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Wukong (Order/Corruption) is a deadly and elusive melee carry, capable of farming faster than any other Hero.
The latest updates to Wukong:
- v41.0 (Jun-27 2017) - Staff of Legend was slightly nerfed
- Ruyi Jingu Bang (Basic Attack)
High damage and high scaling melee attack
- Staff of Legend (Alternate Attack)
Extends his polearm.
OFF: your polearm deals damage and pushes enemies back the length of the staff.
DEF: Wukong plants his staff and launches himself into the air with a directional jump.
- Cloudwalker (Primary Ability)
Passive: Grants the Monkey King a double jump (Spacebar/X).
OFF: the jump will end with a slam into the ground which deals damage and slows enemies.
DEF: he is able to walk on air following the double jump.
- Control Aggression (Secondary Ability)
Passive: grants bonus CP to a random minion in the area upon last hit.
Toggle: the Monkey King swaps between offensive and defensive stance. DEF - Evasive stance, OFF - Offensive stance.
- 84,000 Hairs (Ultimate Ability)
When Wukong strikes a minion, hero or structure he will create a clone of himself. The clone cannot move and deals damage in a radius around itself. Damage dealt by clones is based on a percentage of Wukong’s damage.
During their (Wukong and Feng Mao) travels, Wukong annoyed Feng Mao in a variety of ways, but most often by upsetting the natural order of things through sheer mischief, leaving Feng to have to fix it.
On one occasion, Wukong saw a towering statue in the wilderness and thought it would be fun to climb up the side and dance on its head, while Feng stood at the base yelling for him to come down. He did not know that the statue was worshiped by a local tribe of bloodthirsty cannibals, who then attacked Feng Mao. Feng had to hold them off while Wukong finished his dance and descended to join him. Then the two made a hasty retreat into the wilderness, but the cannibals tracked them and attacked in a running battle that lasted 2 weeks. When Feng Mao later demanded an apology, Wukong only said that it was worth it.
On another occasion, Wukong and Feng were in a city of scholars, tracking down an ancient text that Feng was curious about. Wukong took offense at the superior, patronizing air of the scholars, and wrecked one of their ancient libraries, swinging around on ancient book cases and chandeliers. Feng Mao scolded him and began to clean up the mess by himself. Abashed, Wukong joined him, and the two cleaned up the library, and calmed the cowering scholars. Seeing how disciplined Feng Mao was, Wukong decided to devote himself to learning Feng Mao’s ways, and asked if he could be Feng’s apprentice for a while. Feng was hardly reassured, but agreed. It would prove to be one of his biggest mistakes.
- When Wukong decided to let the youngsters take over for a while he asked Feng Mao to be his mentor.
- Wukong and Feng Mao used to be traveling companions. When Wukong became too much to handle, Feng trapped him in a cave and left. 100 years later, Wukong is free and on his way to Agora to resume aggravating Feng Mao.
- So unpredictable, even he does not know what he'll do next.
- No one can stay mad at him. Because he kills anyone who mad at him.
- Delights in annoying Feng Mao to the point of distraction.
The first official poster
The first teaser
Revealed on May-30 2017 a week prior to the Hero release.