Mantra of Evasion

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Mantra of Evasion is a Mantra Monk skill unlocked at Level 19.




Background[edit]

Mantra of Evasion in action.

Unknown.


Skill Rune Effects[edit]

The following is a very quick summary. See the Mantra of Evasion rune effects page for a more thorough description of rune effects, or any of the individual rune pages for numbers, screenshots, blue quotes, and much more.

Name Level Description
Mantra of Evasion
(database)

Mantra
Mantras
1 Cost: 50 Spirit


Active: You and nearby allies gain an additional 17% increased Dodge Chance for 3 seconds.

Passive: You and your allies within 60 yards gain 17% increased Dodge Chance.

Only one Mantra may be active at a time.

MedRuneC Hard Target
(database)
1 Passive: Mantra of Evasion also increases Armor by 20%.
MedRuneE Divine Protection
(database)
1 Passive: Mantra of Evasion also protects you and your allies when reduced below 25% Life, granting a shield that reduces damage taken by 80% for 3 seconds.


Each target may be protected by this effect once every 90 seconds.

MedRuneD Wind through the Reeds
(database)
1 Passive: Mantra of Evasion also increases movement speed by 10%.
MedRuneB Perseverance
(database)
1 Passive: Mantra of Evasion also reduces the duration of all control impairing effects by 20%.
MedRuneA Backlash
(database)
1 Passive: Mantra of Evasion also grants you a chance to create a burst of flame, dealing 35% weapon damage as Fire to all nearby enemies when dodging an attack.


This skill is affected by your characters: Attacks per second (set to 1 for example above)


Skill Design[edit]

Unknown.


Synergies[edit]

The following Monk passives provide a benefit to Mantra of Evasion, runed or not:

Name Level Description
Chant of Resonance
(database)

Passive
1 The Spirit costs of Mantra activation effects are reduced by 50% and you gain 4 Spirit every second when you have a Mantra learned.


Development[edit]

Mantra of Evasion was first seen at the July 2011 Press Event, where it was a level 14 skill. Unfortunately, no information about the skill's function was available.

Beta[edit]

The beta started in September 2011, and Mantra of Evasion became a level 2 skill. The skill system was once again overhauled for the Beta Patch 13 in February 2012, and Mantra of Evasion was classified as a Conviction skill and moved to level 9. For Beta Patch 14, the "Conviction" category was renamed "Mantras" and Mantra of Evasion was bumped up to level 19.


Media[edit]

Mantra of Evasion can be seen in action on video here:

  • None yet.

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