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|Realm||Tuatha Dé Danann|
|Motto||There is no fool like a dark fool.|
Dark Fools use the power of their reed pipes to confuse, mislead, and attack their enemies. They are true tricksters, using a combination of sound and magic to create illusions, deceptions, and inspiring melodies to encourage members of their Realm. Their pranks and practical jokes have a very dark side, and their mind-affecting powers make the Dark Fools feared across the world.
History[edit | edit source]
Sample Components[edit | edit source]
|Deceptive Siphon (Song)
Drains health from nearby enemies with more total remaining health than the user and distributes it between the user and their nearby group members.
|Expulsive Laugh (Shout)
Purges a high amount of power from a physical buff from each nearby enemy and increases the panic rating of targets affected.
|Trick of Blood (Shout)
Grants the user’s group members a death buff that increases damage against bleeding targets. This effect also restores blood to the user when dealing damage to bleeding enemies.
Key Features[edit | edit source]
Drains remaining blood from the user to provide an aura that grants immunity to panic-increasing effects and suppression of shadow and chaos effects to the user and their nearby group members.
A large, ominously laughing shadow emerges from the user’s corpse and applies a shadow debuff over a large area that greatly reduces the movement speed and increases ability preparation and recovery times of enemies who have reached their maximum panic rating.
Banes and Boons[edit | edit source]
- Main Article: Banes and Boons
|Rueful Disappointment||The death of nearby enemies inflicts a mind debuff on the user that drains blood and stamina over time.|
|Self Sufficiency||The power of healing and cure effects on the user from outside sources are greatly reduced.|
|Precarious Balance||When the user inflicts a wound on an enemy, they cure one of their own wounds to the same body part|
|Indulgent Bereavement||When one of the user’s group members dies, the user gains a mind buff that greatly increases the power of their next song.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Dark Fool is derived from trickster fairy called Amadan Dubh from Irish folklore.
Revision History[edit | edit source]
- November 13th, 2015 - Dark Fools were revealed during the 7th week of the Fall Class reveals.
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