Attack / Sec
| Bonus Omi 1: Reach Level 6
| Bonus Omi 2: Reach Level 14
| Bonus Omi 3: Obtain 300 Mana/MP5 from items
| Basic Attack Healing: 1 (+0.2 per level) every 0.5s and 10% Increased Healing for 7s
Bouncing Bubble / Moonstrike
Moonstrike: Yemoja calls upon the Moon to deal damage to enemies below. The inner strike is the largest, dealing full damage and stunning all enemies and enemy structures hit.
Bubble Damage: 30 / 65 / 100 / 135 / 170 (+30% of your Magical Power)
Slow Duration: 1s
Inner Damage: 50 / 90 / 130 / 170 / 210 (+40% of your Magical Power)
Outer Damage: 20 / 40 / 60 / 80 / 100 (+15% of your Magical Power)
Stun Duration: 1s
Cost: 2 Omi
Once the wave reaches an ally it bounces to all nearby allies healing and shielding them for 3s.
Damage: 50 / 80 / 110 / 140 / 170 (+40% of your Magical Power)
Bonus Damage To Shields: 2 / 2 / 2 / 2 / 3x
Heal: 30 / 55 / 80 / 105 / 130 (+15% of your Magical Power)
Shield: 30 / 55 / 80 / 105 / 130 (+15% of your Magical Power)
Cost: 3 Omi
Yemoja can place the ring at a maximum distance to reverse the direction.
Movement Speed: 10 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 30%
Protections: 20 / 25 / 30 / 35 / 40 Physical and Magical Protections
Slow: 20% for 2s
Ring Duration: 6s
Cost: 3 Omi
Yemoja gains a buff to her Omi regeneration while she is in the river field that lingers briefly after she leaves it.
Damage: 240 / 305 / 370 / 435 / 500 (+70% of your Magical Power)
Initial Slow: 90% decreasing by 30% each second
Slow Duration: 3s
Omi Regeneration: 1 extra every 2 seconds
Buff Duration: 4s after leaving the area
As such, she considers herself the caretaker of all that lives. She cares deeply for all of her children, be they mortal or god, comforting them and cleansing them of their sorrows. At Yemoja’s blessed touch, wounds are healed and sickness is cured.
But even her kindness has its limits and should she be roused to anger, she becomes as violent and as destructive as the most turbulent of floodwaters. All who would dare stand against her are swept aside by her roaring fury. To challenge Yemoja is to challenge the river itself. But like the rivers, Yemoja has ever followed her own course.
She keeps to her spheres of influence and attends only those who seek out her blessings. Content in her solitude, she has maintained her distance from the affairs of the gods, for war does not interest her and she has power enough to suit her. But the advent of Olorun has changed things and even rivers must turn with the will of the heavens.
And now, as her children cry out for aid, the river rises and Yemoja rises with it.