The Crystal Lotus
Attack Range: Long Range
- Attack Damage
- Ability Damage
Cooldown: 5 sec
Mana Cost: 65
Diaochan attacks with frost, dealing 305 +0 magic damage to enemies in the target area and slowing their movement speed by 50% for 2 seconds. She also places a Mark of Frost on target for 5.5 seconds. When marked targets are hit with Chilling Frost again, they become rooted for 1 second.
Cooldown: 10 sec
Mana Cost: 80
After a short delay, Diaochan freezes and deals 288 +0 magic damage to enemies within the target area. Frozen enemies take additional damage.
Cooldown: 42 sec
Mana Cost: 150
Diaochan summons a Blizzard, dealing 350 +0 magic damage to enemies within target area and slowing their movement speed by 30%. She also gains 600 armor.
Ice Queen (passive)
Frozen enemies take extra 155 magic damage.
Diaochan can slow enemies down with Chilling Frost. Use this ability first, than follow up with Diamond Durst to freeze your enemy, allowing you to deal further damage and take them out.
HP / 5 sec
Mana / 5 sec
“Men may think they rule the world, but I rule men.”
Diaochan said this at the tender age of 18. She had just learned the art of Sleeve Dancing and with it, she had already managed to seduce all the men who frequented Chang’an Avenue. An old official claimed: “This girl must be the incarnation of heavenly sin!” before falling at her feet, eager to catch the fragrance of her dress.
Even the might Lu Bu could not resist Diaochan’s beauty. When she frowned, lu Bu was ready to slay his own godfather, Dong Zhuo, for unintentionally offending this beauty with his glance. The very sight of her sad face was cause enough for Lu Bu to kill.
Diaochan was indeed beautiful, but her beauty was matched by her manipulative nature. Heroes all over the world came to challenge Lu Bu to become Diaochan’s new champion. Most of them were killed with a single strike. In fear, some banded together and yet met the same fate. Seeing his enemies multiply and Lu Bu’s thirst for battle grew, she quietly left the man who loved her so deeply in one stormy morning.
“Try not to think of me too much.”