ANTI-MAGE

Magina

HERO INFORMATION
Magina wasn’t nicknamed the Anti-Mage for no reason. His passive Mana Break attack allows him to deal extra damage and cripple a caster’s mana supply. With a great understanding of the spiritual realm, he becomes more resilient against magical attacks using his Spell Shield, along with the ability to Blink across short distances for superb maneuverability. Seeking out weary casters, he uses Mana Void to inflict immense damage for high amounts of missing mana. Although he will be at a natural disadvantage to casters early on, as his powers grow, there is none better suited for bringing the greatest of spell casters down to their knees.

BACKGROUND STORY
Twin sons to the great Prophet, Terrorblade and Magina were blessed with divine powers: Terrorblade granted with an unnatural affinity with life forces; Magina gifted with energy manipulation. Magina’s eventual overexposure to the magics gradually augmented his elemental resistances and bestowed him the unique ability to move faster than light itself. Now, broken by Terrorblade’s fall to the dark side, Magina answers the Sentinel’s call in a desperate bid to redeem his brother. Every bitter strike turns the Scourge’s evil essences upon themselves, culminating in a finale that forces his enemy to awaken to the void within and spontaneously implode.

SKILLS

Mana Break
Each attack burns mana based on skill level.
 

Blink
Short distance teleportation that allows one to move in and out of combat.
 

Spell Shield
Magina learns to protect himself with an anti-magic shield. Increases his resistance to magic damage.

Mana Void
Creates a powerful void in an enemy unit caused by a lack of mana. For each mana point missing, the unit takes damage.

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