Wonder Woman‘s Bracelets of Submission ability is effective at controlling your enemies at the outset of a teamfight and then immediately supporting your allies in the thick of it. Be sure to time its use carefully. Lasso of Truth has different effects depending on your enemy’s HP, be wary of timing when you activate it.
|Amazon Shield (Passive): After 2 normal attacks, Wonder Woman’s next normal attack will throw her shield, dealing an additional true damage to all enemies in its path and slowing their movement speed for 0.5 second. If the shield hits an enemy, Wonder Woman will recover HP. If the shield hits an enemy hero, the HP recovered is tripled.|
|Sword & Shield: Wonder Woman repels her enemies with her sword and shield. Her shield bash deals physical damage and slows enemy movement speed for 3 seconds. If the shield hits an enemy hero, Wonder Woman will receive damage reduction for 3 seconds.|
After Wonder Woman bashes with her shield, she can activate the ability again to follow with a sword attack that deals the same amount of physical damage. Enemies hit by the center of her blade suffer double damage.
|Lasso of Truth: Wonder Woman throws her Lasso of Truth around an enemy. If the enemy’s HP is greater than 50% of their maximum HP, then Wonder Woman will be pulled towards them, dealing physical damage. If the enemy’s HP is less than or equal to 50% of their maximum HP, then Wonder Woman will pull them towards her, dealing physical damage. If Wonder Woman hits an enemy with this ability, the cooldown will be reduced by 3 seconds. Targets hit are stunned for a short period of time.|
|Bracelets of Submission: Wonder Woman builds up her energy and then slams her bracelets together, unleashing an energy wave that deals physical damage to enemies in front of her and stunning them for 1 second. Wonder Woman and allies behind her receive shields that absorb damage for 3 seconds. Wonder Woman also increases her movement speed by 80% for 1 second. While she is building energy, Wonder Woman will receive high amounts of damage reduction.|
Bombshell Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman is Princess Diana of the immortal Amazons from Greek mythology. When army pilot Steve Trevor crashed on the warriors’ secluded island paradise, Diana won the right to escort him home and make her people known to the world. Entering the cynical world of humanity for the first time, Diana found a people who needed a hero.
Over the years, the ways of mankind have vexed Diana—war, hate, and a callous disregard for the health of the Earth—but her superhuman strength, speed, bulletproof bracelets, and the famed Lasso of Truth have aided her in the quest to bring order to humanity’s chaotic ways.
A warrior by birth and training, Wonder Woman fights evil while hoping to unlock the potential of a humanity she doesn’t always understand—and it is this mission that has driven her to work in close concert with the Justice League. However, Wonder Woman’s mission to promote peace on Earth is sometimes complicated by the political machinations and familial disagreements of her relatives—the gods and personas of Greek mythology. It was a message from her mother, Hippolyta, that eventually sent Wonder Woman to the realm of Athanor.
Hippolyta had kept a secret from Diana her whole life—a secret that now threatened to tear Mount Olympus apart. Hippolyta confessed that she had a passionate affair with Zeus; the resulting child was none other than Diana. But Wonder Woman had no time to process the emotional uppercut she had just received, as she was attacked by Hera, Zeus’ jealous wife. The ensuing battle involved many of the gods, but Wonder Woman was able to quell the fighting by binding Hera with her Lasso of Truth.
Wonder Woman learned that Zeus had been missing from Olympus for some time—and in his absence, the gods were at war with each other, vying for control of Olympus. Zeus had left in search of the source of the gods’ power: a star that was rumored to exist at the center of the universe.
Knowing that without peace on Olympus, Earth and humanity would be threatened, Wonder Woman took it upon herself to find Zeus. But Hippolyta cautioned that what she would find in Athanor would make all of her previous challenges feel like child’s play. There were gods in Athanor, with strange powers and magic that would rival anything that Wonder Woman had faced.
But Athanor has never seen a hero like Wonder Woman. And when she eventually finds Zeus, what he tells her will have grave ramifications, not just for Olympus… but Earth as well.