New Tower of Ascension Season is kicking off today and we’ve released a new balance patch to prepare our Minions and Heroes for it! Read on to find out what has changed as we head into a new 4-week battle for Ascension!
- Base Health: 850 → 705
- Base Damage: 215 → 205
We want the Frost Imp to be more about his ability - as a neutral spell of sorts, and less about being a body that can stand toe to toe with other 3 mana units. He was doing a bit too well as the latter.
- Base Health: 770 → 585
- Base Damage: 305 → 310
Elite Warriors have been over-performing in terms of win rate and usage for a while. While we want the warriors to be mighty, having a card that populates all 3 lanes with very fast and tanky units feels like it does too much at once. So we decided to tone down on the tankiness a bit, and make them feel closer to 3 Swordsmen. We’ll continue monitoring their performance.
- Cooldown: 40s → 35s
Soul Burn has been suffering for a long time for the fact it’s more difficult to set up than other damage spells, and that it needs an investment in leveling up before its cooldown reaches comfortable cadence.
- Base Health: 6520 → 6480
- Base Damage: 5930 → 6480
Here we are doubling down on one of our previous changes to Colossus in trying to open it up more as a combo, portal rushing unit, hopefully resulting in some exciting matches.
- Base Health: 485 → 480
- Base Damage: 130 → 145
Boosting Alchemist’s damage to 145 will mean that he is able to one-shot a pack of Skeletons of the same Level and Power. We eventually decided that giving our Heroes the tools to handle skeleton swarm cards is important, even if it does once again make our little Goblin a staple.
- Base Health: 520 → 670
- Base Damage: 175 → 185
- Base Heal: 150 → 210
Healing is a concept that hasn’t been explored enough in our game. We aim to try to explore that space, and see if this produces interesting combos that revolve around maintaining more tanky units on the field.
- Cooldown: 30s → 35s
Versatility and raw power of Rhii’s Power has been overperforming for a while, and we felt it should be available a tad less often.