Titania’s second ability is Tribute. Titania targets an enemy and blasts him with energy, dealing damage and blasting him away. If the enemy survives, its damage will be reduced for a period of time. Additionally, an afterimage of the target will remain in its original position. Picking it up will provide one of four different buffs. You can check which buff you’ll get by the little icon above each afterimage. The four different buffs you can get are as follows.
First we have Dust. Dust is an aura that reduces the accuracy of enemies around Titania. Next we have Thorns. The Thorns aura will reflect incoming damage back to the attacker. Any allies near Titania will also benefit from this effect. Next we have Entangle. The Entangle aura will reduce the speed of enemies around Titania. And finally, we have Full Moon. The Full Moon aura increases the damage of companions. Any allies near Titania will also benefit from this effect, increasing their own companions’ damage. Picking up a buff that is already active will improve its effect, up to a maximum, and will also refresh its duration. Tribute will only work once per enemy and the buff you get depends on the enemy type.
Ability Strength mods affect the initial damage of Tribute, the damage over time and the explosion damage of Lantern, the Razorfly damage of Razorwing and the damage of both the Dex Pixia and Diwata weapons. These weapons can also be modded from the arsenal page. Ability Range mods affect the radius and cast range of Spellbind, the cast range of Tribute and the cast range, attraction radius, damage over time radius and explosion radius of Lantern. Ability Duration mods affect the duration of Spellbind, the reduction of the targeted enemy’s damage of Tribute, the duration of Lantern and the energy drain of Razorwing.
So, all things considered, here are some builds you may want to try on your Titania: