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Indivisible is a hand-drawn action RPG platformer from Lab Zero, creators of the critically acclaimed Skullgirls! Set in a huge fantasy world, Indivisible tells the story of Ajna, a fearless girl with a rebellious streak who sets out on a quest to save everything she knows from being destroyed.
Dhar is a Lieutenant of Ravannavar’s army who accidentally becomes Ajna’s first Incarnation. He is voiced by Benjamin Diskin. It was first depicted in the Indivisible trailer before being the first Incarnation revealed at $100,000 during the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, initially in greyscale before his colour scheme was first shown with the reveal of Yan. Dhar was one of many children taken in by Ravannavar due to his high Iddhi.
Dhar derives from Dharā, a Hindu god of earth, whose name also means “support”, reflecting Dhar’s earthen powers and his role as both a general to Ravannavar and Ajna’s first Incarnation.
Additionally, Dhar is a Kashmiri surname that originates from the honorific given to a village head, strongman or a warlord of a jagir (feudal land). It is also similar to the Burmese word dha, meaning “knife”, which is used to refer to a wide variety of Southeast Asian knives and swords; the sword Dhar carries highly resembles the Kachin dha.
How to Unlock Dhar
- Primary: AoE Damage
- Secondary: Burst Damage
* AoE Damage: Put simply, they do damage to multiple foes with one attack. Examples include Dhar’s Special attacks and Zebei’s Up attack.
*Burst Damage: Characters that deal damage in large “chucks” rather than constant quick attacks. A prime example is how Dhar’s Down attack let’s him store attacks to power up high damage attacks.
Front or sides.
|Normal||Dhar slashes the target.||Yes|
|Down||Dhar powers up his next attack with earth elements.||N/A|
|Up||Dhar jumps and slashes the target.||Yes|
|Special (1 Bar)||Dhar slams the area with a stone sword.||Yes|
|Special (2 Bars)||Dhar slams the area with a stone sword (damage +).||Yes|
|Special (3 Bars)||Dhar slams the area with a stone sword (damage ++).||Yes|
Normal Attack: Grounded Slash
Dhar slashes at the target. This will hit multiple targets if they are close enough, which is almost always.
Down Attack: Earthen Fury
Dhar stores one attack in order to power up another attack. You can gauge how much power you’ve stored by the amount of stone orbiting Dhar. Each attack consumes one charge of the stored power.
Here’s how it interacts with Dhar’s attacks:
- Normal: Attack hits four times for each target hit (excludes airborne targets)
- Up: Attack hits twice.
- Special: Does nothing
Strangely, Dhar’s Normal and Special attacks appear to not work properly when used on airborne foes. The charge is consumed, but the damage remains the same as a regular attack. I also couldn’t find a difference in the damage of boosted special attacks while writing this. It’s either bugged or has a specific trigger.
Up Attack: Stalactite Spike
Dhar jumps into the air and slashes at the target. This attack does not hit multiple targets, despite how it looks. This is an easy way to bring airborne targets down into melee range.
Picture 1 is a non-boosted attack. Picture 2 shows a boosted attack.
Special Attack (1 Bar): Groundpound
Dhar slams the field with a giant stone sword, hitting everything in the area. This includes airborne foes.
Special Attack (2 Bars): Earthbreaker
Dhar slams the field with a giant stone sword, hitting everything in the area. This includes airborne foes. This does around 60%-70% more damage than special attack 1.
Special Attack (3 Bars): Terraquake
Dhar slams the field with a giant stone sword, hitting everything in the area. This includes airborne foes. This does around 60%-70% more damage than special attack 2.
Dhar is great because he can deal out high single-target damage and has AoE attacks that can hit a lot of targets at once. He even has an up attack that works on the first attack looking at you, Anja. He’s a flexible damage character that can work well in a variety or situations.
Dhar’s only minor drawback is that he does need to charge up before he can deal some solid damage. This is minor mainly because of how fast his attacks recharge. For being listed as a 1.5 speed, he attacks recharge at a rate closer to that of a 2 or 2.5 speed.
I am unsure what to list as possible combos for Dhar. Most would require charging his attacks first and then using either Normal attack or Up attack. I recommend using 3 Normal attacks for ground targets, or a Up attack followed by 2 Normal attacks for airborne targets.
This is the ending of Indivisible Dhar Character Guide. Hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.