Draven Build Guide by TheFirkiller
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Welcome to my Draven Build I haven't really seen a Draven build updated yet for Season 3 So I decided to make one for the future Draven players. Well lets get Started
Unlike his brother Darius, victory in battle was never enough for Draven. He craved recognition, acclaim, and glory. He first sought greatness in the Noxian military, but his flair for the dramatic went severely underappreciated. Thirsting for a method to share "Draven" with the world, he turned his attention to the prison system. There he carved out the celebrity he desired by turning the tedious affair of executions into a premiere spectacle.
At Draven's first execution, he shocked onlookers when he ordered the doomed prisoner to run for dear life. Just before the man managed to flee from sight, Draven brought him down with a flawless throw of his axe. Soon, all Draven's executions became a gauntlet through which Noxian prisoners raced for a final chance at life. He used this trial as his own personal stage, and turned executions into a leading form of entertainment. He rallied onlookers into a frenzy, while desperate prisoners scrambled to evade him. They never succeeded. Rejecting the solemn, black uniforms of Noxian executioners, Draven donned bright outfits and developed flashy signature moves to distinguish himself. Crowds flocked to see Draven in action, and tales of his performances spread quickly. As his popularity grew, so did his already-inflated ego. He belonged at the center of attention. Before long, the scope of his ambitions outgrew the population of Noxus. He decided that the glorious exploits of Draven should be put on display for the entire world.
"The 'best' is wherever I decide to set the bar each day."
Well For Runes I like to take Attack damage marks because mainly you want to shut down there carry in the early game also it provides a high damage output for early game you get 64 attack at level one Not to mention that with spinning axe you gain a extra 29 damage Add that together and you get 103 damage At level one not including a Doreen's blade, You Want Armour seals because Well lets face it you are fairly squishy early and late game So I like to take this to gain a little survive ability.
Glyph's are pretty much the same As what I spoke about for seals. And I like to take a damage quint for some extra damage and critical chance quints because your passive is all about getting a critical hit to activate plus it helps quite a bit while farming and harassing the other teams carry and support.
Draven's spells goes as follows.
(Active): Draven's next attack will deal bonus physical damage. The bonus is equal to a percentage of his total attack damage.
This axe will ricochet off the target high up into the air. So long as Draven catches it, Spinning Axe will keep applying to his next attack.
Cooldown permitting, Draven can have up to two Spinning Axes readied at once.
Cost: 45 mana
(Active): Draven gains increased movement speed for 1.5 seconds and increased attack speed for 3 seconds. The movement speed bonus decreases rapidly over its duration.
Catching a Spinning Axe will refresh Blood Rush's cooldown.
Cost: 40 mana
Cooldown: 12 seconds
(Active): Draven throws his axes, dealing physical damage to targets hit and knocking them aside. Targets hit are slowed for 2 seconds.
Cost: 70 mana
Active): Draven hurls two massive axes to deal physical damage to each unit struck.
Whirling Death slowly reverses direction and returns to Draven after striking an enemy champions. Draven may also activate this ability while the axes are in flight to cause it to return early. Whirling Death deals 8% less damage for each unit hit, down to a minimum of 40%. The damage reduction resets when the axes reverse direction.
Cost: 120 mana
I know that this build Isn't as good As the others but I mainly wanted to do this to show How Draven should build and i didn't really want to go too deep into detail but i may in the future when I update this build