Tel'Annas' attack damage is increased by 8% when there are ally heroes nearby.
Tel'Annas' Eagle Eye has a very long range, so use that to your advantage to keep the enemy from advancing as well as kite them with the passive. When enemies are grouped together, use Arrow of Chaos at the right time to dish out tons of damage, knock them back, and stun them.
After bidding farewell to her verdant homeland where she had slumbered for a millennium, the newly awakened Elven Queen Tel'Annas shone like the morning star.
As one of the valiant warriors who resisted the first invasion by the dark forces, the legend of Tel'Annas and her unrivaled archery skills became the subject of numerous songs and poems throughout the centuries. Renowned for her remarkable deeds in the decisive final battle against the invading horde, it was Tel'Annas who shot the lone arrow that mortally wounded the Lord of Darkness, securing the survival of all living things that had lost the protection of the Gods in this terrifying episode in history.
However, Tel'Annas paid the ultimate price when her body and mind were corrupted by the dark power unleashed by the Lord of Darkness in his final moment. She was forced to seal herself and fall into a deep sleep that would last a thousand years, until all of the dark power within her was neutralized. For the entire duration of her slumber, Maloch, the successor of the Lord of Darkness, tried to break the seal and take the dark power inside Tel'Annas, but the seal was far stronger than he imagined.
Seeing his opportunity during the second invasion by the dark forces, Maloch ordered a massacre of the Afata, forcing Tel'Annas to break the seal and return to the battlefield. Her striking face bore not a trace of the thousand years that had passed, and her mastery over her formidable power showed that she was fully capable of manipulating the explosive dark power that coursed through her. Confronting the army of demons, spirits and corrupted souls, Tel'Annas once again drew her bow to defend the life and dignity of all living things.
The radiance of the morning star will forever protect this land.