Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt
|Pantheon||Roles||Favor Cost||Gems Cost|
|Health||Mana||Attack/Sec||Speed||HP5||MP5||Magic Power||Physical Power||Magic Prot||Physical Prot||Range|
|Artemis gains a 5% critical strike chance buff on each successful hit within 4 seconds. Her passive has a maximum of 3 stacks.|
|Artemis places up to 3 traps that additionally act as wards. Enemy gods coming within 5 feet of her traps activate them, rooting the enemy god and doing 25/40/55/70/85 (+30% of your physical power) physical damage every second for 3 seconds. |
Cost: 60/70/80/90/100 mana.
Cooldown: 18/16/14/12/10 seconds.
|Artemis attacks at a furious pace, increasing her attack speed by 35/45/55/65/75% for 3/3.5/4/4.5/5 seconds. |
Cost: 70/75/80/85/90 mana.
Cooldown: 18/17/16/15/14 seconds.
|Suppress The Insolent|
|Artemis fires a volley into a ground target, suppressing all of her enemies. Enemies caught within the volley are damaged for 90/155/220/285/350 physical damage (+30% of your physical power) and are slowed by 25% for 2 seconds. |
Cost: 70/80/90/100/110 mana.
Cooldown: 10 seconds.
|Artemis summons the great Kalydonian Boar to wreak havoc on her enemies, doing 150/225/300/375/450 (+100% of your physical power) physical damage to the nearest enemy god and stunning them for 2 seconds. The boar will continue to charge other nearby enemy gods for his 6 second life time.|
Cost: 80/90/100/110/120 mana.
Cooldown: 90 seconds.
|Healing Potion||This consumable heals 250 health over 25 seconds. (+50 HP5 for 25 seconds.)|
Total Cost: 50
|Suppress the Insolent|
|Free||400 Gems ($7.99 USD)||Given as a marketing promotion|
Armed with a magical bow, Artemis is the unrivaled Goddess of the Hunt!
Daughter of Zeus and Leta, Artemis and her twin brother Apollo are products of Zeus' infidelity to his wife Hera. Insulted, Hera cursed Leta while she was pregnant, forbidding her to give birth on land or sea. Fortunately, she found an island that did not touch the ocean floor, so it was neither land nor sea, and thus bore her children. Artemis was born first, then miraculously aided as midwife in the birthing of her brother.
Artemis spent her childhood in the hills and forests, training with her bow and hunting beasts. As she grew older and more beautiful, she also grew proud and ruthless when slighted or dishonored, especially against those that claimed to be better hunters than she. Adonis boasted this very thing and Artemis sent a wild boar to skewer him. The twin demigods Otos and Ephialtes, who could not be killed except by each other, threatened to kidnap Artemis and force her to marry one of them, but were tricked when Artemis, appearing as a doe, dashed between them. As they thrust with their spears, they impaled each other. Finally, Actaeon, after peeping at Artemis while she bathed, was transformed into a stag and devoured by his own hunting dogs. Such is the wrath of Artemis.
Her name is invoked by hunters seeking prey and by midwives during childbirth. Sacrifices are made in her name before a new military campaign. Adolescent girls are sent to her shrine to serve for one year. Beautiful, deadly, and chaste, Artemis is a focused woman and a fearsome warrior.