The Serpentine Siren
Talina Portrait
Class Mage
Basic Type Spell
Basic Scaling Spell
Faction Harmony
Harmony Enforcer
Awakening Silence
Obtained from: Tavern
Starts as 2-star


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Home, Sweet Home

Things are lost all the time, but finding them is not so easy.

Undoubtedly, Talina is among the lucky ones.

When little Talina found herself on a completely unfamiliar beach, she starting crying immediately. The tears lasted for full three hours. Her only spectator during this process was a weird-looking monkey.

In the beginning, Talina refused to pay any attention to it. But she soon realized that regardless of what she wanted, the only creature she could interact with on that beach was that monkey.

Time passed, and life on the beach never changed day after day, and nobody new ever appeared. Talina used to walk along the coast, but she realized that whether she walked a thousand or ten thousand steps, the scenery she saw seemed to never change at all.

Talina wondered whether she had been brought to some endless loop outside of Etryna. Finally, she turned back in frustration and said to the monkey that had followed her all along the way, "I want to go home."

Sometimes Talina was confused. What was home? Was it this beach, or was it a fragment in her increasingly fuzzy memories? She was too young when the tide swept her here. Now she could no longer remember clearly the name of her homeland, and the faces of her parents were also gradually receding.

Sometimes, when the moon was full, Talina would look at its reflection on the sea and think of a few shadowy events from her past, like the row of endless coral walls outside the magnificent temple of the sea god.

Every early summer when the tide festival arrived, merfolks would rush in large numbers to the temple, surrounding those coral walls to wait for the moonlight penetrating the deep waters. Merfolks would take out their brightest pearls and hang them on the coral walls before dancing hand in hand to bless the Ruler of the Deep himself and the Sea People.

Each time Talina told the monkey about this, it would reveal a look of envy.

"How about you? You don't remember anything about your home?" Talina asked.

"Nothing. It feels like I've been here since I was born. Besides this beach, I don't have any other memories." The monkey's face reddened, as if it were feeling sorry for itself.

Finally, Talina decided to leave this place and search for her home. "Do you really want to die here all alone, until you don't even know who you are?" She asked the monkey. "Do you really want it so that when you die, the world you knew was just the size of a beach?"

Under that day's sunset, the two walked in opposite directions to seek their homes.

After a long journey, Talina finally found her answer.

It was in an ogre's cave. She almost became that fat and ugly creature's dinner. The Ruler of the Deep and his bodyguard rescued her.

When first glancing at her, he revealed a surprised expression, and that fat creature took advantage of the opportunity to escape from his grasp and run away.

"What do I see here? A feisty Sea Person." The Ruler of the Deep watched her, his face bearing a surprised and loving smile. "How long has it been since a glorious Naga warrior graced our Pandecic?"

Pandecic! That's it, it was there! The name of her home ringing in her ears once again, Talina burst into tears of joy.

"Welcome home, my child."

Talina had found her home and her past. Returning to the Pandecic, she began to train herself more rigorously to assume the duty of the Naga people to guard their homeland and the Ruler of the Deep. The fading glory of the Naga Guard would have a resurgence, and Talina would uncover the mystery of the tides sweeping up the Pandecic that year.


2 Stars Health Attack Spell Armor Resist Move
Base 1802 0 226 224 224 340
Per Lv. +188 +0 +77 +14 +14

3 Stars Health Attack Spell Armor Resist Move
Base 2161 0 393 256 256 340
Per Lv. +223 +0 +93 +16 +16

4 Stars Health Attack Spell Armor Resist Move
Base 2519 0 559 288 288 340
Per Lv. +259 +0 +110 +18 +18

5 Stars Health Attack Spell Armor Resist Move
Base 2878 0 726 321 321 340
Per Lv. +294 +0 +126 +21 +21


Miasma Cooldown:6s

Talina spews poison, dealing 60+8%*SP spell damage to enemies in a cone and leaving a fog that poisons enemies that walk through it. Each second, poisoned enemies receive spell damage and a stack of toxic. Maximum 6 stacks.


  • Each stack of Toxic deals 2%*SP damage per second.

Toxic Nova Cooldown:8s

Toxic Nova
Talina sprays venom at an enemy, dealing 100+30%*SP spell damage to it. She then deals spell damage to nearby enemies based on the number of stacks of toxic they have.


Siren's Lament Cooldown:35s

Siren's Lament
Talina sings a haunting melody, dealing 153+25.4% spell damage to nearby enemies and stunning them for 2s.



Harmony Enforcer
Harmony Enforcer
+6% damage vs. Dark
+6% damage vs. 3-star or less
Each 12s, remove all debuffs
Ultimate Harmony Enforcer
+15% damage vs. Dark
+15% damage vs. 3-star or less
Each 6s, remove all debuffs


The third hit of each basic attack combo has the following chance to silence the enemy:
Lv. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
% 4 6 8 10 12 14 17 19 21 24


Hero Effect (per Star) Flavor Text

Ariadne Portrait


+2.4% Base Health Toxic Friendship
They are both immune to the other's poison. Neat!

Wukong Portrait


+4% Base Attack Power
+4% Base Spell Power
An old friend from Wukong's past. She's a wanderer like him.

Mog Portrait


+1.6% Critical Strike Chance
+1% Critical Strike Damage
Just Desserts
The ogre knows not to eat a poisonous ally.

Neptide Portrait


+1.8% Spell Penetration Homesick
She feels at home around him.


Talina Splash