Release: May 31, 2012
Health: 445 (+79)
Mana: 210 (+41)
HP5: 9 (+0.67)
MP5: 4.8 (+0.46)
Movement Speed: 375
Attack per Sec: 1 (+0.02)
Basic Attack Damage: 38 + 2.2/Lvl (+100% of Physical Power)
Magical Protection: 30 (+0.9)
Physical Protection: 13 (+3)
|Arachne’s Basic Attacks gain 1.5% Physical damage for every 5% of a target’s missing Health.|
|Upon activation, Arachne’s next Basic Attack within 5s does additional damage and infects the target with Venom, dealing damage over time and healing Arachne every 0.5s for 3s.
|Arachne spindles her webbing, and her next 3 successful Basic Attacks are executed with increased Attack Speed for 6s. If all 3 Basic Attacks hit the same target, that target is Stunned.
|Arachne spins a wall of web. Enemies who pass through the web are Slowed, revealed to Arachne, and leave a trail of web behind them that increases Arachne’s movement speed and makes her immune to Slows. Breaking the web also spawns Broodlings, which deal damage to nearby enemies. Arachne can only have 2 Webs active at a time. The Web(s) has a lifetime of 240s.
|Arachne flips up to her infinite web, hanging upside down above the lane and increasing her movement speed. She may leap off the web to deal damage to all enemies in the target area.
WHO IS ARACHNE?
Once, a beautiful and talented weaver of cloth and fabric, a single prideful mistake made a monster of Arachne for all time.
With loom and thread, there were none more skilled than the mortal Arachne. Viewers traveled leagues just to see her art. So wondrous and majestic were her tapestries, it was said the spinner must have been instructed by the patron Goddess of Weavers herself, Athena. To this comparison, Arachne proudly scoffed, claiming not even the Gods rivaled her talent at weaving.
When Athena heard this, disguised as a crone, she visited Arachne and encouraged her to show proper respect to the Gods. Arachne dismissed the old woman and issued a challenge that no God, not even Athena, could weave better than she. Furious, Athena revealed herself and accepted the challenge.
They both set to the loom with fervor. Athena wove a glorious tapestry depicting her battle with Poseidon over the city of Athens. Her detail and imagery were exquisite. Yet Arachne’s weavings depicted Zeus in his many infidelities with mortals. So flawless, so lifelike was her artistry, not even Athena could refute the skill, nor could she contain her anger at such a sleight. Violently, she tore Arachne’s tapestry and pressed a finger to Arachne’s forehead. Twisting in anguish, Arachne fell to the ground as additional legs grew from her body, screaming as she transformed into the first spider.
It was an act of anger and pity, a lesson and a curse, for spiders are the greatest of weavers, and Arachne, in particular, was to weave for all time, but none could doubt the consequence for Arachne’s pride. Still, within her twisted heart, Arachne never forgave Athena, consumed by a dark hatred that can be sated only by the destruction of the Gods.