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These type of heroes are expected to perform just an average game performance because of their abilities and powers lower than the higher tier heroes.


Assassins have the highest damage output. Jungling is a good way for them to farm fast. Assassins have high mobility and burst on single targets but can often be weak when soloing lanes early on. In the early game they can level up quickly by killing creeps and find chances to kill single enemies by teamwork with allies in the same lane

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On the battlefield, noble blood won't give you a second life.

I have no tolerance for betrayal!

Young man, are you having fun?

I've never told him this, but I do see a bright future in Gusion.

Perhaps I'm born to bear the weight.


People regard me as an impalpable shadow.

Above the rest, that's where we Paxleys deserve to be.

Out of evil deeds comes a greater good.

Back Story

An infant's cry shattered the silent dawn of Castle Aberleen. House Paxley, the most powerful and influential duchy in the Moniyan Empire, finally had an heir. The child's father of Duke Paxley named him Aamon, and soon his younger brothers were born on after another. But as the eldest son and the family heir, Aamon had been subject to more strict discipline since his childhood. He was never allowed to be as free-spirited as his brother  Gusion, and since as early as his boyhood, he'd been occupied with studies and official duties all day. Aamon did not only learn the things required for a normal nobleman. His father Duke Paxley also secretly teach him the spell that was only passed down to the family's direct descendants. It was a devious, ruthless spell that killed people neither honestly nor honorably. Aamon once felt skeptical because the secret family spell didn't match the honorable history of House Paxley that believed in the Lord of Light, and for this, he went out of his way to read on the family history. However, fate didn't allow him to find any answer. The year when Aamon just turned 18, his father who had high hopes for him went missing along with his mother in a sandstorm while visiting Altair. After his father's presumed death, Aamon had to bear the heavy responsibilities of the family as the young heir and become the head of House Paxley. Aamon showed a degree of maturity that a young man like him barely had, whether it was due to his father's teachings or the heavy burdens of the family. He was passionate in social circles but cold and aloof when facing his political enemies. He displayed a perfect noble gentleman's kindness in politics, but on the battlefields, he seemed like a ghoul casting merciless spells. To most people who'd worked with him, Aamon was a shadow that could never be caught. After the late Duke Paxley was presumed dead, Aamon was not only left with the responsibilities of the entire family, but also his younger brothers and sisters. In fact, he was not as mysterious and inscrutable as others saw. His intention was surprisingly simple: the duty of protecting House Paxley had been engraved in his mind since he was the heir, so his family and the blood ties were everything to Aamon. No matter what evil deeds or good things he'd done, they’d all been for one purpose – the future of House Paxley. Aamon once thought that protecting he house and protecting his families were completely the same, until one day, the curse from the ancient prophecy befell his younger brother,  Gusion... Aamon never showed it to anyone, but among all his brothers and sisters,  Gusion had been the one he'd paid the most attention to. Because Aamon saw the qualities that he didn't possess on  Gusion – he was a free-spirited rebel who'd wreak havoc without a second thought. But Aamon didn't dislike his brother for it, and he thought maybe they were supposed to resemble each other as brothers, except that he had no choice but to turn into the person he was now. Whenever he looked at  Gusion, he seemed to see the person he could have been. Therefore, even though the entire Moniyan Empire knew that Aamon had a trickster good-for-nothing brother, he'd never discipline Gusion about his delinquent behaviors. Even one time when little  Gusion accidentally cut Aamon's face with a knife, leaving a permanent scar on his cheek, Aamon only patted him and didn’t say anything more. Of course,  Gusion didn't dare to bring any sharp objects near his respectable brother even again. As the heir of the family, Aamon had heard about their ancestors' prophecy from his father since still young. He knew that whoever in House Paxley had a dark mark appearing on their body would be attached by the deity. So, when he found the mark on  Gusion, he immediately made the decision to imprison him and cut out all the connection between him and the outside world, temporarily preventing the other family members from finding out about the changes on  Gusion. Aamon was engrossed by immense pain afterwards.  Gusion's existence was without a doubt a sword of Damocles hanging above House Paxley, but Aamon didn't want to kill his brother. However, what he did to protect  Gusion didn't buy them much time. A few days later, the elders of the family found out about  Gusion's secret and soon arrived at the place where  Gusion was held. And they were obviously not here to spare  Gusion's life. The situation didn't allow Aamon to hesitate any longer, so he made the decision to ask the servant who'd been watching over  Gusion to free his brother in secret. But rather than just letting  Gusion roam free, Aamon had been keeping an eye on his brother, and as expected, his wayward brother didn't follow his order and stayed in hiding in Castle Aberleen instead. The young Duke Paxley let out a sigh and decided to do it himself – to find the root of the dark-mark curse and save his brother, while putting an end to the fetters of tragedies that had confined their family for centuries.
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