Harvest Jack

Harvest Jack

Info

Rarity
Legendary
Overall rating
Type
HP
Element
Spirit

Characteristics

HP
26925
Attack
859
Defense
925
C. Rate
15%
C. Damage
50%
Speed
102
Resistance
40
Accuracy
20

Skills of Harvest Jack

Leering Grin

Leering Grin

When attacked, decreases the duration of all buffs on the attacker by 1 turn.

Harvest of Fear

Harvest of Fear

Attacks 1 enemy 3 times. Each hit has a 25% chance of stealing 1 random buff from the target.
Each hit also has a 25% chance of placing a [Fear] debuff for 1 turn if the target has no active buffs.
This chance increases to 100% if all buffs were stolen from the target.
Damage based on: [ATK]
Level 2 Damage +5%
Level 3 Damage +5%
Level 4 Buff/Debuff Chance +5%
Level 5 Buff/Debuff Chance +5%

Dreams to Ash

Dreams to Ash

Cooldown: 4 turns

Attacks all enemies. Places a [Block Buffs] debuff for 2 turns on targets under [Fear] debuffs.
Removes any [Increase ATK] buff from the target and replaces them with a 50% [Decrease ATK] debuff for 2 turns. Removes any [Continuous Heal] buff from the target and replaces them with a 5% [Poison] debuff for 2 turns. The number of [Poison] debuffs is equal to the number of [Continuous Heal] buffs removed.
Damage based on: [HP]
Level 2 Damage +5%
Level 3 Damage +5%
Level 4 Damage +5%
Level 5 Damage +5%
Level 6 Cooldown -1

Lord of Terror

Lord of Terror

Cooldown: 5 turns

Attacks all enemies. Has a 75% chance of placing a [True Fear] debuff for 1 turn.
Also places a 30% [Decrease SPD] debuff for 2 turns and decreases each target’s Turn Meter by 15% if the [True Fear] debuff is placed.
Has a 75% chance of placing a [Sleep] debuff for 1 turn if the [True Fear] debuff is not placed.
Damage based on: [HP]Level 3 Damage +5%
Level 4 Buff/Debuff Chance +10%
Level 5 Buff/Debuff Chance +15%
Level 6 Cooldown -1

Lore

Teleria has always been rich in nightmares and things to be terrified of. Raiders and brigands, Siroth and his minions, ever-plotting the downfall and subjugation of the Mortal Realms, Undead that stalk the land on the darkest of nights in search of victims to feed on or enthral. But there is a being that true primal horror, made manifest. The superstitious peasants of Kaerok – where that being first appeared – call it ‘Harvest Jack’. In truth, references to an evil spirit nigh-identical power and appearance can be found in cultures far more ancient. But, for whatever reason, he disappeared from history and remained dormant until about three centuries ago. The name is no coincidence, for Harvest Jack had first been sighted during Lozrayn, a harvest festival originating in Kaerok. His motives and goals are unclear but always malicious one way or another. Jack has been known to play tricks on the unwary, seeking to scare them – some say that all of his victims die of fright and Jack devours their soul, which is not exactly correct – or manifest in the midst of the revelry to send the peasants scattering and stampeding in all directions. On occasion, however, this can turn into a slaughter without any rhyme or reason. Scholars theorize that Harvest Jack feeds on the fear of mortals and will do whatever it takes to bring about nightmares that will sustain him. The spirit always coalesces as a whirlwind of arcane energies or, perhaps, twisted animae pulled together into a single dark consciousness. His birth is described as a flash of blinding light, followed by the ghastly form materializing slowly. His pumpkin head twists and carves itself into a leering sneer of jagged teeth, his scythe burns with the cold flame of death, and his power twists benevolent magic until it withers and turns to harm those it was meant to empower. The last appearance of Harvest Jack had been widely reported upon, though details are scarce. Witnesses say that the malicious entity burst out of a pumpkin patch in the midst of a town fair and went on a rampage. Had four brave warriors not intervened, he would have caused a massacre of terrifying proportions. Yet even these noble souls were no match for the dark spirit, whose strength had grown boundless as Shadow reigned across Teleria. It took the personal appearance of the Arbiter who had resurrected her Champions and crossed her sacred sword with Harvest Jack’s wicked scythe to drive the revenant back. Since then, Harvest Jack often appeared beneath the full moon of cold autumn nights, ever hungering, ever searching for hapless mortals to sustain him. It is unclear if this kind of power can be trapped in a Shard, though if it can be, then the revenant’s dark powers will certainly be useful in the fight against Siroth.

Ratings of Harvest Jack

LocationRating
Campaign
ArenaOffensive:
Defensive:
Clan bossWithout T6 mastery:
With T6 mastery:
Ice Golem’s Peak
Dragon’s Lair
Spider’s Den
Fire Knight’s Castle
Minotaur’s Labyrinth
Force Keep
Magic Keep
Spirit Keep
Void Keep

Masteries advices

Advices regarding the mastery choice for Harvest Jack.

T6: Warmaster or Giant Slayer?

This is based on Warmaster or Giant Slayer? . Please refer to the article for more informations.

Clan Boss

We don't have enough information about Harvest Jack to determine whether he should have Warmaster or Giant Slayer as T6 mastery.

Arena

We recommend using Warmaster in the Arena, despite the number of hits any skill from Harvest Jack does.

Masteries for Harvest Jack

For Arena, Campaign, Faction Wars by ayumilove
For Clan Boss, Dungeons by ayumilove

Fusions

Harvest Jack
This champion used to be fused as part of the Harvest Jack fusion!

Great videos on Harvest Jack

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Updated on 2021-02-20