|Bite||When Kriknak's ability hits an enemy, the next normal attack will be enhanced and deal an additional [162030p1q3*k1/10000] physical damage.|
|Drone Drop||Kriknak takes to the skies, significantly increasing his movement speed for a brief period. When casting this ability while airborne, Kriknak attacks the target area and deals x (+x) physical damage to the enemies in the area, reducing their movement speed.||12||120|
|Horn Rush||Kriknak lunges forward with his enormous horns, dealing x (+x) physical damage to enemies in his path. Every enemy hero hit restores x (+x) HP for Kriknak.||6||50|
|Terrifying Plague||Kriknak summons a plague of larvae that deals x (+x) physical damage and inflicts the target with a Mark of Horror. When Kriknak attacks marked enemies, they take additional magic damage equal to x% of maximum HP, the cooldown of this ability is reduced by 3 seconds, and Kriknak's mana is restored.||10||70|
"A messenger of death who lurks amongst the souls. An assassin who is concealed in the shadows."
It was difficult to say if Kriknak belonged to the living or the dead, because this being roamed freely amidst tombs, absorbing power by sucking out the essence of rotten souls, and yet it also had a body of flesh and its own soul. Of course, Kriknak was not concerned by matters such as life or death. The only thing it cared about was the orders from its master, Searcy the Banshee.
As Searcy's devoted servant, there was nothing Kriknak was unwilling to do for its master. Even when it meant facing Claves Sancti in the hands of Thane himself, Kriknak stood strong in front of its master and used its proud horns to block any blow that came forth. These horns ended up being ruthlessly cleaved away by Thane, but Kriknak's loyalty was rewarded through Searcy's trust and gifts.
Searcy, in turn, reluctantly pulled off her own horns to treat Kriknak's severely depleted energies, and transplanted them by infusing it with powerful spiritual energy. As the new horns took hold, the souls of Kriknak and Searcy converged completely.
Even if they were separated by a thousand miles, Kriknak would always know what its master was thinking, and would spare no effort to complete any task it was assigned to.