Cohen  Navi
Prophets foretell irrational events. In dreams they get divineinformation. No one is certain when any of the things they say will happen, records have shown prophecies thousands of years old coming true. For prophets love to learn scriptures all day, they seem to hide quite well in cities.
All their ways are peaceful. Their defesive attacks are even performed while reciting holy scriptural verses. In the dimension of these holy letters and vovels defensive fire, cold, and arcane is all of the same cosmological reality. They use the yad stick, meaning a pointing baton used when reading from parchment scrolls of scripture. Made from wood or metal with the rod final in the form of a hand, it has the index as pointer. From this the idea of mages using wands emerged, but here the power of the Kabbalah lies in the holiness of the verses and the holiness of the rav receiting it, and not in the black 'magic' of a 'wand'.
Special Notes:A Rav can hide in cities or castles, because there are already greater adventures and secrets to be lifted in scripture ... He can remain hard to detect by its enemies in cities, castles and keeps. Any enemy unit that first discovers this unit immediately loses all its remaining movement. This unit only defends itself and never attacks, and inspires the ivrim around him, making them protect the civilian weak, old, women, children of the people and the eco-environment of the land with a saintly zeal. This unit will refuse orders to attack, so this weapon will never be used on offensive but in defense.Getting hit makes it harder for this unit to recite its protective verse. The number of defensive strikes decreases when the unit is wounded. The number of strikes is proportional to the percentage of its of maximum HP the unit has. For example a unit with half of its maximum HP will get half of the number of strikes. This attack always has a 70% chance to hit.
|Advances from:||Cohen  Gaon|
Attacks (damage × count)
|5 × 9|
|5 × 9|
|5 × 9|