After several teaser trailers, and an interesting short story, Riot has finally released some game play of the newest champion Bel’Veth. The gameplay trailer highlights what Bel’Veth will look in game as a small preview for players. While the trailer itself does not explicitly mention the abilities and what is actually happening, viewers can certainly pick up a few things about League of Legends Bel’Veth Abilities.
Bel’Veth is the latest jungler in League of Legends, and it appears as though she has plenty of tools to be an excellent threat on the Rift. With an ultimate that appears to greatly enhance her abilities, Bel’Veth might be the next power-pick for junglers across all ranks.
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First up is what appears to be a dash-type move. Bel’Veth looks like she is able to dash through enemies multiple times in a row. There is a small indicator on Bel’Veth’s health bar that changes based on her dashes. It looks as though she can only dash in diagonals, making it a bit more tricky that a typical movement ability.
Next is seemingly a channel ability, that latches onto one particular enemy. This channel ability halts Bel’Veth in order to keep an enemy tethered within a certain range. There appears to be a circle around Bel’Veth as she uses the ability, potentially indicating that the locked enemy can only move in a certain area.
Her last basic ability looks like a knock-up. As a jungler, it is vitally important to be able to lock down targets with crowd control abilities, and it looks like Bel’Veth is jammed pack with skills to impair enemy movement.
Last is her ultimate ability, which looks like she transforms into her true form. In this form it looks like she doesn’t do much differently, however her ability looked to be buffed in some way.
(Note: This piece will be updated once the official League of Legends Bel’Veth Abilities are announced)
Official Bel’Veth Abilities Listed Below
Passive – Death in Lavender
Q – Void Surge
Bel’Veth dashes in one of four directions, dealing damage to all enemies she passes through and applying on-hit effects. Each direction has its own unique cooldown that scales with attack speed.
W – Above and Below
E – Royal Maelstrom
Bel’Veth channels a storm of slashes around her, gaining damage reduction and increased life steal. Each slash strikes the lowest health enemy within her Maelstrom, dealing more damage the more health they are missing. The amount of slashes scales with her attack speed.
R – Endless Banquet
Passive: Every second attack against the same target deals additional True Damage, stacking infinitely. Takedowns against Epic Monsters and Champions leave behind a piece of Void Coral. Epic Monsters from the Void like Rift Herald and Baron Nashor drop special, voidier Void Coral.
Active: Bel’veth consumes a piece of Void Coral and explodes, slowing and dealing True Damage to nearby enemies based on their missing health. Upon consuming Void Coral, Bel’Veth temporarily changes into her True Form. Consuming Void Coral left by Epic Monsters from the Void (Rift Herald and Baron Nashor) grants Bel’Veth her true form for an extended duration and causes minions that die in her presence to be reborn as faithful Voidlings. Voidlings are small minions that will serve Bel’Veth by marching down the lane in which they were spawned.
True Form: When Bel’Veth unleashes her True Form, she gains increased max health, out-of-combat move speed, attack range, and total attack speed. While in her True Form, she also gains the ability to dash through walls with Q – Void Surge.
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