Migrove is quite rare character and players thinks that this hero is weak. But, with having a Tidal Wave + large magical attack + staff (+10% speed) + speed boots, it can become a nightmare for other characters. Migrove is definitely a hit-and-run character. He was the most promising student at Huffingman’s Wizardry Academy in Bellshoal, until his dangerous elemental experimentations forever robbed him of his human form, and the magistrates kicked him out of the school.
GameplayMigrove is a character that is capable of dealing high dps, and it can pull off many tricks of her own! She has insane slowing capabilities. It slowing the enemies down so that your teammates can kill them.
Tidal Wave - Migrove harnesses the elements, dealing damage, fires a powerful cone of water and reducing movement speed. This skill is the core skill that players will be using most often, it deals high damage and slows down enemies at the same time, and not to forget to mention, it is an AOE skill as it targets all enemies in front of you. When player have high magic attack and maxed out this skill, you can do creep farming on the lanes easily, as it is usually a one hit kill. The skill actually hits slightly further than the animation displayed, so don’t be afraid to use this skill at its maximum range. In 5v5 maps Tidal Wave lvl 4 can wipe out whole groups.
Bioluminescence - Migrove invokes a swarm of invisible jellyfish, which rush to nearby enemies, latching on and stinging without mercy. Summons up to one jellyfish.The skill description is misleading, as Migrove summons only one jellyfish at a time, can summon up to three, and there is a 10 seconds cooldown between each summon.
Note- Never waste a jellyfish on a creep! It is a waste of your precious MP. Always try and make sure the jellyfish hits enemy heroes.This skill has two methods of using, and it depends on the scenario.
Defensive - Whenever is possible, always plant jellyfishes at danger spots behind you (underbrush, teleporters). Players usually plant it behind them, so that when they escaping, they have a safe route to go on. That will slow down enemies and keep your escape path secure. But, make sure that even when you are running away, turn back and hit at enemy heroes occasionally.
Offensive - When hitting an enemy hero, click the Bioluminescence skill and the jellyfish will be planted below your enemy. One second later, the jellyfish will damage the hero. What is good about this is that the jellyfish deals decent damage, furthermore it slows down the enemy for 5 seconds. That give you plenty of time to finish him off before he can run out. Also, the jellyfish can be used to trap your enemy in the AOE of Elemental Lord’s Shock Field.
Soul Shock - Migrove harnesses a strong surge of electrical energy.
Passive skill that increases your Magic Attack by 60 at maximum level. Nothing else has to be said for this, great skill that I usually max first.
Shock Field - Elemental Lord fills an area on the battlefield with a sudden jolt of powerful electric energy.
This skill deals good DoT but smart enemies always try to run out of it fast. The trick to using this skill is to use this skill after an enemy has been bitten by a jelly fish! Plant jellyfish on the hero > Shockfield > Tidal Wave is the ideal move combination. This skill’s damage is reliant on Migrove’s Max MP, so you may consider stacking some +MP items if you feel that this skill is useful for you.
Add one to Tidal Wave, one to Bioluminescence, then proceed to max out Soul Shock, adding Shock Field whenever possible. Whether you want to max out Tidal Wave of Bioluminescence next is your own choice. Bioluminescence is only effective if you can plant the jellyfishes strategically.
- If player decide that they are going Jungling the moment the game starts, the first skill that they should add is Bioluminescence, not Tidal Wave.
- Once you are in the match, buy the 500 gold boots and the 500 gold staff that adds 18Magic attack.
- Rush off to the Blue Buff zone, and plant 3 jellyfish directly below where the blue boss will spawn! Once the blue boss spawn, the jelly fishes will deal 300+ damage to him so you should have no problem finishing him off with your auto attacks. By the time you are finished with the blue boss, you will be level 2, and now you can add Tidal Wave and proceed to wipe out the other groups of jungle creeps!
Enchanter’s Ring (2200 gold) – Highest Magic attack/cost ratio.
Fername’s Blade (3200 gold) – +Highest amount of MP, good MP regen.
Boneflame Wizard (4800 gold) +High amount of magic attack, good MP regen.
Valkyrian Robes (3600 gold) +High amount of MP, Magic Defence.