The axe impacts at the target location, briefly grants sight of its immediate surroundings and remains there for a duration equal to the cooldown. Olaf reduces the cooldown of Undertow by 4.5 seconds upon retrieving the axe by walking within pickup distance of it.
Passive:Olaf gains bonus armor and bonus magic resistance while Ragnarok is inactive.
20 / 30 / 40
Active:Olaf becomes enraged for 6 seconds, initially cleansing himself of all crowd control and becoming immune to crowd control and gaining bonus attack damage as well as 10% increased size for the duration. For the first second of Ragnarok, he also gains bonus movement speed towards visible enemy champions within 2000 units.
An unstoppable force of destruction, the axe-wielding Olaf wants nothing but to die in glorious combat. Hailing from the brutal Freljordian peninsula of Lokfar, he once received a prophecy foretelling his peaceful passing—a coward's fate, and a great insult among his people. Seeking death, and fueled by rage, he rampaged across the land, slaughtering scores of great warriors and legendary beasts in search of any opponent who could stop him. Now a brutal enforcer for the Winter's Claw, he seeks his end in the great wars to come.
Marauders are the remnants of a brutal regime known as the Magelords, who conquered more than half the world at the dawn of civilization. Though their empire has long since crumbled, its remaining armies now wage endless wars, seeking death and glory wherever they may find it.
A savage berserker from the hinterlands, Olaf sought a warrior's death in slaying dragons. One by one, the horrid beasts fell to his axe, and rumors even tell of him consuming the heart of a dragon he beheaded. Truth is, this act has only fanned the fire of his rage, driving him to bring about the end of dragons.
After a vicious encounter on the Freljordian front, Olaf is convinced to join the Sentinels to satiate his hunger for battle. Only then would he have the power to challenge Viego, the greatest threat the world has ever known, and satisfy his urge to fearlessly face death in glorious combat.
All hail, Olaf, the Blastbeat Barbarian, and Chosen of Stentorus! As wild as a tempest, as brutal as an earthquake, he laughs in the faces of his enemies, his pounding drumbeats shaking the very foundations of the world.
Olaf throws an axe into the ground at a target location, dealing damage to units it passes through and slowing their movement speed. If Olaf picks up the axe, the ability's cooldown is reduced by 6 seconds.
Many Vikings, Norse-Gaels, and Varangians bore this name and its derivatives.
His title means "bear-sark", referencing the garment worn by Norse berserkers.
Since his lore-retconning, Olaf fears his prophesied death in peace & obscurity and instead longs for an unforgettable, glorious death in combat, inspired by the common Indo-European literary motif "Imperishable Glory".
Likewise, Pantheon challenges his opponent(s) into an epic battle.