|Ability Name||Ability Description||Details|
|Death Pulse||Necrolyte releases a wave of death around him, dealing damage to enemy units and healing allied units.||Radius: 475
Damage: 75/125/200/275 Heal: 50/75/100/130
|Heartstopper Aura||Necrolyte stills the hearts of his opponents, causing nearby enemy units to lose a percentage of their max health over time.||Radius: 1000
Max Health Lost Per Second: 0.6%/0.8%/1.0%/1.2%
|Sadist||Necrolyte regains mana for every unit he kills. Killing a Hero grants him the same amount of mana as a minion until level Four, at which point he gains 600.||Mana Regained for a Creep: 12/24/36/60
Mana Regained for a Hero: 12/24/36/600
|Reaper's Scythe||Stuns the target enemy hero, then deals damage based on how much life it is missing. |
Upgraded by Aghanim's Scepter: Increases damage per HP missing, decreases mana cost for Level 1, and decreases cooldown for levels 1 and 2. .
Stun Duration: 1
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Slain for sins of heresy by men who declared themselves holy, death only gifted Rotund'jere with an immense wrath for the living, that he can express by sending evil spirits at his foes. Taking pleasure and growing more powerful every time a living thing dies by his hands, each step of his reeks of death, and his very presence makes living things rot and wither. Now a master of torture and pain, the Necrolyte mercilessly slays any weaklings who might cross his path, always with a nasty smile on his dead face.
In a time of great plague, an obscure monk of dark inclinations, one Rotund'jere, found himself promoted to the rank of Cardinal by the swift death of all his superiors. While others of the order went out to succor the ill, the newly ordained cardinal secluded himself within the Cathedral of Rumusque, busily scheming to acquire the property of dying nobles, promising them spiritual rewards if they signed over their terrestrial domains. As the plague receded to a few stubborn pockets, his behavior came to the attention of the greater order, which found him guilty of heresy and sentenced him to serve in the plague ward, ensorcelled with spells that would ensure him a slow and lingering illness. But they had not counted on his natural immunity. Rotund'jere caught the pox, but instead of dying, found it feeding his power, transforming him into a veritable plague-mage, a Pope of Pestilence. Proclaiming himself the Necrolyte, he travels the world, spreading plague wherever he goes, and growing in terrible power with every village his pestilential presence obliterates.