The target is to merge
I'm aware you can currently get a similar result by changing Profile back and forth every time you switch your Hero from/to Deathwing and by moving your Actives around, but that's not really that fun to do every time and therefore is a good workaround only for who plays Deathwing as his/her only Hero.
Considering that Blizzard said which was the reason behind Form Switch not being included in Trait, we now know that we need enough space in the tooltip dedicated to Aspect of Death for any attached tooltip coming from Talents. Sadly we have to remove some flavor text in the process.
I hope you like it!
Form Switch: 20 seconds; Switches Deathwing between Destroyer and World Breaker forms, each granting access to two unique Basic Abilities. Incinerate damages enemies around Deathwing and Onslaught allows him to lunge at enemies. Lava Burst creates a Slowing area and Earth Shatter Stuns enemies in two lines.
Form Switch entirely merged to
Aspect of Death:Deathwing is fitted with 4 Armor Plates which grant 10 Armor each. Every 25% Health lost causes Deathwing to lose a plate. Plates are only restored when Dragonflight is used, based on the amount of Health Deathwing has when landing. Deathwing is also a mighty Dragon Aspect who is permanently Unstoppable and deals 100% additional Spell Damage to Heroes, but views his allies with contempt and ignores any of their friendly effects.Загрузка...
Dragonflight:45 seconds; After 3 seconds, fly into the sky, becoming Immune to all effects and gaining 2.5% Health per second. Once cast, this ability cannot be interrupted. Cannot be cast for 4 seconds after taking damage, Basic Attacking or casting an Ability.
Wanna see how it looks in game? I made a screenshot of the old version and modified it. Yes, I used the good old Paint for this. Link: https://imgur.com/a/LEpCfBK
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