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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
* This is a great item for AD carries, or auto-attacking bruisers with reliable gap closers.
 
* This is a great item for AD carries, or auto-attacking bruisers with reliable gap closers.
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* This passive is essentially the same as that granted by {{ii|Phage}} and {{ii|Trinity Force}}.
 
* Attacking structures does not activate the passive.
 
* Attacking structures does not activate the passive.
 
* Hitting a single enemy with an AoE spell does not proc the passive.
 
* Hitting a single enemy with an AoE spell does not proc the passive.

Revision as of 01:50, October 7, 2013

"Furor" redirects here. You may have been looking for the champion mechanic, Fury.
Up until Season Three, Furor was the name for critical damage runes.

Furor is an Enchantment item in League of Legends.

The Furor enchantment can be applied to any tier-2 boots at the same upgrade cost and for the same effect. Applying an enchantment does not impact on the tier-2 item's base effects.

Possible Upgrades

Similar Items

Notes

  • This is a great item for AD carries, or auto-attacking bruisers with reliable gap closers.
  • This passive is essentially the same as that granted by Phage item Phage and Trinity Force item Trinity Force.
  • Attacking structures does not activate the passive.
  • Hitting a single enemy with an AoE spell does not proc the passive.
  • DoT single target damage does not seem to proc the passive (needs further testing).
  • Ranged champions making use of Runaan's Hurricane item Runaan's Hurricane will still proc the bonus move speed from this enchantment.
  • Pet's autoattacks do not proc the passive.


References

List of Items

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