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there's a difference between remaining in combat and entering combat. After you enter in combat you remain in combat for 5 seconds. This can be refreshed by re-entering in combat.
 
there's a difference between remaining in combat and entering combat. After you enter in combat you remain in combat for 5 seconds. This can be refreshed by re-entering in combat.
Damaging is also not true because there're abilities that deal no damage (i.e walls, bard, placing zilean's q) but trigger enter in combat effects (i.e conqueror, sudden impact, elixir of sorcery).
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Damaging is also not true because there're abilities that deal no damage (i.e walls, bard r, placing zilean's q) but trigger enter in combat effects (i.e conqueror, sudden impact, elixir of sorcery).
   
 
Shaco doesn't trigger any of these because he doesn't go in combat when he uses his clone while Annie or the others do.
 
Shaco doesn't trigger any of these because he doesn't go in combat when he uses his clone while Annie or the others do.

Latest revision as of 11:15, October 23, 2018

there's a difference between remaining in combat and entering combat. After you enter in combat you remain in combat for 5 seconds. This can be refreshed by re-entering in combat. Damaging is also not true because there're abilities that deal no damage (i.e walls, bard r, placing zilean's q) but trigger enter in combat effects (i.e conqueror, sudden impact, elixir of sorcery).

Shaco doesn't trigger any of these because he doesn't go in combat when he uses his clone while Annie or the others do.

Saying that conqueror refreshes when entering in combat is what i found to be the only correct option.

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