Thursday, 15 June 2017

Ahri: Pros & Cons

Ahri: Pros & Cons

List of Pros & Cons on Ahri
- Ahri has true damage, hard crowd-control, and mobility in her kit!
- Ahri have very decent wave clear and still dish out good poke damage if played right!
- Ahri's Orb of Deception gives a little bit of movement speed when cast, great to side-stepping and catch people off guard!
- Ahri's Charm is an insanely strong crowd control that taunts an enemy for 2 seconds!
- Ahri is a mage that deals damage from the backline but once her ultimate Spirit Rush is available, she becomes a dangerous assassin!
- Spirit Rush is the best repositioning spell for team fights, a great escape, kiting and chasing tool!
- All of Ahri abilities allow her to outplay almost anyone at any given moment!
- Ahri can be blindly picked due to effectively being able to take on any opponent in the lane!
- Ahri has one of the better base attack damage at level 18 than most AD carries!
- Ahri has decent sustain during laning phase, all thanks to her periodically heal!

- Ahri is a very skill shot dependent champion and her damage relies on skill shot.
- Ahri will have a harder time playing against champions with targeted spells or damage over time.
- Ahri has only one form of hard CC which has a long cooldown and a high mana cost.
- Ahri does fall off during the late game, she needs teamwork to shine.
- Ahri is not a tank killer because her lower burst is the tradeoff for her mobility.
- Ahri takes a lot of time and effort to learn, she needs lots of practice to be competitive.
- During a team fight, she can be focus down very quickly due to her semi-short range.
- Once Ahri ultimately is on cooldown, her mobility is nonexistent.
- Ahri needs to auto attack to maximize her damage output in the late game.


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