No Man’s Land
★✰✰✰✰ Bane Wraith
★✰✰✰✰ Roaring Tulpa
Restlessness (Trait → Ascension)
+1 bonus turn per round per (150 → 100) Speed. +10 Speed upon casting any ability (max: 100 bonus Speed).
Cunning Stab (Basic)
Deals 50% damage to an enemy. This attack has a 50% chance to ignore 50% of the target Defense and grants 10 Speed.
Level 2: Damage +5%.
Level 3: Damage +5%.
Level 4: Effect trigger chance +20%.
Vile Ambush (Special, Cooldown: 5 turns)
Deals 110% damage to an enemy plus 1 Poison for 2 turns with a 30% chance of an extra Poison for 2 turns and +10 Speed.
Level 2: Damage +10%.
Level 3: Damage +10%.
Level 4: Damage +10%.
Poison: Deals damage based on Max Health at the start of the turn.
Quick Raid (Ultimate, Cooldown: 8 turns)
Deals a total of 330% damage to a random selection of enemies. Damage scales with this character’s Speed.
Level 2: Damage +30%.
Level 3: Ability cooldown is reduced by 1 turn.
Level 4: Damage +30%.
Level 5: Ability cooldown is reduced by 1 turn.
Level 6: Damage +30%.
Level 7: Damage +30%.
Gubeg Gear Guide
|Arena, Adventure, Dungeons, Incursion|
Recommended Gear Sets
Attack%, Critical Rate, Critical Damage, Speed
Gubeg Hero Synergy
- Pair with Nicklaus to form a team of strong initiators.
- Pair with Windstrex to increase damage from Gubeg’s ultimate ability.
Gubeg, the chief of the desert goblins, obtained his crown by being more ruthlessly cunning and more cleverly deceptive than his only somewhat less crafty brethren, many of whom were sacrificed to Gubeg’s ascension. Such is the way of goblinkind. Gubeg possesses one advantage that those under him lack: a very powerful, poisonous little pet nicknamed “Horace”. Gubeg stumbled into a dangerous mantar lair on a poorly directed hunting expedition, but was lucky to escape both with his life and a small mantar egg on the verge of hatching, which became Horace. The mantar are a rare. cold-blooded, and somewhat worm-like rotund species capped with horns and fish scales which inhabit the southern and western areas of the desert.
The creature would be harmless enough were it not for the deadly poisons concealed behind their fangs, which can even kill an orc with one bite. Gubeg effectively adopted the orphan Horace by maternal imprint upon the creature’s birth, who has since become extremely attached to Gubeg as his dangerous animal bodyguard Gubeg can also parade around his fiefdom upon his back. Goblins are, as a general rule, a somewhat disloyal race, and so it is perhaps thanks to Horace that Gubeg has lasted uncommonly long in his position.