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Purifying Blade


50 %
3.2 %

Attack damage

Ability effects


Base Growth
HP 3269 + 192.8
Attack 177 + 17.9
Defense 89 + 18.6
Resistance 50 + 8.5

Hero   tips

Pay attention to where the enemy is facing, because Quillen is deadly from behind. When necessary, use Decimate to move behind the enemy.
Spinal Stab
Attacks made behind the enemy have a 100% chance to strike critically with a base damage of 125%, and an additional 0.5% for every 1% critical chance Quillen gains. None of the attacks made in front of the enemy will be critical strikes. The highest amount of damage dealt to non-heroes is capped at 1,500.
skill 1
Mana cost: 0
Quillen attacks twice in the target direction, dealing 175 (+97) physical damage.
skill 2
Mana cost: 0
Quillen moves in the target direction rapidly and attacks a nearby enemy after reaching his destination, dealing 350 (+177) physical damage and marking the target for 10 seconds. Each time Quillen attacks the marked target, the target's movement speed is reduced by 50% for 1 second and the cooldown for Decimate is reduced by 1 second. Quillen also takes 30% less damage from the marked target. Only one enemy can be marked at any given time.
skill 3
Mana cost: 0
Quillen enters stealth after a short charging time. While in stealth, he gains 40% movement speed and recovers 100 (+44) HP every 0.5 second for 3 seconds. When he launches an attack, he comes out of stealth, gains 150 attack damage and 30% movement speed for 1 second when he damages an enemy target. Passive: Refreshes cooldowns of all abilities when killing a hero or completing an assist.
summoner 1
Deals 800 true damage to nearby minions and monsters and stuns them for 1 second.
summoner 2
Instantly attacks a nearby enemy hero and deals damage equal to 16% of the HP the enemy hero has lost as true damage.

Hero   Story

“The survival and dignity of mankind is solely reliant on swords and guns.”
Quillen is the rising political star in the Free Federation. Young, handsome, sophisticated, composed, erudite, eloquent and cunning at the same time, Quillen would have been on his way to the top of authority had he not been radical on his political stance.
However, Quillen never planned on changing his standpoint. After all, he is still much younger than those aged politicians. In other words, he has the time and patience to wait until the senile ones retire, or even meet their end. Quillen has a mixed feeling about his decision and laments the fact that mankind does not have a long lifespan.
The difference of lifespan fully embodies human’s individual quality. Compared to other intelligent beings, humans do not have the ability to pass on their potentials and are not blessed by magic talents. In times of chaos, it is necessary for humans to depend on the protection of the Holy Hall to secure their land, food and lives.
“Nowadays, even though we humans have occupied most of the continents and mastered magic and technology that is on par with the divine power, we are still facing threats from other species. From demons in the abyss and the elves in the woods to demigods in the Holy Hall, they have what it takes to wipe out all human beings. We have to stay alert. The allies today might be our enemies tomorrow!”
This was part of Quillen’s speech during the promotion of “Theory on Foreign Threats”. Starting out as an ordinary citizen, he works his way up in his political career. His political standpoint not only wins the voters’ recognition, but also earns the support from the radicals. But more importantly, he received the invitation from the “Shadow Hand”.
“Purge the aliens! Cleanse the world!” As an extreme racist organization, the Shadow Hand advocates even more radical concepts than Quillen does. They believe that violence is the only means to eradicate those imposing threats to mankind, so that humans can obtain absolute control of the world.
Quillen does not reply the envoy from the mysterious organization right away. He is thrilled at the offer as he is able to work with those who share his thoughts, but he also realizes that he still lacks the power and strength to reach his ultimate goal. He simply cannot afford to put all his eggs in one basket.
The envoy seems to have anticipated the outcome, so he presents on a desk a series of proofs manifesting the power of the organization. From politics to economics, and technology to military, members of this mysterious organization are virtually everywhere.
The envoy’s sincerity and the desk of proof seems to affect Quillen’s thinking: he can almost envisage a bright future ahead of him. At that moment, in order to achieve his dream, he has to take risks.
Since then, being a councilor in the federal committee is just a disguise. To Quillen, recruiting new members for the Shadow Hand and training killers are his main duties to pledge allegiance. In return, the organization paves the way for his career, thus pushing him all the way up to the leading position.
Quillen, a decent, discreet politician by day, and an extremist who does what it takes to exterminate every alien by night, lives under his motto: survival of the fittest!