Aristophan’s ‘History of the Troubled Age’ had written “Ogedai’s epic” ‘One Thousand Tales of Jhala Unbroken.’ is the greatest literature to emerge from the Era of Trouble. Whether any real barbarian queen existed as the root of these outlandish tales, we may never know.Know more
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Aristophan’s ‘History of the Troubled Age’ had written “Ogedai’s epic” ‘One Thousand Tales of Jhala Unbroken.’ is the greatest literature to emerge from the Era of Trouble. Whether any real barbarian queen existed as the root of these outlandish tales, we may never know.
It was a very tough life for the villagers of Ikrusk; they would have to survive horrible winters by staying in the shadow of Mt Tragedy, gathering themselves around the pools of hellfire that would rain down from its peak. Good summers in Ikrusk were when scorpion swarms would thin out the vampires. During the daytime, villagers would tend to the livestock, and by night would have to fend off haunted armor suits that had rained from the sky; the hardships had made the villagers strong; any other potential enemies they could’ve had were amazed enough to leave them be.
As tough as the village was, The Lord of Scales was not phased; riding the dragon of Conflagration, he would attack the village, burning it and its surroundings right to the ground. A child Jhala had only survived from being suspended safely in midair. Jhala would cling the dragon with just an axe and knife above her burning town. Jhala would bring down the Lord of Scales and take control of the dragon; although it was too late for her village, nothing was left of it. Straddling onto the great dragon, Jhala flew off. Jhala had begun her great adventure. During her adventure, she would steal the Scepter of Invincibility, besting the Orc Warlord, winning a drinking contest in Dragonport, and even leading an army of Thera to victory against Ehzot the zombie Lord. Apollo himself had even granted Jhala the title of “Exalted Lion.”
Jhala took the attraction of Valhalla slowly, constantly dwelling in her mind that she would have to go back to roasting Scorpions and the extraordinary violent hailstorms from home.
Jhala’s wields the Axe as her primary weapon and the Sword as her secondary weapon
The Axe is a slow but very menacing weapon. Its attacks are fantastic for knockback as well as large bursts of damage.
The Sword is a quick attacking but lower damage weapon, it’s kit is good for both defensive zoning and building up damage with combo attacks without losing pressure, perfect for beginners learning the game.
Jhala is known to be a glass cannon, being able to stack up damage and K.O. quickly but also lacks in defense, making her a squishy target to K.O.
Jhala’s signatures are perfect for her stats, making her a strong rundown character for combos.