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In my mind – Tassadar rework

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Hi !

I have a suggestion about Tassadar. I know that developers are considering a redesign on this hero, but i want to share my idea for Tassadar.

In my mind, Tassadar would be a mage/ support. And he could change between his mage form, and support form with his D.

Mage form :

As its current ultimate, he would have the appearance of an archon. He would have 4.5 range for his splaslh damage AA (no slow on AA). 1 AA/sec

As the Starcraft 2 unit, he would have a lot of shield (that regenerates quickly after don't receive damage for 5 seconds), but not a lot of heal point (90% of shield, and 10% of "real" heal point).

As probuis, he would gain mana very quickly, but after don't use spell for 3-5 seconds or more.

His Q spell would be a shield, but only for himself, like Zarya. This use the mana to regenerates instantly his shield (1 point of mana = 3 point of shield). (20sec CD)

His W spell would be his current W, a storm. But, he would have no CD on this spell, so he could use this spell as long as he would have enough mana. To touch heroes with a storm would increase damage of the nexts storm within 5 seconds. (0.25sec CD). This spell don't stack.

His E spell would be his current E, he would be invincible and invisible and couln't AA or use spell last 2sec max. But, he could stop his E earlier, if he use again his E. At the end, Tassadar would gain +15% spell power for 10 sec. (30sec CD).

His D spell is to change to support form : canalization 1sec. He maintain his mana and his pourcentage of shield and heal point. (5sec CD)

Support form :

He would have its current form in Hots. His shield and heal would be swap (10% shield and 90% "real" heal point), and he would have 50% total less heal.

He would have slow AA (20%), with not a lot of damage (as actually or even less), and with a range of 7.5. 4 AA/sec

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His Q spell would be a shield that he could use on allies. If we maintain the Q key, the shield would become bigger and would cost more mana. (there would have a limit for the shield size, and 1 point of mana = 3 point of shield. (5sec CD + 0.5sec/1sec of maitain)

His W spell would be his currrent W, a storm. But he would have no CD on this spell, so he could use this spell as long as he would have enough mana. The storm slow, and more enemies stay in the storm, more the storm slow (to 20% to 50% in 2s). (0.25sec CD). This spell don't stack.

His E spell would be his current E, he would be invincible and invisible and couln't AA or use spell. But, he could stop his E earlier, if he use again his E. Unlike the mage form, this spell last more time (up to 5sec), and Tassadar regenerate 7.5% mana, life and shield par second

His D spell is to change to support form : canalization 1sec. He maintain his mana and his pourcentage of shield and heal point. (5sec CD)

Ultimates :

Big archon mode – It would be like the current archon mode, but :

– mage form : damage increase, damage regenerate his shield

– support form : More raduis damage (+2 range), more slow (+10%)

Wall -It would be like the current wall, but :

– Mage form : Enemies touching the wall lose 25 armor (for 1.5sec) and it's regenerate 25 mana per enemies touching the wall.

– support form : More range, the wall slow if we touch it (50% for 0.5sec), and we can "build a longer wall" but it costs mana (and there is a maximum size.

Thank you for reading this post. I'm sorry if my english isn't very well 😛

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