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NOTE: This page contains content that has been scrapped or changed during SMITE's development, or content that has not been been released yet. This content may never come to SMITE, but if it will, it currently has no release date.

Gods

Unreleased Gods

  • The Korean deity Jumong previously had several references within SMITE's files. He seemed to utilize a bow, a deployable quiver and some sort of fan attack. This character had been in the files since the end of 2012, and has yet to be expanded upon.
  • In the summer of 2012, a list with several characters, some with their own models, was found. Several of those characters have been released, while the remaining character (Yen-Lo-Wang) has not. Noteworthy is that Fenrir's model was significantly changed from the model that was found in the files, which was later removed.
Fenrir Yen-Lo-Wang
Fenrir's Found Model Yen-Lo-Wang's Found Model

This is full list of gods found at the time:

* Chamunda seems to have been scrapped as a unique character, as Kali's Convention 2013 skin is referred to as "Chamunda" in the game files. Both Kali and Chamunda are very similar character concepts, share the domains of anger and destruction, and both are aspects of the same deity (Devi).
** Dionysus was transformed into Bacchus. Some of Bacchus' textures file names are still tagged as Dionysus, hinting at Dionysus being changed into Bacchus during development.

Scrapped God abilities

Scrapped God abilities are those that didn't make the cut during a god's development. Gods go through many changes during their creation before they are revealed to the public, and its not unusual for abilities or even entire kits to be remade and replaced.

Updated and Revamped Gods

There have been several Updated and Revamped Gods in SMITE's history, with them either receiving a facelift or being reworked into partially or completely different characters both visual and gameplay wise.

Placeholder icons and cards

These are the images that were used as placeholder for character artwork and icons in the game during development. These range from visual puns to WIP versions of the actual artwork.

The artwork for cards and icons that did get released but were eventually replaced with new art can be found here: Old god Cards, Old god Icons, Old ability Icons, Old passive Item Icons, Old active Item Icons, Old consumable Item Icons

Ability icons

God & Skin icons

God & Skin cards

Alpha God icons

Alpha God cards

God skins

Unreleased skins

Several skins have been found within the game's files that were never released. These skins are:

Cryptwalker Arachne Shadow Bastet "Skin2" Hel Cheerleader Kali Ancestor Sun Wukong Chibi Susano
Cryptwalker Arachne Shadow Bastet "Skin2" Hel Cheerleader Kali Ancestor Sun Wukong Chibi Susano

TRIG
TRIG Skin card Release Date Unreleased
Type Exclusive
Cost 300 Gems.png (TRIG Chest)
Requirements
Voicelines Agni voicelines
In Game Model
Extra Information
 Bullet.png This would have been a promotional skin for the pro team TRIG eSports. TRIG Money, TRIG eSports' sponsor, was exposed for economical crimes which likely caused the deal they had with SMITE's developers to fall through. This skin was eventually reworked and released as "Curse Agni Agni".

OMG
OMG Skin card Release Date Unreleased
Type Exclusive
Cost None
Requirements
Voicelines Thor voicelines
In Game Model
Extra Information
 Bullet.png This skin was only available in the Chinese SMITE client and was never released to the international version. It's unlikely the skin will ever be made available.

Face Crusher
Face Crusher Skin card Release Date Unreleased
Type Exclusive
Cost None
Requirements
Voicelines The Crusher Cabrakan voicelines
In Game Model
Extra Information
 Bullet.png This skin comes with custom character animations and ability effects.
 Bullet.png This skin would have been part of a FACEIT promotion, but for unknown reasons it never came to be. This skin was eventually reworked and released as "The Crusher Cabrakan".

Removed skins

These skins have been removed temporarily or permanently from the game:

Night Prowler
Night Prowler Skin card Release Date April 23, 2014
Type Standard
Cost 400 Gems.png
Requirements
Voicelines Night Prowler Bastet voicelines
In Game Model
Extra Information
 Bullet.png This skin came with custom character animations and ability effects.
 Bullet.png This skin was removed from the game, most likely to prevent potential legal issues with DC Comics and their character, Catwoman, which this skin heavily resembles. The skin was eventually reworked and re-released as "Covert Ops Bastet".

Eliminator
Eliminator Skin card Release Date June 6, 2017
Type Standard
Cost 400 Gems.png
Requirements
Voicelines Eliminator Ravana voicelines
In Game Model
Extra Information
 Bullet.png This skin comes with custom character animations and ability effects.
 Bullet.png This skin was removed from the game, most likely to prevent potential legal issues with NetherRealm Studios and their character, Scorpion, which this skin heavily resembles. The skin was eventually reworked and re-released as "Ravin' Ravana".

Cosmetic items

Unreleased Cosmetic items

Ward skins

TRIG
TRIG Ward

Removed Cosmetic Items

Announcer packs

DMBrandon
AnnouncerPackEquip DM.png

Avatars

PBat
PBat Avatar

Ward skins

He Loves Me Not
He Loves Me Not Ward

Items

Removed Items

SMITE has changed extensively since its early Beta stages, and many items have been replaced or completely removed.
They can all be found here: Removed items list

Unimplemented Items

There are several items that were in development at some point in time but that for one reason or another never made it to the game.

Consumable items

Dragons Spirit.png Dragon's Spirit
Petal of the Heavens.png Petal of the Heavens
Serpents Flask.png Serpent's Flask
Temporal Essence.png Temporal Essence
TempItem PH.png Potion of Defensive Might (400)
TempItem PH.png Reveal (Consumable) (?)
TempItem PH.png Wall of Illusion (?)

Active items and Relics

GreekFire Relic.png Greek Fire
OtherworldKey Relic.png Otherworld Key
GreekFire UpgradedRelic.png Greek Fire Upgrade (500)
OtherworldKey UpgradedRelic.png Otherworld Key Upgrade (500)
TempItem PH.png Mystic Bolt
TempItem PH.png Cloak of Invisibility (900)
Creeping Curse Rank3 c.png Crippling Curse (900)
TemporalPurification T3.png Temporal Purification (1000)

Passive items

CloakofUnrelentingSorrow T3.png Traveler's Cloak (590)
ItemIcon JungleNecklace.png Tribal Ward (750)
ManikinScepter T1.png Manikin Scepter (Original) (800)
TalismanoftheRelentless T3.png Talisman of the Relentless (2250)
ItemIcon SplitBlade 01.png Wrath of Heaven (2715)
ItemIcon VoodooDoll 01.png Dementor's Doll (2970)
Draupnir 03.png Draupnir (?)
Gjallarhorn.png Gjallarhorn (Item)‎ (?)
YouDontDie.png Nature's Embrace (?)
RitualDagger T3.png Reliquary Blade (?)
MagicProtection R3.png Thyrsus (?)
Tank Stack Prot Tier3.png Warlord's Mail (?)
Zips Magical Mail T2.png Zip's Magical Mail (?)

Season 3's Passive Items with Active effects

During season 3's development, there was a major effort to change many passive items to also have an additional active effect as a replacement for active items. For unknown reasons, this was abandoned in favor of the Relics systes.

Gameplay Mechanics

Shrines and Offerings

The Shrines and Offerings system was a gameplay mechanic that was only available during the very early stages of Closed Beta. Offerings were enhancements that players could give to their gods outside of matches. Shrines were where players would place offerings for their gods.

Focus

The Focus system was a gameplay mechanic that was implemented as a test in late 2012, but was scrapped several patches later. Focus intended to bring Crowd Control (CC) into a stat like damage or defense. With higher Focus, CC effects would last longer or be stronger.

Stat Increasers System

In the early stages of beta it was possible to acquire direct passive stat changes for an amount of gold, which were sold along with items in the match Store. These bonuses were generally less cost effective than buying items, but could be used to shore up a specific weakness or maximize a strength. The system was scrapped in SMITE Closed Beta Version 0.1.1288, released on January 9, 2013.

Offensive Stats

  • Physical Power: +10
  • Physical Penetration: +5
  • Physical Lifesteal: +5%
  • Magical Power: +20
  • Magical Lifesteal: +5%
  • Magical Penetration: +5
  • Attack Speed: +10%
  • Critical Strike Chance: +5%
  • Focus: +20

Defensive Stats

  • Physical Protection: +5
  • Magical Protection: +5
  • Health: +200
  • HP5: +15
  • Crowd Control Reduction (Resolve): +30%

Utility Stats

  • Movement: +10%
  • Mana: +200
  • MP5: +10
  • Cooldown %: +5%
  • Gold and XP Gain: +10%
  • Respawn Reduction: +25%

Objectives and Structures

Retired Buffs

In previous iterations of the game, there were additional Jungle buff camps other than the current set-up. Aside from all the buffs that are currently available, there were several other ones:

Name Icon Duration Effect
Health HealthRegen 01.png 2 minutes This buff provided +10 health regeneration per second.
It was removed along with the sidelane jungles in the first Conquest rework.
Armor Protection 01.png 2 minutes This buff provided +50 Physical and Magical protection.
It was removed along with the sidelane jungles in the first Conquest rework.
Cooldown CoolDownReduction 01.png 2 minutes This buff provided 15% Cooldown reduction.
It was merged with the mana buff, which used to only provide +7 mana regen, in the 0.1.1629.0 Update.

Portal Demon

ConquestPortal.jpg

Camp Portal.png The Portal Demon was a Conquest jungle boss introduced at the beginning of Season 4 and removed with the redesigned Season 5 Conquest map. It was located across from the Fire Giant camp and would spawn after the 10 minute mark. When defeated, it would reward team-wide XP and gold along with spawning a one-way portal. This portal could be entered in an opening behind the killing team's Titan to instantly be teleported to the Fire Giant pit. It lasted for 1 minute and the Portal Demon would respawn after 5 minutes.

Jungle Shrine

JungleShrine Fill.png The Jungle Shrine was an objective unique to Season 7 Conquest's jungle. Each team had their own, located between the speed buff camp and back harpy camp in their respective halves of the jungle. The shrines contained chalices that appeared after every third jungle camp monster defeated by their team. Jungle camp monsters on the enemy's side of the jungle also contributed toward this, but at half the rate. Each shrine could hold up to seven chalices.

Players could use a basic attack on their shrine to break the chalices, granting 10 gold to each member of their team per chalice. The chalices could only be claimed by members of the team the shrine belonged to.

During the first 5 minutes of a match, the Jungle Shrines emitted a large protective debuff aura around themselves. Enemies that entered the aura's radius would be affected by the "Invader's Curse" debuff, which lowered their healing, movement speed and attack speed by 30%. This debuff persisted for five seconds after leaving the area.

Vine Walls

DestructableWall.png Vine Walls were destructable walls that appeared in the Conquest map between patch 8.4 and patch 8.7. There were six of these, two at each Middle Harpy camp and two at the Gold Fury. They functioned like player made walls and blocked the player from walking past them, and could be destroyed with two basic attacks. The walls grew back once their adjacent jungle camp respawned (Fire Giant Middle Harpy, Gold Fury Middle Harpy and Oracles). All Vine Walls despawned 15 minutes into the game.

Lanterns and Mist

MistLantern.png Lanterns: Lanturns were small interactable objects that appeared in the Conquest map between patch 8.10 and patch 9.1. There were ten of these in the jungle. Symmetrically, there were two between the side phoenixes and base gates (four total), one between the satyr camp and back harpy camp (two total), one behind the manticore camp (two total), one behind the pyromancer camp, and one near the draugr camp. These lanterns could be attacked with a single basic attack to extinguish their flame. Unlit lanterns released a mist in a small area around them for one minute and the lanterns relit five seconds before the mist expired.

  • Mist: The lantern's mist behaved similarly to a stationary version of Nu Wa's Mysterious Fog, hiding any god standing inside the area. Hidden gods were briefly revealed in multiple ways, including: when they basic attacked, when they cast or channeled an ability, when they took damage, or when they were affected by stealth-revealing abilities or items. Wards placed inside the mist fully revealed enemies, while wards outside of the mist didn't reveal them, only pinging the minimap. Stealth abilities overrode the mist's reveal rules and AI minions ignored gods inside the mist unless they were revealed.
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