Active:Cho'Gath ruptures the target location after 0.627 seconds, granting sight of the area before dealing magic damage and knocking up enemies within for 1 second, and afterwards slowing them by 60% for 1.5 seconds.
Active:Cho'Gath's next 3 basic attackson-attack within 6 seconds gain 50 bonus range and launch a blast of spikes in the direction of the target, dealing magic damage to enemies hit and applying a slow that decays over 1.5 seconds.
22 / 34 / 46 / 58 / 70 (+ 30% AP)(+ 3% (+ 0.5% per Feast stack) of target's maximum health)
66 / 102 / 138 / 174 / 210 (+ 90% AP)(+ 9% (+ 1.5% per Feast stack) of target's maximum health)
The increased size stacks additively with other size increases.
The name of the bonus health buff is "Feast x1"(bug).
The highest possible stack count used to be 255, and the buff name would equal the stacks (e.g. "Feast x255").
The bonus attack range and increase size cap at respectively 16.25 / 12.19 / 9.75 and 16.67 / 12.5 / 10 stacks, with the last stack being effective as the decimal part of the value (no decimal meaning 100% as effective).
Each stack of Feast increases the damage by 8 / 12 / 16.
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).
If an enemy champion has health below the amount of true damageFeast deals, they will be marked for execution. This indicator does not consider shields or invulnerability.
This article section only contains champion skins. For all associated collection items, see Cho'Gath (Collection).
From the moment Cho’Gath first emerged into the harsh light of Runeterra’s sun, the beast was driven by the most pure and insatiable hunger. A perfect expression of the Void’s desire to consume all life, Cho’Gath’s complex biology quickly converts matter into new bodily growth—increasing its muscle mass and density, or hardening its outer carapace like organic diamond. When growing larger does not suit the Void-spawn’s needs, it vomits out the excess material as razor-sharp spines, leaving prey skewered and ready to feast upon later.
Prior to indulging in the delectable taste of his victims, Cho'Gath prefers to invite them to his humble 40-acre mansion. There, he offers scones and jam, with a spot of tea… so his guests may savor their last meal before becoming one themselves.
Citing nothing more than a blurry photograph, the locals in one isolated town insist on the existence of a large, predatory marine animal that grows in size every time it feeds. The reports are otherwise unsubstantiated, but the spike in tourism has been great for the local economy. Not the disappearances, though. Those are bad.
The gold standard of Battlecast shock troopers, Prime Cho'Gath implements self-replicating nanites that reinforce its frame as it consumes living tissue. It has become a common and terrifying sight in occupied cities, where it feeds on civilians who won't submit to conversion.
A titanic beast feared for its massive size and endless appetite, no sane hunter would ever think of taking on Cho'Gath. Seeing as there are no sane hunters, Cho'Gath enjoys a steady supply of lightly armored food.
Spawned from the remnants of a star system crippled by famine, Cho'Gath is driven to feed on any celestial body that crosses his path. These feasts swirl into the twin black holes at his heart—as endless and ageless as his hunger.
A mythical, titanic beast painted within the mysterious Shan Hai Scrolls, whose gluttony resulted in eternal karmic punishment, Cho'gath has seized upon the Scrolls' connection to the multiverse and plans to devour both his own world and then all others.
Removed Toggle:Cho'Gath's basic attacks each launch a volley of spikes in a line, dealing 25 / 35 / 50 / 65 / 80 (+ 30% AP) magic damage and applying spell effects to enemies hit.
New Active:Cho'Gath's next 3 basic attacks launch a volley of spikes in a line, dealing 25 / 35 / 50 / 65 / 80 (+ 30% AP)(+ 4% (+ 0.5% per Feast stack) of target's maximum health) magic damage and applying a decaying over the next 1.5 seconds slow of 30 / 35 / 40 / 45 / 50%.
New Effect: Now grants 50 bonus range.
New Effect: Now resets Cho'Gath basic attack timer.
Cho'Gath attempts to consume an enemy whole instantly killing it if below a health threshold. Each time Cho'Gath successfully devours a unit he grows in size, gaining health and increasing the consumption health threshold.
In Cho'Gath's case, Feast infinitely stacks his health.
Cho'Gath was the first champion to receive a second Legendaryskin (though Corki has two 1820 skins both of which are Legacy and Tristana has also two 1820 skins although one is Legacy and the other one is available).