It is said Rome wasn't built in a day. Whether the sweeping arches of the Colosseum, the long stretch of the aqueducts, or the power the Servian Wall, none can truly claim they were the origin that “built” Rome. For as mighty as she has become, Rome might have never been were it not for the mischief of the Goddess Discordia.
Once known among the Greeks as Eris, the maligned Goddess of Strife, Discordia craved to unleash her full potential, to unravel the foundations of the mortals and deities that hated her. She found that opportunity through the vanity of others.
Conjuring a golden apple, Eris cast it forth. Upon it read the words ‘for the fairest.’ A phrase that would set Athena, Hera, and Aphrodite against one another. A phrase that would cause Paris to kidnap Menelaus' wife, Helen. A phrase that would ignite the Trojan War.
As chaos swirled, as cities crumbled, as heroes both Greek and Trojan fell to each other's blades and Gods grew to loathe one another, no one seemed to wonder from whence the golden apple came. It was masterful! Eventually, the Trojan War reached its peak, and Eris attached herself to the mortal Aeneus. She guided him safely from Troy, across the sea and wilderness, to the place where a new nation would be built. Here, Aeneus founded Rome.
Free of the judgement she wore under the Greeks, bereft of the belittling glares of the other Gods, Eris was remade as Discordia. A Roman Goddess of importance and prominence. Indeed, Rome was not built in a day. It was the culmination of a plan for one Goddess to reinvent herself as more than she ever was.
And all with one golden apple.
Contest of Gods
Discordia is constantly comparing herself and her teammates to see who is the best. Whichever god on her team has the top damage dealt to enemy players will receive a Power buff that scales off Discordia's level.
Physical Power: 5 + 2 per level.
Magical Power: 10 + 3 per level.
Discordia sends an orb of unruly magic to a location that damages any enemies it hits along the way. At that location it will break down into 6 minor projectiles that fire out in all directions, damaging any enemies hit and bouncing off of walls.
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Orb Damage: 70/115/160/205/250 (+ 75% of your Magical Power)
Minor Damage: 20/30/40/50/60 (+ 10% of your Magical Power)
Cost: 50/55/60/65/70 mana
Discordia creates an area of Strife that damages all enemies hit. If 2 or more enemy gods are hit at the same time they will be afflicted by Madness for 1s, forcing them to attack each other for additional damage. The same is true for minions. If only a single target of one type is hit then it becomes Rooted for 1s instead.
Cooldown: 15 seconds
Damage: 60/100/140/180/220 (+ 60% of your Magical Power)
Madness Damage Per Hit: 10/20/30/40/50 (+ 10% of your Magical Power)
Cost: 60/65/70/75/80 mana
Discordia leaps a short distance and then creates an area of confusion where she lands that persists for 5s. While inside the area she becomes stealthed, gains bonus movement speed, and Her 1st and 2nd ability cooldowns are reduced by an additional amount of time every .5s she remains in the area. Attacking from the area will briefly reveal her.
Cooldown: 16 seconds
1 and 2 Cooldown Reduction Per Tick: 0.5/0.75/1/1.25/1.5s
Cost: 50/55/60/65/70 mana
Movement Speed Buff: 20/25/30/35/40%
Golden Apple of Discord
Discordia throws her Golden Apple of Discord that damages and passes through minions and bounces off of walls. If the Apple hits an enemy god it will damage them and force them to hold the Apple. Gods holding the apple will become intolerable, causing them to be Crippled, Intoxicated while they constantly boast. At the end of the duration, the Apple will detonate, dealing damage and spreading the effects to nearby gods.
1st Target Duration: 2s and AoE
Spread Targets Duration: 3s and Single Target
Cooldown: 90 seconds
Cost: 100 mana
Initial Damage: 100/125/150/175/200 (+ 40% of your Magical Power)
Detonate Damage: 200/250/300/350/400 (+ 60% of your Magical Power)
This page was last edited on 5 December 2017, at 10:30.
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