"Still … ‘ungry."
Damage & Self-Healing
Juggernaut / Irongut
Ruthless on the battlefield, Drulg is a real Juggernaut. As expected from an Ogre, he has an unquenchable thirst for bloodshed as he smashes his way through the fights while breaking the bones in his way.
Drulg was announced at PAX East 2012 and was then released at the 10th of April, 2012.
Restless by nature, most Ogres earn their way as bandits or as part of a mercenary tribe. Each tribe is led by a Tyrant; the biggest and baddest Ogre around. Biggest and baddest that is, until the next challenger appears. As nearly all would-be Tyrants, Drulg won his moniker 'Kineater' in the guts out challenge that resulted in his ascension to tribal leader.
Faced with a much larger and more experienced opponent, Drulg's single advantage was an innate knowledge of how the reigning Tyrant thought. He was, after all, Drulg's father. To the dismay of all those present, the bone breaking battle reached its conclusion all too quickly with Drulg launching his way across the pit to latch onto his opponent and begin gnawing his way through the gut of his sire. It was an audacious move. One which no one had expected to see. Least of all his father.
Though the Tyrant successfully gouged out one of Drulg's eyes, the pain was no deterrent to the voracious Ogre. In fact his reputation as a 'kineater' has served him well. For any Ogre Bulls contemplating a challenge must first be willing to deal with his ruthlessness in the pit.
Unlike his sire, Drulg was not willing to spend his years leading a nomadic existence preying upon small farms and villages. The newly minted Tyrant, eager to capitalize on the skills which had won him his first Guts Out contest, soon embarked upon the mercenary path. It wasn't long before Drulg's Bonebreakers, as the tribe became known, began making a name for themselves. Of course their reputation was drawn in no small part from the utter voraciousness of their captain, Drulg Twoguts.
According to rumor, the iron gutplate resting atop of Drulg's extremely extended belly protect not one but two guts, each with its own distinct needs. One gut, it is said, has an unquenchable third for bloodshed. The other has a hunger so bottomless that Drulg is regarded with fear by other Ogre Tyrants during the annual feasts.
Those entering into a contract with Drulg can be sure of two things: one, the Ogre Tyrant and his mercenary tribe will stop at nothing to accomplish their goal. Two, if even the barest whisper of inability to pay their exorbitant service fee reaches Drulg, he will turn upon his employer with such eager violence that death will be the very least of their worries.
|Bash||Deals 33 damage and snares the target for 2 seconds. (0s cooldown, 5ft range)|
|Bonecruncher||Deals 72 damage, and for the next 5 seconds the target is dealt an additional 33 damage each time they are hit. (5s cooldown, 5ft range)|
|Bull Charge||You sprint for 4 seconds, Your next damaging ability, while sprinting, will deal an additional 72 damage and end this effect. (10s cooldown, self)|
|Tenderizer||Deals 150 damage, if target is knocked down you deal 300 damage. (15s cooldown, 5ft range)|
|Deafening Bellow||All enemies in front of you are silenced for 6 seconds. (30s cooldown, self)|
|Devourer||You regain half of your hit points when you kill an enemy.|
|Empowered||Your damage is increased by 3% per Ogre character in your group.|
- Drulg's passive Devourer effect gives him much more staying power when he's the one to get a killing hit. Be opportunistic - even as you fight one enemy, be on the lookout for someone weaker to switch to!
- Tenderizer deals exceptionally high damage to enemies that are knocked down. If a nearby teammate has a knockdown ability, hold back your Tenderizer and wait for the perfect moment.
- Bull Charge helps you get into the fight faster, but it also adds extra impact to your next hit. If you're already in close combat, you can still use it for the damage boost even when the sprint isn't needed.
- Drulg's massive Deafening Bellow is the ultimate answer to enemy groups that stack multiple casters. Talk to your team and make sure they're ready to take advantage of the helpless enemies before the effect ends!
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