Kog'Maw

Health:517.76 Health Regen:6 Mana:322.2 Mana Regen:8.676 Attack Damage:65 Attack Speed:0.665 Armor:29 Magic Resist:30 Range:500 Movement Speed:325
Abilities

Passive: Icathian Surprise
Upon dying, Kog'Maw starts a chain reaction in his body which causes him to move faster and detonate after 4 seconds; dealing 100 + (25 x lvl) true damage to surrounding enemies.

Q: Caustic Spittle
Kog'Maw launches a corrosive projectile which deals magic damage and corrodes the target's armor and magic resist for a short time. Kog'Maw also gains additional attack speed.

W: Bio-Arcane Barrage
Kog'Maw's attacks gain range and deal a percent of the target's maximum health as magic damage.

E: Void Ooze
Kog'Maw launches a peculiar ooze which damages all enemies it passes through and leaves a trail which slows enemies who stand on it.

R: Living Artillery
Kog'Maw fires an artillery shell at a great distance dealing magic damage (increased significantly on low health enemies) and revealing non-stealthed targets. Additionally, multiple Living Artilleries in a short period of time cause them to cost additional Mana.

Ally Tips

  • Kog'Maw can outrange most champions with his Bio-Arcane Barrage ability.

  • Use Void Ooze to set up a perfect Living Artillery.

  • Make the most out of your Icathian Surprise.

Opponent Tips

  • Kog'Maw doesn't have a good escape ability, so he is especially prone to ganks.

  • Run away from Kog'Maw after he dies!!!!

  • The range on Living Artillery increases each rank.

  • Bio-Arcane Barrage allows Kog'Maw to kill Baron Nashor extremely early. It can be valuable to ward Nashor when Kog'Maw completes his Blade of the Ruined King.

Lore

Belched forth from a rotting Void incursion deep in the wastelands of Icathia, Kog'Maw is an inquisitive yet putrid creature with a caustic, gaping mouth. This particular Void-spawn needs to gnaw and drool on anything within reach to truly understand it. Though not inherently evil, Kog'Maw's beguiling naiveté is dangerous, as it often precedes a feeding frenzy—not for sustenance, but to satisfy its unending curiosity.