Have you ever heard the story of Statigar, the wizard who could create life? It is a long and fascinating tale.
Among his most worthy creations are the Garhiem dragons, an entire race craftered for a specific purpose. During the fourth Awe’Ten’Mir war, he needed a new form of artillery, one that could appear out of nowhere and decimate the archer legions of his rival Saw’Do’Mir.
After Statigar vanished, the Garhiem dragons were free. Together, they built a new dragon city high upon the peeks of the Sareem Steps. Priding themselves on being the most cooperative of dragons and built for war, they actively sell their services to power hungry mages, who resemble their beloved creator.
Charges up when you hold down the button. On release, Shoots an intense ball of Flash Fire. On hit, it detonates, with damage, blast radius and blind duration based on how long it was charged.
Charges up when you hold down the button. On release, teleports you in the direction you’re looking, damaging enemies near the destination. Distance and damage depend on how long it was charged.
Charges up when you hold down the button. Shoots an orb of energy that binds a friend or foe in a force shield that stops them from moving, and makes them invulnerable for 4 seconds.
Grabs an opponent and drags them for 4 seconds. Any damage done to the Garhiem will damage the unit it’s dragging instead.
Slight of Tail
Steals 20 gold from the target.
The King of initiators. A skilled Garhiem dragon can port into a group of enemies and decimate them with its golden fire, and with some tricky maneuvers, might even survive the ensuing battle. They aren’t good for dps though.