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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Does Warwick heal for on-hit damage?


  • Hamstertamer

    Does Warwick heal for on-hit damage?

    Jaws of the Beast applies on-hit effects and the description says "Warwick heals for 90% of the damage dealt". Does he heal on Sheen procs, and Blade of the Ruined King and similar items?

    Same question for Infinite Duress.
  • Answers (0)

    dsdecor | June 2, 2019 8:02pm
    Maintained (195) | May 29, 2019 11:41pm
    Jaws of the Beast does not take into account on-hit effects for healing, unless the on-hit effects themselves apply healing. For example, if you have Wit's End you wouldn't heal more from Jaws of the Beast if you're above 50% health, but you would heal more below 50% because Wit's End heals you as well.

    Infinite Duress, however, does heal more from on-hit effects like Sheen.
    Hamstertamer (73) | May 30, 2019 1:50am
    I've messed with it in practice tool, looks like you're right. Jaws of the Beast definitely doesn't heal for on-hit effects (botrk deals 600-ish damage to the dummy yet WW only heals for like 200), but Infinite Duress heals for all the damage he deals while channeling, which includes all on-hit effects (I could heal from 0 to full with it).
    BIG DADDY WILL (14) | May 29, 2019 8:56am
    Yes since the on-hit effect should be included in the ability damage dealt.

    Warwick builds Titanic Hydra for a similar reason; he receives healing from every unit hit.

    I've heard he supposedly heals off Zz'Rot Portal voidspawn damage on turrets during Infinite Duress which if true is funny.
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