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Oru HeroShot NoShadow.png
Unlock Cost: Coins.PNG 13,000 / Rubies.PNG 900
Type: Caster
Health: 2000

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.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

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Throw a 'Judgment' card at the target enemy. On hit, inflict JUDGMENT and burning. (30 dmg/s, 3s)
The Beast
Toss a spread of 3 'The Beast' cards. On hit, inflicts THE BEAST and slows. (3s)
The Joker
Place 3 cards as a row of traps at your feet. On trigger, 150 damage and push away enemies. This can only hit unique targets once.
Cosmic Power
Damages target area and reveals cards held by enemies. If they have JUDGMENT, +250 damage. If they have THE BEAST, the skill dazes. (1s)
Death Dealer
Rapidly toss 'Death' cards. Once completed, reveal all cards dealt for a second burst of damage. 400 damage and +200/400/800 if target is below 50% health.

Critical chance builds faster.
Angular Momentum
Damage from behind after damage gains +15% damage.
En Garde
+10 front armor, doubled to +20 when attacking.

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.

Gallery[edit | edit source]