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Thunderlord's Decree


Mastery

Thunderlord's Decree

Your third hit by attack or damaging spell against the same enemy champion calls down a lightning strike, dealing magic damage in the area.

Damage: 10 per level, plus 30% of your bonus Attack Damage and 10% of your Ability Power (25-15 second cooldown, based on level).


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Vapora Dark (448) | April 26, 2016 8:30am
Why not both?
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Latest Legend (117) | April 26, 2016 7:38am
I have blamed Riot but I'm not sure if this is better. Thoughts?
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Wayne3100 (467) | April 26, 2016 6:23am
^ Reworded to match what it says in the client, if that's still not clear enough then I blame Riot :P
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Hopesedge (8) | April 26, 2016 5:54am
Your third attack or spell isn't worded too well, Morgana procs Thunderlord's with a single Tormented Soil which must mean that spells damaging a target 3 times procs thunderlords rather then third spell.

This is the best mastery keystone currently available, it's shaped the meta into having so much burst that tanks are everywhere.
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flicknlick aka. Teemoflic | January 19, 2016 6:30am
THUNDER LORDS OP ASF BUT...... I LIKE IT
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GrandmasterD (519) | November 20, 2015 7:27pm
Ekki wrote:

If you're trading the scaling is exactly the same, maybe even turned in favour of DFT if the trade goes back and forth and lasts longer than 2 seconds. The DoT is only worse in nuke scenarios, since that 20-30 second cooldown won't allow more than 1 proc in any trade, or maybe before the first powerspike due to the base scaling.


In straight-up direct trades, which are always burst-y of nature, Decree flat-out outranks Touch, by far. Take champions such as LeBlanc, Kassadin, and Ryze as examples.
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Ekki (47) | November 20, 2015 7:01pm
If you're trading the scaling is exactly the same, maybe even turned in favour of DFT if the trade goes back and forth and lasts longer than 2 seconds. The DoT is only worse in nuke scenarios, since that 20-30 second cooldown won't allow more than 1 proc in any trade, or maybe before the first powerspike due to the base scaling.
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GrandmasterD (519) | November 20, 2015 4:28pm
Ekki wrote:

Oh, didn't see the base damage. Doesn't seem like much, but I guess since it's just a mastery it's not that bad. I still dislike it because of the 30 second cooldown (afaik it's getting buffed to 20 sec).


The big difference is that Decree actually allows you to straight up win trades, whereas Touch just adds a bit of damage to your spells. So, unless you're Brand, I wouldn't choose Touch over Decree on casters.
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Ekki (47) | November 20, 2015 4:22pm
Oh, didn't see the base damage. Doesn't seem like much, but I guess since it's just a mastery it's not that bad. I still dislike it because of the 30 second cooldown (afaik it's getting buffed to 20 sec).
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tehAsian (247) | November 20, 2015 3:48pm
Ekki wrote:

So, basically, this keystone sucks. Not only it's weak (it's just Deathfire Touch on a medium cooldown) but its charges aren't well explained and the interface doesn't count stacks?


The base damage is insane tbh.
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IPodPulse (115) | November 20, 2015 3:42pm
Ekki wrote:

So, basically, this keystone sucks. Not only it's weak (it's just Deathfire Touch on a medium cooldown) but its charges aren't well explained and the interface doesn't count stacks?


I disagree, the added burst is pretty significant in the early levels which can suprise your enemies and lead to a good early snowball, I find it to be quite good on burst mages or fighters
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Ekki (47) | November 20, 2015 3:40pm
So, basically, this keystone sucks. Not only it's weak (it's just Deathfire Touch on a medium cooldown) but its charges aren't well explained and the interface doesn't count stacks?
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GrandmasterD (519) | November 20, 2015 3:38pm

So am I blind or is there just no indicator of when it's going to be up and how many stacks you have on it???


After it has been triggered, a cool down-esque icon will appear displaying how much time you have left before you can trigger it again. However, as far as I know, there's no indicator for how many stacks someone has.
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Elusive Ferret (59) | November 20, 2015 2:50pm
So am I blind or is there just no indicator of when it's going to be up and how many stacks you have on it???
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Arcade Ahri (5) | November 17, 2015 4:41pm
There is a 5 second grace period between 'stacks,' (i.e you have 5 seconds from the last stack to the next auto or spell to net 3, otherwise the stacks reset; effectively 10s) and the cooldown starts once the shock effect is proc'd, just to clear up some grey area not provided in the mastery description.