Isis Attacks Players in Roman Arena During Winter Festivities

representatives from Greece, Egypt, China, and Nordic regions were in attendance during a video game match-up in Smite when Isis mounted a vicious attack, killing multiple players.

Below is an 11-minute video of the carnage, showing a group of seemingly random people working in unison as a skilled team in creating multiple deaths.

As the slaughter continues, it becomes clear this is another Isis-fueled instance of violence.

On several occasions, players fight against Isis, occasionally racking up a kill for the other side. In the end, however, the armed Isis team’s propensity for violence and fighting proved to be too much, and an Isis victory was claimed as the other side surrendered.

Isis Mastery Level Increase

This Isis video ends with a mastery increase to level 2, and, since it’s only the second time I’ve played as Isis since Joon 2013, I’m starting to consider my allegiance to Isis.

She’s great at AOE, and her regen, speed, and CD reduction is a great platform to build on. The build I used in this arena, however, is an expensive build and only works in conquest if I solo mid or a side lane.

Mages are tough to level, as people tend to autolock mage and hunter quite a bit. I got away with maxing Hel because she heals well. I tried to make Isis a bit of a healer in her own right.

Aphrodite is the next healer I want to learn, but I still have Hades and Ymir to max, as well as Ra, Isis and Chiron.

Anyone have recommendations for a good assassin or warrior build? I don’t play melee often, though I have been getting used to Odin.

Once I burn through leveling Hades and Ymir, I’ll just pick a tank and learn them. Just like in WoW and every other MMO and MOBA, Tanks are always welcome in Smite.

Anyway – enjoy the video. Only a few weeks out from CES and I got my GoPro, spare batteries, and memory cards ready to collect a lot of exclusive footage from the show floor.

Brian Penny Gas MaskBrian Penny is a former Business Analyst and Operations Manager at Bank of America turned whistleblower, troll, and freelance writer. His work has appeared in High Times, Hardcore Droid, Fast Company, Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Lifehack, and The Street.

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Brian Penny is a former Business Analyst and Operations Manager at Bank of America turned whistleblower, troll, and freelance writer.

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