Battle Fury

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Battle Fury
Battle Fury icon.png
The bearer of this mighty axe gains the ability to cut down swaths of enemies at once.
Cost
4500
Bought From
Weapons
Active Chop Tree or Ward
Passive Cleave, Quell
Bonus +6 Health regeneration
+150% Mana regeneration
+55 Attack damage
Disassemble? No
Alert allies? No
Recipe
Battle Fury (4500)
Claymore (1400)
Broadsword (1200)
Perseverance (1700)
Quelling Blade (200)

The Battle Fury is an Item purchasable at the Main Shop, under Weapons.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Chop Tree or Ward
Pierces spell immunity.
Ability
Target Unit
Affects
Trees / Enemy Units
Destroy a target tree or ward. Chop cast range is increased when targetting wards.
Cast Range (Tree): 350
Cast Range (Ward): 450
Cooldown 4

Notes:

  • Can also target all of an enemy Techies icon.png Techies​' mines, using the same cast range as for wards.


Quell
Not a Unique Attack Modifier. Can be used by illusions. Pierces spell immunity.
Ability
Passive
Affects
Enemy Units
Increases attack damage against non-hero units, based on whether the equipped hero is ranged or melee. Does not provide bonus damage against Roshan.
Attack Damage Bonus (Melee): 60%
Attack Damage Bonus (Ranged): 25%
Can be used by illusions. The bonus damage is also affected by the illusions' attack damage penalty.

Notes:

  • Only increases base damage and that provided by attributes. Attack damage bonuses are not increased.
  • The bonus damage does not apply when attacking friendly units (i.e. denying own creeps).
  • When the owner's attack type changes to ranged or melee, the attack damage bonus adapts immediately.
  • Quell fully works with crits, cleaves and lifesteal. When having cleave, attacking a creep cleaves the increased damage in the area.
    • However, if the unit has Tidebringer icon.png Tidebringer​, the attack which procs it is not increased by Quell.
    • When Tidebringer icon.png Tidebringer​ is on cooldown, the attack will be increased by Quell.
  • Elder Dragon Form icon.png Elder Dragon Form​'s splash also splashes the increased damage when attacking a creep.
  • The damage Moon Glaive icon.png Moon Glaive​ bounces are not increased, since they are based on the attacker's attack damage value.
  • Psi Blades icon.png Psi Blades​ will spread the increased damage when attacking a creep.


Cleave
Ability
Passive
Affects
Enemies
Damage
Physical
Deals a percent of attack damage in a 280 area around the target. Ranged units cannot Cleave.
Cleave Radius: 280
Cleave Damage: 35%
Cannot be used by illusions. Visual effects and sounds still play when illusions attack.

Notes:

  • The cleave damages a circular area in front of the owner.
  • Fully stacks with other sources of cleaves. Each source of cleave works completely independent.
  • Despite the visual effect, cleave damage is applied instantly in the whole area.
  • Ranged units cannot cleave.


Recommended heroes[edit | edit source]

  • Anti-Mage icon.png Anti-Mage​ needs Battle Fury to farm, since he is terrible without items and has trouble farming fast without it. Combined with Blink (Anti-Mage) icon.png Blink​, he can flash-farm the jungle and quickly build his much needed items if not ganked.
  • Phantom Assassin icon.png Phantom Assassin​ does not necessarily need it, but it helps her farm and build items quicker. Know this will reduce her ability to get early kills so she will have to farm in times she could fight.
  • Juggernaut icon.png Juggernaut​ can farm really fast with it when combined with his base attack time. He can pick up the Ring of Health icon.png Ring of Health and Void Stone icon.png Void Stone at the side shop during the laning phase, allowing him to use his abilities more often and ignore harrasment.
  • Battle Fury is a must for Ember Spirit icon.png Ember Spirit​, since almost his entire damage output relies on Sleight of Fist icon.png Sleight of Fist​, which can deal enormous damage with Battle Fury but little without it. Ember Spirit is also the most reliable carrier of multiple Battlefuries, since each one greatly increases his damage and unlike other carries, he stays safe during Sleight of Fist icon.png Sleight of Fist​ while it greatly weakens the survivability of other carriers by having multiple Battlefuries.
  • Tusk icon.png Tusk​ can get Battle Fury if he is built to get the most out of his Walrus Punch icon.png Walrus PUNCH!​, which you will see many do. Battlefury gives him the ability to damage more than 1 enemy with his punch, giving "Carry Tusk" more teamfight presence
  • Troll Warlord icon.png Troll Warlord​ can get Battlefury, but this is very situational. Troll Warlord can be a melee hero and can farm the jungle much more efficiently with Battlefury, but he needs items which help him fight and deal damage such as Daedalus icon.png Daedalus and Monkey King Bar icon.png Monkey King Bar. Furthermore, Battlefury's cleave will not work while you are ranged, so you will lose the cleave effect when attacking opponents from range.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • The cleave benefits from critical hits, including those from items.
  • Having Battlefury can screw over an enemy Nature's Prophet icon.png Nature's Prophet​, since some carries have little means to escape his Sprout icon.png Sprout​ without it (the most obvious being Juggernaut icon.png Juggernaut​ and Sven icon.png Sven​)
  • Melee heroes with high attack speed can push far more effectively with Battle Fury, even in late game. Critical hits help too.

Gallery[edit | edit source]