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Oru is a hero appearing in Gigantic.
Official Summary[edit | edit source]
Oracular knowledge could make even the most universally important event dull; Oru sought excitement in the small, unseen moments.
Official Rating Summary[edit | edit source]
Peer into the future! A mysterious Eternal with a penchant for mischief, Oru deals cards of fate and misfortune that spread damage and effects across the enemy team.
Summary[edit | edit source]
Oru, also known as ‘The Fortune Teller,’ is a mid-range damage dealer who shines in teamfights. His kit revolves around his ability to combo between his skills - dealing high damage while also providing utility to the team in the form of crowd control or the ability to peel away from a fight.
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Weapon Skin Lore[edit | edit source]
Fortune Card Lore[edit | edit source]
[ The Fortune Teller I ]
- [ Common ] Oru found winning nearly as interesting as losing.
- [ Rare ] "Yawn... another inevitable victory." - Oru
- [ Legendary ] "I don't need to read my own fortune. It's obvious I'm going to win." - Oru
[ The Fortune Teller II ]
- [ Common ] "Not everything is a game, Oru." - Zandora
- [ Rare ] "Once, I looked down into my crystal ball to ﬁnd Oru's grinning face staring up at me. An encounter like that is always a sign, not to mention a heart attack." - Zillatha, Retired Fortune Teller
- [ Legendary ] "Luck is stumbled upon or fallen into. never earned." - Oru
[ The Fortune Teller III ]
- [ Common ] "The god is a simple trickster, and hardly worthy of even a low station in the pantheon. Despite this, there are sects devoted exclusively to Oru." - Grafﬁm, Former Priest of Aurion
- [ Rare ] "Oru and the Void are one and the same; they cannot be separated When you return one day to the Void, you know who will be there to greet you ." - Ballas, Priestess of Aurion
- [ Legendary ] "You know, there's a reason we're called Eternals. And not just because it has a nice ring to it." - Oru
[ The Fortune Teller IV ]
- [ Common ] "I heard that Oru saved an outskirts village from a band of pillaging ogres. Now I'm just waiting for the other shoe to drop." - Zandora
- [ Rare ] "Be wary of Oru's help. It may be a hindrance. cleverly disguised." - Zandora
- [ Legendary ] "Sometimes doing good is far more interesting than anything else. It's nothing personal" - Oru
[ The Fortune Teller V ]
- [ Common ] "Did that help? It was unintentional I assure you." - Oru
- [ Rare ] "I call it 'dealer's advantage.'" - Oru
- [ Legendary ] Oru was a mischievous Eternal. not a malicious one.
[ The Fortune Teller VI ]
- [ Common ] Oru's full name was incomprehensible to mortal minds.
- [ Rare ] "Were Oru's true. full name ever to be spoken aloud. it would cause the skulls of all who heard it to liquefy." - Ballas, Priestess of Aurion
- [ Legendary ] Many Aurion scholars puzzled over Oru‘s true name. As long as their skulls remained intact, they knew they had not found the answer.
[ The Fortune Teller VII ]
- [ Common ] "My advice to you: do not play cards with one who can see the future." - Zandora
- [ Rare ] "Wow! How unlucky can you get?" - Oru
- [ Legendary ] Gods were not known for being forgiving - or impartial
Skin Lore[edit | edit source]
The Fortune: Teller Oru held great power; that the Eternal was only a minor deity in the pantheon was due to his penchant for un- helpfu lness.
The Seer: "The best futures are the ones I can't see? - Oru
The Void: Dweller "Why would I fear the Void? Do you cower at the sight of your house? Wince when you pass through your front door?" - Oru
Eternal: Master No other Eternal could match Oru in a game of cards - or wits.
Mordant: "These chains are a prop, not a prison." - Oru
Voracious: Lady Devaedra should have known better than to try to contain a god.
Garrulous: "I can play at this... to perform the role of prisoner is BOUND to be interesting." - Oru
Eternal Light: The gifts of the Eternals came from the City of Gods itself. Only the worthy could wield them.