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Revenant is an Offensive Legend who specializes in ambushes and aggression. His tactical ability Silence fires an orb that stick where it lands, dealing damage and preventing the use of abilities to any enemy who touches it.
|Silence||Throw a device that deals damage and disables enemy abilities for 15 seconds.||You can throw this and use other items (Reloading, Healing, etc.) at the same time, as each takes only one hand.|
When it explodes against a door, the cloud moves with the face of the door when people open it.
Silencing a Wraith while she’s placing her Dimensional Rift will cancel the ult. Wraith will be able to use it again once the silence runs out.
The device can be shot down by Wattson’s Interception Pylon.
Throwing this at a Caustic’s Nox Gas Traps will set the trap(s) off.
|Stalker||You crouch walk faster and can climb walls higher.|
|Death Totem||Drop a totem that protects users from death. Instead of getting killed or downed, you will return to the totem.||You can use enemy death totems.|
Players cannot use Wraith’s Dimensional Rift for two seconds after returning to the totem.
Death Protection will immediately wear off as soon as you enter the boxing ring at Pathfinder’s Fight Night. This will not come back upon exiting the ring..
- Legend Type: Offensive
- Tactical Ability:Silence
- Passive Ability: Stalker
- Ultimate Ability: Death Totem
|Silence||Do not expect the ability to fully kill an enemy unless their health is extremely low.|
You can throw this device and a Frag Grenade at the same time. Use this to ambush an enemy and gain a huge upper hand.
You can use this as an area of denial to block a path for 10 seconds such as a doorway, stairs, etc. This can potentially buy you some time to pop a heal or revive a knockdown teammate.
If you’re going through Wraith’s Dimensional Rift portal and know you’re about to be pushed, throw Silence on it to catch the enemies off guard and instantly damage and disable their abilities that chase you through it.
If you look directly up and shoot your Silence in the air, it’ll come down 4 seconds later landing directly on you. Combine this technique with a Frag Grenade for a devastating surprise.
The Silence causes a lot of visual clutter. You can use this as cover for when you revive a teammate.
|Stalker||Use this to outflank enemy squads or ambush squads in high buildings, if your team is attacking in one direction try to use this to attack from the side.|
Crouch ADS strafing is faster than normal strafing and makes your hitbox smaller.
All legends make no noise in a crouch. Use this and your extra speed to confuse enemies and shake them off your tail.
With many weapons, crouching can increase accuracy. Use this to have increased accuracy at the same time as strafe speed.
|Death Totem||Unlike other placeable ultimates, the totem doesn’t preview where it will go before you place it.|
Recharge your shields before activating the totem on yourself.
Make sure you have Health before using the death totem. Any damage you take in shadow form mode is based on your health bar and not your shield bar.
Octane’s passive, Swift Mend can still restore his health even during shadow form.
Med Kit or Phoenix Kit if you forgot to heal beforehand.
In shadow form, you’ll want to be as aggressive as you possibly can be because you have nothing to lose. Try to get as much damage in as you can in the 25 seconds you have on the timer. Thirst knockdown enemies as fast as possible since you won’t be punished for it if you’re killed.
Avoid placing the totem in the open, as it can be easily destroyed.
While in shadow form, if you use Finishers, you’ll completely refill your Body Shield at the end even though you cannot heal in this form.
Be aware of enemy Caustics as their Nox Gas Trap bypasses shields if you’re caught returning to the totem. Try to look around for any enemy Caustic before placing the totem.
Sometimes you can enter shadow form and use the Death Totem as a small piece of cover if you’re in the open.
Enter shadow form mode if you want to take the risk of reviving a knocked down teammate or making risky Respawn Beacon plays.
Place the totem on high ground places or platforms, so you can prepare to drop down and go crazy without worrying about any enemies getting to your totem’s location.
When you are low on time with the Death Totem and you need to go back for health or team support, try standing still and letting the enemies kill you, sending you back to the Death Totem.
Combine this ability with Octane’s Launch Pad to get to the fight quickly and return to the fight much quicker.
Combine this ability with Wraith’s Dimensional Rift to get into the fight quickly and without being sent back to the Totem when entering the fight.
Be wary of using this ability against a Crypto, as his x22px EMP can destroy it instantly.
Revenant used to be human. He used to be the greatest hitman the Mercenary Syndicate ever had. He used to look in the mirror and see his human face looking back. Then one day, he finally saw what he had become at the hands of the Mercenary Syndicate and Hammond Robotics: a walking nightmare of steel and vestigial flesh.
The simulacrum Revenant first booted up in 2420, though it took another twenty years for the robotic shell to function properly, after which he was delivered to the Syndicate for their use. For three centuries Revenant has been an agent of death for the Syndicate, type the name of the target, and a day later they’re dead. When Revenant himself dies, his masters resurrected him again and again, snatching him from death’s embrace and programming him to forget.
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