Age of Magic hero Aratar
The legendary deeds of this courageous warrior are known even on the most remote shards of Arrat.
Skills
Attributes
Shards
Lore
Main
Defence
Attack
Basic
Rank
Attribute
Rating
Value
Hit points
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Speed
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Armor
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Magic damage resistance
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Basic damage
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% critical hit chance
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Critical damage
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Rank
Attribute
Rating
Value
Hit points
???
% physical damage absorbed
???
Armor
???
% magic damage absorbed
???
Magic damage resistance
???
% physical dodge
???
% magic dodge
???
% physical fortitude
???
% magic fortitude
???
Rank
Attribute
Rating
Value
Basic damage
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% armor and magic resistance penetration
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% critical hit chance
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Critical damage
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Rank
Attribute
Rating
Value
Speed
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Intelligence
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Strength
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Dexterity
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Skills data: v1.9
Aratar skill Chieftain Strike
Basic7
Aratar skill Blood of Chieftains
Special7
Aratar skill Steel Cleaver
Special7
Chieftain Strike
Basic attack with a two-handed sword.
Basic damage
???
Age of Magic Melee Damager
Triggers Melee Damager class mark.
Blood of Chieftains
Restores 25% of his maximum HP and increases attack and dodge chance by 24% for 2 turns. Increases the initiative of all allied Barbarians by 40%.
Ability cooldown
5
Hit points restoration
???
% increase of damage
24
% dodge bonus
24
Effect duration
2
Steel Cleaver
Makes a powerful strike against an enemy and decreases their armor by 50% for 2 turns.
Ability cooldown
8
Basic damage
???
% armor decrease
50
Effect duration
2
Age of Magic Barbarians
Triggers Barbarians faction mark. Decreases the target speed by 20% for 2 turns.
Age of Magic Melee Damager
Triggers Melee Damager class mark.

Aratar is the Melee Damager of the Barbarians

Aratar is the son of Barbarian chief. He was to marry Bellara, the shaman’s daughter. They were to give birth to children, maintain the hearth of the family tent and lead the tribe as their ancestors did before. However, the girl had other plans for her life. Bellara left her own remnant, taking with her a powerful artifact — the Horn of Arekhon.

Aratar experienced fury, resentment and disappointment. He vowed to find a runaway and return the item to his tribe. Aratar said goodbye to his family, left the bracelet of the heir to his younger brother and went on a journey through the remnants. Quest dragged on for long years. During this time Aratar happened to be a mercenary, a captain of pirates, a treasure hunter, a thief and even a prince of the forbidden city. And most importantly — he has seen the world of remnants and grown from a boy to a man.

Aratar’s clothes and equipment are the same as those of his native tribe’s warriors — a simple loincloth on leather belts, high boots, a shoulder-strap and a sword. Aratar relies on his speed and strength much more than on any armor.