Feng Magnum Quest is the top 1 boss damage dealer. Deals more damage than Ares, lives longer than Gila or Hista, does not depend on randomness to deal damage, like Ecra. Transforms after level 201, when it receives a powerful shield from superpowers. He has the strongest explosive damage in the game (which allows it to be better than other characters, for example, to knockdown devouring on Shatrol or shields on Ash) and one of the strongest survival mechanics on bosses. In progress, if survives, destroys any target without invulnerability for one ultimate. Useless without stars and good gear, as well as up to level 201. Works great with buffs for damage (Sur, Cinia) and survivability (Arthur, Ione).
The performance of a character without stars drops significantly.
The hero needs crits and damage.
Tao Supremacy [Lv.3]
Feng launches a multi-stage attack on all enemies in front with his sword, dagger and claymore, and each stage deals 300% ATTACK damage. Feng is immune to all control spells when this skill is active.
LV2 (101 lvl): The damage dealt in each stage increases to 360% ATTACK.
LV3 (201 lvl): After the attacks are done, 30% of all damage dealt is translated to a [shield] that lasts 10 seconds.
Tao Intensity [Lv.4]
Feng deals 120% ATTACK damage to all enemies in a straight line before him.
LV2 (26 lvl): The damage dealt increases to 140% ATTACK.
LV3 (126 lvl): The damage dealt increases to 160% ATTACK and all affected targets suffer the [knockdown] effect for 2 seconds.
LV4 (226 lvl): The damage dealt increases to 180% ATTACK.
Tao Epiphany [Lv.3]
Feng attacks the enemy with the lowest HP percentage twice, which deals 140% and 180% ATTACK damage respectively.
LV2 (151 lvl): The damage dealt increases to 160% and 210% ATTACK respectively.
LV3 (251 lvl): If this skill successfully kills the target, its cooldown process is instantly completed.
Tao Devotion [Lv.3]
All damage dealt by Feng increases by 8%.
LV2 (176 lvl): Damage bonus increases to 16%.
LV3 (276 lvl): Damage bonus increases to 24%.
Feng is a very popular boss hero. Due to its excellent single target damage and survivability, it can be useful even in teams without a healer.
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Feng, a weapons master, is a stranger on the Armada Continent. Traveling from a distant eastern country, Feng’s goal on Armuda is to challenge more powerful opponents. During his time on Armada, he visited the White Tower and the prosperous Sacengate Kingdom. Feng also helped an elf, Eva, escape slavery, killing an undead enemy in the process-which was an unprecedented feat, especially since he does not possess any magical abilities.
APPEARANCE AND CHARACTER
Feng, being from outside the continent, has typical physical features of his origin while very different from the other humans on Armuda. He has curly hair, and his dark pupils are as black as water from the underworld. His armor is covered with unique patterns made of copper. Feng typically carries five weapons on him, ranging in size and purpose. He is familiar with all kinds of weaponry-he knows his weapons like the back of his hand. Feng is also obsessed with reaching the highest level of martial arts and is therefore constantly challenging more powerful opponents. He has never lost a fight in his homeland.
The people on the Armada Continent know very little about where Feng is from-for most of them, it is a mysterious unreachable country in the easternmost point of the world and only the rare precious silk can prove its existence. Legends say in that country there are ancient dragons, rivers that run with gold, and stars you can reach out and touch with your fingers. Only a handful of people leave that land–Feng being one of them. And those who travelled back from there never tell a word about it.
Feng does not know magic although his brilliant skills with weapons are its own kind of power. None has ever seen a weapon be wielded faster than Feng’s sword-it moves through the air even faster than the speed of light. Once, a slash of his sword took down an enemy without leaving a single drop of blood on the blade.
After arriving on Armada, Feng’s first visit was to the White Tower, in search of information on the most powerful human warriors in the world and how to challenge them. He offered a few of his own secrets in exchange for the information he wanted. When he left the White Tower, Feng decided that the ultimate challenge would be Alden, who had become anmember of the undead race. But first, he would challenge Arthur-the First Paladin.
However, Arthur refused Feng’s challenge. Feng tried persuading Arthur with a secret about Sacengate-a secret that would affect the future of the kingdom. The precondition was that he had to accept Feng’s challenge. Arthur thought about Feng’s proposition for three days before finally accepting the challenge. Yet Feng had already abandoned the deal and left Sacengate.
Over those three days while Arthur deliberated, Feng met Eva, an elfslave who had escaped from a nobleman. Feng was never interested in other people. Perhaps it was because of the extraordinary beauty of elf, or the bruises over Eva’s weak body, Feng decided to protect her. The poor elf was trying to return to Esme, the last territory of the elves. Feng promised to help her get back home, which meant he had to postpone the deal with Arthur.
The nobleman sent out forces to hunt down Eva. The first group were apparently the family servants of the nobleman. They were quickly killed by Feng. The second group, however, was much more powerful-still, Feng was easily able to take them out. When Feng and Eva were about to reach the swamp, the final group of pursuing forces came.
Immediately, Feng knew something was different about this group. The air around suddenly became cold. Their exhaled breath turned into white mist. The nearby sound of horseshoes shook the ground. When the final group materialized out of the fog, Feng was shocked: an army of undead wearing heavy armor and wielding gigantic sickles had besieged them.
For a human nobleman to have a relationship with undead knights meant that the situation was not asimple as Feng has originally believed, even if he was quite new to the continent. Feng drew out his long sword that he rarely used- it was also the biggest one among his weapons. That night, Feng made history. While it was possible to defeat the undead, no one had ever killed one before. Feng slaughtered an undead knight with his sword, contradicting the beliefthat the undead could not be killed by humankind.
The other undead knights retreated, and Feng and Eva continued their journey to Esme.