Attack: 5840 - 9350 (1-1)
Defense: 4050 - 6490 (1-1)
Loathsome minions! Do you know where you are? You will be crushed and burn for your trespass! Stubborn as the mountain, wild as fire the young god, wielder of empirical magics, bore intense malice for the treachery done by the Demon Clan.
Attack: 6730 - 13090 (2-3)
Defense: 4680 - 9088 (2-3)
Loathsome Minions! Do you know where you are? You will be crushed and burn for your trespass! Desiring peace from endless bloody battles, the deity found a calm home within the mountain, setting grim claim on his territory and the life surrounding.
Attack: 7640 - 15738 (4-7++)
Defense: 5310 - 10928 (4-7++)
Loathsome Minions! Do you know where you are? You will be crushed and burn for your trespass! Youth consumed in tormented discipline of oldest sorcery. The unrestrained evil horde had no idea of prolific might and animosity in his hands.
Agni (Apprentice of the Forgotten)
Land about the mountain split and quaked. Roar of flame and rock deafening! Gigantic grunts! Ravages and terror is all you crave, feeding off the pain of others! Scars of the heart run deeper than those of the body! Learn agony of the forgotten spells!
Agni (Apprentice of the Forgotten) MAXED
Attack (4-1): 17477 ◊
Defense (4-1): 12216 ◊
Attack (4-7): 19371
Defense (4-7): 13476
Attack (8-15): 20048
Defense (8-15): 13946
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|Agni (Apprentice of the Forgotten)||
(P): PURE 4-1 STATS (no carryover stats)
‡: Denotes NON-enhanced level 1 carryover stats
◊: Calculated, remove this symbol if stats are confirmed
(M##): Mirror Dragon used; ##: stage(s) where it was used
Agni was untradable upon release, it became tradable 5/29/13.
Agni ("fire" in Sanskrit) is a Hindu deity, one of the most important of the Vedic gods. He is the god of fire and the acceptor of sacrifices. The sacrifices made to Agni go to the deities because Agni is a messenger from and to the other gods. He is ever-young, because the fire is re-lit every day, and also immortal.
Agni, the Vedic god of fire, has two heads, one marks immortality and the other marks an unknown symbol of life. Agni has made the transition into the Hindu pantheon of gods, without losing his importance. With Varuna and Indra he is one of the supreme gods in the Rigveda.