Lunara

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Lunara
LunaraArt.jpg
Basic Info
Title First Daughter of Cenarius
Role Assassin Assassin
Franchise Warcraft Warcraft
Price 625Gem.png / 7,000Money.png
Release Date December 15, 2015
Base Stats
Attack Type Ranged
Health 1488
Health Regen 3.10
Resource 500 Mana
Armor 0
Attack Speed 1.11
Attack Range 5.5
Attack Damage 94
Data Page

Lunara, the First Daughter of Cenarius, is a ranged assassin hero from the Warcraft universe. Most dryads are fierce protectors of the forest, preferring to spend their days keeping watch over the trees. Lunara, however, has ventured out of the woodlands she once called home, turning her ferocity—and her spears—toward any who would seek to exploit nature's bounty.[1]

Lunara is an agile ranged attacker who effortlessly bounds in and out of the fray, doling out the fury of the wilds without prejudice. Those who snap even one twig underfoot will quickly be met by a volley of twisted spears and afflicted by deadly, debilitating toxins that will make them easy prey. Once crippled by her poisons, enemies will be left with nothing from their encounter with Lunara but a flash of hooves, the flicker of leaves, and the haunting memory of her distant laughter.[1]

Lunara is a sustained Assassin who can wear down her enemies from afar with her poison.

Background[edit | edit source]

Warcraft This section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft universe.

The enchanted dryads are the daughters of the night elf demigod, Cenarius. The playful, frolicking creatures vaguely resemble centaurs (their cursed cousins), but have bodies more akin to woodland fawns. They are swift and sure and are at peace with all of the children of the forest. Though they abhor unnecessary violence, the dryads will defend the wildlands of Kalimdor with their lives if need be.[2]

The dryads watch over the shadowed forests of Kalimdor. Fleet-footed, clever, and playful, they protect their home with tender loving care. But where her sisters are the delicate flowers of the deep forest, the dryad Lunara, first daughter of the demigod Cenarius, is the thorn that guards them. Lunara nimbly strikes from afar, withering her enemies with toxins, then bounds away before anyone can lay a hand on her. Take care if you face her in the Nexus, or Lunara will make an endangered species out of you![3]

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Nature's Toxin Icon.png
Nature's Toxin
Passive: Your Basic Attacks and damaging Abilities poison their target, dealing 71 (34 + 4% per level) damage a second for 3 seconds. Every additional application increases the duration by 3 seconds, up to a maximum of 9 seconds.
Noxious Blossom Icon.png
Q
Noxious Blossom
60 Mana Cooldown: 8 seconds
After 0.5 seconds, cause an area to explode with pollen dealing 351 (167 + 4% per level) damage.
Crippling Spores Icon.png
W
Crippling Spores
40 Mana Cooldown: 10 seconds
Enemies currently afflicted by Nature's Toxin have its duration increased by 3 seconds and are slowed by 40% decaying over 3 seconds.
Wisp Icon.png
E
Wisp
30 Mana Cooldown: 30 seconds
Spawn a Wisp to scout an area. Can be redirected once active. Lasts 45 seconds.
Relocate Wisp Icon.png
E
Relocate Wisp
Cooldown: 5 seconds
Orders your Wisp to move to a new location.
Thornwood Vine Icon.png
R
Thornwood Vine
35 Mana Cooldown: 15 seconds
Send forth vines that deal 360 (171 + 4% per level) damage to all enemies in a line. Can hold 3 charges.
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R
Leaping Strike
50 Mana Cooldown: 20 seconds
Leap over an enemy, slowing them by 80% for 0.35 seconds and attacking for 594 (286 + 4% per level) damage. Has 2 charges.
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Z
Dryad's Swiftness
Lunara moves 20% faster by leaping short distances.

Talents[edit | edit source]

1
Blossom Swell Icon.png
Blossom Swell
Increases Noxious Blossom's radius by 20%.
Photosynthesis Icon.png
Photosynthesis
Crippling Spores returns 10 Mana per enemy hit, up to 40 Mana.
Natural Perspective Icon.png
Natural Perspective
Nature's Toxin reveals enemies for its duration.
Cruel Spores Icon.png
Cruel Spores
When Crippling Spores hits only Minions or Mercenaries, its cooldown is reduced by 80% and 20 mana is restored.
4
Nimble Wisp Icon.png
Nimble Wisp
Increases Wisp Movement Speed by 100% and vision radius by 50%.
Timelost Wisp Icon.png
Timelost Wisp
Wisp costs no Mana and its cooldown recharges 125% faster while no Wisp is active.
Skybound Wisp Icon.png
Skybound Wisp
Wisp can see over obstacles and reveals the area for 4 seconds after dying.
Dividing Wisp Icon.png
Dividing Wisp
The first time you relocate a Wisp it leaves a copy of itself in the previous location.
7
Siphoning Toxin Icon.png
Siphoning Toxin
As long as you have Nature's Toxin active on an enemy you heal for 40 (19 + 4% per level) Health a second.
Wild Vigor Icon.png
Wild Vigor
Using Crippling Spores increases the damage of your next 4 Basic Attacks by 50%.
Splintered Spear Icon.png
Splintered Spear
Using Noxious Blossom causes your next Basic Attack to hit up to 4 enemies. These extra attacks can apply Nature's toxin.
Nature's Culling Icon.png
Nature's Culling
Increases Nature's Toxin's damage by 150% to non-Heroic enemies.
10
Thornwood Vine Icon.png
Thornwood Vine
Send forth vines that deal 360 (171 + 4% per level) damage to all enemies in a line. Can hold 3 charges.
Leaping Strike Icon.png
Leaping Strike
Leap over an enemy, slowing them by 80% for 0.35 seconds and attacking for 594 (286 + 4% per level) damage. Has 2 charges.
13
Pestering Blossom Icon.png
Pestering Blossom
Increases Noxious Blossom's range by 50%.
Unfair Advantage Icon.png
Unfair Advantage
Nature's Toxin deals 50% more damage to Heroes that are slowed.
Giant Killer Icon.png
Giant Killer
Basic Attacks against enemy Heroes deal bonus damage equal to 1.5% of the Hero's maximum Health.
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Greater Spell Shield
Every 30 seconds, gain 75 Spell Armor against the next enemy Ability and subsequent Abilities for 1.5 seconds, reducing the damage taken by 75%. Can be toggled to allow or prevent this talent from triggering automatically.
16
Choking Pollen Icon.png
Choking Pollen
Increases Noxious Blossom damage by 125% against enemies afflicted with Nature's Toxin.
Star Wood Spear Icon.png
Star Wood Spear
Using Crippling Spores increases your Basic Attacks range by 50% for 6 seconds.
Invigorating Spores Icon.png
Invigorating Spores
Using Crippling Spores increases your Attack Speed by 50% for 6 seconds.
Let Them Wither Icon.png
Let Them Wither
Increases Crippling Spores' slow to 50%, and causes it to no longer decay.
20
Forest's Wrath Icon.png
Forest's Wrath
Increases Thornwood Vine's range by 30%, its speed by 20%, and your vision radius by 35%.
Boundless Stride Icon.png
Boundless Stride
All Leaping Strike charges are returned every 20 seconds. You can also use Leaping Strike on allies.
Galloping Gait Icon.png
Galloping Gait
Cooldown: 30 seconds
Activate to increase the Movement Speed bonus of Dryad's Swiftness to 80% for 6 seconds.
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Abolish Magic
Cooldown: 35 seconds
Target an Ally to remove all damage over time and disabling effects from them and yourself. For 2 seconds after, the duration of disabling effects is reduced by 50%.

Skins[edit | edit source]

Lunara Skins
 
Rare Lunara
Backstory: While her younger sisters frolicked in idyllic forests, Lunara watched as mortals exploited nature's splendor. On Azeroth, her father Cenarius forbade her from retaliating. But this is the Nexus, and it's time for nature to take its revenge.
Lunara First Daughter of Cenarius.jpg
750Gem.png / 10,000Money.png
First Daughter of Cenarius
Lunara Autumn.jpg
Free
Autumn
Lunara Frost.jpg
Free
Frost
Rare Sentinel
Backstory: Lunara watched as the betrayer Malfurion's fel magic consumed her beloved wilds. When High Priestess Shadowsong called upon the dryads to join the Sentinels, she was the first to volunteer.
Notes: This skin theme is part of a shared theme of Warcraft alternative shared history skins.
Lunara Sentinel.jpg
Shard.png 100
Lunara Sentinel Blood.jpg
Shard.png 100
Blood
Lunara Sentinel Enchanted.jpg
Shard.png 100
Enchanted
Lunara Sentinel Dark.jpg
Shard.png 100
Dark
Rare Warden Lunara
Backstory: When the war was finally over, the Betrayer Malfurion sat in chains. Unable to return to an idyllic life in the wilds, Lunara joined the Watchers in order to keep an eye on their accursed prisoner.
Notes: This skin theme is part of a shared theme of Warcraft alternative shared history skins.
Lunara Warden.jpg
Shard.png 100
Lunara Warden Gray.jpg
Shard.png 100
Gray
Rare Wild Champion
Backstory: As her power grew, Lunara began to hear the wilds of the Nexus crying out for a champion. They granted her untold power, and she granted them ruthless protection.
Lunara Wild Champion.jpg
Shard.png 100
Lunara Wild Champion Northern.jpg
Shard.png 100
Northern
Lunara Wild Champion Floral.jpg
Shard.png 100
Floral


Lunara Event Skins
 
Epic Winter Veil (Winter Veil)
Backstory: Lunara, the festive Dryad, has a very pointy spear. And if you ever see it, you should prob'ly run in fear.
Features: Themed abilities.
Notes: This skin theme is part of a shared theme of holiday skins.
Lunara Winter Veil.jpg
Shard.png 600
Lunara Winter Veil Mistletoe.jpg
Shard.png 600
Mistletoe
Lunara Winter Veil Snowfall.jpg
Shard.png 600
Snowfall

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Lunara represents the dryad unit from Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos (2002).
  • After being introduced in Heroes of the Storm, Lunara went on to appear in World of Warcraft: Legion (2016).
  • Lunara is voiced by Amy Walker.
  • Lunara was one of the four heroes revealed at BlizzCon 2015.[1]
  • Lunara's father named her after her grandmother.[4]
  • The Enchanted Sentinel Lunara skin might reference the Enchantress from the MOBA Dota 2.
  • The Autumn Lunara skin references the season of autumn.
  • The Floral Wild Champion Lunara skin references the season of spring.
  • One of Lunara's gag quotes references the dryad saying 'I'm so wasted, I'm so wasted' from Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos.

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