Singed, the Mad Chemist is a trollpick champion in League of Legends.
Singed is known and hated for the legendary rule of League: "Don't chase Singed".
This rework, while trying to maintain it, fixes a direction for Singed: melee range. Singed's lack of damage barring poison forces him to be point-blank to be meaningful. Singed is therefore encouraged to tank as much as possible to go point-blank. His two really new abilities, which are his Q and ultimate, center around Singed's identity as a tank. Singed's W and E remain his position control abilities. E has been buffed regarding the controlling abilities at the expense of its damage. The aim of this move is to force Singed to play with an in-your-face style.
Passive: Singed passively emits poison in a 90° cone in the direction where he sees the most enemy units (prioritizing champions), dealing 10 / 20 / 30(+ 5% AP)magic damage each second and creating a Poison Cloud in the center.
Passive:Singed stores a charge of Delirium Dose periodically, up to a maximum of 3 stored at once.
Active: Singed drinks a serum and enters a crazy state for 6 seconds, gaining bonus lifesteal and damage reduction. A percentage of the mitigated damage by Delirium Dose'sdamage reduction is substracted from Singed's current mana.
Vision granted outside enhanced Poison Clouds will be removed, and vision granted inside them will be negated.
However, Clairvoyance and Destiny will continue to grant vision for their remaining duration after Genocide Tower ends.
Although vision is lost across the map, champions will still retain their own (but slightly reduced) field of vision and can spot any enemy or unit that they could see normally.
Oncoming refers to sources of damage coming from a direction in front of the shield. Sources of damage that originate from behind the shield will not be affected.
Projectiles are any entities with a velocity that are not classified as a unit (champions, minions, monsters, etc).
Intercepting a projectile causes it to hit Singed regardless of the intended target. In addition to being redirected, an intercepted projectile is also destroyed after hitting Singed - although this is only applicable to pass-through projectiles.
For the purposes of abilities like Backstab, Singed's facing direction is the direction he's moving in - not the direction his face (or the shield) is looking. This is a recognised limitation of the game engine.