You don’t often see such disgusting outwardly heroes in games. Gass Magnum Quest of the Shadow faction is a member of the large Squalors race who live on the edge of hell itself.
In terms of gameplay, at high levels of pumping, Gass shows himself well on Bosses, since this hero attacks one target well. In the rest of the content, the hero is rather weak.
- Adjust the star map skill [Blessing of Intelligence] to [Hunting Delight].
- Reduced the skill [Slime Spray] every time it hits the target, the target’s hit energy recovery value is obtained.
Slime Barrage [Lv.3]
Guss launches 8 attacks in a row, each attack deals 120% ATTACK damage to a random enemy.
LV2: Guss becomes immune to all control spells during his first 3 attacks.
LV3: The damage dealt increases to 140% ATTACK.
Slime Spray [Lv.4]
Guss deals 120% ATTACK damage to the target.
LV2: The damage dealt increases to 135% ATTACK.
LV3: This skill also gains the [leech] effect, which translates 15% of the damage dealt to HP.
LV4: The damage dealt increases to 150% АТТАСК.
Guss gains 40 points of HASTE for 10 seconds and loses 30 in the following 6 seconds.
LV2: Guss gains 55 points of HASTE.
LV3: The duration of the HASTE buff increases to 12 seconds and debuff decreases to 4 seconds.
Corrosive Mucus [Lv.3]
When attacking, Guss inflicts the [weaken] effect upon the target, which reduces damage output by 10% for 5 seconds.
LV2: The [weaken] effect increases to 15%.
LV3: The [weaken] effect increases to 20%.
Guss is a good ranged archer. Please note that his main characteristic is intelligence, he is not a physical fighter. Therefore, he is good against the boss Bill.
He is not a meta hero, but it will come in handy in the Shadow Faction Dungeon.
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Townsfolk often speak of Squalors as being descendants of the Devil. They live in a dark land on the edge of the plane of Hell itself. The body of a Squalor is coated in poison and bacterium. Anyone who touches a Squalor with unguarded skin succumbs to the fatal toxins leaking out of its body. While there are many Squalors, perhaps the most juvenile of them all is Guss.
APPEARANCE AND CHARACTER
Guss looks like a green sausage wrapped in rope. He’s young and has a short and fat body. There are four horns on his head, and the hair running behind them is squirming with maggots. He keeps a mutant larva as his mount, even though he often abuses it.
Guss is naive, cruel, and arrogant. He considers himself to be the center of the universe and says the words, “I want this,” more than anything else. He lets out a strange cry when he’s angry. He loves the smell of death and hoards bones in his nest.
Guss was born countless years ago. Even so, his level of intelligence remains similar to that of a child. Still, if one were to compare Guss to the infinite lives of other Squalors, saying he’s a child isn’t too far from accurate. He can understand chaos just fine. Mental cognition, on the other hand, is a whole other story.
Guss and the other Squalors lived on the edge of Hell. Temperatures are hot, and the land is filled with corpses and rotting creatures. Civilized races usually stay far away. Most Squalors’ true desire is to spread plagues to every corner of the world, but Guss didn’t care about that. This way of life made him bored. Sometimes he would attack and hunt down lost adventurers, but it was never enough to fulfill his more chaotic desires.
After some years passed, Guss eventually found a creature as fat as himself hiding inside a large, deceased creature. It was a mutant larva. Guss captured it with the intent oftorturingit, but then he noticed something. This larva wasn’t affected by the toxins leaking out of Guss’ body. It was the first creature he could ever touch without it getting a fatal disease. Guss decided to care for the larva, albeit poorly. He fed it often, allowing it to get fatter and fatter. It was the first living thing to ever get along with Guss. As their time together continued, Guss trained it to be ridden as a mount.
As time went on, intrusive, dark forces began to travel across the desolate land. They were creatures of a lower plane that wanted to return to Armuda. Some of the monsters of Hell believed these forces were lured back from a dark abyss. Wherever they came from, they wouldn’t be allowed to leave. Conflict broke out between the dark forces and Hell’s other monsters. A battle erupted, most of the Squalors shunned away, but Guss took to the skies on his larva. He whipped the larva to squirt venom, giddily attacking both sides of the battle for his own amusement, without a care in the world.
This battle was only the first of many. The Squalors grew to hate Guss’ traitorous, anarchist behavior. They were convinced he would only ever cause trouble. As punishment, they destroyed all the bones Guss collected in his nest. When Guss found out, he lost his temper. Furious with the other Squalors, he fled the edge of Hell on the back of his larva. It was time for Guss to conquer a new land.