Disclaimer: This was written before the Samedi nerfs were announced. As we have not played with them yet, we cannot say one way or another if they’re what he needed/if he needs more. Was there really a choice between any of the other loa than Baron Samedi? As soon as I heard “Voodoo”, his was the very first name that came to mind, thanks in part to Vampire: the Masquerade and their Samedi bloodline. It was through them that I found interest in the various Voodoo entities/spirits. Baron Samedi is truly the life of the party, and brings a wealth of unique features to Smite, from his look to his kit. Known for obscenity, debauchery and the party life, Baron Samedi can also bring life to those he thinks are worthy, curing them of any illness or disease. On the flip side, the Baron can deliver a hex/curse that will bring someone to the edge of death. What’s fascinating about this is how cruel it is, despite being an upbeat, party guy. If Samedi does not dig their grave, that cursed person will not die, and instead will merely suffer. He’s easily one of the most fascinating characters to come… Read full this story
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