocked attacks during the skill x 40% (to a maximum of 200%)

Level 3 (Lv 181):

Deals 135% damage

Level 4 (Lv 261):

Deals 150% damage

Twin Blades


When Oberon uses auto-attacks, he switches blades to inflict different effects.
The left blade removes 20 Energy from the target; the right blade deals 1.5% of target’s max Health as True Damage. When Oberon uses any skill, both blades’ effects will be added.

Level 2 (Lv 121):

The right blade removes 1.8% of target’s max Health as True Damage

Level 3 (Lv 201):

The left blade removes 25 Energy from the target

Level 4 (Lv 281):

The right blade deals 2.1% of target’s max Health as True Damage




Fighter, physical DD, Brusier, carry, offensive tank


Oberon acts as a carry. His fighting style features constant damage, active dodging, and recharging from repeated attacks. Also, this hero can be an offensive tank, since he is able to put a block, but when he take hits on him, he loses his health rapidly. Oberon’s skills are mostly active, they allow him to attack and dodge, as well as block the negative influence and attacks of enemies. A passive attack upgrades the character’s weapon, allowing him to drain strength and health from enemies. And the ultimate deals both point damage and affects the environment (AoE).

Weapon Skill – Myrwood Twin blades
Increases Attack Speed by 20% for 3s after using an active skill. (Unlock 100)
Increases Attack Speed by 30%. (Unlock 200)
Increases Attack Speed by 40%. (Unlock 300)
Increases Dodge by 75% for 8s after releasing “Homecoming.” (Unlock 400)

Weapon skill deals with an increase of action speed and evasion from enemy attacks. The main direction of the weapon’s action is the effectiveness and speed of inflicting damage. You can use sets of artifacts and runes, typical for both the tank and the fighter.

Divinity Skills: Asterial Gemini, Immortality Transcend, Asterial Full Moon, Immortality Resonance, Immortality Savvy, Asterial Spotlight.


Early (1-15)

Mid (16-25)

Late (26+)





Skin Attributes

NameNutcracker Suit 
BonusHP +2%, ASPD +2%
Cost x 100

Skin Attributes

NameAlpine Hunter
BonusATK +2%
Cost x 50


The elves have always lived in the deepest part of the forest and are intelligent and beautiful creatures who live in harmony with nature. Here, they have even learned to invoke magic through nature’s forces. Although most of the elves are short, the Elf-King Oberon has a body taller than most humans. He has an athletic build and handsome face, with long, silvery hair cascading behind him. As the ruler and the protector of the elf forest kingdom, he also wears an enchanted crown that helps highlight his noble temperament.

This noble king also has his own desires though, and they sometimes get him into trouble. His wife, Titania, especially dislikes his tendency to play tricks and pranks. One time, he was arguing with her about whether love could overpower magic. The two fought and argued over the subject until he sought to show her personally. He had his servant drip magical, flower juice into her eyes. This juice would have her fall in love with anyone she next laid eyes on. When she awoke, she immediately saw a donkey and fell hopelessly in love with it. She followed the animal everywhere around the forest.

At first, Oberon was delighted with the hilarity of the situation, but soon he began to regret his actions. After he released the magic effect, she still stayed with the donkey. This proved him correct, but she slowly started to piece together the situation. Oberon began to feel very worried. When she became fully aware, he apologized obsessively and admitted to what he did.

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