Zac, the Secret Weapon, Revealed!

Zac revealed
Zac, the newest hero of league of Legends will be soon available for all clients. 
Before the official release, let us take a look on his abilities and playstyle.                                                                                              


Cell Division (Passive): When any of Zac’s abilities hit an enemy, a piece of him falls to the
ground. Zac can pick up fallen pieces to recover health. When Zac dies he splits into four
blobs. These fragments will attempt to reform over a short duration. If any survive, Zac
revives with a percentage of his maximum health based on the number of remaining blobs.
Stretching Strike: Zac throws a two-handed punch that deals damage and slows targets
in a line.
Unstable Matter: Zac’s body explodes outward, dealing flat damage to surrounding
enemies. Enemies struck also take damage based on their maximum health.
Elastic Slingshot: Zac is immobilized as he charges up a dash toward the target
location. The range of Elastic Slingshot increases up to a cap as Zac charges the ability.
Zac then fires himself towards the target location, damaging and stunning all nearby
enemies upon landing.
Let’s Bounce: Zac bounces into the air, immediately knocking up, slowing and damaging
nearby enemies. Once airborne, he bounces three times, dealing damage with each impact.

Zac’s AoE damage and self-healing skills provide him with a lot of flexibility on the battlefield. His high level of sustainability makes him an ideal choice whether you’re tearing through the jungle or trading hits in top lane.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

In the jungle: Zac’s combination of area damage and healing makes him a natural jungler. If you’re partial to early game aggression, starting with an early lizard buff and spending your second skill point in Elastic Slingshot can open early gank opportunities. Since Zac’s abilities have no mana cost, you might also consider donating an early golem buff to your AP carry. Once the action starts ramping up, you can make use of Elastic Slingshot’s massive range to create sneaky gank opportunities by circumventing popular ward locations.
Top Lane: Zac’s skillset also makes him excel in top lane. His AoE presence allows you to quickly clear waves from your turrets in high-pressure situations or shove the lane when you’re on the offensive. The healing mechanic on Cell Division also helps win exchanges with your lane opponent, allowing you to bully enemies back to base and create opportunities for counter-jungling or ganks. While you’re roaming, the mobility afforded by Elastic Slingshot can help you get the drop on an unsuspecting enemy or escape from sticky situations by hopping over terrain.


Team Fights:As the game progresses, Zac’s extreme mobility and strong crowd control make him a tremendous asset in team fights. With some patience and setup, you can use a fully channeled Elastic Slingshot to deploy Let’s Bounce from huge distances. Once you’re in the thick of it, the additional bounces from your ultimate let you pressure fragile, high-value targets, disrupting enemy positioning as you draw fire off less durable allies. Since every bounce of your ultimate yields healing chunks, you’ll also have the sustainability you need to keep up the attack. If the opposing team making aggressive moves, you can opt to use the knock-up and slow from Let’s Bounce defensively, creating valuable space for the rest of your team to safely disengage. Whether you’re initiating or counter-initiating, Zac has ample crowd control to keep your team out of trouble.

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