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Gulbrand the Destroyer

Gulbrand the Destroyer 0

Gulbrand the Destroyer 1

Gulbrand the Destroyer 2

Hero Information
Hero Number 7
Damage Type Melee Hero Icon
Area Type Ground Hero Icon
Abilities
20 Frozen Blade Chesterson Gold x1.1 x1.21
60 Harden Chesterson Gold x1.1 x1.21
100 Merciless Blunder Chesterson Gold x1.1 x1.21
200 Terror Shock Chesterson Gold x1.1 x1.21
500 Icy Plague Chesterson Gold x1.1 x1.21
999 Evolve I
1,000 Armor Strike All Damage x1.2 x1.44
1,999 Evolve II
2,000 Chesterson Gold Chesterson Gold x1.3 x1.69
3,000 All Damage All Damage x1.4 x1.96
4,000 Chesterson Gold Chesterson Gold x1.5 x2.25
6,000 All Damage All Damage x2 x4
Stage Unlock and Hero Cost
Stages Unlocked
Hero Costs
- Stage? Normal 2.688M
- Stage? Evolve 1 1.68e042
- Stage? Evolve 2 2.83e076
- 8,200 Ascended 4.00e558
- 8,600 Asc. Evolve 1 6.24e595
- 9,200 Asc. Evolve 2 1.05e630
 

Lore

"​Gulbrand the Destroyer travelled far from the cold country, in search of a new land to claim for his nomadic people. Gulbrand will use his destructive blade to raze the land and drive out its inhabitants, creating a new home for his warrior tribe.

He is known by many names across the lands. Some call him "Frost Demon", while others say "Ice Giant", but in this land they simply call him, "Invader".  The warriors of this land are flashy, loud and arrogant, but it does not save them on the battlefield. Their blood would run ice cold from fear of the Invader.

The soothsayers had told Gulbrand of this land, that it was fertile and would lead to an age of prosperity for their people. He planned to make this their permanent home and put an end to the long, hard travel that his people are forced to constantly endure.

Gulbrand's raiding parties were prepared to strike from all angles and, with superior tactics, would have the advantage. This, however, was before tragedy struck. Grulbrand watched as his people were torn from him by a colossal, grinning Titan. Gulbrand now carries on as his people always have, forced into an alliance with the very people whose homeland he planned to take for his own."