Divines of the East Class Spotlight: Leaf Elf

NGames, a leading online games publisher, has today released the third and final playable character class spotlight for upcoming free-to-play side-scrolling RPG, Divines of the East

Coming soon to Game321.com, Divines of the East is an upcoming free-to-play side-scrolling RPG 2D browser game that throws players into an ancient world brought to life with gorgeous, painstakingly hand-drawn graphics inspired by ancient Asian mythology. Strange and powerful creatures, Eastern-themed locations, and an exciting storyline are all awaiting players in Divines of the East; an RPG set to offer gamers a thrilling and truly unique taste of the Orient.

Having already introduced the Sword Saint and Eidolon classes, NGames has today released details of the third and final playable class of Divines of the East: the mischievous Leaf Elf.

Small and carefree, the Leaf Elf is surprisingly aloof when it comes to battle. But do not be fooled - behind that innocent appearance lies the power to instantly turn the tide of any battle.

As Divines of the East's support class the Leaf Elf is blessed with the power of nature, allowing them to call upon nearby trees, plants, and animals to both hinder foes and support allies with heals and buffs. On the brink of death, it only takes one well-timed intervention from a Leaf Elf to turn a certain loss into a victory.

The Leaf Elf is an intrinsic member of any well oiled team, calling upon the full force of nature to unleash a plethora of special skills. By commanding Poison Ivy with a Star God Whisper, a Leaf Elf can deal magical damage to any target it wishes, adding some additional poison damage for good measure that causes the target to lose HP every 4 seconds.

Utilizing a concoction of Flowers grown by the Wood God allows Leaf Elves to quickly heal their ally with the lowest HP during battle; or, by seeking the Blessing of the Wood God instead, completely remove all debuffs from their team.

Leaf Elves are also in tune with the animal kingdom. Calling upon the strengths of Deers, Bears, and Macaques allows a Leaf Elf to grant a team permanent stat increases, buffing their agility, stamina, and dodge abilities.

Great for casual and tactically minded players, the Leaf Elf can create shields, silence enemies, restore all Mana Points to teams, and more.

The Leaf Elf may be small in stature, but its support power is unrivalled. Will you grow into a powerful Leaf Elf when Divines of the East launches this Summer?

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Divines of the East is coming soon to Game321.com. Publisher NGames will be releasing more information in the coming weeks.

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About NGames:

NGames Limited specialize in the development, operation, and promotion of online games.

Thanks to a research & development operation focused on creating and launching original content, years of online experience, and an array of stunning titles, NGames are firmly established as one of the most recognised publishers operating today.

Ngames are leveraging the power of their established Game 321 brand, building a large-scale integrated entertainment platform with the ultimate goal of providing users with premium online gaming content, visually stunning animation, as well as a social networking service. Game 321 operates under a one-account-for-all-games system, meaning any user who signs up for a free account can experience all of the action without the need to constantly re-register their details.

 


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