Tracer

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Tracer
Tracer
Basic Info
Title Agent of Overwatch
Role Assassin Assassin
Franchise Overwatch Overwatch
Type Ranged
Release Date April 19, 2016 (Pre-Release)
April 26, 2016 (Full Release)
Base Stats
Health 1255
Health Regen 5.22
Energy 0
Energy Regen 0
Armor
Speed 0
Attack Speed 8
Attack Range 5.5
Attack Damage 28
Stats per level
Max Health 4
Health Regen 4
Ranged Damage 0
Splash Damage 0
Max Energy 0
Energy Regen 0
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Tracer, the Agent of Overwatch, is a ranged assassin hero from the Overwatch universe. Lena Oxton (call sign: Tracer) is an adventurer and an irrepressible force for good. With the ability to alter her own time at will, she fights the good fight wherever she goes – even the Nexus. Bending space and time, Tracer is an extremely mobile and deadly teammate. Don’t worry, loves. The cavalry’s here.[1]

Tracer is a mobile Assassin who picks off straggling enemies, finishing them off.

Background[edit | edit source]

Overwatch This section concerns content exclusive to the Overwatch universe.

The former Overwatch agent known as Tracer is a time-jumping adventurer and an irrepressible force for good.

Lena Oxton (call sign: "Tracer") was the youngest person ever inducted into Overwatch's experimental flight program. Known for her fearless piloting skills, she was handpicked to test the prototype of a teleporting fighter, the Slipstream. But during its first flight, the aircraft's teleportation matrix malfunctioned, and it disappeared. Lena was presumed dead.

She reappeared months later, but her ordeal had greatly changed her: her molecules had been desynchronized from the flow of time. Suffering from "chronal disassociation," she was a living ghost, disappearing for hours and days at a time. Even for the brief moments she was present, she was unable to maintain physical form.

Overwatch's doctors and scientists were stumped, and Tracer's case seemed hopeless until a scientist named Winston designed the chronal accelerator, a device capable of keeping Tracer anchored in the present. In addition, it gave Tracer the ability to control her own time, allowing her to speed it up and slow it down at will. With her newfound skills, she became one of Overwatch's most effective agents.

Since Overwatch's dissolution, Tracer has continued to right wrongs and fight the good fight wherever the opportunity presents itself.[2]

Abilities[edit | edit source]

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D
Reload
Cooldown: 1 seconds
You can Basic Attack while moving, and after attacking 10 times you need to reload over 0.75 seconds. You can manually reload early by activating Reload.
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Q
Blink
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Dash towards an area. Stores 3 charges.
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W
Melee
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Deal 557 (265 + 4% per level) damage to a nearby enemy, prioritizing Heroes. Gain 5% Pulse Bomb charge when damaging an enemy, and 10% against Heroes.
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E
Recall
Cooldown: 26 seconds
Return to the position you were at 3 seconds ago, refill your ammo, and remove all negative status effects from yourself.
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R
Pulse Bomb
Fire a short range bomb that attaches to enemy units if you hit them. The bomb explodes after 1.5 seconds dealing 1226 (444 + 5.5% per level) damage to them and 613 (222 + 5.5% per level) damage to other nearby enemies.This Ability is slowly charged over time by dealing damage to enemies with Basic Attacks and Melee.

Talents[edit | edit source]

1
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Pulse Strike
Increases Melee's Pulse Bomb charge from 10% to 20% against Heroes.
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Slipstream
Increases the amount of time Recalled by 1 second.
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Tracer Rounds
Your Basic Attacks reveal enemies for 4 seconds.
4
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Parting Gift
Recall leaves behind 3 bombs that deal 526 (250 + 4% per level) damage each to different targets.
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Is That a Health Pack?!
Increases Regeneration Globe and Healing Fountain healing by 100%.
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Untouchable
❢ Quest: Takedowns increase your Basic Attack damage by 2%, up to 30%. These bonuses are lost on death.
7
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Jumper
Increases Blink's charges by 1.
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Bullet Time
Basic Attacks lower the cooldown of Blink by 0.1 seconds.
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Spatial Echo
Hero Takedowns grant 2 charges of Blink.
10
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Sticky Bomb
Increases Pulse Bomb's radius by 50% and enemies hit are slowed by 70% for 3 seconds.
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Quantum Spike
Pulse Bomb deals an additional 10% of the primary target's maximum Health.
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Pulse Rounds
Increases Pulse Bomb's range and charge rate from Basic Attacks against Heroes by 100%.
13
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Bullet Spray
Increases Melee's radius by 40%, and causes it to damage all enemies in range.
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Ricochet
Your Basic Attacks have a 50% chance to hit another nearby enemy, prioritizing Heroes.
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Leeching Rounds
Your Basic Attacks against Heroes heal you for 20% of their damage dealt.
16
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Sleight of Hand
Reduces Reload time by 50%. This equals 20% more damage per second.
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Focus Fire
If an entire ammo magazine is unloaded on an enemy, the last bullet will deal 191 (91 + 4% per level) bonus damage. This is equal to 35% of the total magazine.
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Locked and Loaded
Reactivate Reload within the last 50% of its cast time to increase your Basic Attack damage by 40% for that magazine.
20
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Get Stuffed!
Reduces Melee's cooldown by 3 seconds. Hitting an enemy with Melee who is stuck with a Pulse Bomb causes the bomb to instantly explode and knocks the target away from you.
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Total Recall
Recall's cooldown is increased by 8 seconds, but it heals you equal to the amount of Health you lost during that time.
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Composition B
If you successfully stick a Pulse Bomb to an enemy Hero, you also drop another one at their feet that deals 50% damage and explodes slightly earlier.

Skins[edit | edit source]

  • Agent of Overwatch
    • Backstory: Lena Oxton (call sign: "Tracer"), is both an adventurer and an irrepressible force for good. With the ability to alter her own time at will, she fights the good fight wherever she goes -- even the Nexus. Don't worry, loves. The cavalry's finally here.
    • Price: 10,000gems / 9.99gold, or free with the purchase of Overwatch: Origins Edition.
  • Master Master
    • Backstory: Tracer's teleporting fighter, the Slipstream, disappeared during its initial test flight. The unexpected discovery of its engine within the Nexus has allowed her to significantly bolster her weaponry.
    • Price: 10,000gems (requires Hero Level 10)
  • Epic Spectre
    • Backstory: While terrazine exposure greatly enhances psionic powers, Tracer's ability to manipulate her own space-time is considered a unique gift even among her fellow Spectres.
    • Price: $9.99 / 8.99€
    • Skin Features: Themed abilities, altered voice-over. Basic Attack, Blink, Melee, Recall, and Pulse Bomb have holographic orange effects.
    • Note: This skin theme is part of a shared theme of other franchises merging into StarCraft skins.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Tracer was the first hero from the Overwatch franchise to enter the Nexus, and she appeared in Heroes of the Storm a month before Overwatch was released.
  • Tracer is voiced by British drama actress Cara Theobold.
  • Tracer hails from London, England, and is 26 years old.[2]
  • It was revealed that Tracer would be added to Heroes of the Storm at BlizzCon 2015.[3]
  • Those who prepurchased a digital copy of Overwatch: Origins Edition gained access to Tracer on April 19, 2016. She became available for sale to everyone as of April 26, 2016.[1]

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