In League of Legends, knowing the effects of items and champions can help you win multiple matches. This is the case of items popularly known as “curtains”. Just as their name suggests, they are effective against abilities that heal and regenerate life for game characters. But, you may be asking yourself: — "Lu, why buying these items can help me?"
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Buying a “cut-heals” item can give you a very good advantage during the game when you're playing against characters that heal very fast. Like Vladimir, Dr. Mundo, Sylas, Irelia, Yummi, Soraka and so many others. Is that many champions can heal themselves by dealing damage in skills or simply healing the lives of other allied characters.
In these characters, the cure ends up making a lot of difference during the game, at the end of the game it even seems that they become “invincible”, right? But, I will tell you a secret! At these times, purchasing a “cut-heal” item can decrease healing effects by up to 40% effectiveness. Pretty cool, right?
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What do LoL "cut-heals" items do?
This happens because of the “Painful Wounds” condition that these items apply. In League of Legends, this condition lasts for 3 seconds and makes healing and regeneration effects less effective. With one of these items equipped on your character, you can cause this condition on all your attacks. Ah! And they also work on area physical damage and more enemy characters at the same time. Therefore, it is very advantageous against champions who depend on healing.
Another curiosity is that this effect also works on summoner spells like "Ignite" and abilities of characters like Kled, Varus, Katarina and Singed. Know some items that cause "Painful Wounds" in LoL:
What are the "cut-heals" items in LoL?
- Executioner's Call : This item causes your basic attacks to deal "Painful Wounds" for 3 seconds, decreasing healing effects by 40%;
- Deadly Reminder : With this item your physical attacks cause "Painful Wounds" for 3 seconds, decreasing healing effects by 40%, but after 3 consecutive attacks, the effect gets stronger, increasing to 60%;
- Chemopunk Blade Blade : Your physical attacks inflict "Painful Wounds" for 3 seconds, decreasing healing effects by 40%. If the target is at less than 50% health, the effect gets stronger, increasing by 60%;
- Orb of Oblivion : your magic attacks inflict "Painful Wounds" for 3 seconds, decreasing healing effects by 40%;
- Morellonomicon : Dealing magic damage applies "Painful Wounds" for 3 seconds, decreasing healing effects by 40%. If the target is at less than 50% health, the effect gets stronger, increasing by 60%;
- Quimtec Cleanser : Dealing magic damage applies "Painful Wounds" for 3 seconds, decreasing healing effects by 40%. Healing and shielding allied champions strengthens you both, causing your next damage to deal 60% "Paining Wounds" for 3 seconds;
- Thorny Vest : Taking physical damage from champions reflects 10% damage from attacks in magic damage and also applies "Painful Wounds" by 40% for 3 seconds;
- Thorny Armor : Taking physical damage from champions reflects 10% damage from attacks in magic damage and also applies "Painful Wounds" by 40% for 3 seconds. Immobilizing champions also applies painful wounds by 60%.
When should I buy a "cure" item?
Well, it depends. The “cut-heals” items are situational, which means that you don't always need to do them. As a result, people rarely make a complete "cure" item. Basic items like "Call of the Executioner, Orb of Oblivion and Thorny Vest" already work well in most situations, see?
Sometimes it pays to buy a "cut-heals" item on your second return to base. For example, when we are playing against Irelia or Sylas. In this case, it's worth leaving a "cut-heal" item equipped at the start of the game until you create a gold advantage.
When you're up against champions who heal a lot in the “Late game” (End Game) like Dr. Mundo, Vladimir, Yummi and Soraka, you can expect to close a few items first before purchasing a basic “cut-heals” item. It's better to buy it on the fourth or fifth lap of base.
In other situations, when it's the items that heal champions like Yone, Samira, Draven, Riven and other characters, it's worth watching what items they're doing. After all, “cut-heals” items are good against items that heal a lot, like “Hemodrainerary, Immortal Bowshield, and Bloodthirsty”. Here's the tip!
With these tips it's easier to find the right time to make a "cut-heals" item and help your team win the match! Did you like these tips? Share this story with your friends.
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