Heal block, periodic invulnerability, damage reflection, attack steal and heal are unique mechanics of Ecra Magnum Quest. Plus the strongest area damage in the game and one of the strongest single target damage. Mechanics Skill 3 (Protege) allows Ecra to trivialize the mechanics of Shatrol and Damtior (her strongest uses), be extremely strong in progress, and also perfectly fight against superior opponents after level 251. In progress as a carry, Ecra is second after Ares, on bosses in terms of overall utility it is not inferior to anyone. Has the strongest potential damage to guild bosses due to the mechanics of reflecting damage when the boss is dispersed at the end of the encounter. Requires stars, good gear and a bit of random timing and Skill 3 target selection. She has the strongest level 251 and 276 upgrades in the game, but is more than playable at lower levels too. In this Ecra is similar to Ione, who is most revealed after 251-276.
The character can perform part of his functionality without stars.
The main damage from burning, burning does not crit, depends on the attack.
The Ruling Crown [Lv.3]
Ecra deals 160% ATTACK damage to all enemies and inflicts the [burn] effect upon them which deals 25% of ATTACK damage per second for 6 seconds.
LV2 (101 lvl): The initial damage increases to 180% ATTACK, the [burn] effect damage increases to 50% of ATTACK per second.
LV3 (201 lvl): Ecra inflicts the [heal block] effect upon all enemies, which renders them unable to heal for 8 seconds.
Bouncing Fireball [Lv.4]
Ecra shoots out a fireball that bounces 3 times among enemies and each time deals 180% ATTACK damage.
LV2 (26 lvl): Fireball damage increases to 200% ATTACK per bounce.
LV3 (126 lvl): Fireball damage increases to 220% ATTACK per bounce.
LV4 (226 lvl): The fireball bounces 4 times in total.
The Protege [Lv.3]
Ecra picks an enemy target to absorb all damage for her for 8 seconds, all energy generated by the attacks still goes to Ecra.
LV2 (151 lvl): The duration of this effect increases to 12 seconds.
LV3 (251 lvl): Ecra steals 20% of the ATTACK and 50% of the healing effect from the target.
Seductive Gaze [Lv.3]
Everytime Ecra activates a skill, her following normal attack reaches two targets and inflicts the [burn] effect which deals 75% ATTACK damage per second for 6 seconds.
LV2 (176 lvl): The [burn] effect damage increases to 100% ATTACK per second.
LV3 (276 lvl): Ecra’s normal attack following her skill activation reaches 3 targets in total.
Eсra is considered an excellent damage dealer. You should develop further its attacking characteristics, the only thing that you need to forget about crit, and pump only the general ATK.
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Ecra is a daeling (a demon/human hybrid) who lives in Sacengate. She is a fire mage who is well known for her dramatic beauty and powerful charm-no man can refuse her. Ecra is also known for her involvement in the “mistaken king” incident. What Ecra wants most ofall is a magic weapon (a powerful fire eye) to further her fire abilities.
APPEARANCE AND CHARACTER
Ecra has red skin as if she had been kissed by flames. Paired with her sharp horns and demonic eyes, Ecra looks as if she is from Hell itself. Her beauty-also demonic in its perfection-draws people to her. Although she seems like an amicable person, Ecra is apathetic towards people’s feelings. One person has stated “the demons could learn cruelty from a creature like her.
In Armuda’s early history, the continent was overrun by demons. These ferocious monsters swept across the earth, leaving mountains of corpses in their wake. Over time, the other creatures on Armuda were able to subdue the demons. Now, the only evidence left of that dark period is the daelings-half-demon, half-human hybrids.
The daelings like to live with humans. Although they are closer to demons in appearance, most are rather harmless. As the world grew used to the existence of daelings, society began to accept them. Many found their place among humankind, and Ecra was no exception-she found a place in Sacengate.
Ecra was well known around town; in addition to her unparalleled beauty, she was gifted with the ability to charm anyone and everyone. Anything she said seemed credible to the humans. Men and women, old or young, all fell captive to her charm. The men especially went crazy for her; they pursued her relentlessly, each one wanting to be her lover. The townspeople began to notice when these infatuated men slowly went missing. Rumors circulated about where the poor souls might have gone. Some believed that once Ecra abandoned one man, is heartbreak was too great to bear, and he was forced to leave Sacengate to avoid seeing her with a new lover. Others believed that the men killed each other to try to win Ecra’s favor. Despite her black widow reputation, men couldn’t keep themselves from vying for her affections.
Ecra was also famous for her involvement in the “mistaken king” incident.
After the Sacengate rebellion, a new king came to power. As a renowned mage, Ecra was invited to attend the coronation. All of Sacengate gathered to see the new king be crowned. Just as it was time for the king to make his entrance, a mysterious red figure appeared on the throne. The crowd gasped as they
realized who was wearing the king’s crown: it was Ecra, her black hair particularly striking against the golden crown’s jewels. Excited chatter spread throughout the crowd, followed by a hush of silence when the proper king finally walked on stage.
Ecra, however, was not phased by the king. Lazily she stood up, taking the crown off of her head gracefully. She apologized, explaining that she was simply testing for any harmful magic or enchantments before the king wore the crown. To the crowd’s surprise, the king laughed. He let the incident pass without punishment. Ecra was soon nicknamed the “mistaken king.
It was also at the coronation where a young gentleman named Jamison fell madly in love with Ecra. This man was different from the others that competed for Ecra’s attention. Jamison was a distinguished knight-the townspeople loved him, and thought he would be the one to finally win Ecra’s heart. Just as it seemed like Ecra was treating him differently, he disappeared like the others. At the time the townspeople shrugged it off as another lovestruck man being ruined by heartbreak. In reality, Jamison’s disappearance had sinister connotations.
As a powerful mage, Ecra was constantly working to improve her fire magic. Shortly after the coronation, she hit a wall in her practice. Ecra knew that in order to continue becoming powerful, she needed a legendary magic weapon-one that could only be made with human blood. Ecra had been trying for years to develop such a weapon, using the men that were drawn to her as sacrifices. Yet nothing seemed to work-until Jamison arrived.
The townspeople were correct in believing he was different; unlike the other infatuated men, Jamison’s love for Ecra was pure and unselfish. This was the key Ecra was missing. Ecra finally got the magic item she so desperately wanted: a powerful fire eye, which Ecra named “Jamie” after the knight’s sacrifice.
However, the true nature of Jamison’s death did not stay a secret for long. When the townspeople found out what Ecra had been using the men for, she was exiled from Sacengate. Now Ecra is more powerful than ever, and with no sense of where to go next.