Armlet of Mordiggian
|Armlet of Mordiggian|
|Weapon of choice among brutes, the bearer sacrifices his life energy to gain immense strength and power.|
- Attack damage, attack speed, armor and health regeneration bonuses of multiple Armlets of Mordiggian do not stack.
- One Armlet of Mordiggian grants the following:
Attack Damage Bonus: 31
Strength Bonus: 25
Armor Bonus: 4
Health Cost per Second: 54
Full Bonuses Delay: 0.6
Illusions do not benefit from the attack damage and armor and do not lose health per second. Illusions gain the strength over 0.6 seconds and copy the original's current health, resulting in them having 500 current health more than the hero if it was not at full health as the illusion was created.
- Does not interrupt the user's channeling spells upon toggling.
- The attack damage bonus is granted instantly once toggled on, while the armor bonus is granted after the 0.6 seconds delay.
- The strength is granted during the 0.6 seconds delay, 4.17 strength in 0.1 second intervals.
- This strength bonus does not keep the current health percentage, but instead adds 20 health per strength to the current health pool.
- Increases current health by a total of 500 once all the strength is gained.
- This health bonus does not count as a heal, so it is unaffected by amplifications, but still does not bypass or .
- Drains 6 health in 0.11 second intervals, starting 0.11-second after toggled on.
- Does not drain health while invulnerable. Health drain cannot bring the user's health below 1. Does not toggle itself off when reaching 1 health.
- When toggling off, all bonuses are lost instantly. The strength loss works like the gain, and only affects the maximum health.
- However, also like upon toggling on, the user loses 20 health per strength, instantly losing up to 500 of current health.
- This health loss is not lethal either, and cannot drop the user's health below 1.
- Unholy Strength does not persist through the user's death. If it was active upon death, the user respawns with it deactivated.
- Multiple instances of Unholy Strength do not stack.
- If multiple Armlets are toggled on, turning off any Armlet removes the Unholy Strength buff.
- Assuming no other factors, it takes 10.2 seconds for the health cost to overcome the bonus health on the active.
- If a unit is affected by when it gains the active armlet buff (for example, by dropping it and picking it up), their current health will retain the same percentage, instead of being increased by 500 over 0.6 seconds. In this way, while doomed, the +25 str bonus operates in the same manner as conventional strength and health gain.
- helps with negating the health drain from the Armlet, and synergizes with the item, with the health drain helping keep Huskar's health at a low level, giving him high health regeneration and a great amount of attack speed.
- Lifestealer is a durable hero with a great way of keeping himself topped off on health thanks to and , meaning that he is not bothered by the health loss of the item, as well as receiving stats that are needed, such as extra armor, damage and attack speed.
- Slardar is a durable strength hero, meaning that he will not have the hardest time negating the health cost of the Armlet, and it increases the damage dealt by through the added attack speed.
- Armlet provides a lot of damage at the cost of draining your own health, however easily negates the health drain effect making it a great item for him.
- As a durable hero with the ability to lifesteal thanks to and with Armlet's bonus health when activated transferred to illusions summoned by , Armlet of Mordiggian is one of the best item choices for the hero.
- Both and provide Legion Commander with a great amount of health regeneration, making her incredibly sustainable and a great carrier of the item.
- negates the health draining effect from the Armlet of Mordiggian, and the extra maximum health as well as the damage bonus are not bad attributes for him.
- With the health regeneration from , Dragon Knight will have no problem with activating Armlet for prolonged periods of time.
- By toggling Unholy Strength on before attacking with and toggling it off after, Kunkka can reliably increase his damage output while minimizing the health drain.
- Very situational, the attack speed from Armlet of Mordiggian helps with applying . It buffs him with added HP, Regeneration and Armor for a fight he would not otherwise survive for the low cost of the Armlet.
- The added damage allows Night Stalker to finish his targets faster than if he did not have an Armlet. It is also very easy to Armlet toggle to save oneself from a Tower projectile due to Night Stalker's incredible movement speed.
- Sven's ultimate increases Sven's attack damage based on how much strength he has. The extra strength from a toggled Armlet significantly increases Sven's attack damage during God's Strength.
- The Armlet is the most cost-effective item to build, especially on strength heroes that benefit most from its DPS increase. It is also useful on heroes with illusions or abilities that increase their base damage (like 's ultimate).
- When toggled on, Armlet increases maximum and current health by 500. This means when not at full health, it can effectively work as a temporary heal. However, it also has the opposite effect when toggling off, instantly reducing the hero's health by 500 (but not below 1). When toggled properly, this allows heroes at low health to survive and turn fights.
- This item is very good with lifesteal, and if the user's damage output is high enough it can negate the health loss, depending on the amount of lifesteal the user has.
- The 's passive regen vastly overturns the health loss, allowing to have the Armlet constantly active, as long as the heart does not get disabled. The health loss of Armlet does not disable the regeneration of Heart of Tarrasque either, since it is considered HP Removal.
- 's is normally affected by the health drain, but does not benefit from the strength bonus.
- Armlet of Mordiggian is named after Mordiggian, a deity in the Cthulhu Mythos created by Clark Ashton Smith in his story The Charnel God (1934), whose powers consist of sucking away life force and whose cult consists entirely of ghouls.
- cosmetic item, Chaos Knight's Armlet of Mordiggian, is based on Armlet of Mordiggian. 's