Goddess of Wisdom

Class / Pantheon: Guardian / Greek

Gem Cost: 200

Difficulty: Easy

Pros: High Crowd Control, High Defense

Favor Cost: 5500

Release: May 6, 2013

Athena Card Art
Stats [Per Level]

Health: 500 + [100]

Mana: 190 + [34]

HP5: 8 + [0.90]

MP5: 4.60 + [0.42]

Physical Protection: 20 + [3.2]

Magical Protection: 30 + [0.9]

Auto Damage: 35 + [1.50]

Movement Speed: 365

Attack Speed: 1.00 + [1.20%]

"Reach forward and taunt the opposition. Teleport and support your allies."

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Passive: Reach

After using any ability, Athena's next Basic Attack is a ranged attack, hitting all enemies it passes through, and dealing an additional +15% of her Magical Power as damage. Reach's damage will trigger Basic Attack Item Effects, but not Ability ones.

Ability Type: Passive

Ability 1: Preemptive Strike

Athena powers up for a dash. While dashing, Athena will pass through minions, stop and hit the first enemy god she encounters, dealing damage and slowing all she hits. If she hits an enemy, Athena gains one stack of Block (max 3), absorbing the next Basic Attack from any god that hits her.

Damage: 80/130/180/230/280 (+50% of your magical power)

Slow Duration: 2.25s

Cost: 60/70/80/90/100 mana

Slow Amount: 25%

Ability Type: Dash

Cooldown: 14 seconds

Ability 2: Confound

Athena releases a shockwave of power from her shield, Taunting enemy gods, and forcing them to fight or chase her.

Taunt Duration: 1.0/1.25/1.5/1.75/2.0s

Cost: 60/65/70/75/80 mana

Ability Type: Cone

Cooldown: 18 seconds

Ability 3: Shield Wall

Athena summons a group of Athenian warriors who do damage upon arrival, and after 2s strike for additional damage.

Initial Damage: 70/110/150/190/230 (+50% of your magical power)

Ability Type: Ground

Cost: 60/65/70/75/80 mana

Secondary Damage: 70/135/200/265/330 (+50% of your Magical Power)

Radius: 15

Cooldown: 14 seconds

ULTIMATE: Defender of Olympus

Athena picks a single allied god anywhere in the world, and launches herself up into the air, landing next to that god 4.2 seconds later. During that 4.2 seconds, the allied god mitigates 20% of the damage they're taking. Enemies nearby when Athena lands take damage.

Damage: 350/430/510/590/670 (+90% of your magical power)

Ability Type: Global

Cost: 80/90/100/110/120 mana

Allied Mitigation: 20%

Radius: 20

Cooldown: 110 seconds


In war, there are two kinds of soldiers: those that fight for blood, and those that fight for honor. The first crave the clash of steel and smell of slaughter, the latter know the wisdom of justice, the kindness of mercy, and that life should never be taken wantonly. These different warriors seek different Gods. Ares, God of War revels in the bloodletting, but his sister, Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, is patron to those who fight with dignity, and only when there is no other alternative.

Favored daughter of Zeus, wise as ten thousand scholars, just as the scales themselves; Athena is a paragon of incorruptible virtue, and worshipped with righteous fervor. So revered is she that Athens, greatest city in all the world, is named for her, and regal temples adorn the countryside in her honor, each tended by loyal priestesses. To Athena, a life is a precious thing that need not be wasted in frivolous battle. Bloodthirsty Ares, on the other hand, is reviled by their father and chained by his ravenous subjects.

At the Siege of Troy, Ares disobeyed Zeus and joined with the battle, fighting for the mortal Trojans. Athena rose to stop him, indirectly championing the Greeks, but directly keeping the order of divine law. Their fierce battle clashed in unspeakable proportions, ending only when [[Ares]) limped from the battle field, cowed by his sister and rival. With Ares diminished, the tide of the war shifted and the heroes of the Greek Army toppled Troy.

In times of war, prayers are sent to both Gods. Ares, for bloodstained victory, Athena for honor, valor, and the wisdom to fight with dignity. Make no mistake, these are times of war, and [[Ares]) has already answered the call to arms. Athena, ever cautious with lives, goes to battle without eagerness, but solemn necessity, for the Goddess of Wisdom knows honor is for the living. The dead have no need of it.


Defend Olympus

As Athena get a kill with the damage from Defender of Olympus

Face Me

As Athena Taunt three ore more enemies with one confound.