Arena of Valor (AoV) - Lumburr Item Builds

Lumburr Item Builds Guide for Arena of Valor (AoV). Each build is geared toward a different play style, so choose one that fits your personal preference


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Lumburr Item Builds

Arena of Valor Lumburr

Item Builds List

Core Items

These items are necessary in order to play Lumburr optimally. Only diverge from a core item if you are a very experienced player or you have a very good reason for doing so

Arena of Valor Water Stone
Water Stone
As a babysitting support, Lumburr find a lot of use in water line support items. His passive encourages him to regularly stand by his allies, allowing them to regularly benefit from the additional gold that water gem provides. Both Purifying Bracers and Tidecaller’s Mark are powerful items that can push allies out of tight situations or give them some room to finish off enemies.
Arena of Valor The Aegis
The Aegis
 The Aegis suits Lumburr very well, allowing him to spam his abilities along with its tanking attributes. As Lumburr supports his team through control effects, he will need as much access to them as possible in order to maintain his influence in team fights.

Optional Items

Arena of Valor Mantle of Ra
Mantle of Ra
A great offensive item, Mantle of Ra can help Lumburr soften enemies and pick up a bit of gold whenever alone. Lacking in natural attack power, Mantle of Ra can help Lumburr punish enemies who wander too close.
Arena of Valor Frost Cape
Frost Cape
Good on a number of heroes, Lumburr can get a lot of benefit from Frost Cape. Another source of crowd control is always welcome, and the stats that the item provides will toughen up Lumburr’s defenses and give him even more cooldown speed to accellerate his spellcasting.
Arena of Valor Gaia's Standard
Gaia’s Standard
Gaia’s Standard is a great way to stave off magical damage. Beyond that, it offers some movement speed, which Lumburr can definitely benefit from, as well as a regerative passive. The passive is a great way to stay alive, even to the extent of netting the player some positive health after taking damage from a minion or weaker monster.
Arena of Valor Hyoga's Edge
Hyoga’s Edge
 Hyoga’s Edge offers large amounts of defensive stats along with another source of crowd control. Lumburr will both slow enemies and speed himself up whenever he attacks, making him an even more formidable source of control effects.
Arena of Valor Medallion of Troy
Medallion of Troy
A must when facing against strong mages, Medallion of Troy is a heavy source of magic defense. It offers a lot simply through its stats but then additionally gives the wearer a protective shield periodically.
Arena of Valor Rock Shield
Rock Shield
As someone who doesn’t rely much on his damage, he doesn’t find much of a loss in Rock Shield’s self damage reduction. Starting the shield charge right before rushing into the fray can be a great way to draw fire and charge up the shield. As a supporting tank, you want to be taking as much enemy fire as you can anyway, so getting rewarded for it is a double win.

Sample Item Builds

This build focuses on items that improve Lumburr’s survivability and utility to his team. As a crowd control monster, Lumburr loves adding more sources of control to his arsenal. Frost Cape and Hyoga’s Edge do just that, slowing enemies down to a crawl when focused by the rock giant. Tidecaller’s Mark futher assists the wearer’s team with its aura, Lumburr’s close range making him an idea candidate for the item.

Here we throw in Mantle of Ra to give Lumburr a bit of extra damage in his attacks. The damaging aura it provides will additionally help him rough up enemies he engages on. Frost Cape additionally will give him some extra damage through its passive, pumping up a normal attack whenever an ability is cast. Despite this small focus on aggression, Lumburr will solidly remain a tank with large amounts of survivability through items like Gaia’s Standard and The Aegis.

This build focuses completely on defensive items in an attempt to build up Lumburr into a… well, stone fortress. Each item strengthened his defenses, adding more and more to his survivability. It hits a good balance between armor, magic defense, and health, which is necessary in order to deal with all kinds of damage.

Watch Rest explain his build here.

This build makes Lumburr quite tanky and thereby very able to absorb lots of enemy fire for the team. The items offer armor and magic defense in spades, allowing the golem to get into the thick of fights in order to disable enemies and shield allies.

Send us your builds!

Have a build you want to share? Think you have a build that’s better than what we have listed? Put it in the comments, along with any (optional) explanations for how it works. If we like it, we’ll include it in our sample builds section – just let us know what name you want us to refer you as. For example: “ALG Rest’s Super Duper Support Build.” Feel free to include any social media accounts you want us to link to.

Send us your builds!

Have a build you want to share? Think you have a build that’s better than what we have listed? Put it in the comments, along with any (optional) explanations for how it works. If we like it, we’ll include it in our sample builds section – just let us know what name you want us to refer you as. For example: “ALG Rest’s Super Duper Support Build.” Feel free to include any social media accounts you want us to link to.
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