Last Updated on February 16, 2022 by Anastasios Antoniadis
Here is a quick overview of the new Celestial Mage hero, Morael – Queen of Stars! You can find Morael’s Bountiful trial guide here.
The answer to the question about Morael the Quiz is Order (check the boldened part of the lore section).
Morael – Hero Overview
Role: Continuous Damage
Cosmic Field [Ultimate]
At the start of the battle, Morael creates a Star Core which remains on the battlefield.
When Morael uses her Ultimate ability, a Cosmic Field is generated for 6 seconds by the Star Core, which traps any nearby enemies.
While the Cosmic Field exists, Morael deals 120% damage per second to all enemies trapped by it. If an enemy escapes the Cosmic Field. Morael will deal 320% damage to them, also stunning them for 3 seconds.
- Level 2: Cosmic Field exists for 7 seconds.
- Level 3: Cosmic Field exists for 8 seconds.
Morael commands her Star Core to move to the most densely concentrated area of enemies, which deals 60% damage to any enemies that are in its way.
- Level 2: Damage is increased to 65 %.
- Level 3: Damage is increased to 70 %.
- Level 4: Damage is increased to 75 %.
During the battle, the Star Core gathers cosmic energy over time from the galaxy.
Once the Star Core has finished gathering energy, it transfers 120 Energy points to Morael and all allies close to it, which exhausts all of its energy.
The Star Core is able to gather 10% of its total energy capacity per second.
- Level 2: The Star Core respectively transfers 160 Energy points to Morael and her allies.
- Level 3: Transferring energy also grants Morael and her allies a shield, which has a value equal to 180% of Morael’s Attack Rating, that exists for 6 seconds.
Morael charges her Star Core with cosmic power, causing it to explode, dealing 240% damage to nearby enemies.
- Level 2: Damage is increased to 260%
- Level 3: Damage is increased to 280%
Signature Item: Heart of Zohra
Skill: Astral Fortune
During battles, each time an enemy hero near the Star Core loses 1% health, the Star Core gathers an extra 0.4% of its total energy capacity.
[+10 Unlocks] When the Star Core is transferring Energy to Morael and her allies, it will also raise their Attack Ratings by 20% for 5 seconds.
[+20 Unlocks] When the Star Core is transferring Energy to Morael and her allies, it will also raise their Haste by 30 points for 5 seconds.
[+30 Unlocks] During battles, each time an enemy hero near the Star Core loses 1% health, the Star Core gathers an extra 0.6% of its total energy capacity.
3/3 Mythic Exclusive Furniture ability: If an enemy walks into the Star Core’s s Cosmic Field after Morael’s Ultimate ability has already created it, Morael’s Ultimate ability has already created it, they shall also become trapped. If an enemy leaves the Cosmic Field and is later trapped by it again, the damage dealt this time is reduced by 20%.
9/9 Mythic Exclusive Furniture ability: While the Cosmic Field exists, all enemies on the battlefield are pulled towards the Star Core at a certain speed due to its gravitational force.
The Zohra Nebula met with catastrophe. On the verge of annihilation, born through force of will to survive, Morael came into existence.
Although her birth failed to save the Nebula from the mysterious forces of darkness, the essence of the Nebula remained, its very heart held in Morael’s palm.
Her forcefield of stars, omnipresent and intangible, shifting and moving their gravity however she wishes thanks to the blessings of the stars’ power bestowed upon her.
As a god, Morael is haughty, irrefutable, detached, and noble, just like a Queen. Since birth, the desire to be in control of all things seems to have permeated her every fiber. She insists on every star orbiting as it must, in accordance with fate, never permitting deviation from its course.
Order is her conviction. Control and rectification is her vocation. Born of the same Nebula, her younger sister Audrae, is a reckless romantic. She roams the canopy of the heavens, coming and going with wild abandon, often forgetting what she intended to do.
Audrae would say something like, “There are endless variables, occurring constantly. Morael, perhaps chaos is just the essence of the Universe?” Morael would wordlessly glance at the heart of Zohra in her palm, at a loss for what her sister was planning to do next. To Morael, Audrae is a variable. Provided she could be rid of this untrackable nuisance, everything else would be just fine.
Morael didn’t agree with her sister’s perspective. That is until she encountered the second uncontrollable variable.
Indescribable darkness, popping in and out of being without rhyme or reason, ripping stars asunder with horrifying gravitational force and engulfing them.
This scene seems familiar. By the time Morael arrived, half the stars of the Mirrah Nebula ceased to be, all swallowed up. The screams of the stars as they are torn apart reverberated through the heavens, their bitter lament filling the sky, reminding Morael of the nightmare of her birth.
She tried to fight these unknown entities, but these strange sentient beings were outside the realm of her control, both sides sustained massive damage. For a long time, Morael’s consciousness just drifted through the universe. Gradually, it dawned on her that Audrae’s talk of Chaos may indeed be one of the truths of this world.
The Goddess Dura unexpectedly found Morael drifting among the stars. Using her own power, she healed and restored the greatly diminished Morael. For a long time, Morael was one of Esperia’s gods. She discussed fate in-depth with the clock-bearing god and learned from Dura of the possible source of the Darkness and the Void Realm. They also call it the ‘Star Grave’, the result of collapsed stars at the end of their life.
After the Hypogean war, Morael felt the power of the Void Realm was gradually increasing. Departing Esperia, she made for the clouds and began an investigation, knowing she must keep a close eye on any irregularities in the Void Realm, lest there be another invasion of the Dark forces.
“On a clear midsummer’s night, if you carefully watch the sky at the Giant Tree Observatory, you might just catch a glimpse of Morael’s long, starry hair.”
– The Star Gazers