"Mobile Legends": Hanzo Item Build Guide

Updated on May 11, 2019
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Mobile Legends Hanzo Item Build Guide
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Do you like using Hanzo in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang? If your answer is yes, then this guide is for you!

As the Akuma Ninja, Hanzo needs to be equipped with the proper items in order for him to quench the Ame no Habakiri’s thirst for blood. Fortunately, this guide provides item build ideas for you to use so you can lead Hanzo to victory.

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

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Demonic Ninja

If you want to transform Hanzo into a full-fledged satanic ninja, then you should place all of your bets on the Demonic Ninja Item Build.

The Demonic Ninja Item Build offers great power. Donning this build is like sealing a deal with the devil, which is totally reasonable for Hanzo, because he already has an existing deal with the infernal Hanekage through the Ame no Habakiri.

Since this build has its sole focus on attack power and critical power, it renders Hanzo really vulnerable to damage. You shouldn’t worry that much though. Hanzo, from the get-go, is a squishy hero. His only redeeming quality is his insane offensive power. That’s why this build works perfectly for him!

It’s a good thing, however, that the Demonic Ninja Item Build actually has some attack speed and lifesteal to spare. Both of these attributes complement Hanzo’s high attack power really well. Add that to the fact that the entirety of this build is primarily dedicated to launching Hanzo’s attack power through the roof, no enemy is safe from the ensuing bloody onslaught!

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. Rapid Boots

  • +80 Movement Speed (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Side Effect) – Decreases the Movement Speed of the hero by 40 points whenever damage is dealt or received. This speed reduction lasts for 5 seconds.

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. 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.

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.

Death Eater

It’s a given fact that Hanzo is one of the squishiest heroes in Mobile Legends. But, depending on configuration of the build he uses, Hanzo can increase his longevity even for just a bit. This is where the Death Eater Item Build comes in!

Even though the Death Eater Item Build isn’t actually a build that provides overwhelming defense and survivability, it offers enough lifesteal and durability to offset a reasonable chunk of serious damage. The lifesteal effects of the Bloodlust Axe and the Endless Battle allows Hanzo to recover HP proportional to the damage he deals. This, in turn, increases his endurance, enough to emerge victorious in certain battles of attrition.

As for the presence of the Rose Gold Meteor in this build, it’s a useful item that does not only provides a significant amount of attack power, but also offers a shield that can save Hanzo in the direst of situations.

Overall, the Death Eater Item Build proves to be a well-balanced build that offers attack power, attack speed, lifesteal, and durability in almost equal proportions. If you want to stay on the offense while also defending with all you’ve got, then this build is for you!

1. Rapid Boots

  • +80 Movement Speed (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Side Effect) – Decreases the Movement Speed of the hero by 40 points whenever damage is dealt or received. This speed reduction lasts for 5 seconds.

2. Bloodlust Axe

  • +70 Physical Attack
  • +10% Cooldown Reduction
  • +20% Spell Vampirism (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. Endless Battle

  • +65 Physical Attack
  • +25 Mana Regeneration
  • +250 HP
  • +10% Cooldown Reduction
  • +5% Movement Speed
  • +15% Physical Lifesteal
  • Unique Passive (Divine Justice) – Deals extra true damage equal to 85% of Physical Attack with the next basic attack after using a skill. This effect has a cooldown of 1.5 seconds.
  • Unique Passive (Chase Fate) – Increases the hero’s Movement Speed by 10% whenever Divine Justice is triggered.

5. Rose Gold Meteor

  • +60 Physical Attack
  • +30 Magical Defense
  • +5% Physical Lifesteal
  • Unique Passive (Lifeline) – Grants a shield that can absorb 510-1350 damage (increases with level) for 3 seconds when the hero’s HP drops below 30%. This effect has a cooldown of 40 seconds.

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.

Undying Devil Item Build

Amongst all the builds listed here, the Undying Devil Item Build is the tankiest, the sturdiest, and the most supportive build available for Hanzo.

The Undying Devil Item Build turns Hanzo into a defensive and protective shadow. This doesn’t mean that he becomes less terrifying though! In fact, Hanzo is still quite dangerous with this build. His basic attacks may suffer decreased potency, but his skills receive an upgrade.

The defense-reducing effect of the Blade of the Heptaseas strengthens Hanzo’s skills considerably. On the other hand, the Demon Hunter Sword and the Thunder Belt allows Hanzo’s after-skill basic attacks to gain effects that are beneficial for him and hazardous to the enemies. Each attack from this build recovers some HP for Hanzo and deals incapacitating blows to the enemies.

Ultimately, the Undying Devil Item Build is best used for support. It works really well during team clashes. Not only can Hanzo last really long on the battlefield with this build in tow, but he can also deal sustainable damage with his skills and slow-inducing effects with his basic attacks, allowing the rest of the team to easily annihilate the opposition and inch closer to victory.

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. Warrior Boots

  • +22 Physical Defense
  • +40 Movement Speed (Unique)
  • Unique Passive (Valor) – Raises Physical Defense by 5 points for 3 seconds every time a basic attack is received from the enemies. This effect can stack up to 5 times for a total increase of 25 points in Physical Defense.

3. Blade of Heptaseas

  • +75 Physical Attack
  • +300 HP
  • Unique Passive (Steamroll) – Reduces the defense of enemies by 25 points for 3 seconds when hitting them with damaging skills.

4. Thunder Belt

  • +800 HP
  • +30 Mana Regeneration
  • +10% Cooldown Reduction
  • +40 Physical Defense
  • Unique Passive (Thunderbolt) – Deals bonus attack damage equal to 2% of the hero’s total HP with the next basic attack after using a skill. This unique passive also slows down enemy targets and their surrounding allies for 1.5 seconds on hit. This effect can only trigger once every 1.5 seconds.

5. Brute Force Breastplate

  • +770 HP
  • +45 Physical Defense
  • Unique Passive (Brute Force) – Increases physical and magical defenses by 4% and movement speed by 3% for 4 seconds whenever you land an attack on an enemy. This effect can stack up to 5 times.

6. Sky Guardian Helmet

  • +1550 HP
  • +100 HP Regeneration
  • Unique Passive (Recovery) – Regenerates 1.5% of the hero’s total HP. This effect can be further improved by killing enemy heroes or making assists. Each kill raises the regenerative rate by 0.4% while each assist raises it by 0.2%. The regenerative rate can surge by as much as 3.5%. This effect wears off after 5 seconds of the hero taking damage.

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        Assassin 751 

        2 weeks ago

        Here is a very effective build I call this build the ultimate ninjutsu

        1. Demon hunter sword

        2. Swift boots

        3. Windtalker

        4. Divine Justice

        5. Haas Claws

        6. Blade of despair

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