Towering Titan

Towering Titan

Info

Rarity
Epic
Overall rating
Type
HP
Element
Void

Characteristics

HP
23790
Attack
760
Defense
958
C. Rate
15%
C. Damage
50%
Speed
98
Resistance
45
Accuracy
0

Skills of Towering Titan

Shieldsplitter

Shieldsplitter

Attacks 1 enemy. Has a 40% chance of placing a 60% [Decrease DEF] debuff for 2 turns.

Flailing Assault

Flailing Assault

Cooldown: 4 turns

Attacks 4 times at random. Has a 50% chance of placing a [Provoke] debuff for 1 turn.

Bullish Vitality

Bullish Vitality

Cooldown: 5 turns

Places a 60% [Increase DEF] buff on all allies for 2 turns. Places a [Shield] buff on this Champion equal to 30% of their MAX HP for 2 turns.

Battle Brothers

Battle Brothers

Cooldown: 2 turns

Will transfer 50% of the damage inflicted on Cagebreaker to this Champion during battle.
(Only available when Cagebreaker is on the same team. If multiple Cagebreakers are on the team, this Champion will only transfer the damage from one of them.)

Increases Ally HP in all battles by 25%

Aura

Increases Ally HP in all battles by 25%

Lore

Captured by the Dark Elves, these two ogryn brothers were meant to be little more than cattle for the arena. Though they have proven to be far more skilled and resilient than their captors imagined. By their combined skill and teamwork, the Cagebreaker and the Towering Titan – as they became known to the audience – not only survived, but managed to gain something of a following. Still, their ultimate fate was decided and the two relentless brothers were to meet their end at the hands of the reigning Champion, Grandhammer. Or so it was planned by the slavemasters. Grandhammer himself had little desire to keep on shedding blood in the name of slavers that kept him bound and tortured with unspeakable magic. Thus he hatched a plan to escape, one that he managed to share with his would-be opponents the night before the grand performance. Though less than keen on such risk at first and suspecting cowardice, the ogryns were convinced in the end and agreed to follow Grandhammer’s lead. When the time came, they staged bloody and ruthless combat against each other, distracting arena guards. At the same time, Grandhammer and other gladiators attacked their tormentors, and soon enough both Cagebreaker and Towering Titan joined their fellow slaves in that uprising. Once free, they chose to return to their tribe, bearing masterfully crafted gladiator armour and weapons the Dark Elves equipped them with. Such mighty defenders are sure to dissuade further slaver raids against their kin.

Ratings of Towering Titan

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 Towering Titan.

T6: Warmaster or Giant Slayer?

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

Clan Boss

We recommend using Warmaster, the skill Shieldsplitter hits 1 time, which will benefit more to Warmaster than Giant Slayer.

Arena

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

Masteries for Towering Titan

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

Fusions

Towering Titan
This champion used to be fused as part of the Foli fusion!
Towering Titan
This champion used to be fused as part of the Tormin the Cold fusion!

Updated on 2021-02-21