Another ninja was added in this week's patch files. It's named like a Mythic but it's currently set as a Legendary with no image – which tells me it's probably got a bit of work to go. Here's what it looks like currently, very much subject to change:
The Cloaked Star (no image)
Throwing Stars: The Ninja hurls throwing stars in a straight line. Throws 1 star three times in a quick series, dealing a base of 35 edged weapon damage with each star.
Mantis Leap: Ninja can leap once more while already jumping. Can only be executed once per jump.
Cascade: The Ninja throws one additional throwing star on the third toss. Throw pattern: 1/1/2.
Trained Throw: Reduces the cost of Throwing Stars to 15 energy.
Crescent Kick: A quick kick that does a base of 54 damage, 800.0 impact, and stuns for 3 seconds.
Shadow Stance: After defeating an enemy with a melee weapon or edged damage, the Ninja enters a Shadow Stance for 4 seconds. During Shadow Stance damage resistance is increased by 15%, Mantis Leap costs 60% less energy and the Ninja becomes more difficult to see.
Rapid Fire: Reduces the cooldown of Throwing Stars to 3 seconds.
Rain Of Death: The Ninja throws one additional throwing star on the second toss. Throw pattern: 1/2/2.
Smoke Bomb: The Ninja throws down a smoke bomb, creating a cloud that persists for 5 seconds. The cloud slows all enemies inside by 30%, dealing a base of 40 damage every second.
7 Points: The Ninja throws two additional throwing stars. Throw pattern: 1/3/3.
Fan Of Stars: The Ninja throws 2 additional throwing stars. All throwing stars are thrown instantly in a spreading arc.
Tactical: Fan of Stars: The Ninja throws 2 additional throwing stars. All throwing stars are thrown instantly in a spreading arc.
Support: Caffeine High: Regenerate energy 12%/18%/24% more quickly.
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