Discipline Shaper - Steadfast
Raina uses Discipline to cast her abilities. Raina heals 10 (+1.5 / level) each time she successfully basic attacks. The amount is doubled against Shapers and has a 6 second cooldown.
Raina charges at target enemy and swings her shield, dealing 65 / 100 / 135 / 170 / 205 (+0.5) physical damage to all enemies in front of her and knocking them back. Generates 5 Discipline per target hit (max 20).
Bastion of the North
Passive: Raina's discipline gives her strength, increasing her Armor and Magic Resistance by 9 / 13 / 17 / 21 / 25. Active: Raina forms her shield and focuses on target enemy, granting her vision and increasing all damage she deals to them by 5 / 7.5 / 10 / 12.5 / 15 % while draining her Discipline. In addition, Raina takes 10 / 13.75 / 17.5 / 21.25 / 25% % less damage from enemies in front of her.
Raina slams the ground, launching a shockwave at target enemy that deals 50 / 85 / 120 / 155 / 190 (+0.4) physical damage and reduces their movement speed by 30% for 3 seconds before splitting and hitting up to 3 other enemies behind the first (90 degree cone), dealing 50 / 85 / 120 / 155 / 190 (+0.4) physical damage to each. Generates 5 discipline per target hit.
Raina throws her hammer, Wisdom's Reach, in target direction. Upon hitting an enemy shaper, or at max distance, it emits a blast of force dealing 150 / 225 / 300 (+0.7) physical damage to all enemies in the area and stunning them for 1.5 seconds.
Dear Queen Sereyn, Thank you for the recent shipment of books; I've long since finished the ones I brought with me. I was delighted to see you included the latest collection of "Shades of Dusk." You know me so well. I did keep it out of sight from our entourage. I can't imagine what my brother would say if he caught me blushing over such a tawdry work. Please find in my correspondence our first batch of notes on the flora and fauna of the holy woods. The collection at the abbey has proven quite inadequate. I've begun to suspect some of them might have been outright fiction. For example, I have yet to see a single horse with a horn on its head. There are, however, little blue creatures that resemble grumbling mushrooms. I don't recall any mention of them at all. I suppose it's possible that the blue fungus ate all the horned horses. I'll need to test this hypothesis. I'm sure one of your guards will be happy to loan me a charger and some glue. Speaking of my research, the next time you send us supplies, would you be able to include Kerbelle's "A Brief Treatise on Successful Personal Interactions?" It's clearly been too long since I've read it, because I've had no success at all befriending the local peasants. Just yesterday I asked one of the herdsmen a simple twelve-part question on taxonomy of a local fruit-bearing shrub, and all he said in reply was, and I quote, "They's (sic) good eating. Wait until they turn blue." It's in my quarters, sixth bookcase from the door along the right-hand wall, third shelf from the top. Whoever fetches it will need a ladder. Your Faithful Student, Raina Tallund