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[WAR Official News] The Red Duke's Abilities

Discussion in 'Warhammer News' started by WAR Stratics, Nov 4, 2012.

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    The Red Duke is lurking in the shadows. The legendary hero of the Vampire Counts is out for blood!
    The Red Duke's Abilities:
    [​IMG] Red Fury – Damage and self healing.
    [​IMG] Bloodbane – Sacrifices your hit points to deal high damage, increased against weakened targets.
    [​IMG] Blood Frenzy – Sacrifices your hit points to deal high area damage.
    [​IMG] Draw Blood – Area damage and self healing.
    [​IMG] Shadow's Swiftness – Sprint, and increases dodge chance.
    [​IMG] The Hunger – Stacking: 15% chance on hit and 100% chance on kill to increase the Red Duke's maximum hit points by 10. Stacks up to 100 times.
    [​IMG] Murderer – Passive: You deal more damage to Empire Heroes.

    Battle Strategy
    • While he has several powerful abilities with no cooldowns, the Red Duke pays the price in blood - he must sacrifice some of his own hit points to use his potent Bloodblade and Blood Frenzy.
    • The Red Duke's passive effect allows his maximum hit points to get higher and higher. Get enough kills and he'll become a nigh-unstoppable force of death!
    • While Shadow's Swiftness can be used for a speed boost, don't forget that it also grants the Red Duke an almost-certain chance to dodge. Deciding whether to use it early to get into the fight quickly or save it for a close moment later may mean the difference between life and death - or, well, between undeath and death.

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