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Chalice of Harmony

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Blarfles

Senior Member

11-22-2009

People keep talking about how great an item this is, especially for mana dependant heroes.

I feel like a complete noob for bringing this up, but it seems incredibly weak to me.

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Asvarduil:
Chalice of Harmony has a great passive benefit: you gain 1% of each 1% of your max MP you're missing (so, if you have 2000 max MP, and you're missing all of it, you'll regen 2 additional Mana that five seconds.)


Uhh... less than .5 mana per second because your missing a huge 2000 mana? The regen even gets weaker the more mana you have and is extraordinarily low anyways.

Someone care to clarify how this is a good item so I don't feel so retarded?


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Barotix

Senior Member

11-22-2009

You would have to use it on a mana dependent champion, like Taric, to understand how important it is. I can't play Taric without a chalice.


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Emrot

Senior Member

11-22-2009

It multiplies your base mana regen. If you have 10 mana/second regen, and you run yourself out of mana completely, you get 20 mana/second regen (until your mana goes above 0).

It's also very cheap and gives 40 magic resist. The magic resist is one of the biggest reasons to get the item.


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Barotix

Senior Member

11-22-2009

Chalice + Another MR item is usually enough to mitigate most magic damage.


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Blarfles

Senior Member

11-22-2009

Quote:
Emrot:
It multiplies your base mana regen. If you have 10 mana/second regen, and you run yourself out of mana completely, you get 20 mana/second regen (until your mana goes above 0).

It's also very cheap and gives 40 magic resist. The magic resist is one of the biggest reasons to get the item.



I just played Taric and noticed it more than I thought. Regardless of that, now I understand how its good, didn't quite understand the passive. Thanks ^^


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Dr Niles Aquatic

Senior Member

11-22-2009

No, it's like this. Let's say you have 20 mana regen per 5 seconds. If you lose 50% of you mana, your regen increases by 50%, so you'd have 30 per 5 (as 50% of 20 is 10). If you lose 100% of your mana, it doubles to 40 per 5.

EDIT: Didn't see the post above me, but I suppose this is still a good summary.


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Pieceofcandy

Recruiter

11-22-2009

1% of 2000 is not 2.


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Highborne

Recruiter

11-22-2009

Dr. Niles is correct.

It takes your mana regen rate (whatever it is including runes, base, items) and multiplies it by 1.01 per 1% health lost.


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Crazy Demon

Senior Member

11-23-2009

Haha, I gave Asvarduil that explanation before I understood how Chalice worked.


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