Kha'Zix first impressions

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Reynmaker

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09-27-2012

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Originally Posted by MajorUrsa View Post
im loving all the knee-jerk OP day 1 reactions from people. its hilarious.
An ability that can be upgraded at lvl 6, that allows a jungler to leap-gank mid lane from the river bush, with a passive that procs bonus damage every time you walk into a bush and another that adds base damage + 160 or 240% bonus AD..................is definitely balanced. Definitely.

Just dodge the skillshots and cc him. amidoinitrite ?


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Glumduk

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09-27-2012

He's a bit like Talon - have a Sweeper and/or a couple Lightbringers on the team, an exhaust, maybe a stun. If he jumps over a wall with no health and gets away, fine - you won that fight.


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BigDaddyDelish

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09-28-2012

For those that are struggling against him, Lightbringer/Sweeper are must buys. If you buy them and hit him once, he cannot get his passive more than his first strike, and can't hide in his ult. If he blows his jump to engage (and he probably will), he suddenly has no way out of a fight anymore either. And if he doesn't blow his jump, he can be kited, making champs like Ezreal and Vayne who are good at disengaging champions annoying.

If you don't buy it, you deserve to lose. That's just the way it is. It's like complaining about Akali or Talon and not buying Sweeper/Lightbringer, you just HAVE to make that purchase in order to face them or of course they are going to **** all over you.


Tanky champs that do well in melee are still insanely good. Malphite, Alistar, Nunu, Singed, these are all champs that I've found I have a lot of trouble dealing with.



Kha'Zix is definitely very good. But op? He's an assassin that only does damage ffs. Of course he's going to kill you when you don't play against him properly.


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DiscworldDeath

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09-28-2012

His lack of a solid AA steroid, or a "huge" burst means usually Rengar will be able to 1v1 you with ease, be advised.

He doesn't really have the burst of other assassins.


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Wrathofrecca

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09-28-2012

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His lack of a solid AA steroid, or a "huge" burst means usually Rengar will be able to 1v1 you with ease, be advised.

He doesn't really have the burst of other assassins.
Even if you evolve Q first?


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Goronok

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09-28-2012

Rengar with high Ferocity will kill you, Rengar without will run or die. Really like most anyone vs Rengar, in my experience. :P

Rengar is a one trick pony, his trick is very good, but without it he's not dangerous.


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DiscworldDeath

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09-28-2012

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Even if you evolve Q first?
Yes. Once you get to the multiple Q threshold, it's moving away from being a burst too.

Also, speaking of one trick pony, you don't do nearly as much with Kha against non-solitary opponents. Not /nearly/ as much.


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Risemix

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09-28-2012

So much misinformation in this thread

Kha'zix's Q is a nuke, not an AA reset for one.


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DiscworldDeath

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09-28-2012

Yup. Gotta love it when people call a champ OP and they don't even know how it works.

That champion with an AA reset, who can get triple heal from evolved W, and whose evolved Q scales off of total target HP does sound a bit strong


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Argodis

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09-28-2012

Low risk, high reward.