Attack Range: Melee
- Attack Damage
- Ability Damage
Cooldown: 12 sec
Mana Cost: 60
Zanis triggers his inner dragon blood to remove all debuffs and increase movement speed by 80% for 1.5 seconds. He also enhances his next normal attack, which deals an additional 200 physical damage to nearby targets and reduces their movement speed by 50% for 2.5 seconds.
Cooldown: 9 sec
Mana Cost: 70
Zanis strikes the ground, dealing 180 +117 physical damage to nearby enemies. If any enemy units are hit, Zanis attack speed will be increased by 40% for 4 seconds.
Dragon’s Wrath (Ultimate)
Cooldown: 24 sec
Mana Cost: 130
Zanis strikes the target, dealing 300 +235 true damage and knocking enemies into the air briefly. For the next 5 seconds, he takes 15% less damage and his normal attacks deal an additional 80 +67 true damage.
Each kill or assist increases Zanis’ attack damage by 12 stacks up to 20 times.
When in a group battle, cast Zanis Dragon’s Wrath first to control enemies, then use Blood Wyrm to increase his attack speed and finish them off.
HP / 5 sec
Mana / 5 sec
Zanis’s greatest achievement was undoubtedly his brave endeavor in saving the valuable life of the imperial successor.
Since then, the people living on the slopes of Chang-Pan took pride in themselves for being in the birthplace of Zanis, the most respected legendary Dragoon respected by all. Even the undefeated Peerless Warlord, Lu Bu, paid his respects to Zanis. “The swing of his spear is like that of a dragon: both furious and graceful. True fear is reflected in the eyes of his enemies when they face the spear in action.” His prowess in battles and tactical brilliance could not be denied by any, not even his greatest enemies.
“I’m not a fighter,”
Zanis once whispered. Even the wise Zhuge Liang, nicknamed the Crouching Dragon, noticed he was growing weary of the battles. Zhuge Liang could not let Zanis’ potential go to waste, so he continued appointing Zanis tasks and missions, leaving him no time to second-guess himself. Regardless of Zanis’ feeling towards combat, they never outweighed his loyalty to the emperor or the love of comrades.
“I may have grown weary of battle, but I’ll always tend to my duties and fight whenever I am needed.”