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Dwarf Hermit (elite unit) Follow

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Class: Battle Mage

Weight: 2

Race: Human

Time: 2520

Gold: 1050

Wood: 340

Level Health Speed Attack P.Def M.Def
0 3120 336 1525 400 603
1 3401 360 1556 436 657
2 3707 385 1587 475 716
3 4040 412 1618 518 781
4 4404 440 1651 565 851
5 4801 471 1799 570 911
6 5233 504 1835 582 929
7 5703 540 1872 634 1013
8 6217 577 1909 691 1104
9 6776 618 1948 753 1203
10 7386 661 1987 821 1311
11 7996 704 2026 889 1419
12 8606 747 2065 957 1527

Dwarf Hermit is a Battle Mage type unit with average magic attack, very high defense and low speed. These units have the highest HP-to-weight ratio, they excel in outlasting their opponent due to extremely high magic defenses and considerably good physical defenses. Its unique ability grants the Dwarf Hermit a chance to resurrect slain Golems or Dendroids, such as the Forest Guardians, Gargoyles, Ruin Golems and even Destroyers.

As Humans, Dwarf Hermits take 15% increased damage from all Undead characters.

Level Skill
0 Has a 35% chance to revive a 30% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
1 Has a 37% chance to revive a 34% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
2 Has a 39% chance to revive a 40% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
3 Has a 41% chance to revive a 45% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
4 Has a 43% chance to revive a 47% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
5 Has a 45% chance to revive a 50% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
6 Has a 47% chance to revive a 52% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
7 Has a 49% chance to revive a 54% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
8 Has a 51% chance to revive a 56% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
9 Has a 53% chance to revive a 58% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
10 Has a 55% chance to revive a 60% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
11 Has a 57% chance to revive a 62% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids.
12 Has a 59% chance to revive a 64% of the slain squad of Golems or Dendroids. 

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