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Call of the Freljord
On-Target Cooldown: 10
Call of the Freljord

Innate: Nunu's and Willump's next instance of damage dealt to an enemy Champion icon champion, large monster or Turret icon structure grants both Willump and the nearest allied champion Call of the Freljord for 4 seconds, prioritizing the ally with highest attack speed.

Call of the Freljord: Targets gain 20% bonus attack speed and 10% bonus movement speed. Additionally, Willump gains Tiamat item splash damage on his basic attacks, dealing 30% AD physical damage to enemies in a cleave centered on his target.

Nunu and Willump cannot trigger Call of the Freljord from the same enemy again for a time. Successive triggers of Call of the Freljord will stack the duration.

Ability Details
Notes
  • The splash damage will critically strike when the basic attack does, without dealing any bonus damage but benefiting from Infinity Edge item Infinity Edge's critical damage conversion.
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Consume
TARGET RANGE: 125
COST: 60 Mana
COOLDOWN: 12 / 11 / 10 / 9 / 8
Consume

Active: Willump takes a bite of a target enemy after 0.25 seconds, dealing magic damage and Heal power healing himself. The heal is increased by 50% when below 50% of maximum health.

Champion Damage:
60 / 100 / 140 / 180 / 220 (+ 50% AP) (+ 5% bonus health)

Base Healing from Champions:
60 / 96 / 132 / 168 / 204 (+ 56% AP) (+ 8% bonus health)
Empowered Healing from Champions:
90 / 144 / 198 / 252 / 306 (+ 84% AP) (+ 12% bonus health)

Against Minions Killed icon minions and monsters he deals Hybrid penetration true damage instead, and restores 25% more health.

Non-Champion Damage:
340 / 500 / 660 / 820 / 980

Base Healing from Non-Champions:
75 / 120 / 165 / 210 / 255 (+ 70% AP) (+ 10% bonus health)
Empowered Healing from Non-Champions:
112.5 / 180 / 247.5 / 315 / 382.5 (+ 105% AP) (+ 15% bonus health)
Ability Details
Notes
  • If the ability would deal lethal damage and the target is a minion or small-medium monster, it will instead perform an unique animation, Stun icon stunning and Airborne icon pulling them, then subsequently dealing their current health as true damage.
    • Triggering this will cause Spell vamp icon spell vamp to heal less than normal.
  • Spell Shield Spell shields will block the damage and the heal.
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Biggest Snowball Ever!
COST: 50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70 Mana
COOLDOWN: 14
Biggest Snowball Ever!

Active: Willump breaks free of active Slow icon slowing effects and conjures a Biggest Snowball Ever! Minimap snowball that he Channeling icon begins rolling in the target direction for up to 10 seconds, increasing in size and power over 5 seconds. He can turn at a very narrow angle that increases while turning in the same direction (resetting upon changing direction).

The duo are slowed by 50% for the first 1 second, but are Slow immune icon immune to other Slow icon slows for the duration of the charge. After a delay, the duo gain 14 movement speed every 0.25 seconds, up to the greater value between 「 Total MS + 85 」「 Total Uncapped Flat MS + 85 」 (click to toggle). The bonus movement speed from Biggest Snowball Ever! ignores the movement speed cap.

The snowball rolls over minions and small monsters in its path dealing magic damage, with the base damage increased by 0% − 400% (based on charge time) and the ratio increased by 0% − 66.67% (based on charge time).

Minimum Rollover Damage:
12 / 15 / 18 / 21 / 24 (+ 60% AP)
Maximum Rollover Damage:
60 / 75 / 90 / 105 / 120 (+ 100% AP)

The snowball explodes upon colliding with an enemy Champion icon champion, large champion summoned unit, medium-large monster or terrain, dealing magic damage to surrounding enemies, increased by 0% − 400% (based on charge time), Airborne icon knocking them up for 0.25 seconds and subsequently Stun icon stunning them for 0.75 − 1.5 (based on charge time) seconds.

Minimum Explosion Damage:
36 / 45 / 54 / 63 / 72 (+ 30% AP)
Maximum Explosion Damage:
180 / 225 / 270 / 315 / 360 (+ 150% AP)
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After 10 seconds, upon re-activation after 0.5 seconds, or if the duo are Silence icon interrupted, they will let loose the snowball, sending it rolling forward for an additional 1.4 − 2 (based on charge time) seconds, during which it will not grow any larger and will explode when colliding with any enemy unit. Its size resets if released before 2.5 seconds.

Ability Details
Notes
  • The time threshold to begin gaining bonus movement speed may be bugged, as Flat Bonus MS increases the time while % Bonus MS decreases the time.
    • The formula appears to be (X / 100) - Y, where:
      • X = Total Flat MS after caps
      • Y = 0.1 per 1% %MS
  • The delay is not modified from its initially calculated value on-cast, even if additional movement speed is gained.
  • Nunu's movement speed always increases in increments of ~14, regardless of which total value he will reach. This takes 6 increments to reach the Total MS + 85, but may take more to reach the Uncapped Flat + 85. Due to flat bonuses increasing the time threshold, it is possible for the ability's effects to end before reaching the total uncapped movement speed.
  • If Nunu turns continuously he will create a 600 unit circle, increased with bonus movement speed, striking the same point up to 3 times, for a maximum of 180 / 225 / 270 / 315 / 360 (+ 300% AP) magic damage. The damage can be further increased by detonating the snowball, for a total of 360 / 450 / 540 / 630 / 720 (+450% AP) magic damage.
  • RyzeSquare Ryze's Realm Warp Realm Warp will only teleport Nunu and Willump, leaving the Biggest Snowball Ever! Minimap snowball behind.
  • Hovering the cursor on the HUD (e.g minimap / champion portraits) does not affect the cast and steering of Biggest Snowball Ever!.
  • Even though the ability doesn't have a distance limit, casting the ability outside its cast range (7500 units), will have Nunu and Willump attempt to walk in range before charging.
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Snowball Barrage
TARGET RANGE: 690
COST: 50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70 Mana
COOLDOWN: 14
Barrage Cooldown: 1
Snowball Barrage

Active: Nunu throws a volley of 3 snowballs in the target direction over 0.4 seconds, each snowball shattering upon hitting an enemy, dealing magic damage to enemies in a cone.

Damage Per Snowball:
16 / 24 / 32 / 40 / 48 (+ 6% AP)
Damage Per Volley:
48 / 72 / 96 / 120 / 144 (+ 18% AP)
Total Magic Damage:
144 / 216 / 288 / 360 / 432 (+ 54% AP)

Enemies hit 3 times are Slow icon slowed by 50% for 1 second. Champions and large monsters hit once are also Snowbound for 4 seconds, resetting on each hit.

Snowball Barrage can be re-activated up to 2 times at no cost for 3 seconds. An enemy cannot be Slow icon slowed more than once. After 3 seconds, it is Willump's Turn.

Willump's Turn: Snowbound enemies around Willump take magic damage and are Root icon rooted for 0.5 − 1.5 (based on level) seconds.

Magic Damage:
20 / 30 / 40 / 50 / 60 (+ 80% AP)
Ability Details
Notes
  • Because of snowballs' cast time and travel time it is possible for Willump's Turn to come in while Nunu is still launching his snowballs.
  • Nunu can move while casting Snowball Barrage.
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Absolute Zero
EFFECT RADIUS: 650
COST: 100 Mana
COOLDOWN: 110 / 100 / 90
Absolute Zero

Active: Nunu and Willump Channeling icon sap heat from the surrounding area, Slow icon slowing affected enemies by 0% − 95% (based on channel time), as well as gaining a Hybrid resistances icon shield. The affected area is hidden if the duo is not Sight icon visible to the enemy team.

Shield:
65 / 75 / 85 (+ 30 / 40 / 50% bonus health)

After 3 seconds or if the duo is Silence icon interrupted, surrounding enemies take magic damage, reduced by 100% − 0% (based on channel time). Once the channel ends, affected enemies will remain Slow icon slowed for 0 − 3 (based on channel time) seconds and any remaining shield will decay over 3 seconds.

Maximum Damage:
625 / 950 / 1275 (+ 250% AP)
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The duo can interrupt the ability after 0.5 seconds by inputting a movement command or casting one of their other abilities.

Ability Details
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  • No additional details.
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