|“||I’m the one who knocks!||”|
As a crystal elemental that has seen his lands tarnished by the Ogres evil sorcery he vowed to destroy every single one of them. With powers that defy all expectations, a no-nonsense attitude and a penchant for retribution, you don’t want to be on the receiving end of Durax's onslaught.
- Durax summons a controllable copy of himself (1/1/2) to fight enemies for 25/50/75 seconds.
- Durax slices his opponent with his sharpened crystal arm dealing 60/100/180 True Damage.
- Durax transforms into a pyramidal prism that fires 2/3/4 lightning bolts that deal 20-40 / 25-45 / 35-55 True Damage each.
- Durax throws a crystal spear that that skewers a single enemy for 45/90/180 True Damage.
SAPPHIRE FANGS (active) (3/3/3 hero points):
- Summons sharp spikes over an area dealing 300/400/800/1200 True Damage. The skill can deal damage to either a single target or distributed among enemies.
(The damage description is incorrect on iOS.)
Tips and TricksEdit
- Durax isn't very durable for a melee hero, but using the Crystallites skill allows to mitigate this problem:
- At lvl 3, Crystallites allows Durax to maintain 2 copies of himself active at the same time.
- With at least two Duraxes, one can block an enemy while the other heals, then they can switch once the first Durax has recovered. This will keep an enemy in place for an indefinite amount of time, stalling even better than Prince Denas and Bravebark, but requiring a lot of micro-management.
- It also works well on levels with multiple, widespread paths with enemies that have consistently mediocre health and damage, namely the Hulking Rage levels which Durax was released alongside in the same update, making him tailor-made for this purpose.
- Durax can't deal much damage by himself, but the combination of his duplicates can add up to a considerable amount.
- The copies can use all of Durax's skills except for Crystallites, tripling his damage output if used well. All skills from all three used in a row can deal 1500-1740 True Damage total.
- You can either make Durax and his copies all attack a single unit or spread out to fight other enemies, dealing a lot of damage in both scenarios, but in a different way. Make use of this versatility to handle mobs and fearsome foes. It also allows the player to reinforce more than one choke point, a valuable asset similar to that of Vez'nan's Demon and Prince Denas's Kingsguards.
- Sapphire Fangs is versatile, just like Durax himself. The spell's shared damage means that it can be used to kill a crowd of low tier enemies, or to severely weaken/outright kill a single enemy; except on veteran or impossible difficulty, a Twilight Avenger will never have a chance.
- "I’m the one who knocks!"
- "Durax don’t text."
- "Say crystal again."
- "Your doom is crystal clear."
- (death) *shatters*
- Durax bears a striking similarity to the Sorcerer Stones that are found in the ancient city of the Elves, especially when he is in his Lethal Prism form.
- The basis for Durax has been explained by Ironhide on their official Facebook page. "Durax was a Uruguayan brand for glass made plates and cups that pride itself in making them very resistant. So when the time came for making a crystal made golem, we couldn't resist the joke. So there, now you know."
- Durax may also have been partially inspired by the alien Diamondhead from the cartoon television series Ben 10. Diamondhead is a being of living crystal, able to shape his body into blades and throw projectile diamonds much like Durax.
- "I'm the one who knocks"
- A line spoken by Walt in the television series Breaking Bad. It is part of a monologue where he implies that he is the person behind the door with a gun, as opposed to the person who opens the door and gets shot. He isn't in danger, he is the danger.
- "Durax don't text"
- A slightly out of context quote (as 'texting' doesn't exist in the Kingdom Rush universe) but is from the 2010 Machete, where the texting ability of the titular character is often brought up.
- Durax along with Karkinos and Saitam are the only heroes to speak their own names. He is also the only hero outside of Kingdom Rush Frontiers to do so.
- Probably, the crystal Umbra was trapped in is made of the same material Durax made from.
- Durax is the first hero to have a passive aura beneath him since the heroes of original Kingdom Rush.
- Durax is the fourth hero in the saga who's able to copy himself after Magnus Spellbane, Mirage and Oloch. However, his copies have the exact same stats and abilities as he does, making them much more powerful than those of the other heroes.