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The 25 Characters of Battleborn: Rath


Battleborn is out on May 3rd and unlike most other games, it comes with 25 heroes for you to choose from. Since there are so many heroes we've decided to sum up each of their abilities in a separate article.

So which Badass are you?

Let's start with Rath


Jennerit Attacker, Rath, is Brutal, efficient, and deeply devoted to the art of combat.

In his past he served as elite guard to the Jennerit Empress, Lenore. He utilizes three energy blades to devastate his foes in close-quarters engagements. Not a vampire, though he gets that a lot.

Rath’s primary weapon is the Katanas and thanks to his focus on melee attacks his horizontal slashes can be chained together in combos, while his vertical attack offer a more powerful strike.

Rath's Abilities include: 

- Axiom and Order: Rath's primary melee attack can be chained multiple times for a quick combo. Rath's secondary melee attack conjures a powerful lightning bolt.
- Bladekeeper's Vestment: Rath's ceremonial Jennerit armor is sturdy enough to absorb plenty of damage, but light enough to preserve his speed and mobility.
- Crossblade: Rath throws energy blades forward a limited distance, dealing 208-280 damage.
- Catalytic Smash: Rath unleashes a shockwave dealing 139-187 damage directly ahead.
- Dreadwind: Rath spins into a whirlwind attack for 4 seconds, causing 41-68 damage per hit to enemies around him.
- Genetic Syphon: When Rath damages an enemy's health he steals health worth 10% of the damage from melee attacks and 10% of the damage from skill attacks.



As you may know, Battleborn's accelerated character growth system allows players to level-up a character from 1 to 10 and fully experience each hero's unique weapons and powers in a single story mission or multiplayer match.

This means you'll be able to make use of Rath's Helix abilities as you work your way through the levels.

Here's a quick look at Rath in action.





Edited On 27 Apr, 2016

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