The Protector

Class: Tank/Warrior
Role: Control/Initiator

Attack Range: Melee

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  • Constitution
  • Attack Damage
  • Ability Damage
  • Difficulty

Thane Skills

Valiant Charge 

Thane Valiant Charge

Cooldown: 14 sec
Mana Cost: 60

Thane charges forward, knocking enemies back and dealing 56 +54 physical damage each hit. Valiant Charge’s final hit will also knock enemies into the air.

Avalon’s Fury 

Thane Avalon's Fury

Cooldown: 8.5 sec
Mana Cost: 75

Thane strikes the ground, dealing 200 +91 physical damage to enemies within range. He also knocks enemies into the air and slows their movement speed by 90% for 2 seconds.

Excalibur (Ultimate)

Thane Excalibur

Cooldown: 40 sec
Mana Cost: 150

Thane charges for a short time, then unleashes a powerful blow in frontal cone, dealing 500 +141 true damage to enemies in the area. Also, deals 15% of targets’ lost HP as physical damage. Cannot be interrupted while charging.

Royal Power (passive)

Thane Royal Power

When Thane’s HP falls below 30%, he regenerates 24% of his maximum HP over 6 seconds. 75-second cooldown.

Hero Tip

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Thane cannot be stopped once he starts his Valiant Charge, so use this to your advantage. King’s Glory has a slight delay and not a very long range. It is best to unleash this ability when enemies are close.

Thane Attributes

Max HP

Max Armor

Magic Defense

Attack Damage

Ability Power

Max Mana

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Mana / 5 sec

Movement Speed

Thane Story

Kindness, honesty, caring, loyalty, and civility.

The chivalrous King Thane was the classic medieval hero that every child dreamed of becoming. However, very few people knew of his difficult childhood. He did not grow up with his father but was raised by the archbishop. the archbishop sneaked Thane out of the castle and took him far away to keep him safe from potential enemies.

People only came to know of the royal heir’s existence at a tournament. The previous king had recently passed away and the knights were too engage in combat to decide who would ascend to the throne. However, Thane effortlessly pulled the sword from the stone and put an end to the tournament. Inscribed on the sword were the words “He who draws this sword from the stone shall be king.”

Once king, he led the Knights of the Round Table and defeated the powerful enemy that threatened his kingdom. “Your Royal Majesty, King Thane, battles of the mortal world are meaningless to you. New opponents await your arrival on the battlefield of the gods. I hope your fabled sword is still as keen as ever.” The sounds of the battle horn had reignited King Thane’s fighting spirit.

“With this sword in my hand, I will vanquish all evil!”