Riki the Stealth Assassin is a melee agility hero that uses stealth in order to surprise enemies and quickly kill them. His trademark ability, Cloak and Dagger, lets him sneak up on his enemies from behind and deal massive backstab damage, and then quickly escape. This enables him to close in on the enemy and drop his devastating Smoke Screen, which cripples fighters and spellcasters alike. Blink Strike allows Riki to chase with impunity, while Tricks of the Trade makes quick work of his enemies during teamfights.
- The bonus damage is independent from Riki's attack damage and is instantly dealt to the target.
- Always teleports Riki behind the target.
- When targeting an enemy, Riki receives the
- This buff makes his next attack apply an ensured backstab hit with , regardless of angle.
- This means when the target manages to turn around before Riki's attack hits, it still applies the backstab.
- The buff lasts for 1 attack, or for up to 1 second, whichever happens first.
- The buff is used up upon starting an attack, not upon landing it, so canceling or missing the attack wastes it.
- The 1 second duration allows Riki to use the ensured backstab against other units than the Blink Strike target if quick enough.
- Riki is ordered to attack the target if it is an enemy.
- Can be cast on allies without damaging them.
- Não pode ser usado em entregadores.
- Riki does not automatically attack enemies while invisible.
- When respawning or reincarnating, Riki starts off invisible and does not need to go through the fade delay.
- Casting spells or using items does not break the invisibility.
- When the talent is chosen, attacks do not break the invisibility either, so that only True Sight can reveal him.
- The ability icon shows a cooldown whenever the invisibility is broken. However, this has only informative purposes.
- Backstab damage is applied when attacking and denying allies.
- A unit's back is considered to be within 105 degrees from the back.
- The bonus damage is dealt in one instance together with the attack damage, and counts as attack damage as well.
- The sound effect plays at the start of the attack, but the damage is applied on hit.
- Tricks of the Trade disjoints projectiles upon cast.
- Certain items which do not cancel channeling spells (e.g. Lâmina das Sombras or Proteção de Shiva) do cancel Tricks of the Trade.
- Riki is invulnerable and hidden during Tricks of the Trade, turning him to an invalid target for every spell.
- Riki is phased during Tricks of the Trade, so that other units can pass through.
- Causes Riki to perform instant attacks on a random enemy unit within range on each interval, starting immediately on cast.
- The instant attacks can proc any attack modifier or any on-hit effect like regular attacks.
- If Riki is blinded, the attacks can miss, unless he has True Strike. They can also miss to evasion.
- The instant attacks completely ignore disarms, so Riki still attacks normally during Tricks of the Trade.
- The instant attacks do not break 's invisibility, although it visually goes on cooldown.
- The instant attacks always trigger a backstab from Cloak and Dagger, based on its current level.
- On each instant attack, Riki's facing angle is changed to match the target's direction, which causes the backstab to apply.
- This means once Tricks of the Trade ends, Riki's facing angle is not the same as it was upon cast, but matches the last target's angle.
- The visual effects indicating Tricks of the Trade's attack radius are visible to both allies and enemies.
- The radius is always centered on Riki and follows him even when he gets moved (e.g.
- However, the radius indicating visual effects on the ground do not follow Riki, and stay at the cast location.
- When upgraded with Cetro de Aghanim, Riki can target an allied hero with Tricks of the Trade.
- Riki and all of the spell's effects then follow the allied hero. He still remains hidden.
- Does not end when the target dies. The ability continues at its corpse's location. It is still bound to the ally, so when it resurrects, it follows it still.
- Cannot target creep-heroes. Can target illusions.
- Increases attack damage by an average of 10%.
- The proc chances of multiple crit sources stack.
- If two sources of critical strike proc at the same time, the higher multiplier has priority.
- Critical Strike uses pseudo-random distribution.
|Talentos do herói|
|não é revelado ao atacar||25||+400 à área de efeito para|
|+900 de alcance de uso para||20||+0,20 para o multiplicador de Agilidade do|
|-7s de intervalo entre usos para||15||+20% de chance de causar 1,5x de dano crítico|
|+8 de Agilidade||10||+5 de regeneração de vida|
|Funções:||Carregador Escapista Desativador|
|Estilo de jogo:||The soldiers came for his father, and his brothers, but not for Riki. For once, it was good to be the neglected middle child. Leaving his past life behind, Riki escaped the royal grounds using his own methods of Cloak and Dagger. Stealthy and fond of killing from behind, Riki throws down a dense Smoke Screen, blinding and choking foes as he takes them by surprise with Blink Strike. Intruders who enter his turf are greeted with twin daggers, flashes of steel that slash simultaneously at every turned back, while the master himself remains unseen. How this feat is accomplished remains a mystery, for Riki is not one to divulge the Tricks of the Trade.|
- In DotA, Riki was named "Rikimaru", a reference to one of the main characters in the Tenchu video game series.
- Riki's fun/alternate name was Riki Martin, which is a pun on Ricky Martin, a famous Latino pop singer.
- Riki's line upon dying, Reproduzir "Good assassins never die… they just fade away.'", is a reference to a quote by General Douglas MacArthur, "Old soldiers never die; they just fade away."
- Riki's line Reproduzir "There are none so stabbed as those who will not see." is a reference to a proverb: "There are none so blind as those who will not see."
- Riki's line Reproduzir "I speak softly, but carry a sharp knife." is a reference to the West African Proverb "Speak softly and carry a big stick.", popularized by U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt.