June 17, 2024

Sorlag

Sorlag: Sorg Flesh-trader #

Her clan harvested the most warmbloods; they gorged themselves and had flesh-stock left over. Many credited the Haruspex, who could open terrifying windows to the Other Place using the warmbloods’ steaming guts. As their best hunter, Sorlag credited herself. She would expose him by using the warmblood’s forcefield devices to spill his “sacred” bowel-bowl. Morning came, the ritual began, and all saw the Other Place—dark, metal, cold. Sorlag leapt with the device. But her claws had crossed the window. She saw the bowl topple as she was pulled in, screeching.

CHAMPION Stats  
DIFFICULTY Medium
WEIGHT CLASS Heavy
STARTING HEALTH 125
MAX HEALTH 100
MAX OVERSTACK HEALTH 175
HEALTH DECAY RATE 1 per 2 seconds
STARTING ARMOR 75
STARTING ARMOR (DUEL) 75
MAX ARMOR 125
MAX OVERSTACK ARMOR 200
ARMOR DECAY RATE 1 per 2 seconds
RUN SPEED 300 ups
MAX SPEED 600 ups
AIR ACCELERATION 1.137778


Acid Spit:

Sorlag does an area-of-effect acid attack. It does 10 damage per second and can blind an opponent if hit directly. Try to use automatic weapons with this ability to quickly chip away health.

Active Ability Tips:

Sorlag spits five blobs of acid at her enemies, burning their flesh and poisoning them with its toxicity. The acid also sticks to surfaces, poisoning anyone who touches it.

  • Cooldown: 60 seconds

  • Damage on Acid Spit Direct Hit: 15 damage
  • Acid Projectile Size: 0.5 meters/20 units
  • Acid Damage/Duration: 10 damage/7 seconds
  • Acid Direct Hit Knockback: 0.25 meters/10 units
  • Acid Pool Duration: 5 seconds
  • Acid spit count: 5
  • Total Weapon Disable Duration: 1.3 seconds

Combine Acid Spit with weapons to compensate a long weapon disable duration. Direct hits partially blind enemy for a second.
You can track enemy through walls via damage number of DOT.

Acid spit is especially good against group of enemies.

Acid Fiend:

She is resistant to enemy Sorlag acid DOT (but not to direct hits) and to an arena acid.

Bunny Hop AKA Assist Hop:

Continuous jumping in one direction will increase your speed slowly untill you get 500 ups. It’s not real Bunny Hop and any useful only for novices who can’t strafe jump.

Leaping Lizard AKA real Bunny Hop:

Sorlag can alter her direction of movement in the air, allowing her to make sharp turns at high speed.

Bunny Hop is the special movement that allow to keep speed while turning but it’s slower than Strafe Jumping. So most effective way to move is usually start moving with Strafe Jumping untill you hit speed cad and switch to Bunny hop after that.

You may know this way to moving from Quake World, Quake 3 CPMA or Counter Strike.

For Bunny Hoping you need to it like Strafe Jumping but stop holding forward button after first jump (Circle Jump). Holding jump button makes Bunny Hop easier to do (but a but slower).

Lore Scrolls #

It had been whispered for centuries: that after the fall, a hatchling with a dire destiny would emerge from a scarred egg. The voice of the Haruspex called for silence the barren cavern as the tribe huddled near the blaze of the fire. Any emergence was cause for the tribe to stop and observe. But with an egg so marked, all eyes watched. The first tearing of the egg began slowly; yet even as a hatchling, this one emerged with a violence and speed that made even the old ones recoil, hissing into the night.

The Haruspex began the chant, filled with sounds and phrases that, though seemingly gibberish, struck fear in all who heard. That chant, in a tongue forgotten by all but a few ancients, spoke of the Other Place, its awesome power and mind-searing horrors, and of the Sorg’s fateful connection to it. And then the old Haruspex’s voice rose to a roar as he slowly held aloft the still curled, glair-covered hatchling and pronounced its name. Sorlag. And all looked up to the hatchling, even now struggling to be free from the grasp that held it.

The clan’s minders knew the legend that foretold of this special one. So they raised and trained Sorlag with great caution. And soon her strength indeed became something to fear. But although each minder concealed their fears, the truth became obvious to the whole clan: Sorlag knew no fear or pity, and she never would. The day came when all that remained to teach her were the Sorg ways of hunting, raiding, and killing. Others learned this slowly. Not Sorlag. Her taste for blood, for meat, for destruction drove her faster than the minders would go.

The Haruspex gave a command: Let Sorlag join a raid. But first, she must come to him—to learn secrets that, even at such an early age, should bring doubts and difficult questions. With the stone walls surrounding him, filled with the ancient carvings and the colors of quickly painted images, the Haruspex said, “Look,” pointing to it all. And did Sorlag give the ancient images even a cursory glance? No, said those who dared edge close enough to the chamber to bear witness. But the Haruspex extended a curled claw to her indifferent chin, to make Sorlag understand.

“The Sorg once ruled the world. Only five great clans existed, and they lived in sprawling cities. There was peace. But long after the Fall, the warmbloods rose to plunder our world! They had machines to dig and to think and to kill. They tried to banish us from our own lands. They tried to kill every Sorg, even smashing scores of our eggs before the hatchlings could draw their first breath. The Sorg retreated to the caves—these caves. And with one world gone, we made another. We would survive. We would fight. But then the Oruk created their own downfall.”

Sorlag stood up, hissing at the tale. She walked past the Haruspex and opened her mouth, tasting acrid air. Acid built in her throat, eager for a target, as she laid a claw on one image. A machine to kill Sorg. The Haruspex nodded. “Many, many cycles ago, Oruk machines learned the buried secret of the Other Place, with its blood, death, and horror. The machines passed the secret into the Oruk. The portal opened. In their madness some fled into it, no longer masters. They were like chunks of meat thrown to hungry beasts. This was the Oruks’ Fall.”

Sorlag left the cave. Those who had gathered outside backed away from her. Had the place and its story made her understand the Sorg ways? Had it made her even more brutal, more deadly? As they returned to the clan grounds, no one spoke—not even the Haruspex! Days later, when the clan grew hungry and the cycle demanded it was time to hunt the wandering, wild warmbloods and raid their camps, Sorlag took up weapons and strode to the front to lead. None questioned her right to be there. None questioned her seizing of leadership. None dared.

And that hunt would create unending strife for Sorlag and for all Sorg, for when a warmblood band is found, only one Sorg clan may claim it. The harvesting, slaughter, and slaves are for that clan alone! Only this law keeps an uneasy peace between the many raiding clans. But that night, Sorlag and her raiders found a group of Oruk pinned against a sheer cliff as another Sorg warband closed in—from a distant clan Sorlag did not know. Her raiders began to turn away, but Sorlag stopped them. She spoke only one chilling word: “Ours.”

Then Sorg fought Sorg as the warmbloods cowered. Sorlag’s bloodlust only grew with each kill. Suddenly, gunfire from above! Sorlag spun around to find her raiders dead, and the other clan’s raiders fleeing. She whirled back. There atop the cliff was an Oruk woman in a feathered headdress, her gun’s barrel still glowing red with heat. Sorlag leapt to the cliff and scaled it with her bare claws, but by the time she reached the top, the Hunter was gone. Sorlag had found her destiny. She would kill this Hunter … even if it meant following her into the Other Place.

Artifact #

A clutch of feathers tied to shard of bone. The feathers were the only sign of Hunter that Sorlag found at the clifftop on the night of their first confrontation; they serve as a talisman to stoke her wrath.

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