Volibear Build Guide by Patsfan75
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WARNING: These masteries are still using the old tree and have not been updated to the new tree by the guide author. As such, they will be different than the masteries you see in-game.
Volibear- The Thunder's Roar
"Though the northern reaches of Freljord are some of the most unforgiving lands in Valoran, the Ursine have survived upon the region's barren, stormy tundra for centuries. As a fierce and respected warrior of the Ursine, Volibear devoted his life to the protection of his people and loyalty to his elder brother, the tribe's chief. When his brother was killed during a hunt on the tundra, the tribe looked to Volibear as his successor. It was an honor and a burden that Volibear had never expected, but he shouldered the charge with pride. However, by Ursine tradition, the tribe could not recognize Volibear as chief until he returned from a journey to the peak of their sacred mountain, a place forever shrouded in a thundering maelstrom. There, Ursine chieftains must speak to the storm itself, gaining clarity and wisdom to empower them as mighty leaders.
Donning the chieftain's traditional armor and enchanted gauntlets, Volibear began the long and perilous climb up the slopes of the mountain. When he reached the peak and gazed into the raging storm above, he saw a horrific vision of a Freljord utterly consumed by war. Amidst the carnage, the Ursine fell dead upon a bloody battlefield. Believing the vision to be an omen of things to come if he did not act against them, Volibear traveled to the capitol of Freljord. The Ursine had not ventured across the southern mountains in centuries and his appearance was met with unease. However, Queen Ashe recognized Volibear as a wise and powerful ally. In what Volibear considered the first step against a war-torn future, they forged an alliance. As part of their agreement, he joined the League of Legends in the name of a unified Freljord, representing the primal might of his nation on the Field of Justice.
''Few can weather the storm that follows in the wake of Volibear's roar.'' - Ashe, the Frost Archer" -- LoL Lore
These are set due to the fact that frenzy is a strong attack based off Physical Damage
your goal is to increase the amount of dmg you do with it having a fling back and a slow is useful as well
Having moar health is essential but dealing dmg with that health is by far superior imagine your frenzy with a 6% dmg bouns sounds nice right?
Starting off with a Doran's shield is a good idea due to armor + health and health regen all good on Volibear Building Tanky ad is to be able to initiate and survive in that team fight while doing a ton of damage.
Then Followed by a Giving your moar armor and life steal is by far your most import item moar health and damage really nice now this is were your build can go to your liking either moar sustainability by picking up a or more damage Grabbing Switching out your for a
Maxing frenzy is a given but going for your slow next is great due to the fact that your Q does not increase speed at any level there is no need to level it.
As your passive is kinda lame and doesn't go off sometimes you always have heal as a back up to give you or your team the edge.
And ignite.. well nobody likes to chase.
Your are an ad carry/support thing (don't ask i will come up with a better term) You can tank fights you can tank anything you want and survive remember your a dragon play like one... .wait wait used that one.... Your a giant a$$ bear build like one
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