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Fiora

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[e][c]Fiora
The Grand Duelist
"I have come to kill you for the sake of honor. And though you possess none, still you die."
Champion Information
Primary Role
Secondary Role
Real Name:
Fiora Laurent
Price:
4800 Blue Essence  880 Riot Points
Resource Bar:
Mana
Release Date:
2012-02-29
Base Statistics
Health:
550 (+85)
Health Regen:
8.5 (+0.55)
Mana:
300 (+40)
Mana Regen:
8 (+0.7)
Attack Damage:
68 (+3.3)
Attacks Speed:
0.69 (+3.2%)
Attack Range:
ุ150
Armor:
33 (+3.5)
Magic Resistance:
32.1 (+1.25)
Movement Speed:
345
Esports Statistics
Win Rate:
29W : 41L (41.43%)

Abilities[edit]

Duelist's Dance
Passive
Ability
Passive
Affects
Enemies
Damage Type
True
Fiora challenges nearby enemy Champions to dodge her. She calls out a direction from which she will try to strike. If she can complete her own challenge, she receives a small bonus and calls out a new direction.
Lunge
Q
Ability
Ground
Affects
Enemies
Damage Type
Physical
Fiora lunges in a direction and stabs a nearby enemy, dealing physical damage and applying on-hit effects.
Range:400
Physical Damage:70/80/90/100/110 (+95/100/105/110/115% of bonus Attack Damage)
16/14/12/10/8
20/25/30/35/40
Riposte
W
Ability
Direction
Affects
Enemies
Damage Type
Magical
Fiora parries all incoming damage and disables for a short time, then stabs in a direction, dealing magic damage to enmies in a line. This stab slows the first enemy champion hit, or stuns them if Fiora blocked an immobilizing effect with this ability.
Range:750
Magic Damage:90/130/170/210/150 (+100% of Ability Power)
24/22/20/18/16
50
Bladework
E
Ability
No Target
Affects
Self
Damage Type
Physical
Fiora has increased attack speed for the next two attacks. The first attack slows the target, and the second attack will critically strike.
Range:425
Modified Critical Damage:160/170/180/190/200%
13/11/9/7/5
40/45/50/55/60
Grand Challenge
R
Ability
Unit
Affects
Self,Enemies
Damage Type
True
Fiora reveals all four Vitals on an enemy champion and gains movement speed while near them. If Fiora hits all 4 Vitals or if the target dies after she has hit at least one, Fiora and her allies in the area are healed over the next few seconds.
Range:500
Heal per Second:80/110/140 (+60% of bonus Attack Damage)
110/90/70
100

Lore[edit]

The most feared duelist in all Valoran, Fiora is as renowned for her brusque manner and cunning mind as she is for the speed of her bluesteel rapier. Born to House Laurent in the kingdom of Demacia, Fiora took control of the family from her father in the wake of a scandal that nearly destroyed them. House Laurent's reputation was sundered, but Fiora bends her every effort to restore her family's honor and return them to their rightful place among the great and good of Demacia.

From an early age, Fiora defied every expectation placed upon her. Her mother had the finest craftsmen of Demacia fashion the most lifelike dolls for her. Fiora gave them to her maids and took up her brother's rapier, forcing him to give her lessons in secret. Her father obtained a host of dressmaking mannequins for her personal seamstress to craft wondrous dresses. Fiora used them to practice lunges and ripostes.

At every stage in her life, Fiora has embodied all that is noble in Demacia, striving for perfection in all things and brooking no insult to her honor or that of her family's ideals. As the youngest daughter of House Laurent, she was destined for a life as a political pawn, to be married off in the grand game of alliances between patrician houses. This did not sit well with Fiora, whose temperament saw only dishonor in being maneuvered by another's will, even that of her beloved father. Despite her resistance, a politically advantageous marriage was arranged with an outlying branch of House Crownguard, and plans were set for a summer wedding.

The ancient families of Demacia sent their invited representatives to House Laurent to attend the marriage ceremony, but instead of meekly accepting her fate, Fiora defied it. She declared before the assembled host that she would sooner die than be dishonored by allowing someone else to control her fate. Her husband-to-be was publicly shamed and his family demanded a duel to the death to wipe away Fiora's scandalous insult.

Fiora immediately stepped forward, but as Master of House Laurent, it was her father's duty to accept. The champion of House Crownguard was a truly deadly warrior, and defeat was almost certain. To lose would see House Laurent ruined and his daughter exiled in disgrace. Presented with so stark a choice, Fiora's father made a decision that would damn his family for years to come. That night, he attempted to drug his opponent with a draught to rob his blows of speed, but his attempt was discovered and the Master of House Laurent was arrested.

Demacian law is notoriously harsh and unforgiving. Its justice allows no leeway, and Fiora's father had broken its most fundamental code of honor. He would suffer public humiliation upon the executioner's scaffold, hanged like a common criminal, and his entire family expelled from Demacia. On the eve of his death, Fiora visited her father's cell, but what passed between them is a secret known only to her.

An ancient and all but forgotten code of honor allowed for a family member to expunge the shame of one of its number in blood, and thus avoid the virtual death-sentence of exile. Knowing they had no choice, father and daughter faced each other within the Hall of Blades. Justice would not be served by a mere slaying, Fiora's father had to fight and be fought. The battle was blindingly swift, a dance of blades so exquisite that those who witnessed it would never forget what they had seen. Fiora's father was a fine swordsman in his own right, but he was no match for his daughter. They said farewell in every clash of the blade, but in the end a tearful Fiora buried her rapier in her father's heart and assured her family's continued place in Demacia. With her father dead at her feet, Fiora became the head of House Laurent (much to the surprise of her older brothers...).

Though the honor of House Laurent was not entirely ruined, scandals are not easily erased. In the years that followed, Fiora proved a sagacious leader of her House and swiftly learned not to make the mistakes of brash youth. She became a formidable mistress of blade and negotiation, cutting to the heart of any matter with her customary clarity and seemingly cruel directness. Some still speak of her House's disgrace or decry how standards have fallen that a woman should dare call herself ruler of a noble House, but only in private. For when such gossip reaches Fiora's ear, she is quick to call out those rumormongers and demand justice on the edge of a sword. Yet even here, she is not without pragmatic cunning, offering each challenger a way out that will allow honor to be satisfied without death. So far, none have accepted her offers, and none have ever walked away from a duel with Fiora.

With the fortunes of House Laurent on the rise, Fiora has no shortage of suitors, but none have yet proven worthy of her hand. Many suspect Fiora herself puts every suitor through an impossible gauntlet of courtship in order to remain aloof and unmarried, for a wife would, traditionally, relinquish power to her husband.

And Fiora has never done anything traditionally.

Patch History[edit]

Patch Version Balance Changes
Patch 8.22
  • Q - Lunge
    • PRIORITIES : Lunge still prioritizes R Vitals then P Vitals, but now prioritizes an R-affected target next even without a Vital to proc
    • LESSER PRIORITIES : After the above prioritization, Lunge looks for a low-health champion in range, last-hittable minion in range, champion in range, then nearest unit (unchanged)
Patch 8.19
  • Passive - Duelist's Dance
    • VITAL HEALING : 25-110 ⇒ 35-110
  • Q - Lunge
    • BUGFIX : Lunge will once again correctly prioritize champions and vital procs over killable minions.

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