What is the purpose of Ability Haste in League of Legends: Wild Rift?
Ability Haste. What does this mechanics actually do and how can you use it to shower your opponent with magic?
What is the purpose of Ability Haste
The company decided to take the same step in the League of Legends PC edition when they presented the same concept there a few updates ago. Moreover, the limit of 40% cooldown reduction is no longer in any version of League of Legends. Ability Haste (AH for short) is a statistic in League of Legends: Wild Rift, which reduces cooldown magic, or the time for which a certain champion can cast the same magic again.
You can get Ability Haste via item, Blue Sentinel or Hunter-Genius. The
mechanics also control various cooldowns such as the magic of champions like
Blitzkrenk's Rocket Grab, various items you collect that can be Guardian Angel
or Quicksilver Enchant. Ability Haste also affects the spells you choose
before the start of the match, such as Flash. To simplify things, Ability
Haste would be explained as a boost speed for spells.
Just as you can hit multiple times in less time with a faster hit, similarly, if you have a higher Ability Haste, it means you will be able to cast a lot of magic in a short amount of time. Professional players have already done the calculations for us, so we can see how many Ability Haste points reduce our cooldowns by a percentage.
- 10 - 9% CDR (Cooldown Reduction)
- 20 - 17% CDR
- 30 - 23% CDR
- 40 - 29% CDR
- 50 - 33% CDR
- 60 - 37% CDR
- 70 - 41% CDR
- 80 - 44% CDR
- 90 - 47% CDR
- 100 - 50% CDR
Remember that it is difficult to reach the figure of 100 if you do not make the right combination of runes, items, blue buffs, dragon buffs, and other sources. According to Riot, you have no limits as far as you can upgrade your Ability Haste, and with 100 you will incredibly halve the cooldowns of your magic, which was not possible before in the game. One question still arises. How to switch the magic number from 100?
Is ability haste better than CDR?
To summarize, ability haste is far more flexible than CDR and allows for more clear build choices. CDR is a stat that reduces the amount of time it takes to use an ability once it has been activated. A percentage, as well as items, determine the length of time you must wait.
How good is ability haste?
For additional ability casts, Ability Haste provides a linear power scaling. Having 10 ability haste means casting 10 percent more skills, having 20 ability haste means casting 20 percent more abilities, and so on. As a result, instead of having an exponential benefit, every point of Ability Haste you purchase has the same impact.