Hakkar by Labreris

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Hakkar

By: Labreris
Last Updated: Jul 5, 2018
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Hakkar

The Soulflayer

Hakkar is an aggressive support whose power is at its height in heated teamfights.
Stats:

Health:
1400 (+4.0% per level)

Blood:
490 (+10 per level)

Auto-attacks:
Range:
5.5
Speed:
1
Damage
65 (+4.0% per level)

Combat Trait

1
Blood for the Blood God
Hakkar feeds from conquest and battle, staying near heroes will grant Hakkar tribute in the form of a blood resource.
In a large radius around Hakkar, enemy and allied heroes gain a 10% increased to their damage dealt, and 15% of all damage dealt within this radius is returned to Hakkar as blood. Blood is used to cast abilities. Therefor, Hakkar does not use mana.

Additionally, for each enemy or allied hero within this radius, Hakkar gains a stacking health regen and stacking blood regen.
Per hero: 5 HP/second and 3 Blood/second.

Max blood: 490 (+10 per level)

Primary Abilities

1
Constrict
Q
60 Blood | 8 Second cooldown
Deal 80 (+4.0% per level) damage to enemies in a 30~ degree cone. Any heroes hit are chained to Hakkar.

Enemy heroes are unable to use movement abilities while chained. Allied heroes gain 40% lifesteal on damage dealt while chained.

If a chained hero gets too far away, the chain breaks and the effect ends. Chains last 4 seconds.
2
Massacre
W
90 Blood | 16 Second cooldown
After a 1 second delay, all enemies around Hakkar take 100 (+4.0% per level) damage and are slowed by 40% for 2 seconds.

If Constrict is currently active, then all chained heroes are pulled towards you. Enemy heroes are pulled a short fixed distance, while allied heroes are pulled to your location.
3
Corrupted Blood
E
90 Blood | 13 Second cooldown

After 0.25 seconds, cast a blood rite in an area. All heroes inside the area are afflicted with Corrupted Blood.


If a hero takes 200 damage during the effect from other sources, they spread Corrupted Blood to all nearby heroes. If the hero is an enemy hero, they take an additional 100 damage upon spreading, if the hero is an allied hero, they are healed for 300 (+3.0% per level)

Corrupted Blood can spread up to 2 times. Lasts 4 seconds per target.

Heroic Abilities

1
Desecrate
R
90 Blood | 70 Second cooldown
After a 0.5 second delay, send forth a fissure in a target direction. Enemy heroes hit take 200 damage over 6 seconds.

While they take damage, the ability can be recast to detonate targets hit, instantly dealing 50% of the remaining damage.

If a target has been healed during the effect, they will be stunned for 1.25 seconds on recast.
2
Tribute of the blood god
R
All of your blood | 80 Second cooldown
Select a hero and haunt them. While haunting, you become untargetable and all of your abilities are cast from the target hero.

For the duration, your abilities do not cost blood and recharge 50% faster.

Duration is dependent on amount of blood spent.
1 second/25 blood spent.

Special Mount

1
Slithering Form
Hero-specific mount. Hakkar flies through the air instead of mounting. Hakkar can also only use magical mounts.

Talents

WIP

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Mandorik (2) | May 16, 2018 6:25pm
Tribute of the Blood God seems amazing, reminds me of Mina from Dawngate. Constrict looks wonderful, glad to see new ideas for supports instead of bland and straight-forward Heals. Keep up the good work
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Labreris | May 17, 2018 3:17am
Thanks!
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Da Huuuuuudge (1) | May 16, 2018 8:21am
Here's an idea for a high level talent:
BLOOD ALTER [Passive]:
When Hakkar dies, he drops an alter at his location. Allied heroes can channel the alter for 2 seconds, sacrificing ??% of their total health in exchange for a 30% Basic Attack damage buff for 1 minute. Remove 1 second off of Hakkar's death timer for each ??? points of health sacrificed. Allies can only channel an Alter once per cast and Damage Buff is lost on death.
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Labreris | May 17, 2018 3:17am
Seems like a really cool and creative talent. I'll definitely include it and credit!
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