Smite Goddess Chang’e

Smite Goddess Chang’e

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Smite Goddess Chang’e

Smite Goddess Chang’e
The Chinese Goddess of the Moon, Chang’e graceful dancing is weaponised for deadly encounters. Her Cresent Moon Dance only has a 5 second cooldown making it

Smite Goddess Chang’e

 

ideal for rapid usage against minions. And she also has something we’d like to have in real life: a pet rabbit that literally runs to the store to purchase items for you from anywhere on the field. I wonder if he’d get asked for I.D. if we sent him for beer…

 

Not always born in the crucible of creation, sometimes Gods ascend by tragic happenstance. Such is the tale of Chang’e, Goddess of the Moon.

Among the immortals that lived in the Heavens, Chang’e was the most elegant dancer, like a dove on windswept currents. She drew the affection of the hero archer, Hou Yi, and the two were soon married. Everything was perfect.

Yet, beneath the Heavens, all was not well. Ten suns, the ten children of the Jade Emperor, rose to scorch the earth and boil the seas. Brave Hou Yi, bow in hand, shot nine from the sky, sparing only one. Though the world was saved, the Jade Emperor was furious his children were killed. In punishment, Hou Yi and Chang’e were made mortal.

Chang’e grew melancholy and danced no more. To restore their status in the Heavens, Hou Yi found the Elixir of Immortality, but thieves came to steal it while he was hunting. Chang’e struggled to hide the Elixir, but, in the end, was forced to drink it. Too much for one person, the Elixir gave her immortality, but it also swept her into the sky.

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