|Ability Name||Ability Description||Details|
|Mirror Image||Creates three images of Naga Siren under her control.|
Slithice, while being strong in her own right, is notoriously hard to track down.
Illusion Damage Dealt: 20%/25%/30%/35%
|Ensnare||Interrupts the target and traps them in place, preventing movement or blinking.|
The only way to escape the onslaught of a Slithereen is to never oppose one in the first place.
|Rip Tide||Naga Siren sends out a damaging wave of water that lowers armor.|
A torrent from the Deep Ones crushes the defenses of the Siren's enemies.
Armor Reduction: 2/3/4/5
|Song of the Siren||All enemies in range of the Naga Siren are put into a magical stasis, where they cannot act or be attacked. Using Song of the Siren again will end the duration early.|
Upgraded by Aghanim's Scepter: Regenerates Naga Siren and nearby allies by 6% of maximum health per second for the duration.
Slithice's powerful voice enchants leagues of opponents, while calling her Slithereen kin in a time of need.
|Song of the Siren Cancel||Release enemy units from your song so they can be targeted again.||Cooldown: 1|
|Ability Name||Ability Description|
|Slithice creates 3 images of herself, dispelling any buffs or debuffs on her in the process. Each image deals a percentage of her damage and take amplified damage, and last 35 seconds.|
|Slithice ensnares a foe, robbing it of movement for a period of time and gaining True Sight of her target.|
|Slithice releases a crushing wave, damaging enemies caught inside and lowering their armor.|
|The Naga Siren sings her song, causing all enemies who hear it to fall asleep. Sleeping enemies are invincible, but cannot take any action.|
Slithice was always a vagabond among the Naga, roaming beyond the boundaries of the sea in search of new things. During her adventures she met and fell in love with a young Orc training to be a Blademaster. Though he was inexperienced he taught her many Orcish fighting tactics employed by seasoned warriors. During their courtship as she was learning how to make traps from a local raider, a swarm of Scourge came tand invaded, and her love was killed before her very eyes. She used her Naga magics to put the evil to sleep and fled, and now gives her all to the Sentinel, in the name of her love.
Among the high-sworn of the Slithereen Guard there is a solemn vow oft repeated before battle: No Slithereen may fail. In truth, these words are equal parts oath and enforceable covenant, for those who fall short of their duty are banished from the order. To fail is to be other than Slithereen.
Once most highly esteemed of her race, Slithice for many years commanded a battalion of her fellows, using her formidable voice as her greatest weapon. Powerful, sinuous, serpentine, she led her deadly Guard in defense of the Deep Ones, and the great wealth of the sunken cities. But in the final battle of Crey, her forces were driven back by a marauding army of levianths intent on finding tribute for their god Maelrawn. After the long and bloody onslaught, as the bodies were cleared from the sunken halls, a single jeweled chalice was found missing from the trove. Of her hundred Guard, only a handful survived, but their bravery and sacrifice were of little consequence. What mattered was that treasure was taken. Honor destroyed. And so Naga Siren was cast out. Banished to search for the stolen chalice. Though she might add a hundred times her weight to the golden trove, she is doomed to live apart until that day she returns that which was taken. For no amount of gold is equal in honor to the honor she lost.