The Messenger of Elysium
Attack Range: Melee
- Attack Damage
- Ability Damage
Cooldown: 7 sec
Mana Cost: 45
Zephys lunges forward, dealing 190 +173 physical damage to enemies along the path. His next normal attack deals 85 +259 physical damage and reduces enemy movement speed by 25% for 2 seconds.
Cooldown: 8 sec
Mana Cost: 75
Zephys unleashes a series of rapid attacks, dealing 80 +60 physical damage with each attack to the enemies in front of him. Each hit on an enemy hero restores 28 +20 HP to Zephys.
Death from Above (Ultimate)
Cooldown: 18 sec
Mana Cost: 135
Zephys attacks from above, dealing 370 +242 physical damage to enemies in the target area and knocking them into the air for a brief period. Enemies hit are inflicted with the Thundercrash debuff and takes an additional 30 +22 magic damage when hit by Zephys’ normal attacks and abilities.
Unwavering Death (passive)
Every 3% of HP lost grants 1% damage reduction.
Zephys passive allows him to keep fighting even with very low HP. Purchase equipment that boosts his survivability. Death’s Flurry causes a lot of damage, but make sure to aim it properly to deal as much damage as possible to multiple enemies.
HP / 5 sec
Mana / 5 sec
“You cannot outrun Death. IT cannot be tricked, bargained with, or intimidated. Run, and you’ll only die trying.”
Some cultures told stories of angels or Valkyries that came to lead the dead to the afterlife; however, it was actually Lord Zephys who ferried souls to his domain with a chilling west wind.
Steadfast and meticulous in his duty, Zephys personally harvested the soul of every mortal. In the final terrifying moment of their lives, it was his towering figure that came to rip their spirits from the bodies, so they would face judgment in the underworld. Admired by few and envied by none, he carried the mantle of the harvester with unrivaled dignity, for only he understood the calamity that would ensue should he falter.
In times of war, Zephys led his undead army at the front; his ranks ever growing as he reaped.
“Run, walk, or crawl, death comes for us all.”