Another concept has come, and I've heard compliments and criticism about Takahata. The compliments being that he's "unique" and the criticism that he had too much passive power. Well, I do hope that he'll be well liked. I wanted him to have a presence in Ionia than being a champion on the Field of Justice, so... -TakaHann
Damage to Takahata from non-champions, including turrets, are reduced by 25%, while damage from champions are nullified by 7.5% (+0.5% per 25 Bonus AD) (calculated before armor/magic resistance). Damage reduction from champions grants 15 / 20 / 25 Energy and has a cooldown of 12 seconds.
COST: 70 / 60 / 50 / 40 / 30 Energy
Active: Upon activation, Takahata’s next basic attack in the next 5 seconds will have 50 extra range and will deal bonus physical damage, while having 50% additive increase in critical strike chance. Attack speed is increased by 20% for 3 seconds upon strike.
Active: Fading Blade will allow Takahata to dash, striking enemies he passes through twice with invisible strikes, inflicting physical damage. Takahata receives 40 energy back for each enemy champion hit. The energy return cannot exceed the cost value.
Each strike will apply armor reduction stacks from Ki Edge.
Passive: Takahata’s attack speed permanently increases by a percent.
Bonus Attack Speed: 30 / 40 / 50%
Active: Takahata will approach a target enemy champion to launch the target into the air for 1.5 seconds while slashing with a thousand strikes, inflicting physical damage over the 1.5 seconds. The thousand strikes also damage nearby enemies with physical damage. Damages every 0.25 seconds, and deals double damage to minions.
Enemies inflicted are slowed by 20% for 2 seconds.
Physical Damage per strike to Target: 40 / 70 / 100 (+ 30% Bonus AD)
Total Physical Damage to Target: 240 / 420 / 600 (+ 180% Bonus AD)
Physical Damage per strike to nearby enemies: 30 / 55 / 80 (+ 25% Bonus AD)
Total Physical Damage to nearby enemies: 180 / 330 / 480 (+ 150% Bonus AD)
Takahata’s Fading Blade has a special animation, where if used to dash backwards, he’ll twist his body as he slashes around, in contrast to where he would normally just slash around as he dashes forward. He will also face “backwards” if he dashes in this way.
Takahata is not only well-known among his fellow Ionians, but also with the denizens across Valoran, for being a top-class master of speed and defense. Many of the champions have even fought with him, but this was on many occasions due to his request to understand their way of battle, their beliefs and their goals.
Takahata has good relation with each of the people who originate from Ionia, even those who are despised by many. This has allowed him to gain mutual trust with them, although they also make mutual bounds so that they wouldn’t betray one another. TBA