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League of Legends (LoL) Question: How does Fizzes W work

Posted in Champions | Tags: Fizz 1,694

  • Soulestice

    How does Fizzes W work

    Like the title asks how does Fizzes W work. Specifically the % health DOT. Examples would help me understand if you're willing to take the time. Thanks
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    Maintained (191) | December 21, 2015 11:06pm
    When you auto-attack or Q someone, the % health DoT ticks over 3 seconds regardless of whether or not the ability is activated. If you auto-attack or Q someone while the DoT is ticking, the DoT refreshes and starts over, rather than stacking. It works the same way challenging/red smite works.

    When W is activated, you deal a flat bonus damage on each auto-attack and Q the moment you hit them, but the passive DoT still applies the same way even when W is activated. Hope I made things clear!
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    RedEclipse | May 31, 2016 2:19pm
    Yes sir. That is the proper sequence to the ability combo. W and Q work hand-in-hand with one another making it the primary reason why Fizzes build Lich, since it activates on the W but is applied with the Q.
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    Soulestice | December 22, 2015 1:40pm
    Also I have another question if I Q somebody with my W active will the damage from the w and q apply before the % health dot gets applied?
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    Ekki (85) | December 22, 2015 10:54am
    I think he's asking if it's a flat total damage defined on application or if it recalculates each time it deals damage (I'm guessing it's defined by the % missing when applied, and it resets with new values if you auto again).
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