Raise a Floppa - The Loop
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- Twin Fang's damage against poisoned targets:
- When maxed first: (+ 70% AP).
- When maxed second: (+ 70% AP).
- When maxed last: (+ 70% AP).
- Twin Fang's cast indicator is incorrectly adding her own radius to the range like an edge range ability, and therefore slightly larger than the actual cast range Twin Fang can cast at.
- If the target becomes untargetable, dies, or is too far away or no longer in sight during the cast time, this ability will cancel but does not go on cooldown nor pay its cost (if applicable).
- Cassiopeia will turn to face the target direction over the cast time.
- This ability will cast from wherever the caster is at the end of the cast time.
- Petrifying Gaze's target direction will change if Cassiopeia's facing direction changes during the cast time (i.e. through knockbacks).
- The facing direction of champions whose abilities/animations cause them to lock their facing or spin is always the direction they are moving in. For abilities that cause the champion to spin in place (e.g.
, ) it will factor the direction they were facing on cast.
- is an exception and his facing direction is actually considered to be the direction he is facing.
- This article section only contains champion skins. For all associated collection items, see Cassiopeia (Collection).
Cassiopeia is a deadly creature bent on manipulating others to her sinister will. Youngest and most beautiful daughter of the noble Du Couteau family of Noxus, she ventured deep into the crypts beneath Shurima in search of ancient power. There, she was bitten by a gruesome tomb guardian, whose venom transformed her into a viper-like predator. Cunning and agile, Cassiopeia now slithers under the veil of night, petrifying her enemies with her baleful gaze.
Evan 'Somnicidal' Monteiro
- For the expanded patch notes, see here.
- Cassiopeia was the last champion released in 2010 as well as the third one to feature an 'Art Spotlight' (hers in particular shows how her taunt was animated).
- Cassiopeia -
is one of seven pairs of sibling champions (the others being - , - , - , - , - , and - ).
- Though not a pair, , , and are also siblings.
- directly benefits from allied poison abilities in the same fashion does with displacement ones.
- Her name's first element derives from Hebrew קְצִיעָה qeṣiah cassia:
- Possibly from Semitic root K-S "cut", as the barks were scrapped from the tree's trunk;
- Or borrowed from Old Chinese 桂 *kʷeːs (> Mandarin guì /kʷei̯˥˩/) "osmanthus fragrans", by spice-merchants who imported the barks;
- the suffix -opeia is etymologically uncertain.
- The inspiration for Cassiopeia comes from mainly three sources:
- Greek mythology
- Hellenised Ptolemaic Egypt
- Indian Nāgini.