Whenever Obolias is damage with a spell or auto attack from a champion, Obolias spends a 20 / 15 / 10 mana to fire a bolt of energy at its origin point, dealing magic damage to the first enemy hit. This bolt of energy does 10 / 15 / 20 / 25 of the auto attack or spell’s damage.
This effect can only be triggered by enemy champions, jungle monsters, and siege minions.
If Obolias doesn’t have the needed mana, no bolt will be fired, and no mana will be spent.
Retaliating soul only triggers if Obolias is damaged (Blinded auto attacks will no trigger Retaliating Soul)
Retaliating Soul will not trigger on traps such as Noxious Trap and Bushwack.
It will not trigger on the activation of shaco’s boxes but each attack can trigger the attack.
Retaliating soul will factor in all damage from on hit effects. This damage will be added to the damage sent on the bolt the attack damage was assigned to.
The bolt will fire back towards the target and can deviate up to 10° from the direction it traveled from.
Bolts fired from AOE spells will fire towards the center of the blast.
The bolts have a projectile speed of 800.
The damage from the bolt is fired before Obolias’ resistances are applied.
Spell vamp is applied for multi target and DOT spells.
Rylias’ Crystal Scepter is applied for Multi Target and DOT spells.
Minion and monster auto attacks result in a smaller projectile.
COST: 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 / 100 mana
Active: Obolias stomps on the ground, dealing magic damage and knocking up enemies for 1 second. This effect deals less damage and has a lower knock up time the farther away from Obolias the target is, down to a percentage equal to Obolias’ current health percentage.
Here is an example of the damage cc reduction. “Obolias has 40% health. Evelynn is next to him and Yasuo is on the very edge of his damage. Evalyyn takes 100% damage (Normal) and is knocked up for 1 second. Yasuo is dealt 40% (Obolias’ current health) of the damage and is knocked up for .4 seconds.”
COST: No Cost
COOLDOWN: 20 / 18 / 16 / 14 / 12
Active: Obolias channels in target direction for up to 1.5 seconds.
While channeling, nearby enemy projectiles will be redirected to Obolias, dealing reduced damage, and all activations of Retaliating Soul will fire in the selected direction.
Ancient Grounds and The return have a shared cooldown.
The Return has a 1 second cast time
Upon casting The return, World Crush will be cast at no mana cost.
World Crush can only be cast this way if Obolias has at least one rank.
If World Crush is cast this way, it will be cast even if it is on cooldown.
If world crush is cast this way, it will not set it on cooldown, or affect it’s current cooldown.
World Crush’s damage is calculated as he had the AD buff from The Return’s passive.
The damage from World Crush will stack if they overlap.
If the return is cast while Obolias is standing on the Ancient Stone, It will effectively deal normal damage.
If cast this way, against an opponent with a spell shields, the closer one will be blocked and the farther one will be unaffected.
COST: 100 mana
Active:For the next 10 seconds, Obolias surrounds himself in his soul, growing in size. While in this form, if he would take Physical or Magical damage that exceeds a set amount, it deals that amount instead.
While in this form, Retaliating Soul gaining infinite range and costs no mana.
Obolias reveals himself to enemy champions within 2500 range.
In ancient times, when Lissandra was a little girl growing up in her tribe, she heard tales of ancient creatures. Her parents told her about the Titans.
These colossi shaped mountains, planted forests and ground stone into desert. They were artists, and the world was their canvas.
“Where did they all go Mommy?” asked the innocent Lissandra.
“To sleep, with blankets as their covers,” Her mother lied, tucking the child into bed.
Unbenounced to lissandra, the Titans had died of age long ago. Unable to have children their bodies were burned by the people who worshiped them, and their bones were spread across Runeterra, and even they turned to dust.
All except one. The last of the titans, and the youngest. Oborolo, one who loved to throw and smash rocks left the civilized lands, swimming away from the mainland. He did two things that no titan had done before. Oborolo died before his time, and he was not burned.
Years later, during the rune war, a baby was born and name Helias. Despite growing up in the rising conflict between Noxus and Demacia, he had time to grow spiritually. After years of meditation and and memory sifting he happened upon a discovery. His was a reincarnated titan. The only titan whose soul refused to pass on.
Though he is contained in a human body, his soul now lashes out against the world, changing and shaping it with awe striking destructive force. He renamed himself Obolias, after his titan name, while retaining his human heritage.
His decision to join the league of legends was largely fueled by his need for power. He felt the urge to reclaim the god like power.
In top lane, Obolias has enormous lane presence. Your opponents will have to keep their distance as your passive is more effective at close range, and your aoe damage will punish them for getting close to you.
As a Jungler you will find your clear time extremely fast. Your ganks may be lacking in deadly force but you allies will be safe under your shadow with Soul Focus. If you do manage to catch up to your enemies during ganks, you will manage to keep them in line and add your own CC to the mix.
During the late game and during team fights, you will take the front, absorbing damage and reflecting it back at your enemies. Once your team has dealt some poke damage of their own you can begin closing in and disrupting them with your cc. Remember your ult is on a low cooldown so it can be used often if you have built cooldown.