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1 Growth 18 1 Growth 18
Health 540 (+62) 1594 Attack damage 54 (+3) 105
Health regen. 0.3 (+0.0015) Attack speed 10 (+2.3%) 49.1%
Mana 220 (+40) 900 Armor 3 (+0.8) 16.6
Mana regen. 0.3 (+0.003) Magic resist. (+)
Attack range 50 Mov. speed 200


Gavid, the Plant King Gavid, the Plant King is a cancelled champion.

The Plant King

Born into the world as a tiny sprout, Gavd spent much of his life basking in the rich soil near the Demacian Empire, The fertile ground allowed Gavd to grow at an incredible rate.

As Gavd's jungle of thorns and vines grew larger, it drew nearer and nearer to the tended gardens of the Demacians. Soon, human foresters arrived in Gavd's territory. Wielding brutal axes, they began to slash their way through the jungle, destroying seedlings and woodland that had taken decades to grow. Soon, most of his friends and family had been destroyed, hacked into firewood and carried off by the uncaring humans. With the other plants around him wilting away, Gavd set off to vindicate his kingdom, joining the Immortal war with the intent of destroying the humans in the same violent manner as they had done to his kin.

Development

Gavid didn't fit with the game's artistic theme. Confirmation of his cancelation came in the 2010 Harrowing map skin for Summoner's Rift, where a coffin containing Gavid (along with two other cancellations Averdrian Averdrian and Tabu Tabu) could be seen, effectively serving as the final 'nail in the coffin'.[1]

The presented information is extracted from v0.8.13.26, where Gavid is referred as Gavd[2]. There are minor wording adjustments for this presentation.


Abilities

Vine Generation

Gavid Sprout.png

Passive: Gavid spawns a small vine within a Small Area of Effect at random every 2 seconds.

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This passive is not described in the kit.

Thorns

Gavid Thorns.png

Passive: Gavid and his vines inflict damage to Melee role.png melee attackers upon being struck.

Damage:
10 / 15 / 20 / 25 / 30

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Animate Thornspitter

Gavid Animate Thornspitter.png

Active: Consumes a target vine, turning it into a Thornspitter plant that fires thorns at nearby enemies, dealing damage. Thornspitter has 200 Hit Points, 2 Armor, Magic Immune. Lasts up to 30 seconds.

Damage:
24 / 28 / 32 / 36 / 40

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Animate Entangler

Gavid Animate Entangler.png

Active: Consumes a target vine, causing it to explode into a mass of roots that Root icon.png entangles nearby enemies for a few seconds, dealing 50 damage per second.

Duration:
3 / 3.5 / 4 / 4.5 / 5

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Animate Vitalis

Gavid Animate Vitalis.png

Active: Consumes a target vine to create a Vitalis plant which Heal power icon.png heals nearby allied units every 3 seconds. The Vitalis plant has 100 Hit Points. Lasts 20 seconds.

Heal:
10 / 13 / 16 / 19 / 22

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Entrench

Gavid Entrench.png

Active: Gavid Root icon.png roots himself to the ground for a few seconds, Heal power icon.png healing a portion of his maximum health over a duration.

Self Heal:
25 / 33 / 50% of maximum health
Duration:
4 / 3 / 2

During the duration, Gavid generates an immediate extra 7 vines, as well as gaining increased vine generation. Additonally, the next Animate Thornspitter, Animate Trapper, or Animate Vitalis animates all vines within a Medium Area of Effect of the target vine.

Vine Generation:
1000% / 1500% / 2000%

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Trivia

  • Animate Vitalis Animate Vitalis icon was recycled for the now removed Crest of Nature's Fury Crest of Nature's Fury buff (obtained by slaying the now removed Rabid Wolf Rabid Wolf on pre-update Twisted Treeline)
  • Animate Entangler Animate Entangler icon was recycled for Baron Nashor's Baron Nashor's Tentacle Knockup active.
  • Zyra Zyra closely mirrors Gavid's abilities and thematic (except for Animate Vitalis Animate Vitalis), but was developed separately.

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