Crow fires a trio of poisoned daggers. as a Super move he leaps, firing daggers both on jump and on landing!
A quick fighter, Crow throws daggers that deal damage, and deal even more damage over time. Using his speed and long range, stay away from enemies and support your allies. As his ultimate, Crow jumps into the air, throwing daggers, and throws another set when he lands!
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Crow’s Basic Information
Role:DOT's (Damage Over Time)
Attack Range:8.33 Tiles
Super Range:8.33 Tiles
Daggers Per Attack/Super:3 Attack // 14 Super
Movement Speed:2.8 Tiles/s
Star Power: Extra Toxic
Crow's poison saps the strength of enemies, who deal 10% less damage while poisoned.
Crow throws a triple threat of daggers. Enemies nicked by the poisoned blades will take damage over time.
Crow takes to the skies, throwing a ring of poisoned daggers around him both on take-off and landing.
- Fast and very long range.
- Poison overtime, giving him an advantage in prolonged battles.
- Great at kiting.
- Has invincibility frame with his super, giving him time to escape or position himself for a field advantage.
- Lacks burst damage.
- Super doesn’t do much damage due to casting delay when he lands, allowing Brawlers to dodge easily.
Tips & Tactics
- Do chip damage and kite the enemies as much as possible, making them angry.
- Always keep the distance due to his low HP.
- Don’t hesitate to use his Super whenever you want to escape.
- Do not play aggressively too much while using him.
Crow Strategy 101
Crow is another cone-shot style brawler with a few interesting effects built in. Most notably, his attacks deal base damage, but then also deal more damage in the form of poison that stays with the enemy. Similar to Tara in his main attack and his assassin playstyle, Crow really excels in chip damage.
He doesn’t do huge burst damage like a Bull, but his slow steady damage really keeps an enemy team weak and vulnerable to being picked off by your teammates. When playing crow try to stay alive, while dealing as much consistent damage as possible, you will find once you become effective with Crow, that you can keep the entire enemy team at low health most of the time.
This is your priority, and how you are going to sway games in your team’s favor.
Playing this slow assassin style will charge your super quickly, as you will be damaging a lot of enemies. When your super is ready, you will be able to truly become the assassin, leaping in the air and landing with arrows flying in all directions, you will be able to close gaps and finish off fleeing enemies.
Try to focus key targets with these attacks, an enemy gem carrier, or the ball carrier are great targets to land on and kill.
Similar to El Primo’s elbow, getting the timing and prediction of enemy movement will take a little practice, but because of the arrows that shoot out, unlike Primo, even a miss will likely do the job for you. Just be careful you don’t get caught close up by a big brawler, Crow has low HP and is very squishy.
However, Crow is also very fast, and his range is long, so kiting is going to be the best way to deal with brawlers that want to get up close with you, just keep them at a distance and you will win or escape from most 1v1 fights.
Favorable Matchups for Crow
Difficult Matchups for Crow
Best Events/Game Modes for Crow
- Gem Grab
- Brawl Ball