Hey what’s up, armies! Mr. Frog here back with another Mobile Legend hero spotlight. And today we’re going to feature one of the most reliable fighters in the season. Paquito.
Paquito is a strong Fighter type hero. He has a lot of Crowd Control, Blink, Buff, Burst, and Mobility. His survivability is greatly influenced by his first skill, which gives Paquito a shield. His second skill, a dash skill, allows him to avoid enemies’ abilities. Because of his high damage, Paquito is an extremely strong fighter in the early and middle stages. He does not possess a hit skill but is entirely dependent on his combos.
Paquito is a hero with four skills. This Paquito guide will show you how to use his skills in Mobile Legends.
Paquito’s passive skill is champ Stance. Paquito can stack champ stance up to four times. When reached his max, each skill will have enhanced effects. Paquito can stack champ stance by simply casting his skills or hitting enemy heroes by using his basic attack.Skill 1 is the heavy Left Punch. This skill has two phases, the one is normal and the other is enhanced. In the normal state, Paquito punches in a designated direction and if he successfully hits an enemy hero Paquito will gain 200/ 260 / 320 / 380 / 440 / 500 amount of shield while dealing 245 / 280 / 315 / 350 / 385 / 420 amount of physical damage. the 2nd skill is Jab. This is Paquito’s second skill and this also has two phases. This skill can be used as an escape tool too. In the normal phase, Paquito dashes forward while dealing 250/310/370/430/490/550 amount of physical damage. In the enhanced state, the dash remains the same but the Jab becomes more powerful which deals 400/496/592/688/784/880 amount of physical damage to the target. And ultimate is Knock out strike. In the normal state, Paquito releases an elbow strike to deal 250/300/350 amount of damage to all enemies then he pushes enemies towards the target location and again swings a haymaker while dealing 400/500/600 amount of physical damage and slowing them down for 1 second by 75%. Paquito returns backward after releasing his elbow strike.
Paquito’s skill in casting skills can be used to classify him as a moderately hard to play hero. He’s very strong in a 1v1 situation. We can divide it into three phases based on his gameplay. The perfect game plan for Mobile Legends Paquito includes the ideal game plan for the mid-, late, and early game. To get the most out of any hero, players must have a solid understanding of the map.
That’s it for our Mobile Legend Hero Spotlight. Would you rather use this hero in ranked games? Were there any important points we missed? Please leave a comment.
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