| Overrunner of
|Sound of Noble|
|Name & Effect (edit info)|
|For X seconds, attack increases by Yx. Can attack up to 2 enemies within range (240) simultaneously. Gain 50% chance to evade physical attacks.|
|Normal||Overrunner of the Hegemon||For 60 seconds, attack increases by 1.5x. Can attack up to 2 enemies within range (240) simultaneously. Gain 50% chance to evade physical attacks.||20||1|
|Awakened||Conqueror of Mag Itha||For 30 seconds, attack increases by 3.0x. Can attack up to 2 enemies within range (320) simultaneously. Post-attack delay is reduced (16).||50||5|
|Sound of Noble Bravery
|While in your 1st Barracks, all allied Melee Females gain 3% Attack.
During skill use, grants 10% of Attack to all allies within range.
||This unit gains 4% ATK and HP for each enemy it defeats (up to 180%). Can attack all blocked enemies simultaneously.|
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|Required units (edit info)||
|Black||300,000G||3 x Berserker orb & 3 x Master Monk orb|
Is named for Tuan mac Cairill, an Irish mythological figure. In Irish mythology Tuan mac Cairill was a recluse who retains his memories from his previous incarnations, going back to Antediluvian age. Initially a follower of Partholon, he alone survived the plague, or the Flood, that killed the rest of his people. Through a series of animal transformations he survived into Christian times, and, in conversation with St. Finnian of Moville told a brief history of himself and of Ireland from his people onward to the coming of St. Patrick.
Mag Itha was the site of a battle between the Fomorians and the new settlers of Ireland.
Irish Mythology and Folklore