"Mobile Legends": Irithel Item Build Guide

Updated on May 7, 2019
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Mobile Legends Irithel Item Build Guide
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Do you like using Irithel in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang? If your answer is yes, then this guide is for you!

As the Jungle Heart, Irithel needs to be equipped with the proper items in order for her to fully draw out her latent abilities. Fortunately, this guide provides item build ideas for you to use so you can lead Irithel to victory.

Without further ado, here are three item builds that synergize well with Irithel’s formidable hunting prowess. You can follow them perfectly or even tweak them a little bit. Do whatever it takes to be a legend!

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Hefty Arrow Item Build

The sole goal of the Hefty Arrow Item Build is to accentuate the weight of Irithel’s attacks. With her bow and her arrows, Irithel utilizes this build by placing all focus on her attack power. However, it’s not like this build renders Irithel fragile in exchange for attack power; with the help of Haas’s Claw as the first core item, she actually becomes capable of striking an unexpected balance between offense and survival.

All of the items listed in the Hefty Arrow Item Build—aside from the Swift Boots—are aimed to boost Irithel’s attack power. This build actually combines raw attack power and critical power to efficiently improve the impact of her blows.

In all honesty, the Hefty Arrow Item Build is not the build that offers the most attack power. There’s another build for that. Nevertheless, as I’ve already said, this build increases Irithel’s survivability dramatically with the help of Haas’s Claw. After all, what need would Irithel have for overwhelming attack power if she can’t last long enough to demonstrate it?

1. Haas’s Claw

  • +70 Physical Attack
  • +20% Physical Lifesteal (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Insanity) – Grants an extra 10% Lifesteal when HP drops below 40%.

2. Swift Boots

  • +15% Attack Speed
  • +40 Movement Speed (Unique)

3. Berserker’s Fury

  • +65 Physical Attack
  • +25% Critical Chance
  • +40% Critical Damage (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Doom) – Increases the hero’s Physical Attack by 5% for 2 seconds after landing a critical hit.

4. Scarlet Phantom

  • +30 Physical Attack
  • +20% Attack Speed
  • +25% Critical Chance
  • Unique Passive (Frenzy) – Increases Attack Speed by 30% and Critical Chance by 5% for 2 seconds after landing a critical hit.

5. Malefic Roar

  • +60 Physical Attack
  • +40% Physical Penetration (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Armor Buster) – Causes basic attacks to ignore 20% of the defensive armor of turrets.

6. Blade of Despair

  • +170 Physical Attack
  • +5% Movement Speed
  • Unique Passive (Despair) – Raises the hero’s physical attack damage by 25% for 2 seconds after attacking enemies that have less than 50% HP.

Swift Predator Item Build

The Swift Predator Item Build is perfect for both amateur and veteran players. In my opinion, this build is the most balanced build among the item builds listed here. This build doesn’t offer attack power alone; it also offers speed and survivability!

Equipping the Demon Hunter Sword as the first core item allows Irithel to add some overture damage, speed, and lifesteal effect to her attacks. While this item suffers diminishing returns with its offense, it does allow Irithel to sustainably recover some HP, which permits her to carry on with her ferocious assault.

The next two items are the Swift Boots and the Corrosion Scythe. These two items provide a substantial boost to Irithel’s attack speed, synergizing with the Demon Hunter Sword and rendering it more effective. The faster Irithel attacks, the more damage she can deal, and the more HP she can recover.

As for the last three items—the Berserker’s Scythe, the Scarlet Phantom, and the Blade of Despair—they work to maximize Irithel’s attack power. With the speed that Irithel has already gained from her first three core items, dealing a flurry of devastating blows becomes a walk in the park for her after she successfully crafts her late-game, damage-boosting items.

1. Demon Hunter Sword

  • +35 Physical Attack
  • +25% Attack Speed
  • Unique Passive (Devour) – Deals bonus physical damage equal to 9% of the current HP of an enemy with each basic attack. The extra damage caps at 60 points against monsters.
  • Unique Passive (Devour)– Grants an extra 4% Physical Lifesteal for 3 seconds with each basic attack. This effect can stack up to 5 times.

2. Swift Boots

  • +15% Attack Speed
  • +40 Movement Speed (Unique)

3. Corrosion Scythe

  • +50 Physical Attack
  • +5% Movement Speed
  • +25% Attack Speed
  • Unique Passive (Corrosion) – Grants a 50% chance of decreasing the Movement Speed of enemies by 40% with each basic attack. This effect only provides a 20% decrease in Movement Speed for long-ranged basic attacks.
  • Unique Passive (Impulse) – Deals damage to enemies with each basic attack and increases Attack Speed by 8% for 3 seconds. This effect can stack up to 5 times.

4. Berserker’s Scythe

  • +65 Physical Attack
  • +25% Critical Chance
  • +40% Critical Damage (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Doom) – Increases the hero’s Physical Attack by 5% for 2 seconds after landing a critical hit.

5. Scarlet Phantom

  • +30 Physical Attack
  • +20% Attack Speed
  • +25% Critical Chance
  • Unique Passive (Frenzy) – Increases Attack Speed by 30% and Critical Chance by 5% for 2 seconds after landing a critical hit.

6. Blade of Despair

  • +170 Physical Attack
  • +5% Movement Speed
  • Unique Passive (Despair) – Raises the hero’s physical attack damage by 25% for 2 seconds after attacking enemies that have less than 50% HP.

Jungle Queen Item Build

The Jungle Queen Item Build unleashes the brimful fierceness of Irithel. She is, after all, considered the queen of the jungle! And with this build, her ferocity reverberates all throughout the woodlands, forcing anyone who witnesses her might cower in awe.

There’s only one drawback with the Jungle Queen Item Build: It’s a build that drastically reduces Irithel’s odds for survival! Nonetheless, it offers astounding attack power! Every attack that comes from Irithel—with full Jungle Queen Item Build in tow—is lethal! In fact, this build enables Irithel to reach the highest peak of her true potential.

Do note that the Jungle Queen Item Build is not for newbies. It’s a build meant for players who have built immeasurable amounts of experience with Irithel. This build is like a double-edged sword. If you don’t know how to efficiently utilize Irithel’s skills and abilities, then the overwhelming power that this build offers may backfire on you.

1. Raptor Machete

  • +30 Physical Attack
  • +15 Physical Penetration
  • +30% Damage to Monsters (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Greed) – Gains 30% extra experience when jungling. Also, regains 4% of total HP and 10% of total Mana after killing a jungle monster.
  • Unique Passive (Gorge) – Increases Physical Attack by 4 points every time a jungle monster is killed. This effect can stack up to 15 times. Also, the “Retribution” battle spell becomes applicable to enemy heroes by having the effect of reducing their Movement Speed by 70%, which gradually decays within 3 seconds. Using “Retribution” also deals a small amount of true damage against enemy heroes.

2. Swift Boots

  • +15% Attack Speed
  • +40 Movement Speed (Unique)

3. Berserker’s Fury

  • +65 Physical Attack
  • +25% Critical Chance
  • +40% Critical Damage (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Doom) – Increases the hero’s Physical Attack by 5% for 2 seconds after landing a critical hit.

4. Hunter Strike

  • +100 Physical Attack
  • +10% Cooldown Reduction
  • Unique Passive (Hunt) – Attacks an enemy 5 times in a row and increases the hero’s Movement Speed by 30% for 3 seconds. This effect has a cooldown of 15 seconds.

5. Malefic Roar

  • +60 Physical Attack
  • +40% Physical Penetration (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Armor Buster) – Causes basic attacks to ignore 20% of the defensive armor of turrets.

6. Blade of Despair

  • +170 Physical Attack
  • +5% Movement Speed
  • Unique Passive (Despair) – Raises the hero’s physical attack damage by 25% for 2 seconds after attacking enemies that have less than 50% HP.

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