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Vodnik’s skill is pretty strong if his target has a lot of mana, not very impressive if they have low mana. This means his usefulness is going to be restricted for challenge event bosses, and for 3* tournaments.
For offense, his attack stat leaves a lot to be desired; his tile damage isn’t bad, but it’s nowhere near as good as Ulmer or Gato, who come with more valuable secondary effects with their skill. Both Karil and Valen have better tile damage too, and less situational skills: Valen has a valuable fast def-, and even Karil has his place in a blue stack for challenge events (spread damage in the boss round) and for crowd control during raid tournaments. Since Vodnik relies on enemy mana to hit at his strongest, that leaves him in a very odd spot for offense.
He impresses me more for defense teams in 3* tournaments though. He’d be a good flank to Carver, Chochin, or Bauchan tanks, since he can charge his skill quickly and these tanks can help him set up a strong snipe to an attacker. He could tank as well, since he’ll likely fire when the enemy is at close to full mana. I would personally prefer him as a flank though, since his skill is just a damage dealing snipe.
The family bonuses only work for unique heroes, which means you don’t get the bonus for the second, third, etc. copies of the same heroes. Worth noting… if you have a team of only Vodnik’s, then none of them would get the bonus. You need at least 2 unique heroes to get the bonus.
I caught… er pulled Vodnik with 10 event coins. He seems decent for a 3*. Game devs probably created him to fight against against those level 10 - 15 event bosses. He will be pretty tanky with emblems.
I’d probably replace Valen and put Vodnik in my 3* blue stack, but depends on how fast is Vodnik’s special animation. Hopefully it’s faster than Valen’s.