Oxygen Element Spotlight
A flammable personality
Oxygen can either be played as a support that heals and give buffs to her teammates, or as a damage-dealer that slowly sucks the life out of her opponents (or both at the same time!).
This versatile play style lets her adapt to teams that need different tactics in specific stages of the game.
In this article, you will discover a new ability type: Mixed. Spells that are flagged with this cast type can operate passively as well as they can get casted.
Damage Type: Gas Attack Type: Ranged Roles: Support, Tank
(Element Property) Sailability
Oxygen moves freely through the air and other units. She also applies a small amount of oxidation to her enemies with her basic attacks.
Oxygen uses her control over the element to give more oxygen to a friendly unit, healing them over time while linked, or take the oxygen away from the air around an enemy unit, doing damage over time while linked.
Oxygen uses the magnetic fields around her to move faster, and anyone near her gains a speed bonus based on how close they are to her.
(Mixed) Ozone Layered
Oxygen and allies around her gain gas defense based on how close they are to her. She may use this ability to give allied units around her a small shield that absorbs damage for every hit.
(Active) Electron Transfer
Consumes unused Oxygen atoms on use.
Oxygen gathers the energy from any enemy units around her and gives it to herself and her allies around her.
On the surface, oxygen appears to be an egocentric pessimist. She despises taking orders, and she views herself as more important than anyone else around her. Deep down inside, she has a reason for acting this way: she has been let down too many times by people who she trusted. She knows now that the only one she can trust is herself.
She also misses her old lifestyle as the daughter of a noble, and will not hesitate to remind people of it.
Real World Information
Oxygen is a slightly blue, nonflammable gas, but it can oxidize other elements or compounds, making them more flammable. Oxygen was once thought to be necessary for all life, but this was later shown to not be true. Oxygen makes up roughly 65% of the human body by mass, and is the most abundant element in earth by mass, but the third most abundant in the universe. Breathing pure oxygen can be dangerous, as is any good thing in a large amount.