"Praise the sun." — Historian Shurelya, 22 September, 25 CLE
+10% cooldown reduction|
+100% base health regen
+100% base mana regen
+20 movement speed
+2 gold per 10 seconds
Unique - Favor: Being near a minion death without granting the killing blow grants 3 gold and heals for 10 health.|
You may only be in possession of 1 Gold Income item.
|Active||Unique: Grants nearby allies +40% movement speed for 3 seconds. 60 second cooldown. (600 range)|
Defense > Health Regen
Magic > Cooldown Reduction
Magic > Mana Regen
Other Movement Items
|Item cost||2100g (635g)|
- 100% health regeneration = 360g
- 100% mana regeneration = 720g
- 10% cooldown reduction = 317g
- 20 movement speed = 260g
- Total Gold Value = 1657g
is gold efficient. The item can be considered 100% gold efficient or higher with the following(s):
- After being held for . Each minion death reduces the timer by .
- The passive must provide 123% health regen per 5 to be gold efficient.
- Percentage movement speed stacks additively with other sources of percentage movement speed.
- Upgrading to does not improve its ability to generate gold.
- movement speed boost is especially useful for the advantage it provides a team when initiating or exiting a teamfight. 's
- On Summoner's Rift, assuming 's user is within range of all minion deaths in a lane, it provides before the 35-minute mark. After 35 minutes, it provides .
- On Summoner's Rift, assuming 's user is within range of all minion deaths in a lane, it provides 10.5 health regen per 5 seconds before the 35-minute mark. After 35 minutes, it provides 11.6 health regen per 5 seconds.
- Shurima Desert. , , and are all tied to
- supports and themed after locations from the game's lore. , , and are a trio of items designed for
- movement speed buff available from an item when activated: 10% less than that of (however, can affect multiple champions and lasts 2 seconds longer), and 20% less than that of (which has the same duration but only works when moving towards enemy champions). provides the third-highest
- contains two likely references to : "Praise the sun" is an in-game , used by both the player and non-player characters; and September 22 is Dark Souls' release date.