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Odin Guides

  • Odin

    Melee Tank

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Level 1 Per Level Level 20 Level 1 Per Level Level 20
Health 475 86 2109 Attacks per second 0.95 0.01 1.14
Mana 195 32 803 Magical Power 0 0 0
Movement Speed 350 0 350 Physical Power 38 2 76
Range 12 0 12 Magical Protection 30 1 49
HP5 9 0.63 20.97 Physical Protection 17 3 74
MP5 4 0.40 11.6

Birds of Wisdom

Birds of Wisdom


Odin's ravens scout an increased radius around himself, doubling his minimap vision radius and giving visibility to enemies within that radius.


Skill Key 1

Mana 70/75/80/85/90 Cooldown 15/14/13/12/11
Odin lunges to his target location, doing 140/180/220/260/300 (+40% of your physical power) physical damage to all nearby enemies.
Odin's Shout

Odin's Shout

Skill Key 2

Mana 60 Cooldown 20/19/18/17/16
Odin gives a commanding roar, rallying his allies. Odin and his allies gain an attack speed buff of 15/25/35/45/55% for 7 seconds.
Gungnir's Might

Gungnir's Might

Skill Key 3

Mana 65/70/75/80/85 Cooldown 15/14/13/12/11
This power, while used passively, provides 20/30/40/50/60 protection form physical attacks and 5/10/15/20/25 HP5. Upon activation of this power, he does a sweeping melee attack that does 70/115/160/205/250 (+100% of your physical power) physical damage and slows all enemies around him by 30% for 2 seconds, but lose the passive bonus while on cooldown.
Ring of Spears

Ring of Spears

Skill Key 4

Mana 100 Cooldown 75
Odin summons a wall of spears, blocking all normal movement. Odin gains +60 protection, +35/55/75/95/115 physical power and immunity to stun/fear/silence/root while inside the ring. Pressing the button again will bring down the ring.

Mightiest of the Aesir, warrior and king, the All-Father is a doomed God.

It seems strange to imagine a God concerned with his fate, but Odin regularly consults the volva, the seers in the North. They speak of a final war, Ragnarok, when the mightiest Gods are slain and the world is consumed by the sea. For this day, Odin constantly prepares.

The All-Father can trace his lineage to the evil Frost Giant, Ymir, whom he slew with the aid of his two brothers, Vili and Ve, and with his remains forged the world. Atop Asgard, where Odin presides, he is known as the bringer of war, a sage of wisdom, and the keeper of souls slain in battle.

As a warrior, Odin rides his eight legged steed, Sleipnir, and wields the mighty spear Gungnir. Accompanying him are two wolves and his trusted ravens, Huginn (thought) and Muninn (memory), who fly around Midgard and return to Odin with all they see and hear.

As a Sage, Odin travels disguised as a simple wanderer, seeking wisdom. His thirst for knowledge has come at great personal cost, having been hanged from the branches of Yggdrasil, the world tree, for nine days and nights and sacrificed one of his eyes to the Well of Wisdom.

As keeper of souls, Odin welcomes slain warriors to his mighty hall of Valhalla on the agreement they will aid him to Ragnarok. Favored female warriors become his elite Valkyrie that usher those worthy of entry to Valhalla.

It is in preparation for the final days of Ragnarok he does all this. For the seers claim his death will come at the fangs of the great wolf Fenrir, and like anyone, Odin seeks to change his fate. Yet, never once have the volva been mistaken.