Riot Games has officially revealed a video clip detailing their new Mordecai rework. It is expected that he will be updated with a new lore, appearance and skill.
His Passive, & # 39; Darkness Rise & # 39; will give AP damage to his basic attack. If he lands his skills or basic attacks 3 times on a master, an additional spray injury is triggered. He also receives a movement speed bonus until he escapes from battle.
According to the video clip, the stacks can be seen under his health bar, and when he completely stacks up, an aura is triggered that treats injuries to nearby opponents. The recast Mordecai will not be equipped with a dash of skill; This passive will most likely be a great help as it also gives bonus rate bonus.
His Q skill, & # 39; Obliterate & # 39; harms injuries with nearby opponents, and if he lands it on a single target, further damage is provided. Moredekaiser's new Q seems to be more convenient to use compared to his current Q, which must be used 3 times to maximize damage. This reworked Q in-game exercise looks very much like Nasus & # 39; Q, & # 39; Siphoning Strike. But as it is a non-goal, it will be harder to use.
Moredekaiser's W skill, & # 39; Inalienable & # 39; absorbs 25% of the damage taken and treated. It also adds shield to the absorbed amount. If you use this skill again, you can consume 50% of the shield and heal yourself.
Hans E, & # 39; Death & # 39; s Grasp & # 39; as a passive, 25% gives Magic Penetration. When you land the skills, you can handle damage and draw opponents. The new E-skill will come in handy for this low mobility master.
If you want to dual against an opponent, just use your ultimate "Riches of Death". This skill will immediately send you and your opponent to a separate place where you can 1 vs 1 a single enemy for 7 seconds. This cannot be a fair and square double, as it will also absorb the party's state. If you succeed in killing your goal, you will be able to keep the absorbed statistics until the target respawns.
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Although specific statistics have not been revealed yet, he looks at his new looks and skills, he seems to hit Rift as a completely different master. Now we will not see his ultimate spent on a drake to enslave it. Banishing Mordecai and an opponent of an unfair 1 in 1 will be completely new to the LoL users. Nevertheless, it seems that Riot has done a great deal of work to recreate Mordecai's somewhat vague identity. See the video released by the Riot Games below and see how this "Iron Revenant" has been reworked.
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