Hey what’s up, armies! Mr. Frog here back with another hero spotlight. And the hero on our spotlight today is an Adorable Ninja that manipulates both Yin and Yang using her Umbrella, Kagura.
If you’re a fan of the game, you’re likely aware of the fact that Moonton is super active when it comes to hero optimization. Recently, one of the heroes in Mobile Legends, Kagura, became a highly picked hero in the mage category, especially in the mid to high ELO. This article is all about the best build and combos for her. You can see all of the changes that the new patch made on our ML tier list of best heroes!
Kagura belongs to the Onmyouji family who has mastered the art of Yin Yang. With perfect combos using her Seimei umbrella, you can easily burst down the enemy. If you can perfectly time her combos, then she is pretty much an Assassin. With huge burst damage, Kagura can also escape sticky situations. You see, she has two blinks and dashes that are activated when she throws her umbrella while the other is available right after she has used her first ultimate.
Kagura is mainly played as an offlaner or mid laner. Although if your team lacks a jungler, she can take up that role as well. If you plan to go to the side lanes, pick Execute and if playing as jungler, then Retribution. Executing perfect combos with Kagura is the most difficult part of playing her. As her skillsets are a bit tricky to understand and master, you can head to the practice mode to try out these combos before heading to a real match.
Tanks are generally the best hero partner for Kagura. We would suggest you use deadly CC tanks such as Tigreal, Atlas, Gatotkaca and Johnson. It all depends on the playstyle of the player to deal more damage. In ML, Kagura is often played aggressively from the start to the end of the game.
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