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Fiendish Codex


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Fiendish Codex


Total Price: 900

Recipe Price: 465


30 Ability Power. UNIQUE Passive: +10% Cooldown Reduction.



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IcyAuron (23) | March 3, 2015 9:23am
To this day, remains the item they add to recipes when they can't think of anything else. They just inflate the **** out of the AP it gives, and sometimes the CDR. It makes sense on Athene's Unholy Grail because the entire point of that item is spamming spells.

Enchantment: Magus | Morellonomicon | Banner of Command | Nashor's Tooth
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Kraschnark | January 31, 2013 5:54am
Not worth rushing it anymore. If you're going to buy Athenes as AP mid, defently get the Chalice first (unless you're fighting against AD Mid eg. Talon along the whole early game, as you wont need the MR anymore)
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IcyAuron (23) | January 24, 2013 10:37pm
This is the biggest "icing on the cake" item. It's nice, but it doesn't give you anything mandatory. The fact that this was added to Blackfire Torch just jacked the price up by 1000 gold, and now it's no longer worth buying on most champs.
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KingPudding (26) | January 3, 2013 12:34am
I have rarely found use for this item.
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LordPickleton | September 25, 2012 12:42am
I often go for this early on support Taric, as 7regen and 10cdr is amazing early on. I usually buy this after my PS, HoG and boots if I got a lot of assists and a good laning phase, and then upgrade it into a Nashor's Tooth (if laning phase didnt go so well I tend to find other ways to get cdr like Frozen Heart and Randuins).
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Donamir (3) | June 3, 2012 7:07am
This is like standard on all my AP carries.
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echoedpulse23 (2) | May 2, 2012 11:51pm
You have to ask, why does this book(yes codex is a type of book) have a picture of a an Antelope Skull on the cover. I guess there is something majestic about that but in the end you might as well call it the Colt Codex, or Manuscript of ADCD, and I also wonder if this was a Hardback, would it cost more; I guess for collectors prestige.