Tamer

Tamer is one of the class I will be using once it comes out on PS4.

The Tamer also makes her way to Black Desert. Accompanied by her legendary beast Heilang, the tamer wields a Shortsword and a Trinket to demolish her enemies. Those who are still standing once the tamer unleashes her attacks, are instantly met with the teeth of Heilang. Let’s find out more about the Tamer! 

Abandoned

At the furthest point of the Orient is a huge island full of ferocious beasts. Haemo island was completely untouched by human civilization, and survival of the fittest was the only rule that governed these islands. Yet in an act of desperation, a woman travelled to these islands with a newborn child in her arms.

Already injured and coming from a long voyage, the woman used the last of her strength to carry the small child as far as possible. Traversing the forest proved too much, and before she could reach anywhere resembling safety, she succumbed to her injuries and died, leaving the newborn alone and defenseless. A beast passing by, perhaps drawn by the scent of blood, took an interest in the newborn child. The beast picked up the child, and decided to take care of it alongside its own cubs. 

The child grew, almost feral, yet the purity of her heart remained. She took care of injured beasts after fights, played with new cubs, and became an integral part of the pack. Yet there was one Human who also called Haemo Island his own. This sage, Hwisa, returned after a long voyage looking for a successor, and was instantly intrigued by this little girl who had turned up on the island in his absence. Heilang, a legendary beast, took an instant liking to the girl too, and decided to take the girl as their own. 

With Heilang’s help, Hwisa managed to communicate with the girl, and eventually the beastial tendancies slipped away. Yet even when communication was an issue, the young girl absorbed the teachings of her new master. Her fearlessness helped her in taming beasts of the island, and learned to wield her own claws as she practiced swordsmanship. 

Yet the girl continued to grow, and as did her inquisitiveness. She began to question who she was and how she ended up on this island. She made her way down to the coast to look for clues as to how she got here. As she traveled round the perimeter of the island, traversing rocks and looking in caves, she discovered an old boat, almost overgrown by the local plantlife. This was not Hwisa’s boat. She inspected the outside and saw strange markings, but nothing really to identify the boat. As she looked inside the boat, she discovered a few sets of dirty rags. She pulled them out of the boat, and as she unfurled them a beautiful hairpin dropped out. She picked it up, and carried it back to Hwisa. 

Hwisa was sitting, almost content with her back to Heilang. Heilang was the first to sense that something was coming, and nudged his master towards the young girl. Without a word she handed her the hairpin.

‘I want to learn more about how I got here, so I went down to the coast and found this. Please don’t be angry at me’ the young girl said sheepishly.

Hwisa didn’t look angry, but instead looked as intrigued as she was. The hairpin was beautifully designed. She took in the expert craftsmanship, the beautiful gold inlays with jade stones embedded in it. It was truly a beautiful piece of jewelry. She tossed it back to the young girl.

‘It’s a hairpin, incredibly well crafted, probably from nobility. However, I would advise against heading straight into your past. Sometimes the rocks of the present bury an awful past, and maybe that is the case here.’ Hwisa once again laid back onto Heilang, her emotionless face proving too tough for the young girl to decipher. 

As Hwisa and Heilang slept, the girl left the camp and headed towards Hwisa’s boat. As her feet hit the sands of the beach, she felt nervous. She had never seen civilization before, yet here she was about to set sail on a huge journey. The cold seawater rushed against her leg as she pushed the boat out into the waters, and jumped in. She needed to know her past before she could forge her future. As the oars touched the water almost silently, she felt as though the watchful eyes of Heilang and Hwisa would continue to watch her every move. 

Skills

The Tamer and Heilang are in complete synchronisation. She can control the divine beast to do her bidding, as she gives commands to it through her skills. She is also pretty good at handling a blade, and could look after herself even without Heilangs intervention. 

Summon Heilang

At level 20, the Tamer can summon Heilang. Heilang will join you in battle and deal damage to enemies. The Tamer can also command Heilang to perform certain actions.

Command: Attack – Command Heilang to attack nearby enemies

Command: Stay – Command Heilang to wait for your next instruction

Command: Follow – Heilang will stop what is doing and come back

Command: Sit – Heilang will sit/lie down. During this time you will recover HP. 

Void Lightning

This skill will draw enemies together while flinching them. If Heilang is already summoned, he will unleash his fury dealing even more damage.

Heilang: Roaring

This skill deals massive area of effect damage emanating from Heilang. Use this in combination with Void Lighting to finish off even the toughest opponents.

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