Born in the slums, Bruno was always more frail than other children his age, but this did not prevent him from having a heart that yearned for freedom. One day in a terrible incident, Bruno lost both of his legs trying to save a friend, causing him to pretty much give up on life. The scholars of Eruditio however heard his story, and out of pity for his misfortune and admiration for his bravery, they decided to use the city’s most advanced technology to make a new pair of legs for him. When Bruno was finally able to stand on two legs again, he was surprised to discover that his mechanical legs allowed him to run like the wind. To express his gratitude, Bruno vowed to always protect the City of Scholars to his dying breath. Eruditio in turn made an energy ball weapon that works with his mechanical legs, and from that day, anyone who tried to cross the citizens of Eruditio were met with Bruno’s merciless attacks. The people simply call him The Protector.
Passive – Each time a skill causes damage, Bruno increases 4% crit hit chance rate, stacking up to 5 times.
1st Skill – Kicks a shot-refracting energy ball at a specified target, dealing 230/270/310/350/390/430 pts of physical damage and slowing down the target 60%/60%/60%/60%/60%/60%. Bruno and teammates can pick up the energy ball to reduce this skill’s cooldown.
2nd Skill – Bruno makes a forward slide tackle, stunning enemy units, dealing 140/165/190/215/240/265 pts of physical damage and increasing self’s movement speed.
3rd Skill – Kicks an energy ball filled with energy at a specified hero, dealing 250/350/450 pts of physical damage, knocks the target back and lowers 3/6/9 pts of enemy\’s armor. Afterwards the energy ball will ricochet among enemy heroes. Armor reducing effect lasts 8/8/8s, stacking up to 3/3/3 times.
Bruno is one of the most underrated marksman in the game. Except for Moskov, he is the only marksman to have a stun that can be fully utilized within team fights. He has an awesome range that can easily reach fleeing opponents. His passive also ensures you of a good crit rate for your damage. The more your skills hit the higher your crit chance rate becomes. Your ultimate which ricochets among enemy heroes is a great way to utilize your passive skill. Unlike other marksmen, Bruno possesses a crowd control skill that can be used when it is needed the most. Unlike Miya or Yu Sun-Shin who excels more on normal attacks, Bruno has a set of skills that can carry him through situational clashes. That quick stun from his second skill can determine the outcome of clashes when you’re dealing with heroes like Alucard or Yun Zhao. Needless to say, you will have an upper hand on other marksmen when it comes to poking. Bruno is a viable hero on all situations. The only trick is that you need to properly make use of his stun and slow. Bruno excels more on team fights as opposed to 1 on 1 fights, however, that doesn’t mean that he can’t go head to head against some of the heroes. Once properly fed, he can even go toe to toe with opponents like Yun Zhao or Alucard.
On team clashes, be sure to position yourself at a safe distance. Make use of your ultimate once the opponents are grouped together. Don’t recklessly dash inside a clash in at attempt to stun an opponent, you are more beneficial to your team dealing damage from the outside. Your stun will come in handy at the late part of the clash. Disabling your opponent even for a short time can determine the outcome of the clash.
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