The Ice Walker
"She has set out on her own to wander the continent, discover the true meaning of leadership, and redeem herself in the eyes of her people."
Jingu freezes the ground underneath a target, dealing 93 damage and greatly Slowing it for 15 seconds.
Jingu conjures stalagmites that pierce through targets, dealing 60 damage to enemies in a line.
Jingu summons a frozen vortex at a location. It deals 360 damage and Slows the target within it for 20 seconds.
Jingu conjures a massive ice block that entraps an enemy target and applies Stasis for 20 seconds.
An exiled walrus princess of the Norscan Ameni Tribe, Jingu has wandered far from her home in search of redemption.
Short, stocky, and nearly impervious to the cold, Jingu was hardened by life in the Frozen Wastes. Being away from her home country has not diminished her, however. Physically strong and mentally sharp, she bears her suffering with quiet dignity. Jingu rarely speaks, but when she does, she measures her words carefully, speaking with the certainty of one born to lead. That said, she is also innately curious with the world beyond the North, and will frequently ask questions about anything and everything she finds interesting.
Jingu was born a princess of a nomadic tribe, the Ameni. As a coming of age rite, her chieftain father sent her to hunt a particular wild beast, the Frost Reaver, to feed her tribe. She did not, however, succeed.
Given her failure, she was deemed unfit to lead. She has set out on her own to wander the continent, discover the true meaning of leadership, and redeem herself in the eyes of her people.
Jingu wields powerful ice magic, a talent borne from years of training and surviving in the tundra and ice plains of her Province. Her armor is crafted from ice shards that do not melt, a blessing of the Great Storm Spirit Zakar. So is her signature hook staff, which she may use to cast spells and even to summon a vortex of freezing air.
Currently, she is competing in the Arcaniums to win fortune and glory for her tribe. She sends her winnings anonymously to her tribe in order to sustain them, and hopefully end their nomadic ways.
Jingu means “eternal springtime”.