Vampire Lycidas is the first healer from the Shadow faction in Magnum Quest. The main his healing target is one of the two allied heroes standing in the first lane. If opponents have already killed your tanks, then Lycidas will heal the ally with the lowest health indicator.
He also has a silence effect and a large number of debuffs in his arsenal.
But the main feature of the hero is the ability to teleport a random ally from the first line into the camp of enemies at the beginning of the battle. The logical option would be to put Lycidas in the first row, for example, with Ares. Then, always at the beginning of the battle, Ares will teleport to the enemies and arrange problems there 🙂
The power of skills depends on the hero’s ATTACK.
Blood Altar [Lv.3]
Lycidas erects a blood altar in the most enemy-dense area, which inflicts the [ground] effect upon all enemies in the area and syphons their HP by the amount equal to 30% of Lycidas’ ATTACK each second for 3 seconds. All syphoned HP is stored as Lycidas’ ENERGY and eventually released, dealing damage whose amount equals to that of all syphoned HP.
LV2 (101 lvl): The amount of HP syphoned each second increases to 40% of Lycidas ATTACK.
LV3 (201 lvl): All units affected by the [ground] effect also suffer the [silence] effect, which renders them unable to use skills.
Phantom of Bat [Lv.4]
At the beginning of each battle, Lycidas signs a Blood Contract with a random allied unit on the front row and teleports it to a random position on the back row among enemies, which deals 180% ATTACK damage to all enemies around it and lowers their ACCURACY by 30 points for 10 seconds. All damage taken by both signing parties is divided equally between the two. In the battle, Lycidas teleports a random enemy target to the most enemy-dense area, which deals 180% ATTACK damage to all enemies around it and lowers their ACCURACY by 30 points for 10 seconds.
LV2 (26 lvl): The damage inflicted after the teleportation increases to 200% ATTACK.
LV3 (126 lvl): The teleported enemy target suffers the [stun] effect for 1 second.
LV4 (226 lvl): The damage inflicted after the teleportation increases to 220% АTTACK.
Heart Extraction [Lv.3]
Lycidas syphons HP from an enemy target by the amount equal to 220% of its ATTACK, and inflicts the [weaken] effect upon it, which lowers its damage output by 10% for 5 seconds. All syphoned HP is transferred to the allied unit signing the Blood Contract, should there be none, Lycidas would transfer it to the allied unit with the lowest HP and sign the Blood Contract with it.
LV2 (151 lvl): The amount of HP syphoned increases to 260% of the target’s ATTACK.
LV3 (251 lvl): The intensity of the [weaken] effect increases to 20%.
House of Sanguine [Lv.3]
25% of the damage dealt by Lycidas is converted to HP and his physical damage intake decreases by 20%. The other signing party of the Blood Contract receives the same effects.
LV2 (176 lvl): The conversion ratio increases to 30%.
LV3 (276 lvl): The amount of physical damage reduced increases to 30%.
The buildup of the hero goes along the ATK branch, and when choosing skills, you have the choice to strengthen the healing or increase the damage from abilities.
We give universal recommendations on attributes and skills for a hero. For example, if you already have a 50% chance of crit, then you should choose another characteristic in the branch of the Starmap.
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Lycidas, the immortal vampire, started his life in ancient times. He is the president of Hunter’s League, an organization he founded with his wife Hilda. He is known as the mysterious Lord of the manor, where there is the most beautiful garden in the world, and a room that no one is permitted to enter.
APPEARANCE AND CHARACTER
Lycidas rarely appears in the sun. He always wears a big wide cape, under which is an antique, elegant black suit. His bright red hair is in a sharp contrast with his ashen skin. His soul-enchanting eyes are so beautiful that a mortal would not afford to gaze at them for even more than a second.
Lycidas is incredible intelligent and a courteous and charming man by nature. Yet rarely has a person dared to take a close look to his pale, stunningly handsome face.
Every hundred years, this manor would welcome a <new Lord>.
Decades have passed since Lycidas’s last presence in the manor. The residents living around now are all the new generation that is too young to ever see the manor owner. It is another timing for Lycidas to return. Throughout all these years, Lycidas traveled back and forth between this manor and elsewhere. Each time he would come back with a new identity, as the son of Lycidas, the grandson of Lycidas, the son of the grandson of Lycidas… His immortality means he would never lead a normal life like other humans. Fortunately, he loves and enjoys his eternal life.
Many years ago, it was in this manor that Lycidas met Hilda, the only love of his life. She was a beautiful bubbly girl at the time, right at the height of her beauty just as the blooming roses in the garden. Smitten with the energy and beauty of Hilda, Lycidas covered his identity and crazily chased after her. They fell in love with each other incredibly quickly, and not long after, the couple walked down the aisle with the blessings of families and friends.
Ironically, a fairytale beginning does not necessarily lead to a happy ending.
Soon after their wedding, Lycidas started to languish in his new life with Hilda. He was thirsty for human blood, while his young lively wife was just like an alluring delicacy on his plate, which he badly craved but would never allow himself to touch. He pretended to go cold and distant on her, as a way to protect her. But this feigned indifference frustrated Hilda. Desperately, she tried everything she could to get her husband back, but what Lycidas returned was nothing but a cold shoulder.
Lycidas knew it was time to stop such emotional torment on both of them. He finally made up his mind to divorce, which, of course, was immediately rejected by Hilda. In an uneventful morning, he left the manor without a word. Until Hilda’s death, she had never seen him again.
After Lycidas left, Hilda cried all day and night, drowning completely in pain and grief of losing her beloved Lycidas. A friend of hers, who could not stand to see her sinking into depression, revealed to her that Lycidas was not human.
Knowing the real identity of Lycidas, Hilda’s heart raged and burned with hatred. <Only an unfeeling monster could chase a girl so aggressively and abandoned her without mercy>. Holding this belief in mind, she has since pulled herself together for Hunter’s League, an organization that she founded for exterminating the monsters who brutalize humans.
Running such a League was all about money, as hunters basically work for the bounties. When Hilda was bustling around to raise funds, an anonymous wealthy man financed her and sent his people to support the establishment of the League. He never said no to whatever she requested. Hilda never knew who exactly this mysterious partner was, neither had she ever met him. Nevertheless, she gave him the title of co-president of the League.
Hilda devoted all the rest of her life to the development of the League. She had never remarried. It was not until the day of her funeral that the member hunters finally had the chance to meet the other League president. Hunters who had attended the funeral recalled that, Lycidas arrived silently, bringing in a shivering, cold air. He took off his hood, revealing his pale beautiful face that was written with grief. Only his bright red hair showed a sign of liveness.
Lycidas bought the whole manor after Hilda’s death. For every second in his later eternal life, the memory about Hilda in this big manor, where he first met his beloved, flashed back and forth to his mind. He buried Hilda in the garden and grew aside her tomb the most beautiful flowers of the world. He would paint a portrait every time he misses his wife. As time went by, he had an entire room filled with Hilda’s portraits. He locked the door of the room, and nobody has been allowed to enter.
Lycidas had no interest at all in the rumors of the black force. However, he would not stand idle if it has the potential to threaten the existence of the Hunter’s league. Nothing can jeopardize what his wife has left, as long as he is still alive.