omniknightPurist Thunderwrath was a unbreakable-fighting, road-worn, intensely committed knight, under oath to the order in which he had grown up as squire to elder knights of great status. He had spent his whole life in the service of the Omniscience, the All Seeing One. Theirs was a holy effort, and so entrenched was he in his duty that he never queried it so long as he had the might to fight and the impulsive valour that comes with youth. However, over the long years of the crusade, as his elders deceased and were buried in regretful graves at the side of muddy tracks. As his union-brothers fell in battle to uncivilized creatures that renounced to bow to the Omniscience, as his own squires were masticated by ambush, pestilence, and bad water, he began to question the meaning of his vows–the significance of the whole crusade. After deliberation, he parted ways with his army and started a long trek back to the cave-riddled cliffs of Emauracus, and there he set a test to the priests of the Omniscience. No knight had ever questioned them before, and they tried to hurl him into the pit of sacrifice, but Purist would not be shifted. For as he faced them down, he began to radiate with a holy light, and they saw that the Omniscience had chosen to expose itself to him. The Elder Hierophant led him on a expedition of weeks down into the deepest chamber, the holy of holies, where stayed not some intangible concept of wisdom and insight, not some carved historical object requiring imagination to believe in, but the old one itself. It had not merely dwelt in those rocks for billions of aeons it had created them. The Omniscience had produced the immense mineral shell of the planet around itself, as a defense against the frequent terrors of space. Thus, the All Seeing One declared to have created the world, and given the other realities revealed to Purist on that day, the knight had no cause to contest the story. Perhaps the Omniscience is a fraud, deep in its prison of stone, and not the world’s creator at all, but Omniknight never again have issue with his faith. His campaign had importance at last. In addition, there can be no question that the celebrated powers that permeate him, and give his escorts such strength in battle, are real beyond any doubt.





Instantly heals a friendly unit and damages all nearby enemy units. Priests of the Omniscience are adept at removing impurities from fellow warriors.


Mana Cost: 100/120/140/160
Cooldown: 10
Ability: Unit Target
Affects: Allied Units
Heal/Damage: 90 / 180 / 270 / 360
Radius: 225 / 225 / 225 / 225



Creates a powerful divine ward that blocks most magic from affecting a target unit. When faced with the pit of sacrifice, Purist’s resilience to magic was tested and affirmed.


Mana Cost: 50/50/50/50
Cooldown: 14
Ability: Unit Target
Affects: Heroes
Duration: 6 / 8 / 10 / 12


Degen Aura

Greatly degenerates the movement and attack capabilities of enemy units that stray too near. The holy embodiment of Purist Thunderwrath is enough to weaken those of lesser faith.


Ability: Passive
Aura Affects:Enemies
Move/Attack Slow: 7% / 14% / 21% / 28%
Radius: 315 / 315 / 315 / 315


 Guardian Angel

Omniknight summons a Guardian Angel that grants immunity from physical damage and greatly increases hit point regeneration of nearby allies. The All Seeing One casts down his protection over those that Purist calls friend.


Mana Cost: 125/175/250
Cooldown: 150
Ability: No Target
Duration: 5 / 6 / 7
Health Regen: 25 / 25 / 25
Radius: 600 / 600 / 600