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Build by Anonymous on 03-16-2018

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croak Battlerite - Lethal Toxins

Lethal Toxins

Lethal Toxins

Toxin deals 4 bonus damage and reduces targets movement speed by 12%.s movement speed by 12%.

croak Battlerite - Slippery Skin

Slippery Skin

Slippery Skin

Reduces damage taken by 30% for 2.5s after Camouflage ends.

croak Battlerite - Venom Strike

Venom Strike

Venom Strike

Using Blade Flurry during Camouflage inflicts venom that explodes after 2s dealing 8 damage to nearby enemies.

croak Battlerite - Noxious Reaction

Noxious Reaction

Noxious Reaction

Noxious Lunge inflicts a 1s root and also reapplies Toxin.

croak Battlerite - Frog Frenzy

Frog Frenzy

Frog Frenzy

Activating Toxin Blades increases the attack speed of your next 6 Blade Flurry attacks. Also increases Toxin Blades bonus damage by 1.

Author Advice

First of all, this build specifically requires you to unequip the Dab of Accomplishment pose. Get it out. Lethal toxin is the most effective toxin battlerite. The slow is big, and you don't want to double spit because you don't want to be spending all your time spitting at the enemy team. Venem strike is a must for that sweet damage, since you're going to be using invis as your approach tool most of the time. This combos with Frog Frenzy. You get two extra attacks with the extra damage optimally, in addition to the damage youre laying on with the venom. Noxious Reaction increases Lunge's versatility, making it a better escape than simply extending the range, as well getting extra healing from toxin. It also works well as a combo finisher, as you can root them then run away. The final battlerite is kinda loosey goosey. Originally it would always be the increase to min/max range of Frog Leap, but since that was removed, there are a couple of viable options that are really down to personal preference. I have yet to see if Slippery Skin or Time to Strike are very good, but they are pretty decent. For more agressive builds, you can take triple strike, or Frog Slice. Again, however, the fifth slot is up to your personal preference.

Some notes on strategies: Avoid using Frog Leap for initial engages; Camoflauge is a much safer way to get guaranteed damage and bait out counters/escapes. Later, when it is down to a 1v1 or 2v1, you can use Frog Leaps to chase them down. Almost exclusively use Lunge as an escape; Lunge away, get some damage in, and root them so they can't follow. After using Venom Wind, you can guarantee the venom damage hits by camoflauging and stunning immediately after. Otehrwise, wait for them to use their escapes, then yolo it.