Every third normal attack, Xeniel deals 4%-8% of his own maximum HP as magic damage (+1% at level 4/7/10/13).
Players can use Angelic Splendor to aid allies in battle. Also, raising Xeniel's maximum HP will increase his damage output and improve his survivability.
The dominion of the light cannot be stopped.
Xeniel had a strong body and a resilient mind. As a pious disciple, Xeniel was absolutely loyal to the Holy Hall. His unwavering devotion drew the attention of Ilumia the Seer, who assisted him in becoming the head of the clergy.
Everything is the will of the divine, and I'm honored to be at their command. Despite occupying such a powerful post, Xeniel was always humble and regarded orders as absolute. He wielded the Hammer of Penance, which served as a warning to all blasphemers; and he carried the Oracle of Enlightenment, spreading its words to the people. Within the Holy Hall, Xeniel's diligence and devoutness were unparalleled. For this, Ilumia awarded him the Six Wings, representing light and power.
Xeniel's achievements were beyond Ilumia's expectations. During the dark invasions, Maloch and his legion of demons stormed the Holy Hall set on the mountaintop. Ilumia, in hopes of turning the tides of battle, appeared to boost the morale of her army in person. Lying in wait, Zephys and Nakroth took the opportunity to launch a surprise attack and ambush Ilumia, hoping to destroy her.
Xeniel, spreading his six wings, descended from the sky and rescued Ilumia in the nick of time. His brawny physique withstood the attacks of Zephys and Nakroth. Although Xeniel was injured by numerous blades and projectiles, he stood tall and firm with his wings drenched in blood. The demon legion was taken aback by Xeniel's resilience and their attack halted, giving Airi the chance to ride out on her own and forge the legend of cutting off the demon's wings.
After the battle, word of Xeniel's bravery spread across the continent and he became the Commander of Holy Hall, the same position as Yorn the Hotshot.
Darkness has reached its end. Let the holy light shine on our land!