Active when you have certain number pieces of this race on board, each level of the same synergy effect stacks
|1 : Increases attack range+300 grids, taking the enemy with the lowest HP within range as the first target|
It is historically recorded that the ancestors of the dwarves were actually human beings. Before the Catastrophe, humans built underground cities while exploring there, but all in a sudden the Catastrophe destroyed all underground cities, and only a small number of humans survived. But due to their depth, they suffered a huge influence from the chaotic Soul energy , causing their bodies to change a lot.
Ten thousand years later, when this part of the affected people appeared on the surface, they were called Dwarves by others, and they called themselves "Durf", which means: the child of the God of Earth. The way the Dwarf historians record history is either to draw a circle on the skin, or to sculpt on the stone. This is neither because their ancestors did not learn to write, nor they are bad at inheritance. On the contrary, this drawing or engraving is actually an ancient way and expression of emotions, recording the origin of their kind. But unfortunately, the Dwarf Royal Society is not willing to disclose to the public after deciphering these symbolic codes, because the secrets of this relate to the future of the dwarves on this land.
The dwarves have a glorious history, they are small and strong, stubborn and a little of alcoholism, good at forging and smelting. They created all the artifacts on this land and brewed the most mellow spirits. They mined the treasures of the stones underground and among the mountain, and smelt various minerals. The Black Rock Mountain was hollowed out and a magnificent Iron Statue fort was built in it. The Iron Statue is the greatest architectural artwork, and all the dwarves are proud of it. In front of the gates of the Iron Statue and on the mountainside, the dwarves created a great stone statue for the God of Earth and the image of the seven ancestors of the Dwarves.
There is an ancient relic in the ground of the origin of the Dwarf, which is said to be the forged palace of the dwarf artifact. But the Dwarf has not yet broken through its defense mechanism. The Goblin sage Frege helped the dwarf to crack the remnant defense system, but he was misunderstood as a thief.
The Dwarf is a strong, persevering and proud race. After the war with the Light-Feathered, it has been oppressed by other races on the mainland for many years. Yet their humble knees have not erased their inner dignity and ethnic pride.
Before the Light-Feathered reached the mainland, it was the most glorious era of the dwarves, but their maverick also brought doom to their kind. After the war with the Light-Feathered, some dwarves were forced to migrate to remote mountains and forests, living with the humblest Goblin! The dwarves who still hold glory in their hearts remain in the ruins of the Iron Statue, and they will re-cast the Iron Statue with their own determined hands!
The dwarfs who left the Iron Statue had close ties with Goblin, the humblest race on the mainland, but racial self-esteem drove them to despise Goblin so much. However, in order to achieve the rejuvenation of the kingdom along their pursuit of artifact forging, they had to work with Goblin to absorb his exquisite craftsmanship.
There is a saying in their kind.:"Can't drink Takasugi, don't be friends with me! Look down on the King Hammer, only deserve to sleep with the green skin!"
Since the destruction of their homes, many residents of the Dwarf have left the Iron Fortress. They traveled through the mainland to explore the minerals and hope to rebuild the Iron Fortress one day. There are dwarfs in many inaccessible corners of the mainland. They have established many resource bases and are constantly transporting newly mined resources to the Iron Fortress. They have established a very complete and efficient transportation route to rebuild their home tirelessly.
The dwarves will only have four living conditions: work, drunk, continue to work, and continue to be drunk.
Iron Statue defending
It may not be believed, there are many sayings about the war between the dwarves and the Light-Feathered, but if you study the history books and the poets of the bards, you will find clues – because of their first meeting with the Light-Feathered people, they were having a dispute.
After the war between the Light-Feathered and the Glacier, the Dwarves, Humans, and Light-Feathered agreed to have a formal meeting to prevent possible conflicts and decided to make relevant agreements in the Iron Statue. But unfortunately, in the meeting, after everything was settled, the aloof Light-Feathered prince mumbled, "The gnome thrown out of the stinky stone!" This sentence also completely enraged the Dwarf king. The king not only tore up the agreement, but also detained the prince. After the human race failed to dissuade it, they returned to their own kingdom.
The Light-Feathered sent a large number of Rangers to the Iron Statue, asking the Dwarf to release the prince. The Dwarf King fought against the Light-Feathered in the name of defending the Iron Statue. Although the Light-Feathered heavily damaged, the Dwarf's homeland was still destroyed. This battle also greatly weakened the status of the Dwarves in the mainland. But if you ask every dwarf resident about his/her view on this war, they will look up slightly, and put on a vibe that cannot be fit in their short bodies, saying respectfully, "That was a great war. Although the Iron Statue fell, it still defended the glory of the Children of the earth!"