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How To Build Cresht In Season 15: Arcana, Rune, How To Play

Cresht

Cresht

Cresht is a tanking hero capable of turning into a giant in the Arena of Valor. His skill set allows him to disturb the enemy team, create virtual armor for his teammates, or finally, the ultimate with the ability to transform into a giant to help him better withstand and knock off enemy champions. This skill helps him break fighting extremely well. This helps him to be loved and chosen by many brothers when competing in the game, even in professional.

Skills increasing order of Cresht

 Cresht

Passive: Tidal Rage

Cresht ‘s basic attacks help accumulate Fury. When he reaches the maximum mark he can transform into Water God with the power to slow nearby enemies by 50% for 2 seconds each time he casts the ability, and he also gains bonus Attack Damage.

Skill 1: Typhoon

He swings his giant trident at surrounding enemies, dealing 360/435/510/585/660/735 (+0.80 AD) physical damage while increasing Fury.

When transforming into Water God he frantically attacks the enemies in front of him, dealing 400/480/560/640/720/800 (+1.25 Attack Damage) physical damage.

Skill 2: Aquatic Shield

He jumps to a target, creating a wave that protects allied champions from 500/570/640/710/780/850 (+0.47) physical damage and increases Fury. While in Water God, he jumps to the target location, dealing 380/430/480/530/580/630 (+0.94) physical damage to enemies within range.

Skill 3: Metamorphosis

When he reaches enough Wrath, Cresht can transform into a Water God form to give him a powerful protective layer, and at the same time create a cataclysm that repels enemies for 400/500/600 (+1.00) physical damage. While surfing on the waves, he gains increased movement speed.

Skills increasing order from level 1 to 15: 1, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 1, 3, 1, 2, 2.

Talent and Arcana

 Cresht

Talent:

Heal: Restores 15% health for self and nearby allies, and increases movement speed for the party by 15% for 2 seconds

Arcana:

Indomitable (10) + Benevolence (10) + Valiance (10)

How to build items for Cresht

  • Afata: Tower Blessing – Regrowth – Explosive Shield
  • Lokheim: Devourer
  • Lokheim: Bone Cutter

How to play Cresht

Early game

At the beginning of the game, players playing Cresht quickly move out to the bushes in the middle of the river to keep their forests by their side. If you are sure and confident, you can completely move to the opponent’s jungle to disturb, but do not dig too deep to get a bitter ending.

After a period of watching the jungle, deforestation of the enemy team, you should move quickly towards the Dragon lane to assist the ADC in clearing the creeps and ensure absolute safety for the ADC of your team. When playing in support positions, you should practice the habit of looking at the small map and panning the map to control the vision and the situation of the lanes so that you can ping your teammates when detecting approaching danger.

Mid and late game

When playing Cresht, you should actively use the basic attack on creeps or jungle monsters to fill your passive bar to ensure you have the ultimate in important fights.

You should maintain the gameplay around your ADC, support armor buffs to make the ADC stronger. After you and ADCs have successfully taken Dragon lane, you should move around to find opportunities for your team. And don’t forget to observe the ADC through the small map.

His ultimate is capable of opening fights as well as creating mutations in combat. When in a giant state, you should rush into the middle of the fight to withstand damage to help your teammates. In addition, when the enemy team formation has champions that are standing still when using your ultimate like Natalya, Aleister, … you should use the ultimate on the position the enemy is standing, this will help you break the opponent’s ultimate.