New Immortal: Tutankhamun (shadow)
Infinity Kingdom has just released a new shadow element Immortal figure, Tutankhamun, with an ultimate ability called “Wrath of Horus” (Unleash 5 waves of energy to random enemies dealing physical damage of up to 250%, if a target has already been damaged, the next energy wave will deal double the damage). In this article, we will explore who Tutankhamun was in real life, what he can do in the game, and how important energy regen is for Immortals.
Tutankhamun was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who ruled from around 1332 BC to 1323 BC. He ascended to the throne at the age of nine and died at the age of eighteen, making him one of the youngest pharaohs to have ruled Egypt. His tomb was discovered in 1922 by archaeologist Howard Carter, and the discovery of the tomb and its treasures made Tutankhamun one of the most famous pharaohs of ancient Egypt.
Tutankhamun in Infinity Kingdom
In the game, Tutankhamun’s ultimate ability, “Wrath of Horus”, deals physical damage of up to 250% to random enemies. If a target has already been damaged, the next energy wave will deal double the damage. This ability is extremely powerful and can deal up to 2500% damage to the enemy.
Tutankhamun’s energy regen rate is 64.0, which is not the best but should not be a problem for him. Energy regen is an important factor to how powerful an Immortal is, and it is often overlooked by many players when reviewing Immortals. However, it is a crucial element to consider as it determines how quickly an Immortal can use their ultimate ability in battle. A higher energy regen rate means an Immortal can use their ultimate ability more frequently, which can greatly impact the outcome of battles.
His energy regen rate of 67.2 is not the best but it is solid enough to make him likely a very powerful Immortal.
For reference, others like e.g. Hippolyta has 105 and Yoshitsune 69.3. However, it should not be a problem for him. Comparatively it is almost the same as Khubilaikhan (who resembels him a lot but is holy).
Khubilaikhan has 66 energy regen and has proved himself to be extreemly powerful – especially with the “Adrenaline rush” tower of knowledge skill equipped. Logically, this new shadow Immortal will be able to do massive damage in a similar energy regen focused build.
I think that Tutankhamun can be used in an energy regen focused build, similar to Khubilaikhan, who has proved himself to be extremely powerful with the “Adrenaline Rush” tower of knowledge skill equipped. Tutankhamun will likely be a powerful replacement for Siegfried, whose energy regen is low, leading to lackluster damage most of the time. Running Tutankhamun with Bjorn will likely be a powerful combination. I foresee Anger + AR builds to be capable of dealing quite massive damage on Tutankhamun once players unlock and max him.
Amazing boss killer
Furthermore, Tutankhamun will be an amazing Immortal for killing world bosses in Norheim and will be absolutely amazing at killing the spider boss. Comparatively, he will likely be above and beyond the best single target Immortals currently in the game. His ability deals significantly more damage than that of e.g. Yoshitsune and Hippolyta and will likely be unrivaled in terms of boss damage dealing potential. In the correct setup, I would not be surprised to see top tier spider builds with Tutankhamun able to reach 6-7% hits!
In conclusion, Tutankhamun is a powerful new Immortal figure in Infinity Kingdom. His ultimate ability, “Wrath of Horus”, deals massive amounts of damage to random enemies, and his energy regen rate is sufficient for him to be used in various energy regen focused builds. Energy regen is an important factor to consider when reviewing Immortals, and it is crucial for their effectiveness in battles. Tutankhamun can be applied in various scenarios, such as replacing Siegfried or taking on world bosses. Tutankhamun’s arrival in Infinity Kingdom has certainly made the game more exciting, and players are looking forward to seeing what he can do.