Description[edit | edit source]
This map has mirrored layouts and is designed for 2 teams of 5 players. There is a Capture Point in the middle. The bases are located at opposite ends of the map.
Lore[edit | edit source]
Ascension Peak is the mountain Jenos climbed centuries ago. After stepping into the stars, a group of loyal followers and monks were left behind; Buck would later climb Ascension Peak as a monk as well.
When Jenos returned, news spread quickly, eventually reaching House Aico. Khan, the Primus of House Aico was sent to recruit Jenos to their ranks, but they were refused. They retaliated by putting Ascension Peak under siege, though they were eventually defeated by the Resistance.
This information comes from Jenos' bio, as well as the Siege of Ascension Peak lore cinematic.
Hazard(s)[edit | edit source]
Deadly Waters[edit | edit source]
The waters that surround this map are deadly to the touch and have the same kill mechanics as those of a cliff ledge, making champions with knockback abilities ideal for easy eliminations. Champions that lack flight/teleportation abilities are susceptible to being launched off the map without having any sort of means for recovery...
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Occasionally, one can see Flying Whales pass by the map, as can be seen here.
- As stated here, Tiberius and Tigrons, in general, have links to Ascension Peak.
- This map seemingly appears in Tiberius' cards World-Traveler and Alley-Cat.
Frog Isle • Jaguar Falls • Serpent Beach • Frozen Guard • Ice Mines • Fish Market • Timber Mill • Stone Keep • Brightmarsh • Splitstone Quarry • Ascension Peak • Warder's Gate • Shattered Desert • Bazaar