Fie Magnum Quest is one of the strongest heroes of the Forest faction. He is mostly choosible in progress for the sake of the aura of speed. This allows a number of allie heroes to use abilities earlier than usual (for example, Fare’s screed). Also on the demon of power Dumtiore Fie helps to quickly knock down the shield. He has a very high base attack.
Stars are needed to be useful besides the aura.
Gale Strafe [Lv.3]
Fie deals 220% ATTACK damage and inflicts the [repel] effect upon all enemies in front.
LV2: The damage dealt increases to 240% АТТАСК.
LV3: The damage dealt increases to 260% ATTACK.
Wind Guardian [Lv.4]
Everytime Fie commences a normal attack, he gains 2 points of HASTE. This effect can stack up at most 10 times.
LV2: Each stack gains Fie 3 points of HASTE.
LV3: When this effect has stacked up 10 times, Fie gains 30% ATTACK throughout the battle.
LV4: Each stack gains Fie 4 points of HASTE.
Rapid Fire [Lv.3]
Fie attacks the enemy 3 times, each time deals 90% ATTACK damage. The enemycannot restore Energy from this skill.
LV2: The damage dealt increases to 150% ATTACK.
LV3: Enemystruck by Fie’s third attack loses 20% DEFENSE for 6 seconds.
Allies gain 30 points of HASTE for 8 seconds at the beginning of the battle.
LV2: The HASTE buff increases to 45 points.
LV3: This skill also restores 60 points of Energy for all allies.
Fie can be found at almost all teams in stages of progress in the game. He is one of the most useful support heroes out there.
But if properly developed, he can also become a good damage dealer.
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Fie is the younger prince of the elf royalty. His half-brother, Fare, is the currently reigning ruler of the elves. Fie’s archery skills are near perfection – he once killed a great enemy of the elves in battle. One day, as he passed the Elven Temple, Fie foresaw the birth of the “Returnee” and spread the prophecy across Armuda.
APPEARANCE AND CHARACTER
While Fie’s father is a high elf, his mother was from a lower class. Fie is tall and handsome Fie’s father is a high elf while his mother was from an exiled lower-class family. Fie is tall and handsome and is often told he bears a striking resemblance to his father. He likes wearing archer clothing and always keeps a quiver under his green cloak. Although he got his looks from his father, he inherited his easygoing personality from his mother; despite the unfair treatment of elves by other groups, Fie has maintained a pure heart.
The extraordinary beauty of elves has tempted the other races to secretly involve in elf trafficking. Elves in Armuda have long been in constant jeopardy of being captured and enslaved. After the majority of the elves retreated to Elves Island, the God of elves stopped responding to their prayers. The life of the remaining elves in Armuda was sinking deep into abyss of suffering.
During that time, Fare (Fie’s elder brother) was too young to help much, even as a prince. Still, Fare made the difficult decision to stay and help the remaining elves rather than return home with his father. Fie has admired his brother from an early age and chose to stay with Fare. This decision was not as simple as the two brothers imagined it would be. The continuous invasion of other races destructively undermined the remaining elves in the Continent. Despite their best efforts, the princes were too young and weak to prevent their fellow elves from being bullied and enslaved.
The shady business of enslaving elves attracted many poachers, as the high profits outweighed any moral concerns. The poacher occupied the last territory of the elves after a sudden assault. The elves were forced to scatter across the Continent, and many lost their homes. In order to protect Fie, Fare stood off against the lead mage of the poachers and was seriously wounded. Fie realized that Fare had been protecting him for his entire life. It was time for him to learn how to protect himself-without his brother’s help.
Many years after the assault, Fie became a skilled archer. He followed his brother back to the overtaken territory to regain their former home and liberate their fellow elves.
On the road, they passed the ruined Elven Temple. The brothers agreed to stop for the night. When sundown came and Fie couldn’t fall asleep, he went for a walk. He unexpectedly found a stream of spring water behind the temple. As the moon cast light on the still water, Fie suddenly saw an incredible vision: A beautiful female elf slowly emerged from the water, glowing with god-like light from her body. In front of her, there stood a statue. Fie watched as the mysterious woman pulled a legendary staff from the statue.
Only by obtaining divine power from the God of Elves can an elf hold such a powerful staff. As the vision faded, Fie understood immediately what it meant.
Fie and Fare eventually won the fierce batto take back their elven home. In the siege of countless powerful enemies, Fie had calmly stepped over their fallen corpses and shot an arrow to kill the lead mage of the poachers. Fie avenged his tribe and his elder brother.
After their habitat was reestablished, Fie began his journey across Armuda to guide displaced elves back home and shared what he foresaw from the spring water that night. Hope spread among the elves along with this prophecy, and Fie’s confidence touched every elf.