Strong heroes are also parf of meta champions and it is preferred to be selected at the beginning of matchmaking. They are the kind of heroes that can change the fate of the game in good hands.
Exp Lane: Fighters rely upon leveling up fast to take advantage. Take the EXP Lane to level up faster and fight for the first Turtle. Fighters and some Tanks can both fight and tank and level up quickly by killing the Siege Minions that offer EXP. This can be a great help to the team in the early game and can help build up better solo capabilities in the mid and late game.
Not the tallest, but the toughest you can find!
What's the fun in doing things the easy way?
Enough said, let's get cracking!
Old Aulus, still has a few tricks to show!
Goodbye, old friend.
Old Aulus isn't old after all.
All their weaknesses must be exploited.
It started with the ferocious little leonin.
In Aulus’ home stored a powerful battleaxe long forgotten by the Leonins. Legend has it that this battleaxe had fought alongside their ancestors and achieved countless feats, and within it lied great power. But after a century of peace and security, this weapon of war was gradually ignored and despised by the Leonins, and even worse, it became a farming tool used to chop firewood. But unlike his people, Aulus had been wishing that one day he’d become a respected warrior, like his ancestors as they held their battleaxe and fought valiantly on the battlefield. And yet the battleaxe in his home was no different than an ordinary axe, and holding it felt like holding a large chunk of iron with its unusually heavy weight. Even so, Aulus firmly believed in the legend of the battleaxe and carried it with him wherever he went. Every time he patrolled the Leonins’ territory with his battleaxe, he felt the axe looked a bit mightier and he was one step closer to achieving his dream. Therefore, Aulus patrolled like a warrior every day without failing, come what may. However, the other Leonins laughed at him for his daily patrol, saying that Aulus was as plain ordinary as his axe and yet always daydreaming of being a legendary hero, only it was under the protection of the magic barrier. Seeing that his dream and ancestors’ honor was brought down and crushed, Aulus could bear no more and beat the Leonin who humiliated him, and his own people had since feared and alienated him. Aulus saw that instead of solving the problem, his rage further aggravated their misunderstandings, so he made the decision to leave the forest and go on an adventure with his battleaxe, to prove himself with great feats. Aulus suppressed his hot temper, trying to blend into the human society and look for opportunities to achieve his dream. But to his surprise, the outside world had lots of prejudices against the Leonins. Once Aulus wanted to follow the caravans to the Moniyan Empire and join the army, but the caravan leader said the small Leonins were better suited being jesters in the palace, instead of going to the battles. Aulus thus went north to Northern Vale, but they only hire him to clean up the battlefield. And when he finally had a chance to fight with the army, another soldier rubbed Aulus’ ear and said he reminded him of his cute kitten at home… All of this enraged Aulus, but he put up with it. He kept honing his battle skills and rushed to the frontline without fear, hoping that he’d one day be recognized at the triumphant ceremony. Yet on the ceremony he’d long been waiting for, the general gave the honor that should belong to Aulus to a rookie soldier. Aulus could bear it no longer and questioned him, and to his surprise, the drunk general answered honestly that he didn’t think a Leonin deserved to lead humans. No longer could Aulus tolerate all these prejudices. He left the camp overnight and headed to the Lantis Mountains with only one goal in mind – he would fight the demons to prove that a Leonin could become a great warrior too. Alone on the Lantis Mountains, Aulus faced a much more dangerous challenge than ever before. Standing in front of swarms of evil demons, he could no longer hold back the burning rage inside. After the lonesome, persistent journey full of his own people’s taunts, other races’ prejudices and the unfairness of the world, all the emotions he’d suppressed poured out into his battle with the demons. Strike after strike, the dark and dull battleaxe began to emit a glowing light as written in the legend – Aulus’ indomitable rage awoke the battleaxe that had been in slumber for a century! At that moment, Aulus felt power surging into both of his hands and the battleaxe was no longer heavy like iron. Surprised, he found the battleaxe alive and could keep enhancing as his rage increased. Aulus was beyond elated, and as if responding to his emotions, the battleaxe grew even brighter. They fought side by side and faced no opponent, the demons all turning into dust under the powerful axe before they could even flee. On the Lantis Mountains, another group were also fighting to prove their powers – Benedetta and her ranger squad, and Aulus joined them without much hesitation. He believed that through battles, he’d become a respected warrior one day. At this time, he’d no longer be fighting for himself, but to prove his strength to the whole Land of Dawn and to crush people’s prejudices against the Leonins.