Attack Range: Long Range
- Attack Damage
- Ability Damage
Cooldown: 8 sec
Mana Cost: 65
Azzen’Ka summons the shifting sands to attack his enemies dealing 370 +0 magic damage and knocking them into the air.
Cooldown: 6 sec
Mana Cost: 70
Azzen’Ka sends a Dust Devil towards his enemies, bouncing between them and dealing 235 +0 magic damage. The same target can be hit up to 2 times, only taking 60% damage the 2nd time.
Sand Wraith (Ultimate)
Cooldown: 35 sec
Mana Cost: 150
Azzen’Ka calls forth the hand of shifting sands, dealing 200 +0 magic damage initially. The sand then starts to rage, continuously dealing 140 +0 magic damage to enemies within the target area and slowing their movement speed by 60%.
Sand Trap (passive)
Azzen’Ka’s abilities apply a Sand Trap stack on the enemy after reaching 3 stacks. The enemy will be petrified and suffer 150 +0 magic damage
When using Azzen’Ka, pay attention to enemy positioning so you can chain your attacks. Perform a combo of normal attacks to trap them with his passive and follow it up with Dust Devil.
HP / 5 sec
Mana / 5 sec
“I am one with the wind and the sand.”
A mysterious being, Azzen’Ka wandered the desert and was worshiped as a god by some. Anyone who wished to pass through the desert must make an offering to him or be forever lost. The treacherous terrain has isolated the desert from the rest of the world, and the endless storms have prevented the other gods from entering, leaving him as the true ruler of the desert.
Thane had more than once led his army into the desert in an attempts to conquer this sandy realm beyond the control of the gods. However, failure after failure had made it clear that Azzen’Ka had nothing to fear from anyone in his domain. Even the Grim Reaper himself had no choice but to admit that the desert was beyond his control. Although he was confident he could defeat Azzen’Ka, he did not consider himself capable of pacifying the sandstorms.
Numerous writings accused Azzen’Ka of being evil, yet travelers reported that he would guarantee their safety as long as they make an offering to him. This made him more honest and trustworthy than any of the gods in the heavens. It was for this reason that opinions of him were extremely polarized. Some feared and respected him as a god, while others simply loathed him. Azzen’Ka, of course, could not careless.
“The gods are forbidden from my domain.”