No Man’s Land
★✰✰✰✰ Bane Wraith
★★★★★ Roaring Tulpa
Auguring (Trait → Ascension)
Grants Delay Fate (I → II) to all team members.
Delay Fate II: +20% Accuracy and Precision. [Unremovable]
Curse of Confusion (Basic)
Deals 100% damage to an enemy and applies Precision Down for 2 turns.
Level 2: Damage +10%.
Level 3: Damage +10%.
Level 4: Debuff duration +1 turn
Precision Down: -30 Precision.
Grants Shield before any team member takes damage. 35% of damage received is converted into Heal Over Time for 1 turn. Can only be triggered once per turn.
Level 2: +5% healing strength.
Level 3: +5% healing strength.
Level 4: +5% healing strength.
Shield: Redirects some damage from the target to this character.
Heal Over Time: Restores this character’s Health at the start of the turn.
Omen of Demise (Ultimate, Cooldown: 6 turns)
Deals 110% damage to an enemy and applies Curse for 2 turns.
Level 2: Damage +10%.
Level 3: Ability cooldown is reduced by 1 turn.
Level 4: Damage +10%.
Level 5: Ability cooldown is reduced by 1 turn.
Level 6: Damage +10%.
Level 7: Damage +10%.
Curse: For the duration of this effect, 100% of damage taken by this character is taken at the time of tallying.
How does Curse works?: When the enemy has Curse debuff, any damage dealt by your heroes will be added to a pool of damage. This pool of damage will be inflicted on the enemy upon this debuff expiration. Hence, it’s recommended to have Ztlin to begin the battle first to apply the Curse debuff before any allies attack. If your team is able to deal at least 50% damage to the enemy, then the enemy will instantly be defeated upon the debuff expiration. This is useful for speed farming boss dungeons in Arcane Dominator or No Man’s Land.
Ztlin Gear Guide
|Arena, Adventure, Dungeons, Incursion|
Recommended Gear Sets
Revival, Raider, Raptor, Terra
HP%, Speed, Focus, DEF%
Ztlin Hero Synergy
- Pair with Hector to increase damage from Ztlin’s ultimate ability.
- Pair with Ciara to increase damage from Ztlin’s ultimate ability.
Ztlin Use Case
The subterranean darkness under the rocks of the Mountain Kingdom conceal an ancient species known in the human tongue as “Lizardmen”. This peculiar species of cold-blooded reptiles lives in vast, subterranean habitats that no light has touched, close to the beating heart of the planet’s warm, magna core. Thousands upon thousands of eggs are laid, incubated, and then hatched in vast birthing pools regulated by the humidity of the deep underground and heat from the distant rivers of magma. Tens of thousands of eggs can be expected to introduce new lizardmen to the ranks of the Hive with each birthing cycle. None could identify their parents, and would most likely appear indistinguishable from one another to the human eye outside of the physical differences associated with the four-tier Lizardman cast system.
Lizardman eggs hatch randomly into one of four broad castes: Lizardmen, Lizardmen Brutes, Channelers, and Spectrals. Those born into the ordinary and Brute castes are effectively beasts of burden with very limited critical thinking skills. Channelers are capable of independent thought and can wield primitive magics, but the Spectral lizardmen are the brains of the Hive. The loss of all Spectral Lizardmen over centuries of war with the dwarves had dealt an enormous blow to the Lizardmen, and given the dwarves free rein to expand their mines further and further into the vast underground. The recent birth of Ztlin has dramatically improved the Lizardmen’s fortunes, the first Spectral in nearly a century and probably one of the most powerful Lizardman sorcerers of the last thousand years.
Anointed the title of the “Great Prophet” by the Lizardmen soon after his birth and abilities became known, Ztlin, a figure of worship and veneration among his people, has led the Lizardmen out of their dark hiding places and into several successful engagements with the dwarfs. As a Spectral, Ztlin is capable of much more complex thinking than the lower castes, who are naturally obedient to their superior. Ztlin has in fact unified the Hive into an unbreakable unity through the aid of Channelers who telepathically convey his commands to the lower caste Brute and ordinary Lizardmen. Ztlin’s incredible telekinetic powers do not even require conscious intervention: a telltale sign of Ztlin’s ponderous meditations is a wall of shimmering energy that Ztlin’s mind automatically generates to shield itself from potential intrusions when vulnerable. This power can be channeled into violent electrical storms that have been known to tear well-made dwarven armor from their bodies like leaves blown by the wind. Ztlin is a great believer in the “manifest destiny” of his people to one day rule all of Aurelica once the “passing phase” of the younger, hot-blooded races has ended.
The near-extinction of the dragonkind, the Lizardmen’s serpent cousins, has all but confirmed to Ztlin the superior nature of their fast breeding cycle and collectivism over the haughty, individualistic dragons. For all intents and purposes, the dwarves may appear to control the Mountain Kingdom, but Ztlin might already have the strength to flush these noxious topside inhabitants out with a concentrated strike with his increasingly massive army. Ztlin is nothing if not a careful planner and must be assured of victory beforehand. His forces have been steadily moving through the mines, attacking peripheral settlements while cutting off escape routes or trapping fleeing warriors with magic. Dwarves can only watch on in horror as contact is lost with one outer settlement after another, and from which no survivors return to tell of what happened. Ztlin knows the hour is coming when the Mountain Kingdom will once again belong entirely to the Lizardmen.