Master Yi the Wuju Bladesman

Assassin Fighter
  • Attack Damage
    66 ( + 3 )
  • Attack Speed
    0.679 ( +0%)
  • Attack Range
  • Critical Hit Chance
    0 ( + 0 )
  • HP
    598.56 ( + 92 )
  • HP Regeneration
    7.5 ( + 0.65 )
  • Armor
    33 ( + 3 )
  • Magic Resistance
    32.1 ( + 1.25 )
  • Mana
    250.56 ( + 42 )
  • Mana Regenration
    7.256 ( + 0.45 )
  • Move Speed
  • Double Strike
    Double Strike

    Every few strikes, Master Yi strikes twice.

  • Alpha Strike
    Alpha Strike
    • Cost: 50/55/60/65/70 {{ abilityresourcename }}
    • Range: 600

    Master Yi teleports across the battlefield with blinding speed, dealing physical damage to multiple units in his path, while simultaneously becoming untargetable. Alpha Strike can critically strike and deals bonus physical damage to monsters. Basic attacks reduce Alpha Strike's cooldown.

    Master Yi teleports to strike up to 4 enemies, dealing 25/60/95/130/165 (+100% Attack Damage) physical damage. During Alpha Strike Master Yi is untargetable.Alpha Strike can critically strike, dealing an additional 60% Attack Damage physical damage. Basic attacks lower the cooldown of Alpha Strike by 1 second.Deals 75/100/125/150/175 bonus damage to monsters.

  • Meditate
    • Cost: 50 {{ abilityresourcename }}
    • Range: 20

    Master Yi rejuvenates his body by focus of mind, restoring Health and taking reduced damage for a short time. In addition, Master Yi will gain stacks of Double Strike and pause the remaining duration on Wuju Style and Highlander for each second he channels.

    Master Yi channels, reducing incoming damage by 50/55/60/65/70% and restoring 120/200/280/360/440 (+100% Ability Power) health over {{ f1.-1 }} seconds. This healing is increased by up to null% based on Master Yi's missing health.In addition, Master Yi will gain stacks of Double Strike and pause the remaining duration on Wuju Style and Highlander for each second he channels.Meditate's damage reduction is halved against structures.

  • Wuju Style
    Wuju Style
    • Cost: 0 {{ abilityresourcename }}
    • Range: 20

    Master Yi becomes skilled in the art of Wuju, passively increasing his Attack Damage. Activating Wuju Style grants bonus true damage on basic attacks, but the passive bonus is then lost while on cooldown.

    Passive: Grants 10% (0) Attack Damage.
    Active: Basic attacks deal 18/26/34/42/50 (+NaN% Attack Damage) bonus true damage for 5 seconds. Afterwards the passive bonus is lost while Wuju Style is on cooldown.

  • Highlander
    • Cost: 100 {{ abilityresourcename }}
    • Range: 1

    Master Yi moves with unparalleled agility, temporarily increasing his Movement and Attack Speeds as well as making him immune to all slowing effects. While active, Champion kills or assists extend Highlander's duration. Passively reduces cooldown for his other abilities on a kill or assist.

    Passive: Champion kills and assists reduce the remaining cooldown of Master Yi's basic abilities by 70%.
    Active: Increases Movement Speed by 25/35/45%, Attack Speed by 30/55/80%, and grants immunity to slows for 7 seconds. While active, champion kills and assists extend the duration of Highlander by 7 seconds.

Master Yi Ally Tips
  • If you're in a lane against ranged players, leveling up Meditate can allow you to stay in the lane longer and gain levels faster than they will.
  • Wuju Style is very strong early for last hitting minions.
  • Try using Alpha Strike on a minion in front of an enemy champion so you are placed at a safe distance at the end of the spell.
  • Strong against:
Master Yi Enemy Tips
  • Meditate is an effective method of healing damage over time, but Master Yi is susceptible to coordinated team ganks early in the game.
  • If Master Yi tries to farm with Alpha Strike, hit him a few times so he has to use mana with Meditate to heal.
  • Although Master Yi cannot be slowed while using Highlander, other disables can stop him in his tracks.
  • Counter for Master Yi:
Master Yi has tempered his body and sharpened his mind, so that thought and action have become almost as one. Though he chooses to enter into violence only as a last resort, the grace and speed of his blade ensures resolution is always swift. As one of the last living practitioners of the Ionian art of Wuju, Yi has devoted his life to continuing the legacy of his people—scrutinizing potential new disciples with the Seven Lenses of Insight to identify the most worthy among them.