Ring of Aquila

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Ring of Aquila
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Ring of Aquila (Active) icon.png
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Ring of Aquila (Inactive) icon.png
The ring of the fallen Warlord Aquila continues to support armies in battle.
Cost
985
Bought From
Support
Passive Aquila Aura
Bonus +3 Strength
+9 Agility
+3 Intelligence
+10 Attack damage
Disassemble? Yes
Alert allies? No
Recipe
Ring of Aquila (985)Components2.png
Wraith Band (485)
Ring of Basilius (500)

The Ring of Aquila is an item purchasable at the Main Shop, under Support.

Additional information[edit]

Ability[edit]

Aquila Aura
Cannot be used by illusions. Pierces spell immunity.
Ability
Toggle / Aura
Affects
Allies / Allied Heroes
Grants 0.65 mana regeneration and 2 armor to nearby allies.

Deactivate to stop affecting non-hero units.
Radius: 900
Mana Regeneration Bonus: 0.65
Armor Bonus: 2
Cooldown symbol.png 0
Cannot be used by illusions. Illusions provide the aura, but do not benefit from it.
Modifiers
Buff Item Ring Of Aquila Aura Bonus: Undispellable.

Notes:

  • Does not interrupt the user's channeling spells upon toggling.
  • Restores mana in the form of mana regeneration, so it regenerates 0.065 mana in 0.1 second intervals, which is 0.65 mana per second.
  • The flat mana regen bonus is not considered by percentage mana regeneration increases.
  • Regenerates up to 39 mana in one minute.
  • The aura's buff lingers for 0.5 seconds.


Recommended heroes[edit]

Tips[edit]

  • When the Aquila Aura is on, allied creeps gain an additional 2 armor, which is useful if you want to push the creep advantage in a lane. The aura should be turned off if you do not want the lane to get pushed.
  • In the early game and even into the mid game, the boost of mana regen is extremely useful for heroes with low intelligence growth like Troll Warlord minimap icon.png Troll Warlord.
  • When having 39 or more intelligence, Sage's Mask icon.png Sage's Mask provides more mana regeneration (0.785) than a Ring of Aquila.

Trivia[edit]

  • Aquila is the Latin and Romance languages word for eagle.