Fallen Shaman

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Fallen Shaman
Targetinfopanel unit boe merc bruiser summoner.png
Merc Information
ID (Camp) MercSummonerDefender
Base Health (Camp) 4500
Base Damage (Camp) 100
ID (Captured) MercSummonerLaner
Base Health (Captured) 3000
Base Damage (Captured) 100
Attack Speed 0.8
Attack Range 5
Abilites Summons Fallen Hounds on lane
Capture XP 450 XP
Maps Battlefield of Eternity, Infernal Shrines
Spawns after 1:00 minutes
Respawn delay 4:00 minutes
Fallen Hound
Targetinfopanel unit boe merc bruiser thugpet.png
Merc Information
ID (Camp) MercSummonerDefenderMinion
Base Health (Camp) 1800
Base Damage (Camp) 30
ID (Captured) MercSummonerLanerMinion
Base Health (Captured) 650
Base Damage (Captured) 80
Attack Speed 1
Attack Range 1
Maps Battlefield of Eternity, Infernal Shrines
Spawns after 1:00 minutes
Respawn delay 4:00 minutes

Fallen Shamans are mercenaries found on Battlefield of Eternity and Infernal Shrines. They first spawn after 1:00 minutes into the game and respawn after 4:00 minutes.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The Fallen Shaman camp is made up of the Shaman himself, and 2 dogs. The camp is fairly hard to take and generally requires more than one Hero. The Shaman will summon new dogs periodically if his current 2 are killed. The Shaman will stay out of range of Towers and Forts the entire time, so unless you respond to him and kill him, you are relying on the minions to clear him and his dogs. This takes a very long time to make happen and because of this, the camp is the best at split pushing.

The Fallen Shaman also beats catapults if he is protected by a wave. While a Shaman camp doesn't do much more when you already took down a keep (it will quickly die to the Core), besides more aggressively pushing your wave, it is an essential defensive mercenary camp when you are under catapult pressure.

Common Camp Capture Timings[edit | edit source]

Background[edit | edit source]

Fallen society is tribal, and the Shamans are the rulers of their race. The role of Shaman is a coveted one, and only the bravest and smartest of the Fallen attain the coveted training required to rise to the position. Their mastery of fire is evident in the balls of flame that they cast to incinerate their enemies. Their magical abilities also allow them to raise their Fallen brethren from the dead, making the Shaman especially dangerous when traveling with large groups of Fallen.[1] The Fallen Hounds are commonly found among groups of the fallen and are utilized as guard animals, beasts of burden, or even food by their demonic masters. These beasts are loyal to a fault, regardless of the abuse heaped upon them.[2]

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