(Innate): Ahri gains a charge of Essence Theft whenever one of her spells hits an enemy. This caps at 3 charges per spell cast. Upon reaching 9 charges, Ahri's next spell will have 35% bonus spell vamp.
Essence Theft is a passive ability that gains charges whenever any of Ahri's champion abilities deal damage. Each target that takes damage will provide 1 charge, up to a maximum of 3 per ability. Upon reaching 9 stacks, her next ability will consume the charges to gain 35% spell vamp when it deals damage.
Essence Theft is not expended if her next ability doesn't hit an enemy unit.
Spirit Rush's 3 separate casts are considered as individual spell casts; it is therefore possible to gain 9 charges by only activating Spirit Rush.
Essence Theft cannot be charged or consumed with Ahri's summoner spells or items' active effects.
When Essence Theft has 9 stacks, Ahri's orb becomes green.
Orb of Deception
(Active): Ahri sends out an orb in a line in front of her and then pulls it back, dealing magic damage on the way out and true damage on the way back.
(Active): Ahri releases three fox-fires to surround her for up to 5 seconds. After a short delay after cast, they will target nearby enemies, prioritizing champions, to deal magic damage to them. Additional fox-fires that hit the same target will only deal 50% damage.
Cost: 60 mana
Cooldown: 9 / 8 / 7 / 6 / 5 seconds
Magic Damage Per Fox-Fire: 40 / 65 / 90 / 115 / 140 (+0.4 per ability power)
Maximum Damage to the Same Target: 80 / 130 / 180 / 230 / 280 (+0.8 per ability power)
Fox-Fire is a proximity self-targeting ability that, upon activation, releases 3 fox-fires around Ahri for a short duration. These fox-fires will launch themselves to deal magic damage to the closest enemy units, prioritizing champions. Consecutive hits of fox-fires on the same target beyond the first will deal 50% damage.
The enemy champion closest to the fox-fire's location
The target of Ahri's last autoattack
The enemy unit closest to the fox-fire's location
Fox-Fire has no casting time and does not interrupt Ahri's previous orders.
A spell shield can only block a single fire ,others will normally hit.
Ahri may act freely while Fox-Fire is active.
Ahri can activate Fox-Fire during any of Spirit Rush dashes
Each of the fires from Fox-Fire counts as a single-target spell for the purposes of Rylai's slow and Spell Vamp.
Fox-Fire can only target units that are visible. This means that champions, stealthed champions, minions and jungle creeps in the fog of war and inside brushes can not be auto-locked and hit.
If a locked enemy dies before getting hit, the fire is lost and will not search for a new target
Any fires that have not locked in yet are lost if Ahri dies, the ones already moving to their target will hit them normally.
The cooldown of Fox-Fire does not begin until all the fox-fires have either been consumed or expired.
Each Fox-Fire has its own targeting radius. They may thus target and damage different units depending on their location relative to Ahri's.
Once Fox-Fire locks onto a target it will act similarly to a direct-targeted ability, moving to and hitting the target regardless of whether it leaves vision or the ability's range afterwards.
(Active): Ahri will blow a kiss that travels in a line in front of her. It will deal magic damage and charm the first enemy it encounters, forcing them to walk harmlessly towards her, while being slowed by 50% for the duration.
Charm is a collision linear skillshot that affects the first enemy unit it hits, dealing magic damage and charming them for a short duration. While under the effect the target is forced to move towards Ahri's location at a specific movement speed, and cannot control its movement, attacks or use any abilities.
Even though Rylai's Crystal Scepter applies a full slow on a Charmed target, this slow is effective only while Charm's rank is below 3 as Rylai's slow will expire before Charm does.
(Active): Ahri dashes towards the cursor and fires essence bolts, dealing magic damage to up to 3 nearby enemies, prioritizing champions. In the next 10 seconds, Spirit Rush can be cast two additional times before going on cooldown. Each enemy can only be hit once per dash.
Cost: 100 mana
Essence Bolt's Range: 550
Cooldown: 110 / 95 / 80 seconds
Magic Damage Per Bolt: 85 / 125 / 165 (+0.35 per ability power)
Maximum Damage to the Same Target: 255 / 375 / 495 (+1.05 per ability power)
Spirit Rush is a three part cursor targeted dash ability which causes Ahri to rush towards the cursor's location. Spirit Rush can be activated up to two more times after the initial cast, with a 1 second cooldown between each dash. Every time she casts Spirit Rush, upon reaching her destination she fires up to 3 essence bolts which target and deal magic damage to the closest enemy units, prioritizing champions. Spirit Rush goes on cooldown after all three casts are used, or after 10 seconds of the initial cast.
Spirit Rush can only target units that are visible to Ahri at the end of the dash. This means that champions, stealthed champions, minions and jungle creeps in the fog of war and inside brushes can not be auto-locked and hit.
Units in the position of Ahri at the moment of the dash will be hit even if she dashes away from them , as the essence bolt range is larger than the dash range.
Note that due to Spirit Rush selecting targets at the end of each dash, the ability may target and hit units that were out of Ahri's initial vision but entered it due to Ahri's new position and vision.
If Ahri is killed mid-flight she will not be able to fire any shots as the bolts lock and fire when she finishes the dash.
However if the dash is interrupted essence bolts will fire from Ahri's new position.
Spirit Rush can hit targets as far as 1000 range units away from the initial dash location as long as desired targets do not break vision or move further than 550 range away from Ahri's Spirit Rush destination.
Once an essence bolt from Spirit Rush locks onto a target it will act similarly to a direct-targeted ability, moving to and hitting the target regardless of whether it leaves vision or the ability's range afterwards.