Cenarius (Warcraft III)

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For lore, see Cenarius.
Cenarius
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Race Keeper of the grove
Statistics
Combat
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This article or section contains lore taken from Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, the manuals, and official bonus maps.

Cenarius had the unique class "Demigod".

Statistics at Level 10

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Cyclone
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Entangling Roots Force of Nature Thorns Aura Tranquility
Cenarius's abilities in Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos.
Unlike other Keepers of the Grove, he had five abilities.
  • 4000 HP (+340% more than a regular Keeper of the Grove)
  • 1000 MP (+59% more than a regular Keeper of the Grove)
  • 111-167 chaos melee damage (+193% more than a regular Keeper of the Grove)
  • 4 divine armor (-34% less than a regular Keeper of the Grove, but divine armor only takes damage from chaos attacks[1])
  • Attributes
    • 53 Strength (+66% more than a regular Keeper of the Grove)
    • 20 Agility (-29% less than a regular Keeper of the Grove)
    • 63 Intelligence Primary Attribute (+50% more than a regular Keeper of the Grove)
  • Abilities
    • Entangling Roots (DoT and incapacitate)
    • Force of Nature (summons Treants from trees)
    • Thorns Aura (enemy melee units attacking units with this buff receive a percent of their attack damage back to them)
    • Tranquility (AoE heal around caster)
    • Cyclone (incapacitates target) (not present with regular Keepers of the Grove)
  • ^ Though the game states that "divine armor only takes damage from chaos attacks", standard attacks do manage to inflict a small amount of damage to Cenarius (damage reduced to 2% before applying reductions from armor). The Bladestorm ability does not have its damage reduced by divine armor, but it is on a somewhat long cooldown. Thus, it is possible to kill Cenarius without drinking from the corrupted Fountain of Life, by hitting him with a tremendous number of standard attacks quickly enough to exceed his high rate of regeneration. (One way to do this is by luring him into attacking a massive number of towers.) However, killing him this way does not allow you to diverge from the storyline; the level simply ends in victory and the cut scenes go on as if you did in fact drink from the fountain.