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Post by Eorl @ 10:24am 30/07/14 | 0 Comments
After teasing a new champion for the ever-popular MOBA League of Legends yesterday, Riot Games has today revealed Gnar as the newest top lane tank for the free-to-play title. Be careful though, this one is far too cute.

According to the announcement, Gnar is Teemo’s and the other yordles' ancestor that was frozen in true ice and has now escaped into the game. Gnar’s defining trait is switching between his mini and mega forms, which is his passive ability, Rage Gene, rather than an active ability.

To get into his Mega form, Gnar’s rage meter must charge. This can be done more quickly by using abilities and engaging in combat, but it will also charge more slowly when Gnar is not in combat. While in mega form, Gnar’s rage meter will slowly drain and he’ll revert back into Mini Gnar. There is one caveat to his mega form, in that by changing you'll become much slower in movement speed, so be careful not to throw out abilities too quickly or else you might find yourself not available for team fights.

As a tank, Mega Gnar uses burst damage, slows, and stuns to help in teamfights, while Mini Gnar is the “more fragile form” and relies on mobility for survival. For the full run down of his abilities including visual guides, check out the official page.



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