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|Camille – the Steel Shadow|
(Static Cooldown: 16/13/10)INNATE: Basic attacks on champions grant a shield equal to 20% of Camille’s maximum health against their damage type (Physical or Magic) for 1.5-2.5 seconds.This effect has a 20-10 second cooldown.
(Cost: 25 Mana, Cooldown: 9/8.25/7.5/6.75/6) ACTIVE: The character’s next attack deals bonus damage and grants bonus movement speed. This spell can be recasted for a short period of time, doing significantly increased bonus damage if Camille delays a period of time between the two attacks.Camille’s next basic attack deals 0 bonus physical damage and increases her movement speed by 20/25/30/35/40% for 1 second. This ability can be recast in the next 3 seconds at no cost.If the second Precision Protocol attack hits at least 3 seconds after the first, the bonus damage is increased by 100% to 0 and % of the attack is converted into true damage.Precision Protocol cannot critically strike.
| Tactical Sweep
(Effect Radius: 610, Angle: 80, Cost: 50/55/60/65/70 Mana, Cooldown: 15/13.5/12/10.5/9)ACTIVE: Camille blasts in a cone after a delay, dealing damage. Enemies in the outer half take are slowed and take extra damage, while also healing Camille.The character winds up and then slices in a direction, dealing 65/95/125/155/185 (+0) physical damage to enemies hit.Enemies hit by the outer half are slowed by 90%, decaying over 2 seconds. They take extra physical damage equal to 6/6.5/7/7.5/8% (+0%) of their maximum health, healing Camille for 100% of the damage dealt (healing capped at 0 from non-champions).Tactical Sweep does 50% less damage to non-epic monsters.
(Target Range: 800/400, Cost: 70 Mana, Cooldown: 16/14.5/13/11.5/10)ACTIVE: The character pulls herself to a wall, leaping off and knocking up enemies upon landing.FIRST CAST: Fire a hookshot that attaches to terrain, pulling Camille to it and allowing Hookshot to be recast for 1 second.SECOND CAST: Camille leaps from the wall, colliding with the first enemy champion hit. Upon landing, she deals 70/115/160/205/250 (+0) physical damage and a 1 second stun to nearby enemies. Dashes towards enemy champions travel twice as far and grant 40/50/60/70/80% attack speed for 5 seconds.
| The Hextech Ultimatum
(Target Range: 475, Cost: 100 Mana, Cooldown: 140/115/90)
ACTIVE: The character dashes to target champion, anchoring them to the area. She also deals bonus magic damage to the target with her basic attacks.
She briefly becomes untargetable and leaps onto an enemy champion, locking them into an area they cannot escape by any means for 4 seconds. Other nearby enemies are knocked away. Her basic attacks against the trapped enemy deal bonus magic damage equal to 5/10/15 plus 4/6/8% of their current health.The Hextech Ultimatum ends if Camille leaves the area.
- The best time to poke and harass enemies is when Camille’s passive Adaptive Defenses is up. Take note that the shield is based on who you attack, meaning that if you attack an AD champion, you will get a shield that is more effective against AD champions.
- while (Q) Precision Protocol is an auto-attack reset, it is also a good 1v1 engage since it deals true damage in the second activation of the skill.
- (W) Tactical Sweep is a good skill since you can move while casting it. Try to hit an enemy in the outer so that it can heal you and apply slow to the enemy champion.
- (E) Hookshot is what makes Camille a very mobile champion because this skill can be considered as one of the best engage and disengage in the game. It can also be used an escape tool.
- However, always remember that you must cast it first on a wall before you can cast it anywhere on the second activation of the skill.
- You can dodge some skills if you time you time your (R) Hextech Ultimatum since there will be a brief moment wherein you will be untargetable.
Runes & Masteries
|Doran’s Blade||Health Potion||Warding Totem|
|Ravenous Hydra||Trinity Force||Ninja Tabi/Mercury’s Treads|
Ravenous Hydra – Ravenous Hydra gives Camille a decent waveclear and farming power. The item also gives you great sustain and damage which benefits Precision Protocol.
Trinity Force – Trinity Force is a very strong item for Camille especially when stacked with Sterak’s Gage. The spellblade passive is a wonder for the second proc of her Precision Protocol because of the added AD and true damage. Furthermore, stats-wise, Trinity Force gives Camille good coverage of bonus Attack Damage, Attack Speed and Mana.
|Ravenous Hydra||Trinity Force||Spirit Visage|
|Sterak’s Gage||Dead Man’s Plate||Ninja Tabi/Mercury’s Treads|
Spirit Visage – Spirit Visage increases the effectiveness of Ravenous Hydra since it amplifies all health regeneration and lifesteal, increasing its effectiveness.
Sterak’s Gage – This item, along with Trinity Force, increases attack damage and offensive stats. Sterak’s Gage also improves your survivability with its passive that grants you increased damage, size, and a decaying shield when you reach critical health.
Dead Man’s Plate – Dead Man’s Plate increases your mobility while increasing your health and regeneration as well.
|Guardian Angel||Randuin’s Omen||Titanic Hydra|
Randuin’s Omen – Randuin’s Omen is a great item on Camille if you want to be tankier and more team-focused. This item is better if the enemy has a lot of mobility since you can catch them with the slow active.
Titanic Hydra – Titanic Hydra is the tankier version of Ravenous Hydra which gives you more health and health regeneration at the expense of damage and lifesteal. Get this item if you want to focus more initiating a team fight and being a front line of the team
Gargoyle Stoneplate – Gargoyle Stoneplate is a good item if paired with other defensive items. This item is good if you want to build Camille as semi-tank initiator.
|Hunter’s Machete||Refillable Potion||Warding Totem|
|Skirmisher’s Sabre – Warrior||Ravenous Hydra||Trinity Force|
|Ninja Tabi/Mercury’s Treads|
Warrior Enchantment – Warrior is the ideal enchantment for Camille since it gives her decent damage and cooldown reduction which goes pretty well with Camille’s kit.
|Skirmisher’s Sabre – Warrior||Trinity Force||Ravenous Hydra|
|Spirit Visage||Sterak’s Gage||Ninja Tabi/Mercury’s Treads|
|Guardian Angel||Skirmisher’s Sabre – Bloodrazor||Titanic Hydra|
|Dead Man’s Plate|
Bloodrazor Enchantment – Bloodrazor is also a good alternative for Camille if you want to increase her DPS in team fights. This item sacrifices the the damage and cooldown reduction of Warrior for attack speed.
- It’s best to engage Camille when her shield from Adaptive Defenses is on cooldown.
- Flashing and other escapes won’t work against Camille’s (R) Hextech Ultimatum. It’s either you fight back or disable her during the ultimate. However, the ultimate will abruptly end if you somehow manage to remove Camille inside the area, so heroes like Poppy are super effective against her.
- Camille is a very mobile champion that can jump in team fights immediately, but she is very squishy so focus her down when she enters a team fight.
- Avoid the outer layer of her (W) Tactical Sweep since she can apply a slow on you and regenerate a ton of health if she manages to land it.
- Be careful when you have low health even if you are in the tower because Camille can burst you down with her skills.
- Illaoi – Illaoi can use Leap of Faith when Camille activates The Hextech Ultimatum, forcing Camille to get out of the area of the ultimate. Furthermore, Illaoi can also use Test of Spirit and catch Camille even if she uses (E) Hookshot away from her.
- Fiora – Fiora is good at extended team fights because of Duelist’s Dance that can heal and deal true damage. Grand Challenge also make Camille’s Grand Challenge difficult to pull off because Fiora can just hit all four vitals of the enemy, healing her and her team mates greatly.
- Poppy – Poppy can cast Keeper’s Verdict to cancel the effect of The Hextech Ultimatum.