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  • Welcome to the League of Legends Champion Spotlight,

  • featuring Jhin, the Virtuoso.

  • A twisted murderer behind a smiling mask,

  • Jhin isn't interested in simply killing his victims,

  • but obsesses over killing them perfectly.

  • He sees death as the single most important moment

  • in a person's life, and strives to make each spectacular.

  • In-game, Jhin takes up a marksman role, and terrorizes

  • his enemies with powerful pistol-based attacks

  • and some of the longest ranged abilities in the game.

  • Jhin's passive is named after his gun - Whisper

  • - and has two components.

  • First, Whisper can only chamber four bullets,

  • the last of which always crits and deals bonus damage

  • based on his target's missing health.

  • After he's fired his fourth bullet, or if a few seconds pass

  • without him firing at all, Jhin will take a moment

  • to reload.

  • Second, Whisper has a fixed attack speed,

  • and any attack speed and crit chance he gets

  • during a game converts into attack damage.

  • His crits deal less damage than usual but give him

  • a burst of movement speed based on his

  • would-be attack speed.

  • The TL;DR is that Jhin's going to attack a lot

  • slower but deal a lot more damage per shot,

  • while any crit and AS buys will help him kite or chase.

  • Next up is Jhin's Q: Dancing Grenade.

  • Jhin throws a cannister at an enemy, which deals

  • damage before bouncing to the next nearest baddie.

  • Dancing Grenade can strike up to four total targets,

  • and deals increased damage on successive bounces

  • whenever it lands a kill.

  • The damage amp stacks, meaning Dancing Grenade will

  • deal tons of damage on its fourth bounce

  • if the previous three all scored a kill.

  • Use Dancing Grenade to keep your damage flowing

  • while you're reloading, and to inflict damage on

  • your target whenever they're near low-health minions!

  • You'll also get easy minion gold, which is nice.

  • Now to Jhin's W. Deadly Flourish passively marks

  • enemy champions who've been struck by Jhin's basic

  • attacks, his E, or allied champion damage.

  • When activated, Jhin fires a shot in a target direction

  • that stops at the first enemy champion struck,

  • damaging them along with all minions and monsters

  • along the way.

  • If Jhin hits a marked target, Deadly Flourish will root

  • them and gift Jhin a burst of movement speed as well.

  • Use Deadly Flourish to help out your allies from

  • backstage. As mentioned in the Jhintroduction,

  • you have massive range - especially with your W -

  • and you can help your allies flee from danger

  • or stick to their targets.

  • Jhin's E, Captive Audience, plants a

  • lotus trap at a target location that turns invisible

  • and arms after a short delay.

  • Enemy champions who walk over these traps

  • trigger them, revealing nearby enemies,

  • and creating a sizeable slowing zone for a

  • couple of seconds.

  • That's basically the countdown timer to gtfo,

  • because when the slow zone collapses,

  • it deals damage to everyone still inside.

  • Jhin can store up to two traps at a time,

  • and once they're placed, they last a couple of minutes

  • before disarming.

  • Captive Audience also has a passive - Beauty in Death -

  • which causes enemy champions killed by Jhin

  • to instantly create the same slowing zone

  • and subsequent explosion as a triggered lotus trap.

  • Place your Captive Audience traps along typical

  • jungler paths to buy you a few seconds during enemy

  • gank attempts. Remember to keep an eye on your

  • map though - traps save lives,

  • but only with solid map awareness!

  • Finally, Jhin's ultimate is Curtain Call.

  • On first activation, Jhin takes aim in a broad target area.

  • He can then reactivate Curtain Call to fire up to four

  • shots. Each bullet reveals the area around them as they

  • travel, damaging minions and monsters in their path,

  • and stopping at the first enemy champion struck.

  • Each round slows the champion they hit

  • and deals increasing damage based on

  • the snipee's missing health.

  • In case you haven't picked up on it yet, four is

  • totally Jhin's favourite number, so the deadliest bullet

  • - which is Garenteed to crit - comes last.

  • Finally, if his targets all manage to duck hunt

  • their way out of Jhin's target area, he can cancel

  • Curtain Call early and refund a portion of its cooldown

  • based on the number of unspent bullets.

  • Curtain Call is clearly a super powerful execute move,

  • but sometimes you're better off using it

  • to slow distant enemies for your allies that are chasing

  • them down. Or you can just steal all their kills.

  • I mean, you're a marksman - you do need the gold

  • more than they do.

  • Jhin is nasty in lane when he teams up with a cc-heavy

  • support. To get the biggest bang out of your buck,

  • you'll want to chain Deadly Flourish so it roots

  • right before your lane pal's cc wears off.

  • Getting this right takes practice, but you can

  • ima-Jhin all the implications.

  • Jhin's only got four bullets in most encounters,

  • meaning you have to be super selective when choosing

  • your targets during fights. While his target selection

  • in this fight makes sense for any other marksman,

  • Jhin doesn't have enough bullets left to finish off

  • Kalista, leaving her alive with just a sliver of health.

  • Jhin can start fights from well outside counterattack

  • range, using Deadly Flourish and Curtain Call to whittle

  • down or kill off your enemies. Here, he sets up

  • to go foraging for kills from the opposite side

  • of the dragon pit, landing his fourth shot

  • on Jinx to speed into the fight. From here, Jhin

  • waltzes in, hitting whatever's convenient before

  • Flashing towards Jinx and killing her off with

  • that lethal fourth bullet.

  • If you're trying to run from an enemy, try laying

  • down a Captive Audience trap along your escape path,

  • then once your wannabe killer triggers it,

  • nail them with Deadly Flourish. You'll slow, root,

  • and hurt them, and probably enable your great escape.

  • Sometimes you're better off tagging beefy frontliners,

  • slowing them from reaching your team's squishies

  • like you. Other times you'll spot low health baddies

  • clustered with their team, giving you the opportunity

  • to pick up the target and deal AoE damage from

  • the subsequent beauty in death explosion.

  • Jhin has a ton of tools to help his team take down

  • stranded enemies, even when the Virtuoso himself

  • is miles away. Alistar tries going in, but ends

  • up pulverizing a whole lotta nothing after a pretty

  • Gnar-ly Flash. Now stranded, Jhin's allies start

  • hungering for beef, applying the passive from

  • Deadly Flourish and setting up a long-range root.

  • Repeated slows from Curtain Call then send Alistar to

  • the slaughterhouse, meaning Jhin tipped the cow's fate

  • while remaining farther than a screen away.

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Jhinチャンピオンのスポット情報 (Jhin Champion Spotlight)

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