Level 175 Asura Warrior
Str: 480(Hopeless) Con: 416(Hopeless) Dex: 442(Hopeless)
Per: 178(Hopeless) Lea: 144(Hopeless) Wil: 161(Hopeless)
Mag: 159(Hopeless) Cha: 159(Hopeless)
Life: 90 Mana: 70 Speed: 315
Skills Weapon Proficiencies

Tactics: 118 (1%)
Two Hand: 129 (1%)
Healing: 204 (2%)
Shield: 200 (2%)
Heavy Armor: 199 (2%)
Medium Armor: 199 (2%)
Dual Wield: 331 (1%)
Light Armor: 118 (1%)
Evasion: 204 (2%)
Stealth: 118 (1%)
Greater Evasion: 129 (1%)
Anatomy: 118 (1%)
Faith: 118 (1%)
Meditation: 118 (1%)

Long Sword: 210 (2%)
Axe: 210 (2%)
Martial Arts: 188 (2%)
Scythe: 204 (2%)
Blunt: 210 (2%)
Polearm: 199 (2%)
Stave: 118 (1%)
Short Sword: 199 (2%)
Bow: 118 (1%)
Crossbow: 118 (1%)
Throwing: 118 (1%)
Firearm: 118 (1%)


Fire: Superb
Cold: Superb
Lightning: Superb
Darkness: Superb
Mind: Superb
Poison: Superb

Nether: Superb
Sound: Superb
Nerve: Superb
Chaos: Superb
Magic: Little

Kalis are hostile NPCs found only in the Elona+ mod of Elona. They are the 5th tier of asura-type enemies.

While Vishnu do a large amount of damage and are very dangerous, Kali are in a class all their own. While they have no armor slots and do not use shields, the rate at which they can do damage makes them one of the most dangerous non-God enemies in Elona+.

They mostly attack from short range, but will also attack with thrown weapons while they are approaching. They wield 4 katanas or wakizashis, like any other asura. They can also use the Shadow step special action, sometimes causing a huge amount of damage before they can even be noticed. They also have the Drain Blood special action. To make up for their lack of defense, they have natural thorns, causing cut damage to attackers.

They make extremely strong pets.


Kali cannot be evolved.



  • cardkali creates a card of kali.
  • figurekali creates a figurine of kali.


The sprite number for kali is 405. They have a blue tint.


  • Kali is a Hindu goddess of empowerment, time and death.
    • The sprite's dark tint may also reference the name Kali as the feminine form of Kalam, meaning "the black one", and the custom of illustrating Kali with dark blue skin.