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New Champion Revealed For League of Legends

by on February 16, 2013
 

 The newest champion to hit the League of Legends roster has come into the public eye. The name of the new champion is Quinn & Valor, a ranged AD Carry that is bringing some new abilities to the table.

Have a look on what has been found out:

Passive – Harrier

Valor marks a nearby enemy with Vulnerability for 4.5 seconds. If Quinn attacks a vulnerable enemy, she deals 15 + 10 per level (+50% bonus AD) bonus physical damage. This cannot occur again for 10 seconds, or 3 seconds if Quinn triggers the vulnerability. Valor will first prioritize Quinn’s most recent attack target. If Quinn has not attacked anyone recently, Valor will target nearby low health units (prioritizing champions over minions).
Harrier isn’t available while Tag Team is active.

 

Q – Blinding Assault

ACTIVE – QUINN: Quinn commands Valor to fly forwards in a line, stopping when he collides with an enemy. Valor then deals physical damage and blinds nearby enemies for 1.5 seconds.

ACTIVE – VALOR: Valor deals physical damage to all enemies in an area and blinds them for 1.5 seconds.

 

W – Heightened Senses

PASSIVE – QUINN: Attacking a Vulnerable target will increase Quinn’s attack speed for 3 seconds.

PASSIVE – VALOR: Valor has bonus attack speed.

ACTIVE: Valor reveals the surrounding area for 2 seconds.

 

E -Vault

ACTIVE – QUINN: Quinn dashes to an enemy, dealing physical damage and slowing the target’s movement speed by 70%. This slow decays over 2 seconds. Upon reaching the target, she leaps off and lands near her maximum attack range away from the target. Valor will immediately mark this target as Vulnerable.

ACTIVE – VALOR: Valor dashes to an enemy, dealing physical damage and slowing the target’s movement speed by 70%. This slow decays over 2 seconds.

 

R – Tag Team/Sky Strike

ACTIVE – QUINN: Valor replaces Quinn on the battlefield as a mobile melee attacker for 20 seconds with an alternate set of abilities. Valor gains 80% bonus movement speed that gradually decreases to 20% while in combat.

ACTIVE – VALOR: Quinn returns to perform Skystrike, dealing physical damage to all enemies in a large area. The damage increases depending on how much health they are missing. If Skystrike has not been cast before Tag Team ends, it will be cast automatically.

 

So what do you think of the newest champion to be revealed? Do you think the abilities make them look awesome, or do you think their performance will be lacking before they’ve even been added onto the roster? Let us know your thoughts in the comments and keep an eye out for when Quinn & Valor are officially announced for entry into League of Legends.


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