The Stalmart Twins
|Scavenge||When a non-hero enemy dies near TeeMee, the brothers quickly pick up the spoils and give nearby allies an extra percentage of gold.|
|Pooty Poots||Tee starts to build up gas in his stomach, causing him to increase his movement speed. During this time, Tee tries to hold it all in for as long as possible (can be unleashed earlier by tapping the ability again). Tee then unleashes a stinky plume, causing all enemies in the area to suffer magic damage and become stunned for up to 2 seconds. The longer Tee holds in his funky fumes, the higher the damage and stun period.||5||65|
|Chain Lance||Mee shoots forth a chain from his lance, hooking the first thing it hits. If the chain hits an enemy, it deals magic damage and stuns them.||10||65|
|Being a Bro||TeeMee channels their armor’s resurrective powers to protect themselves and the nearby ally hero with the lowest health (can still be used while TeeMee is subjected to control effects). While the ability is active, if TeeMee or the protected ally dies, they will be resurrected at the spot they died with a portion of HP. When a hero is resurrected, the resurrection will deal magic damage to surrounding enemies and reduce their movement speed by 50% for 2 seconds.||60||150|
Tee and Mee lived carefree lives before they became knights. No matter how close the war came to the land of the Afata, the clever Mee would always say, "The sky will never fall on me!" Meanwhile, all Tee cared about was eating his fill each day.
Sadly, the good days were about to come to an end. It became harder to find food, what with all of the forest's resources being funneled into the war. The brothers had to get jobs cleaning up the battlefields in exchange for food and daily necessities. Even so, Mee never let any opportunity slip him by. "Finders keepers!" he would say.
When the humans and the Veda joined the war, TeeMee began to find stranger items, the most valuable of which being the armor of a knight. It was just large enough to fit both brothers and was engraved with the Vedan symbol for "resurrection." The masterpiece was built by Max the Wunderkind. Sweeping (and scavenging) the battlefield may not have compared to the fray of war, but it was still rife with danger. Still, they never in their wildest dreams expected this armor to save their lives.
One day, in the midst of battle, the Lokheim army suddenly retreated. After the opposing army had cleared their troops from the battlefield, they sent in a crew to sweep up the battlefield, TeeMee among them. It was at this time that the Lokheim army returned. Forced into battle, Mee used all his wits to guide Tee and their allies on the battlefield, leading them to fight back from higher ground.
And Tee, faced with the threat of death, grew focused and determined. He followed Mee's every command and even put himself between their allies and danger. With the armor's incredible defenses and the power from the engraving, TeeMee held off the Lokheim army until the army returned and proceeded to crush their enemies.
After the battle, the brothers were showered with praise and gratitude, and it gave them a swell of pride. "This feels pretty good, huh?" Mee cautiously suggested. "I love it!" Tee replied emphatically. And so it came to pass that TeeMee fought in the front line. The brothers came away with their share of ridiculous and funny stories, but it was their determination and bravery that earned them respect.
"We'll make our own path to the stars!" Mee exclaimed.
"To the stars!" Tee echoed.