Since my ethereal legion was close to divine, I am predicting the next legion: philosophers! Tier 1 Philosophy student Thinking: every 4 attacks, the student thinks and adds 10 bonus pure damage to his attack. Upgrade Philosophy teacher Critical thinking: A critical thinker is harder to catch. Dodges every 4th time she takes damage. Also 15 pure bonus dmg on every 4th attack. Tier 2 Schopenhauer Pessimism: Demoralizes enemy units on attack, making them attack 5% slower (does not stack) Upgrade Nietzsche Will to power: Nietzsche dominates the enemy on attack, making them attack 10% slower (stacks with Schopenhauer) Tier 3 Kant Categorical imperative: Kant’s essence attack cannot be reduced or amplified. His maxim is “Attack so that you want it to be a universal law” Descartes Cogito ergo sum: Descartes deals 5% extra damage for every other Descartes in your team. However, if a Descartes dies, all Descartes’ lose 7% damage. Tier 4 Marx Revolution of the proletariat: Adjacent unupgraded units deal 5% more damage Hegel Dialectical synthesis: If you have an unupgraded AND an unpgraded version of a unit adjacent to Hegel, both deal 15% more damage. Tier 5 Thomas Proof of God: After reaching 25 mana, Thomas provides a proof of God, granting an ally divine attack for 5 seconds (110% vs all attack types) Kierkegaard Leap of Faith: After reaching 25 mana, Kierkegaard makes a unit take a leap of faith, jumping into the middle of the enemy wave, dealing 5% total health of wave AOE dmg and getting divine attack for 7 seconds. Tier 6 Plato The World of Forms: Nova is only a poor resemblance of the World of Forms. When reaching 50 mana, Plato makes your army reach the World of Forms, increasing your damage by 10% and health regen by 2% missing health per sec for 7 seconds. Seneca Praemeditatio malorum: Seneca already envisioned the worst to happen. That’s why he is prepared for the biggest sends. For every mythium you get sent on a wave, Seneca gains half of it in extra attack damage.