The following guide will give you an overview of Attila the Hun’s ultimate ability, power, and the most suitable partners for him in Infinity Kingdoms. Hopefully, this guide will help new players know more about him and how to maximize his strength in the battle.
Attila the Hun
|Title:||Scourge of God|
Attila the Hun Introduction
Attila is a Water Epic Immortal in Infinity Kingdom. He is one of the best debuffer in the game thanks to his ability to silence multiple targets and empowering his attack to do more damage to the enemy.
He excels at controlling cavalry troops, conquering, and attack talents. He also has a high amount of basic attributes that allow him to deal with any type of army and helps him withstand longer on the battlefield, especially when fighting against Immortals who rely on their skill damage. He is truly a god and definitely a deadly force that you do not want to encounter.
To unlock Attila the Hun, you will need 40 of his shards. Once you collect enough material, head to the Immortal tab to summon him. You can find his shards through the Philosopher’s Stones, purchasing in the Market, through sailing, participating in the Mysterium, some special events like the Lucky Spin, or in the Miracle of Goddess’s chest.
If you want to spend some money, you can buy the Special Bundle which will give you a full copy of him and some other valuable rewards like gems, VIP Points, AP, and speedups. This is an optional choice because the bundle normally doesn’t cheap.
Attila the Hun Pros & Cons:
- He is an aggressive attacking cavalry that can deal tons of damage to multiple targets.
- Has a powerful control skill that can silence the enemy, prevent them from using their skill, or gaining energy.
- Has high basic attributes.
- Very impactful in both PvP and PvE.
- Has a high amount of energy regeneration.
- Since he is an Epic Immortal, it is quite hard to obtain his shards if you are a F2P player.
- Doesn’t have healing ability.
Attila the Hun Skills:
Attila the Hun hits all of the targets in his front fan-shaped area, inflicting a huge amount of damage to them. He also has a chance to silence those targets, prevent them from using their skill, or gaining energy in a total of 4 seconds.
- Damage Rate: 69%/ 92%/ 115%/ 138%/ 161%/ 184%/ 207%/ 230%
- Silence Chance: 15%/ 20%/ 25%/ 30%/ 35%/ 40%/ 45%/ 50%/
Wild Corrosion is a very powerful ultimate ability. At max level, it allows Attila to deal 230% of his physical damage to all of the enemies within the fan-shaped area. Not to mention the crowd control effect comes with that can silence them for 4 seconds. This debuff definitely has a huge impact and can help him win many fights no matter who the opponent is.
Recommended Passive Skills
Normally, whenever Immortals reach 3 stars, they will have an additional skill slot, and another one if they reach 7 stars.
You can equip those skill slots with extra abilities, which can be bought in the Tower of Knowledge.
The Tower of Knowledge will become available when your Castle reaches level 12.
You can use the Soul Crystal to buy and upgrade Immortal’s ability.
- You can get Soul Crystals by refining unused Immortal shards in the Alchemy Lab and through events.
You want to improve the overall damage of his ultimate skill by taking a passive skill that increases the physical damage. Since he has a high attack speed, the Combo skill is very nice to take in the early game. Later on, you can swap it with the Chaotic Blade, a nice AoE-triggered skill that can cast bleed to enemies.
- Fighting Master also a defensive skill that you should take since it increases the Immunity to Control skill.
Pairing Immortals for Attila the Hun
- The best team that suits him is he and Harald III stand in the front line, Merlin and Helen of Troy in the backline. You can also replace Harald III with Ramesses II, they are all great Immortal to have.