Through December 7th 2014Across an ocean of possibilities, Oracle has foreseen his death at the hands of a thousand-thousand nemeses. Eager to avoid this grim fate, he has struck a deal with Phantom Assassin, granting her the Manifold Paradox and a contract to end the lives he has deemed most dangerous.
Each day during the event, Oracle will tally his killers to compile a list of nemeses. If Phantom Assassin faces one or more of these nemeses in a match where any player on either team owns the Manifold Paradox Arcana, Phantom Assassin will automatically receive a contract to kill an opposing nemesis hero.
If Phantom Assassin slays her target before the target slays her, the contract will be Fulfilled.
If the targeted hero kills Phantom Assassin first, the contract will be Denied.
All players on a team that has been both victorious at the end of the match, and has successfully Fulfilled or Denied a contract will be rewarded with a trophy. Additionally, each Arcana owner in the match has a chance to trigger a cluster-drop of items for the winning team.
Each day, the number of contracts Fulfilled and Denied against a hero will be calculated, causing some heroes to be removed from Oracle's Nemesis Registry and placed into the Graveyard. New heroes will then be added to the Nemesis Registry.
Oracle fears these heroes most, as they have proven most lethal to him across all battles. Should Phantom Assassin face one of them on the field, a contract will be issued for their death. Each Midnight GMT, a selection of heroes will be moved to the Graveyard, and new nemeses will take their place.
Enough heroes have died for now.
The Nemesis Assassin Event has ended.
As days pass, and Phantom Assassin successfully completes contracts, some heroes will be stricken from Oracle's Nemesis Registry and placed here. These heroes are considered to have died enough, and are no longer a part of the Nemesis Assassin Event.
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