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The masteries shown here are not yet updated for the current season, the guide author needs to set up the new masteries. As such, they will be different than the masteries you see in-game.
Leap Strike Leap Strike is not considered an attack, but it applies Empower Empower if the buff is on Jax.
Empower Empower refreshes JaxSquare.png Jax 's attack cooldown on cast.
JaxSquare.png Jax 's Empower Empower counts as an on-hit effect, like Sheen Sheen or Trinity Force Trinity Force.
Since the jump on Leap Strike Leap Strike is relatively slow, it is possible that a Jax might leap against a recalling/teleporting champion, but they will be teleported before the leap ends. This can lead to across-map leaps, and may be also used when ganking (Example: Shen uses his ultimate, a friendly Jax leaps to him right when the channel is about to end and they both appear in the target location). This, however, seems to only work on certain abilities and requires very precise timing.
Continuing the above, if two Jax jump at roughly the same time, the damage will happen as they go past each other, and they will land where the other started to jump. If a Katarina activates Shunpo as your jumping, the damage will take place when you hit the floor but you will not follow Katarina, this can result in Katarina dying as soon as she hits her target or be close to, resulting in her death with you not getting the kill.
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Malzahar makes for a mastermind in materializing major victories in League of Legends. All of his abilities directly deal deadly damage to dangerous detractors. Deriving and devising devious designs will result in the rapid resurgence of the dominance of the Void. You’ll be Malzahar’d pressed to find a champion as fun and dangerous as the one and only Prophet of the Void.
Malzahar’s main draw is the supreme ease at which he farms minions. By maxing Malefic Visions quickly, you can wipe out minion waves and harass your opponents for free. Combined with Call of the Void and Nether Grasp, you’re able to quickly kill squishy champions in a heartbeat. Later in the game, Null Zone makes for an awesome ability to use in large team fights, especially if it hits tanks. There’s a really awesome tactic you can use as well: Learn Call of the Void first and cast it multiple times at the very start of the game. Then, if you instigate a fight or simply want to jungle, you’ll have your Voidling spawn at the start of the fight.
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