Cupid   Builds & Guides

Cupid Builds & Guides – Smite Source Guru Fire

Favor: 5500
Gems: 200

Cupid Statistics

445 (+72)
230 (+39)
365 (+0)
55 (+0)
0.95 (+1.8)
Attack / Sec
35 (+ 2.3) + 100% of Physical Power

Cupid Skills

Cupid Skill Lovestruck


Every hit with a basic attack gives Cupid a Heart Stack that increases the damage or healing of his abiities. Heart Bomb and Fields of Love will always consume the Heart Stacks and at 8 stacks they will have additional effects.

Ability Type: Buff
| Damage per Stack: 2%
| Stun Duration: 1s
| Max Stacks: 8

Cupid Skill Heart Bomb

Heart Bomb

Cupid fires an arrow of love at the target, causing damage when it hits and slowing them. After a short time, the targets heart explodes, dealing the damage again to the target and all enemies within the radius. If Cupid has Lovestruck fully stacked then all enemies in the explosion radius are Stunned for 1s. Minions take an additional 50% damage from the initial hit and the explosion.

Ability Type: Projectile
Damage: 50 / 80 / 110 / 140 / 170 (+75% of your Physical Power)
Damage (Both Hits): 100 / 160 / 220 / 280 / 340 (+150% of your Physical Power)
Slow: 20%
Time to Detonate: 3s
Radius: 25
Cost: 70 / 75 / 80 / 85 / 90
Cooldown: 12s

Cupid Skill Share The Love

Share The Love

Cupid places 3 floating hearts at his ground target location that heal himself or allied gods when picked up. Cupid regenerates mana for each heart that is picked up by an ally.

Ability Type: Ground Target
Heal per Heart: 30 / 50 / 70 / 90 / 110 (+20% of your Physical Power)
Mana Regen per Heart: 30
Heart Lifetime: 8s
Cost: 50
Cooldown: 14s

Cupid Skill Flutter


Cupid flutters quickly forward, leaving a trail behind him that increases all allies’ movement speed. Cupid also gains passive attack speed with this skill.

Ability Type: Dash
Movement Speed: 30%
Attack Speed (Passive) : 4 / 8 / 12 / 16 / 20%
Trail Lifetime: 6s
Cost: 70
Cooldown: 16 / 15 / 14 / 13 / 12s

Cupid Skill Fields Of Love

Fields Of Love

Cupid fires arrows of love at his ground target location slowing enemies in the area and crippling them, preventing movement abilities. The arrows grow and explode, dealing damage and mesmerizing enemies. Any damage done breaks the effect. If Cupid has 8 stacks of Lovestruck, he gets an extra Mesmerize time.

Ability Type: Ground Target
Damage: 220 / 300 / 380 / 460 / 540 (+100% of your Physical Power)
Slow: 35%
Mesmerize: 1.5 / 3s
Radius: 35
Cost: 80 / 90 / 100 / 110 / 120
Cooldown: 100s

Cupid Lore

An arrow from the bow of Cupid, chubby little God of Love, will make anyone give in to passion and desire.

Cupid, as he was called by the Romans, is the son of Venus and Mars, or Aphrodite and Ares as they were known by the Greeks. He is the God of love and desire, flying about on feathery wings, shooting passion-tipped arrows at all the creatures of the earth. When struck with one of his arrows, man and beast alike fall in love with the next thing they see. Without Cupid’s steady aim, there would be no love in this world, which is precisely what happened when Cupid fell in love himself.

Psyche was a mortal of astounding beauty, which made Venus venomously jealous. Venus ordered Cupid to sting her with an arrow, then arranged for Psyche to fall in love with a spider. Invisible, Cupid reluctantly went to Psyche as she slept, yet, she woke suddenly and saw right through Cupid’s invisibility. Surprised, Cupid cut himself on his own arrow and fell immediately in love with Psyche.

Furious, Venus would not let Cupid marry Psyche, so Cupid stopped shooting arrows, people stopped falling in love and stopped worshiping Venus. Panicked, the Goddess of beauty relented and Cupid went back to work. Psyche was whisked to a secret location. Cupid visited her only at night so she could not see who he was. Fearing him to be a terrible monster, Psyche waited for Cupid to fall asleep and lit a lantern. Surprised at what she found, she accidentally scraped one of Cupid’s arrows and fell in love with him.

Venus was displeased and forbade Psyche to see her son, forcing her to complete a series of impossible challenges that Psyche overcame only with mystical help. Finally, Cupid begged Jupiter (Zeus) to intervene. Casually, he declared Psyche and Cupid could be together. Thus, Cupid fed Psyche the drink of ambrosia that made her immortal and the God of love got to live happily ever after.