PHANTOM ASSASSIN

Mortred

HERO INTRODUCTION
The Phantom Assassin starts off fairly weak and vulnerable, but can become one of the deadliest assassins of all. Her Daggers can be thrown from a safe distance, dealing minor damage to fell mortally wounded foes, or slow her targets momentarily. She can Phantom Strike to any target, allowing her to be agile and perform quick escapes and/or kills. Mortred passively blends into her surroundings, eventually resembling a Blur, which can easily be unnoticed even by a trained eye, and will always be harder to hit. What sets her apart from the rest is her Coup de Grace, a devastating critical attack that when landed deals up to four times her natural damage.

BACKGROUND STORY
Born into the reclusive Night Elf order known as the Wardens and shunned by mainstream Night Elf society, Mortred pledged allegiance to the Scourge to take revenge. A perfect blend of strength and speed, the years spent alone in the forests of Ashenvale allowed her to blend into the terrain, appearing phantomlike at times and striking when you least expect it. The deadly precision with which she carries out her attacks has made her a valuable member of the Scourge, and it is clear why she is known as the Phantom Assassin.

SKILLS

Stifling Dagger
Hurls a dagger which deals minor pure damage and slows the unit’s movement speed for a short duration.

Phantom Strike
Teleports to a unit and attacks it. Gains 100% attack speed for 3 seconds while attacking that same target. Maximum of 4 attacks.

Blur
The Phantom Assassin becomes hard to see by blurring her body and disappearing from the minimap when near enemy heroes. Some enemy attacks miss.

Coup de Grace
Mortred has refined her hero-killing skills to a high degree.
 

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