Hidden Weapons


When a normal attack hits an enemy, the projectile explodes and deals area damage to surrounding minions and monsters. Fennik has a slightly longer attack range than any other marksman with positioning abilities.


Thief's Mark


Fennik places a mark on an enemy or building, increasing his attack speed by 25%. The mark explodes around the target after 4 seconds, dealing area wide 270 +153 physical damage. Fennik's normal attack deals and extra 100 +57 physical damage on marked targets. The mark explodes immediately after reaching 4 stacks.

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Damage Cooldown Mana
1 270 12 60
2 304 11.5 60
3 338 11 60
4 372 10.5 60
5 406 10 60
6 440 9.5 60

Rolling Lightning


Fennik rolls forward and reduces enemies' movement by 50% for 2 seconds, dealing 80 +107 physical damage to enemies in his path. Traces of lightning on the path deal 30 +40 physical damage to enemies every 0.25 seconds.

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Damage Cooldown Mana
1 80 12 80
2 90 11.5 80
3 100 11 80
4 110 10.5 80
5 120 10 80
6 130 9.5 80

Chain Hammer Cyclone


Fennik throws a flail to create a thunder cyclone that lasts for 6 seconds, reducing enemies movement speed by 50% for 1 second while dealing 75 +48 physical damage to them every 0.5 seconds. Enemies within the center of the thunder cyclone also take double damage.

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Damage Cooldown Mana
1 75 36 130
2 93 30 130
3 11 24 130

Fennik Stats

Max HP



87 / 12.6%

Magic Defense

50 / 7.6%

Attack Damage


Ability Power


Max Mana


Movement Speed


Magic Pierce

0 / %

Attack Speed


Critical Chance


Critical Damage


Life Steal


Magic Life Steal


Cooldown Speed


Attack Range

Long Range



HP Per 5 Seconds


Mana Per 5 Seconds


Max Energy

Regen Energy Per 5 Seconds


Fennik Guide


Fennik is an agile archer whose powerful raiding skills often deal serious damage to his unprepared foes. It’s always easy for Fennik to slay his enemies.


Passive – Hidden Weapons

Fennik is a very crafty fox. After his normal attack hits its target it will deal AoE damage to those nearby. Fenniks attack is also longer ranged than for the typical ranged warrior, meaning that Fennik is often able to more easily take out his opponents from further away.

Ability 1 – Thief’s Mark

Fennik marks his enemy with a concealed weapon which explodes after 4 seconds dealing AoE damage. This mark can be laid on multiple times and will directly explode should Fennik land 4 marks onto his opponent dealing enormous damage. Fenniks normal attack also receives an added damage bonus when the mark is still on the target and his attack will get a 25% speed boost too.

This skill allows Fennik to quickly take down most of his enemies health which can make it very easy for him to slay his enemies with a very explosive degree of damage.

Ability 2 – Rolling Lightning

Fennik rolls along the ground quickly dealing damage and slowing down enemies he comes into contact with. Those in the path will also deal additional continuous damage. This is the main skill Fennik can use to move around he will often use this skill to pursue and slay his opponents during battle.

Ultimate – Chain Hammer Cyclone

Fennik throws a flail to create a thunder cyclone that lasts for 6 seconds reducing enemies movement speed while dealing physical damage. Enemies within the center of the thunder cyclone also take double damage.

This is a directional AoE skill that deals continuous damage and slows enemies within its path. Fennik can use this skill to slow down, trap, and slay his opponents.

Fennik can use his first skill along side his ultimate to deal sustain damage to his enemies during battle. He can then use his second skill to chase enemies down and continue to deal damage as they attempt to flee.

Of course, when the tide of battle turns against him, Fennik can also use his second skill to run circles around his enemies as he slays them along side his other abilities.

Fennik will typically use his ultimate first during a team battle to deal significant damage, which should complement his other skills to easily clean up the battlefield.

In summary, Fennik has flexible ways in dealing damage to his enemies to master the battlefield and achieve an easy victory.


“Get moving, folks!”

Fennik was infamous for his transcendent speed. Before his exceptionality came into play, speediness had been overlooked for centuries because human and beast alike praised characteristics such as strength and wisdom. until. despite these traditionally upheld characteristics, Fennik changed the game when his speed eventually became a threat.

Now, not only was speediness praised, but it was also feared. Speediness became a huge advantage not only in battles but also in everyday life. With his speed as his weapon, theft became nothing more than a hobby to Fennik. Of all the thieves, he has yet to be caught and holds the highest bounty in the continent.

There were only two instances in which Fennik was relevant and known universally by humans and beast: he either raided their belongings or he made them worry about the moment when he would. The only people who did not condone Fennik’s habits were those who were benefited from them. Those who were victims of his theft and those who were rewarded were not arbitrary, Fennik unintentionally tried to find a middle-ground between the fortunate and less fortunate.

Nothing pleased him more than seeing the chagrin on the faces of his wealthy victims who he had just stolen from and gratitude of the faces of the less-fortunate when receiving unexpected gifts. FEnnik embodied a childlike spirit and embraced the art of tomfoolery. Money was merely an objective, his priorities laid deeper within.

“What is life? Being happy of course!”


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