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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
* Percentage [[movement speed]] [[stacking#Champion statistic stacking|stacks]] additively with other sources of percentage movement speed.
 
* Percentage [[movement speed]] [[stacking#Champion statistic stacking|stacks]] additively with other sources of percentage movement speed.
* {{ii|Furor}} was a great [[enchantment]] for [[ADC]]s, or [[basic attack]] based [[bruiser]]s with reliable [[gap closer]]s.
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* {{ii|Furor}} was a great [[enchantment]] for [[ADC]]s, or [[basic attack]] based [[:Category:Fighter champion|bruisers]] with reliable [[gap closer]]s.
 
* Furor was best used when champions had enough [[attack speed]] to keep the bonus from decaying.
 
* Furor was best used when champions had enough [[attack speed]] to keep the bonus from decaying.
 
* '''Furor''' was similar to the [[Named item effect#Rage|Rage]] [[passive]] provided by {{ii|Phage}}, {{ii|Trinity Force}} and {{ii|Entropy}}, and could multiply the flat movement speed bonus.
 
* '''Furor''' was similar to the [[Named item effect#Rage|Rage]] [[passive]] provided by {{ii|Phage}}, {{ii|Trinity Force}} and {{ii|Entropy}}, and could multiply the flat movement speed bonus.

Revision as of 02:32, September 29, 2016

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Up until Season Three, Furor was the name for critical damage runes.


Furor was a boots enchantment in League of Legends.

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V6.9:

  • Removed from the game.

V5.22:

  • Cost reduced to Gold 450 from Gold 475.

V4.5:

  • Cost reduced to Gold 475 from Gold 650.

V1.0.0.152: Added

  • Cost Gold 650
  • Dealing damage to a champion with a single target attack or spell grants you a movement speed boost that decays over 2 seconds.

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