Attack Range: Long Range
- Attack Damage
- Ability Damage
Cooldown: 12 sec
Mana Cost: 60
Fennik places a mark on an enemy or building, increasing his attack speed by 25%. The mark explodes around the target after 4 seconds, dealing area wide 270 +153 physical damage. Fennik’s normal attack deals and extra 100 +57 physical damage on marked targets. The mark explodes immediately after reaching 4 stacks.
Cooldown: 12 sec
Mana Cost: 80
Fennik rolls forward and reduces enemies’ movement by 50% for 2 seconds, dealing 80 +107 physical damage to enemies in his path. Traces of lightning on the path deal 30 +40physical damage to enemies every 0.25 seconds.
Chain Hammer Cyclone (Ultimate)
Cooldown: 36 sec
Mana Cost: 130
Fennik throws a flail to create a thunder cyclone that lasts for 6 seconds, reducing enemies movement speed by 50% for 1 second while dealing 75 +48 physical damage to them every 0.5 seconds. Enemies within the center of the thunder cyclone also take double damage.
Hidden Weapons (passive)
When a normal attack hits an enemy, the projectile explodes and deals area damage to surrounding minions and monsters. Fennik has a slightly longer attack range than any other marksman with positioning abilities.
Fennik can clear lanes quickly thanks to his Hidden Weapons passive. Combined with his normal attacks, his abilities make him very effecient in the jungle. Try to trigger the explosion from Thief’s Mark by attacking the enemy with a normal attack after marking them 4 times. This will deal a massive amount of damage to enemies in the area.
HP / 5 sec
Mana / 5 sec
“Get moving, folks!”
Fennik was infamous for his transcendent speed. Before his exceptionality came into play, speediness had been overlooked for centuries because human and beast alike praised characteristics such as strength and wisdom. until. despite these traditionally upheld characteristics, Fennik changed the game when his speed eventually became a threat.
Now, not only was speediness praised, but it was also feared. Speediness became a huge advantage not only in battles but also in everyday life. With his speed as his weapon, theft became nothing more than a hobby to Fennik. Of all the thieves, he has yet to be caught and holds the highest bounty in the continent.
There were only two instances in which Fennik was relevant and known universally by humans and beast: he either raided their belongings or he made them worry about the moment when he would. The only people who did not condone Fennik’s habits were those who were benefited from them. Those who were victims of his theft and those who were rewarded were not arbitrary, Fennik unintentionally tried to find a middle-ground between the fortunate and less fortunate.
Nothing pleased him more than seeing the chagrin on the faces of his wealthy victims who he had just stolen from and gratitude of the faces of the less-fortunate when receiving unexpected gifts. He embodied a childlike spirit and embraced the art of tomfoolery. Money was merely an objective, his priorities laid deeper within.
“What is life? Being happy of course!”