Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes - The Loop
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- It is possible for the Nexus Obelisk to not be able to bring Kled down from Skaarl for a few seconds, even if Skaarl has no health.
- Kled's health is rounded up while Skaarl's health is rounded down.
- Health regeneration only regenerates Kled's or Skaarl's health, not both.
- The only crowd control status which Kled's dismount does not dispel is .
- Both casts count as ability activations for the purposes of on-cast effects such as Spellblade and stacking .
- Jousting deals area damage to all champions and large/epic monsters it hits, but spell damage to all other struck targets.
- For this reason, Jousting kills and grown plants in one hit.
- Casting during Jousting will not interrupt the dash.
- Recasting Jousting while outside of maximum range will cause the ability to go on cooldown without activation.
- Jousting can be recast even while the target is untargetable.
- Kled and Skaarl will track the target if they change locations.
- They will dash to the target's previous location if the target is too far away or moves beyond units.
- During the charge the duo gain:
- (950 − (bonus movement speed )) ÷ 12 × (time ÷ 0.25)
- Kled and Skaarl are immune to crowd control during the charge as well while dashing to the target.
- The bonus movement speed is not affected by movement speed caps.
- The charge will not give any movement speed to Kled if he has more than movement speed.
- The trail will not give Kled and his allies any movement speed if they have more than movement speed.
- Movement speed is granted merely by facing the direction of the draft.
- Enemies gain partial vision of Kled when he charges nearby.
- Kled will re-path if his current pathing is blocked by a newly created terrain (either player created or by the ).
- The charge will not be interrupted if Kled's location changes drastically.
- The following table refers for interactions while Kled is charging:
|Movement||Allowed, but cannot input movement commands.|
|Disabled||All items are disabled|
- This article section only contains champion skins. For all associated collection items, see Kled (Collection).
A warrior as fearless as he is ornery, the yordle Kled embodies the furious bravado of Noxus. He is an icon beloved by the empire’s soldiers, distrusted by its officers, and loathed by the nobility. Many claim Kled has fought in every campaign the legions have waged, has 'acquired' every military title, and has never once backed down from a fight. Though the truth of the matter is often questionable, one part of his legend is undeniable: Charging into battle on his un-trusty steed, Skaarl, Kled fights to protect what’s his… and to take whatever he can get.
Evan 'Somnicidal' Monteiro
- For the expanded patch notes, see here.
- Kled is one of 22 champions without a single ability power ratio on any ability: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and .
- Kled and Skaarl are the first champion with two health bars, combining to form the highest in-game base health, with Kled's being the lowest.
- Kled is also the first champion and one of the two champions in the game whose health cannot be improved except through growth per level, the second being .
- Kled, while movement speed of all champions at 285. , has the lowest base
- Mr. Toad's Wild Ride from the animated film The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, originally adapted from the children's novel The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. is most likely a reference to the Disneyland attraction
- MR BONES WILD RIDE", a custom roller coaster built in RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 called that took in game years to complete its course. Then, once a passenger finally got off the ride, it led back to the start of the ride, creating an never-ending cycle of riding the attraction. One of the most famous quotes that a ton of riders thought was "I want to get off 'MR BONES WILD RIDE'". is a probable reference to "
- Kled is the first champion to swear (albeit censored) in-game.
- Kled's Moonwalk, a famous dance move.
dance references the
- A side-by-side comparison can be seen here.
- The song used in the short cinematic The Reunion is Edvard Grieg's, Peer Gynt - Morning Mood.