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The Monkey King

Wukong

Assasin
Wins
51.4 %
Appearance
2.9 %
KDA
7.7
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Poise

Attack damage

Ability effects

Difficulty

Base Growth
HP 3305 + 265.2
Attack 167 + 13
Defense 98 + 21.6
Resistance 50 + 8.5

Hero   tips

Remember to hit enemies with a normal attack after using an ability to properly utilize the additional damage from Wukong's passive. Follow this with another ability immediately to continue the combo. If any of these hits are critical, it will deal a ton of damage.
passive
God of War
Each time Wukong uses an ability, his next normal attack is enhanced and deals 330 (+167) physical damage. Wukong also tumbles toward the target. Wukong's staff grants 15% critical chance permanently.
skill 1
Shadow Clone
Mana cost: 80
Wukong temporarily disappears and gains 40% movement speed for 1 second.
skill 2
Great Sage
Mana cost: 0
Wukong tumbles towards the specified direction, gaining 100 armor and magic defense for 3 seconds.
skill 3
Monkey Business
Mana cost: 150
Wukong unleashes his inner Chi, knocking nearby enemies into the air, dealing 150 (+83) physical damage and stunning them for 1 second. It can be used again within 5 seconds to remove any movement speed reduction effects, make Wukong disappear and increase his movement speed by 40% for 1 second.
Punish
summoner 1
Deals 800 true damage to nearby minions and monsters and stuns them for 1 second.
Sprint
summoner 2
Increases movement speed by 30% for 10 seconds.

Hero   Story

My magic staff is getting rusty!

After completing the journey to the west, Wukong earned the title, Victorious Fighting Buddha for all his accomplishments, and he got to stay at Pūrva-videha to enjoy all the donations from the mortals. However, such a peaceful life was not suitable for the restless Wukong, who always thought about his days of adventuring on the Silk Road.

Wukong had traveled thousands and thousands of miles by foot, and survived 81 tribulations. With the staff in hand, he defeated countless fierce monsters, increasing the body count along the way to the West. Wukong was never warm-hearted or well-behaved. Had he not been on Gautama Buddha's leash, he would have gotten into fights every day, even after becoming a god.

When the crisis of Athanor spread to Pūrva-videha, Wukong knew that it was the chance he had been waiting for. Pretending to investigate the crisis, Wukong volunteered to head for Athanor, where he returned to his old self, alerting all heroes to his presence.

As divinity tends to attract one another, Ilumia the Seer was the first to converse with Wukong. By her invitation, Wukong became one of the members of the Holy Hall and enjoyed the donations with the other deities. Ilumia promised that Wukong would not be bound by rules as long as he did no harm to Vedä. In other words, Wukong could battle any enemy hero at any time.

I've been idle for 500 years. I can't wait any longer!