Luna Moonfang is a stalwart and devout follower of the Moon Goddess, Elune. She fights alongside the Sentinel in the neverending battle to cleanse the land of the unholy Scourge. Through her valiant efforts, she has been granted small portions of Elune’s mystical power. Luna uses this gift to cut a swath through her enemies. It has been said that Luna is able to call down the very light of the moon, and is always surrounded by a glowing aura, as though in moonlight herself. Luna is a shining beacon for the Sentinel, an ever vigilant protector.
Base HP: 435
Base Mana: 208
Strength – 15 + 1.75
Agility – 22 + 2.8 (Primary)
Intelligence – 16 + 1.85
Base damage 43 – 49
Attack range of 330
Base Armor 4.1
Movement speed of 320
Luna concentrates on the moon’s energy and channels it forcefully to the surface, damaging an enemy unit.
Level 1 – 75 damage.
Level 2 – 150 damage.
Level 3 – 225 damage.
Level 4 – 300 damage.
Mana Cost: 95/ 110/ 125/ 140
After Lucent Beam did not effect Eclipse damage, looks like everybody leave this skill when build battle Luna.
Allows Luna to attack extra enemies with each Glaive attack. Each enemy struck beyond the first incurs a 35% damage loss, per unit.
Level 1 – Luna hits 2 enemies with every attack.
Level 2 – Luna hits 3 enemies with every attack.
Level 3 – Luna hits 4 enemies with every attack.
Level 4 – Luna hits 5 enemies with every attack.
Mana Cost: N/A
A great skill, but for harassing melee hero while last hitting. Great skill for farming as Luna launches painful bouncing glaives, also work well for team battle.
Nearby ranged units gain the power of the moon.
Level 1 – Increases base ranged damage by 6%.
Level 2 – Increases base ranged damage by 13%.
Level 3 – Increases base ranged damage by 20%.
Level 4 – Increases base ranged damage by 27%.
Mana Cost: N/A
Great skill and synergize with glaives. Also helping your team, especially when you got teammates like Viper or Traxec.
Calls to the moon’s magic, summoning a concentrated burst of level 4 Lucent Beams(no matter whether what your lucent beam level is) to damage targets within 450 AoE around Luna.
If Luna dies while casting Eclipse, Lucent Beams will still be produced at the area where she dies.
Level 1 – Summons 4 Lucent Beams.
Level 2 – Summons 7 Lucent Beams.
Level 3 – Summons 10 Lucent Beams.
Mana Cost: 250/ 350/ 450
Cooldown: 140/ 120/ 100
This skill makes people fear to meet you one-by-one. Almost result in a sure kill when it used to fight one hero alone. Watch for the creeps when use this skill because the damage will be shared.
1. Stats/ Lucent Beam
2. Lunar Blessing/Moon Glaives
4. Lunar Blessing
5. Lunar Blessing
7. Lunar Blessing
8. Moon Glaives
9. Moon Glaives
10. Moon Glaives/Lunar Blessing
12. Moon Glaives
22. Lucent Beam/Stats
23-25. Lucent Beam
This build is designed to build battle Luna. Go for Stats and Lunar Blessing in early games. Those will makes you easily to get last hit while stats help your survivability. Take 1 level of Lucent Beam for the mini-stun if you’re facing channeling heroes on your lane. Lucent Beam is maxed at your last levels because it doesn’t give you lane control. If you max it first, Luna will lose it’s effectiveness during mid and late game.
Moon Glaives is taken after Lunar Blessing, because Lunar Blessing gives you more damage for last hitting. Take Moon Glaives early when you are facing melee hero for harassing while killing creeps or denying. Moon Glaives don’t give you lane controlling abilities, it just help you pushing and farming. A bit of Stats are gotten early as they’re still much better than Moon Glaives, and they give you a bit of everything you need.
Moon Glaives are gotten as soon as you maxed out Lunar Blessing, as you probably have enough overall damage to deal significant damage with your Bouncing Glaives. But if you’re gonna for neutral creeps, take Moon Glaives immediately as it will really help you kill neutrals faster. Eclipse is maxed out whenever you can, as it deals superb damage and you can kill any lone enemy you pass by, and it deals great damage in a teamfight.
1. 2 Set of Tangos + Circlet of Nobility
2. Finish 1-2 Wraithbands
3. Boots of Speed
4. Helm of Ironwill
5. Mask of Death (Helm of Dominator)
6. Finish Power Treads
7. Black King Bar (optional)
9. Finish Satanic
Your items should be like this:
Get tangoes and some stats from circlets, tangoes is better than Ring of Regeneration since you will get Dominator. Wraithbands is better than bracers because you need fast damage boost for farming. Helm of the Dominator is probably better than any other item for Luna, as it gives Luna more capability to survive while farming. The leech helps Luna on jungling and the dominate ability will get you a Centaur/Furbols. Use them to stomp then Eclipse to get kills.
Black King Bar is an optional items. When you are facing so much nuker, it’s advisable you buy this thing before Butterfly. If you’re going extraordinary farming or your enemies are all DPS hero, rushing Butterfly will gives you better result. It gives you everything, damage, attack speed and especially the evasion.
Upgrade your shoes into Power Treads to boost attack speed After get some damage items, finish the Satanic. With the additional hp given and the additional lifesteal boost, you’re sure to survive much longer against enemy heroes, and Satanic’s active lifeleech gives you additional damage, plus the lifeleech, which gives you a lifesteal even on the bouncing glaives.
Luna like the other agility heroes, is fragile early games. Your attack range is very short for a range hero. Try to get last hit and farming immediately. Don’t bother for harassing, you will get a kill when you got your ulti’s. When you get a Dominator, it’s time for jungling since Luna skills makes jungling very easy. You can go live in the forest and gain a lot of money in a short time. There’s no problem when you encounter any enemy hero, considering you can survive whatever they can take and that you can kill them with Eclipse and a few more hits.
Keep farming and farming. Luna is an exceptional farmer and you must maximize it’s potential to rush your items. Only do ganking when they are close to your jungling position. If you are ganking too far, it means you’ll lose a lot of time farming and will delay your items. The most efficient way to kill heroes is to surprise eclipse them, offensively in a lane. When getting caught in a forest, you will turn out to be some sort of Anti-Gank, so it means you can kill them when you’re getting harmed, just make sure they won’t survive. If you’re short of HP, don’t bother and leech some creeps.
When it’s times for team battles, the most important things is watch for enemies creeps. Don’t waste your ulti’s on creeps. Tell your teams to clear the creeps first. Raigor and QoP ulti’s are great way to clear the creeps. After the creeps clear, jump in and start Eclipse. They’ll receive a massive amount of damage, and all you have to do next is to attack them. Activate Unholy Rage if you have Satanic, start hitting the weakest hero and leech at the same time. Your Glaives will hurt a lots of hero and hopefully can bring you a 1-3 kill.