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Max HP: 3007
Armor: 87 / 12.6%
Magic Defense: 50 / 7.6%
Attack Damage: 161
Ability Power: 0
Max Mana: 440
Movement Speed: 340
Magic Pierce: 0 / %
Attack Speed: 0
Critical Chance: 0
Critical Damage: 200
Life Steal: 0
Magic Life Steal: 0
Cooldown Speed: 0
Attack Range: Long Range
Resistance: 0
HP Per 5 Seconds: 37
Mana Per 5 Seconds: 15
Regen Energy Per 5 seconds: 0

Fennik is one of the Heroes in the game Arena of Valor.


Image Name Dmg1 Dmg2 Dmg3 Dmg4 Dmg5 Dmg6 CD1 CD2 CD3 CD4 CD5 CD6
Ult chain-hammer-cyclone.png Chain Hammer Cyclone 75 93 111 36 30 24
Passive hidden-weapons.png Hidden Weapons
2 rolling-lightning.png Rolling Lightning 30 36 42 48 54 60 12 11.5 11 10.5 9.5
1 thief s-mark.png Thief's Mark 160 180 200 220 240 260 12 11.2 10.4 9.6 8.8 8


"Get moving, folks!"

Fennik was infamous for his transcendent speed. Before his exceptionality came into play, speediness had been overlooked for centuries because human and beasts alike praised characteristics such as strength and wisdom. until. Despite these traditionally upheld characteristics, Fennik changed the game when his speed eventually became a threat.

Now, not only was speediness praised, but it was also feared. Speediness became a huge advantage not only in battles, but also in everyday life. With his speed as his weapon, theft became nothing more than a hobby to Fennik. Of all the thieves, he has yet to be caught and holds the highest bounty in the continent.

There were only two instances in which Fennik was relevant and known universally by humans and beasts: he either raided their belongings or he made them worry about the moment when he would. The only people who did not condone Fennik's habits were those who were benefited from them. Those who were victims of his theft and those who were rewarded were not arbitrary, Fennik unintentionally tried to find a middle-ground between the fortunate and the less fortunate.

Nothing pleased him more than seeing the chagrin on the faces of his wealthy victims who he had just stolen from and the gratitude on the faces of the less-fortunate when receiving unexpected gifts. Fennik embodied a childlike spirit and embraced the art of tomfoolery. Money was merely an objective, his priorities laid deeper within.

"What is life? Being happy of course!"

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