An Orcish warrior who traveled the world alone for many years. Known across the land for defeating many legendary creatures.
Attack Range: Melee
Deals Physical Skill damage to the target Legion (Damage Factor 370, scales with Physical ATK) and gains Rampage, increasing all damage dealt by 8% for
- Skill Damage Factor: 300 / 370 / 440 / 510 / 600
- Damage bonus: 4% / 8% / 12% / 16% / 20%
All infantry units in this Legion gain 3% Physical ATk and 3% DEF.
- Infantry unit Physical ATK bonus 3% / 4% / 6% / 8% / 10%
- Infantry unit DEF bonus: 3% / 4% / 6% / 8% / 10%
When Bakhar’s Legion is attacked, they have a 10% chance to inflict Gloom on the target, reducing their ATK by 5% for 4s. This effect can be triggered once every IOS.
- ATK reduction: 5% / 10% / 15% / 20% / 25%
Reduces Hero Skill damage taken by the Garrisoned Army by 4% while garrisoned in a City or Stronghold and increases healing by 4%.
- Skill Damage Taken reduction: 4% / 6% / 8% / 11% / 15%
- Healing granted bonus: 4% / 6% / 8% / 11% / 15%
Unlock after Hero Level reaches 30 and Star Rating reaches 4.
When Bakhar’s Legion has less than 50% units remaining, it has a 50% chance to inflict Bleed on the target Legion when counterattacking, dealing Physical Skill damage (Damage Factor 200, scales with Physical ATK) every second for 3s.
Can be Awakened once Hero Level reaches 40, and all the Hero’s Skills are upgraded to the maximum level.
Recommended Bakhar’s Talent Trees
“Battle-mad” is the first impression that many have of Bakhar. A member of the Grayclaw Clan, this Orcish warrior cares for only one thing—battle, and becoming stronger. On seeing a worthy opponent, he cannot stop himself from demanding a duel. In combat, he gives his all.
Bakhar left home by himself, travelling across the world for many years to challenge himself in feats of battle. In the countless places he has been, stories rebound of his exploits. It is said he once cut off a head from a nine-headed serpent and bathed in its blood. There is, of course, a degree of exaggeration to this story. As a result, many cannot believe that the ordinary-looking Orc they see in front of them is the subject of such legends.
When Bakhar was born, the shamans of his clan said that his life was cursed, and proclaimed that his days would be short. His parents hoped that he might be able to spend his short life in peace and security, but Bakhar was not willing to do this. He became the apprentice of his clan’s greatest soldier, and became a heroic warrior.