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Atma's Impaler


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Atma's Impaler

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Total Price: 2300

Recipe Price: 780


45 Armor, 15% Critical Strike Chance. UNIQUE Passive: Gain Attack Damage equal to 1.5% of your maximum Health.




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isonade | March 26, 2013 4:09pm
this item is just awesome when playing "offensive" shen. his passive gives him a boost to AA that scales with health, so you naturally favor health with him, and this just complete it, allowing an empowered strike to deal 4+(4*level)+ 0.1*bonus health+basic AD+bonus AD
now, let's say that shen took enough items to reach 4000+ health, so 2000 bonus health
he deals 4+4*18+200+115+(4000*0.015)= 451 dmg. for a tank that's pretty good, since it procs every 4-5 secs counting decrease by AA.
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DarkChaosKaxi (2) | December 6, 2012 4:32am
Atma's Impaler being built from Avarice Blade makes it much more beautiful in terms of "gold efficiency" by promoting farm and gaining gold before completing it. I love this indirect buff.
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husgun | November 27, 2012 11:41am
After rework this item becomes better
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BillyBobSmoke | October 27, 2012 2:31am
This item it ****en awesome on crit sion.
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CrowElder (6) | October 9, 2012 10:46pm
Great Item, especially for tanks & offtanks.
Warmog, frozen mallet & atmaa's impaler, that's my trinity >:D
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rawfodoc | October 8, 2012 11:29pm
i havnt seen a GOOD USE FOR IT in many champions i use...that being said i believe it is a must have for late game olaf
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Donamir (3) | May 26, 2012 11:02am
It seems as if you would want this when going up a route that has crit + HP items, or people with ridiculous health generation. When I take this, I like to pair it with something else with some crit chance. So say, Warmogs, Frozen Mallet, Executioners calling, and this, gives you about 32% crit, so that technically means just under 1/3rd of your attacks will crit. So giving you some survivability. Therefor making you more of threat. It got a tad of a nerf because all you had to do was Warmogs + Atmas = Win. Now you actually have to build for it. I think calling it useless is to far, but useful in the right situation, would proly work.
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Twitchybird (2) | April 19, 2012 5:38am
Well this item is useless now.. Might as well remove it from the game, "good" job riot. No more Off-tank for me i guess..
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Angus Mackenzie (7) | December 31, 2011 10:10am
SwedeBeans wrote:

How to feel awesome while using Atma's.
1. Start a bot game.
2. Pick Sion.
3. Farm for X amount of time (with Enrage toggled on).
4. Buy 5 Warmogs and 1 Atmas.
5. Have as much AD you want.

That's Amazing lol.
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Angus Mackenzie (7) | December 31, 2011 10:06am
I love this item. I rarely see this on a ranged AD carry. Seems viable especially for the uber squishy ones like Twitch or Miss Fortune? I understand the Unique does 2% of max health in AD but still the armor and crit chance alone seem good enough...Meh I assume there are better items...but perhaps in the right situation.
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DokBam (7) | December 8, 2011 6:02pm

does it actually ADD to your bonus AD? because it only says adds to your autoattacks


it doesn't say auto attacks, it says PHYSICAL attacks. it increases your AD. therefore it will scale with spells that has AD ratio.
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SwedeBeans (1) | October 12, 2011 8:34am
How to feel awesome while using Atma's.
1. Start a bot game.
2. Pick Sion.
3. Farm for X amount of time (with Enrage toggled on).
4. Buy 5 Warmogs and 1 Atmas.
5. Have as much AD you want.
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mastajdog (77) | September 5, 2011 11:57am
it really increases it's ad. i've bought it ingame and seen my ad go up 60-90 based on my current health. it also does scale with stuff like judgement Ace in the Hole Nimbus Strike auto attacks ect.
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Fuggernought (39) | August 23, 2011 10:19am
does it actually ADD to your bonus AD? because it only says adds to your autoattacks
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Requiem (1) | August 22, 2011 2:40pm
It adds to a character's AD itself.* Garen's Judgment scales with his AD, its damage will go up (as will any other character's AD abilities).

Because the stats from the Chain Vest and Cloak of Agility are identical to the finished recipe, you're basically paying 825 for that passive. 825g≈22.5 AD (based off of B. F. Sword) so you need only 1125 HP for this item to be worth the money.

But, of course, as a previous poster mentioned, the usefulness of the item itself varies between characters.

*EDIT: I'm pretty sure that Mobafire needs to update this, because the League website says it adds AD. That's how I remember it ingame, but I could be wrong and League needs to update their website.
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RaggleFraggle | March 19, 2011 12:14pm
Will it add to Garen's Judgment in terms of AD? or does it count only as AA damage for him ;-;
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Considereth (48) | December 28, 2010 9:48pm
I seriously have this item in everyone of my builds on this site lol!
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Read (28) | December 10, 2010 10:48am
Interesting item. AR Crit Chance and a % based AD boost. Hmmmmm... Lets do some math. Most champions end up with around 2k HP before items and stacks (Cho'gath). At this point this item is giving 45 AR which is a decent amount but definitely not worth the price. 18% Crit chance is another meh stat but is helpful. The real question is whether or not that 2% bonus AD is worth it. 2,000 x .02 = +40 AD So for a typical carry this will give sub-par benefits.

However, tanks are a slightly different case. Most tanks end with any where from 3k - 4.5k HP. That is a +60 - 90 AD bonus. This is great for a tank because it allows for a great AD boost while still maintaining a tanky build. Warmog's Armor gives amazing synergy to any high HP tank wanting a good tanky AD item.

I recommend for any high HP tanks but there are much better items for those physical carries out there. Even though it does grant some survivabilty.