Waddup, humans? Kurumi here! And welcome to the Mobile Legends Boot Camp! In this video, we are going to talk about
the tank hero, Franco. Franco has a good set of mobility, regeneration,
area-of-effect, burst, and crowd-control skills. Our Frozen Warrior, Franco, is a tank hero. I consider Franco as a tank-support hero. With the ability to be granted with extra
movement speed, he can easily roam on other lanes for ganking. Not only that, his first skill can pull enemies
against their will, and be a feast for his teammates. Now, let me share some tips and tricks on
how to use Franco based on my experience. We will also teach you some combos and techniques
on the latter part of this boot camp. But before that, let me explain his skills
one by one for further understanding. Franco’s passive, Wasteland Force, boosts Franco’s movement speed and health regeneration. When Franco takes no damage for a short time,
he gains additional 10% movement speed. Along with that, he also gains health regeneration
of his 1% maximum health points per second. Franco’s first skill, Iron Hook, lets Franco launch an Iron Hook to a designated location. The hook launched by Franco will lock to the
first enemy hit. The enemy hit will receive a certain amount
of Physical Damage, and the enemy will be pulled towards Franco. Franco’s second skill, Fury Shock,
lets Franco lash out his anger around him. Upon using this skill Franco will strike the
ground, and deal Physical Damage based on this skill’s
level, and a percentage of his maximum health to
enemies around him. Enemies hit will have their movement speed
reduced. Franco’s ultimate skill, Bloody Hunt,
lets Franco hug an enemy really, really tight. Upon clicking this skill, Franco will suppress
an enemy target for almost 2 seconds. During his suppression on the enemy, he hacks
the enemy for 6 times continuously, dealing a certain amount of Physical Damage
for each hack. There are so many items that you can buy for
Franco. You can focus on items that grants Defense,
Movement Speed, Shield Absorption, and Health Regeneration. For me, I choose to buy items that boosts
my Health Regeneration and Shield Absorption, Movement Speed, and Damage Per Second. You can also consider the Battlecry build
if you are more into higher movement speed, which can let you roam around the map with
ease. Considering the Recall-No-More build will
let you survive without regenerating back to base. But let’s talk about the Kurumi Way further. If you prefer more into roaming, then you
can consider buying Shadow Mask first. This item grants Health Points and cool down
reduction. One of its unique attributes grants additional
movement speed. One of its unique active skill, Conceal,
lets you and allies near you enter Conceal state. This will also boost the affected units’ movement
speed. This lasts for a few seconds. Dealing or taking damage will end the state. This unique-active skill has a really long
cool down. Another unique passive of this item is Devotion. This grants you additional gold and experience
every 4 seconds. But the catch is, you won’t gain gold or experience
when killing minions, or monsters if a teammate is near you. This lets your teammates take all the gold
and experience, serving your role as a support-roaming hero. Another unique passive of this item is Thriving. This lets you gain extra experience and gold
with every assists you make. When you are ranked 5th on the gold rank of
your team, the gold granted by Deter is modified and
you will now receive 20 gold every 4 seconds. Same goes with the experience granted by Deter
every 4 seconds, you will be granted 35 experience per 4 seconds, when you are the 5th rank in the experience or level department. This is a really good item specially Franco
is mostly a ganking tank. For your kicks, you can consider Magic Shoes. This item gives you Cool Down reduction and
Movement Speed. This cool down reduction is pretty helpful
to reduce your skills’ cool down time. You can consider buying Oracle. This grants Health Points, Magical Defense,
and Cool Down Reduction. Its unique passive raises shield absorption
and HP regeneration effects by 25%. This can significantly boost your Shield generation
and HP Regeneration. You might want to consider Athena’s Shield. This item grants additional Health Points,
Magic Defense, and HP Regeneration. Its unique passive grants a shield to your
hero every 30 seconds. The shield absorption amount grows as the
match goes on. You might also want to consider Thunder Belt. This item grant you Health Points, Mana Regeneration,
Cool Down Reduction, and Physical Defense. Its unique passive buffs your next basic attack
after using a skill. This buff will deal True Damage to the target
equal to a percentage of your Max Health. The enemy target and the surrounding enemies
will receive this damage, and will have their movement speed reduced. This unique passive has a short cool down. Lastly, you can consider Immortality. This grants you Physical Defense and Health
Points. Its unique passive lets you resurrect after
2 seconds upon death. This resurrects you and give you 15% health
points, and a shield that lasts for a few seconds. This item has a really long cool down. The item build for Franco really depends on
the enemy’s line up. So make sure to read each item’s description
so you can adapt in-game. One of the best spells to be used on Franco
is Flicker. You can use it to escape danger, even death. You can use also Flicker in combo with your
first skill to pull the target further. We will tackle on that later. You can also consider Sprint. This can really help you run from danger,
or chase enemies. In my opinion, the best emblem set to be used
is the Custom Support Emblem set. Custom Support Emblem could provide extra
stats according to your needs as a Tank-Support. Set Agility to its Max level because it can
give you additional Movement Speed. Higher Movement Speed means higher chance
to chase enemies or escape death. Setting Recovery to max level will provide
you Hybrid Regen. Hybrid Regen means regeneration for your Health
and Mana. Get Focusing Mark to increase the damage dealt
of your allies to your target, after dealing damage to that enemy. This effect has a short cool down. Set first skill to max level first. Prioritizing this makes the cool down of this
skill lower and the damage higher. That means, you can cast this skill again
as soon as possible for more pulling action. Prioritize second skill less since your first
skill is what you need to pull enemies. Always upgrade his ultimate skill when available
for upgrading. Franco’s passive skill is really helpful for
you as a roaming tank. With the health regeneration when Franco has
not receive any damage within a short period, this can help you sustain in your lane, even without having the need to recall back to base to regenerate. The movement speed boost is also a good thing
if you are into roaming. This effect is somehow similar and a great
alternative for Rapid Boots. Franco’s first skill is what makes Franco
one of the greatest tank-support heroes. With the ability to pull enemies into your
loving arms, the enemy will just wish he was never born. Pulling enemies towards you can turn the tides
of the battle to your team’s favor. Just imagine pulling one enemy and your team
focus their fire to that single entity. It will be an easy-peasy kill, making the
match 4 versus 5 in an instant. Just make sure to aim this skill properly,
because you really don’t want to pull ghosts, do you? What we can suggest is to shoot your skill
ahead of the enemy. You should always gamble or try analyzing
the target’s next steps. Then shoot your first skill towards the location
where you think the enemy will be going to. You can also use this skill to annoy enemies
that are killing jungle monsters. Here, we can see Fanny peacefully trying to
kill a jungle monster. We can either try stealing the jungle monster, or just annoy her and reset the health of the jungle monster, just like this. We will further discuss some experiments we
have done for his first skill later. Franco’s second skill is what you need to
slow down enemies. With the ability to reduce their movement
speed, this will further help your team to have more
time on focusing your fire to the target. Given that the damage is also dependent on
your max health points, it is advisable to buy items that grants health
points. Franco’s ultimate skill is what you need to
love your enemies. With the ability to hold the target in place
within your range, enemies will surely just wish you get over
it quickly. Just make sure to hold enemies when your teammates
are near. You don’t want to hold enemies without your
teammates focusing their fire on the target, because that would make it appear that you
just want to hug the enemy lovingly. So here we are now going to tackle our experiments
on Franco’s first and ultimate skill. Well, here we are again with our one and only
favorite lab rat, Rackatan, to demonstrate with us Franco’s first and
ultimate skill capabilities. First, let’s test Franco’s first and ultimate
skill against enemies with Purify. As you may know, Purify removes crowd-control
effects, and makes them immune to crowd-control for
a short period. So, let’s see if what will happen if Rackatan
will use Purify after our first skill connects. As you can see, little Racky has fast hands. He was able to use Purify right after our
first skill landed on him. He really doesn’t want to be hugged so tight. So, we can say that Purify can counter Franco’s
hook. Now, we will test our ultimate skill against
Purify. Let’s now hug little Racky with our ultimate. As you can see, he used Purify before we used
our ultimate skill. Still, our ultimate skill hugged him tight. He really loves to be hugged. Anyway, we are done testing Purify. Let’s move on with some heroes that could
potentially counter Franco, or not. First, we have Diggie. As we all know,
Diggie’s ultimate skill can make his allies immune to crowd-control within the area. So let’s first try our hook. As you can see, he was able to counter our
first skill. That’s really expected. Now how about our ultimate skill? As you can see, he was not able to move even
if he casted his ultimate skill. Let’s try if he casts it ahead of our ultimate
skill. The same still happened. Let’s move to the next hero. We now have Little Racky as Valir. Valir’s ultimate can let him out of crowd-control
effects. So let’s test his ultimate against our first
skill. As you can see, when he used his ultimate
halfway our pull, he was able to remove the crowd-control effect. Now let’s check out with our ultimate skill. As you can see, he still can’t get out of
our ultimate. Now with this experiment,
we can say that Franco can penetrate some anti-crowd-control ultimates out there. So, we can definitely conclude that Franco
is really a tight hugger. So much love. Flicker is one of the favorite spells most
users use for Franco. With Flicker, you can extend the distance
the enemy is pulled. Take a look on this scenario, we are going
to pull little Racky. As you can see, when our first skill locked
on to Valir, we used Flicker towards our back. This made the pulling distance longer. You can use this technique on situations that
requires you to pull enemies near your turret. Just make sure to use Flicker when you are
sure that the enemy was locked on. You don’t want to waste flicker pulling ghosts,
right? In terms of his combo, we follow a really
simple combo for Franco. There is really lots of combos that you can
use with Franco depending on the situation. We will just show you one of our favorite
combos. First, do an ocular of the location of the
enemy. Then, pause for a while and pray, or you can
skip this step. Then, release your first skill towards the
target. Then, when the hook is locked to the target,
use Flicker to blink towards your back. This will further pull the target away from
his loving teammates. With this, we are sure that the target’s teammates
will hesitate to save him, making them abandon their teammate. Then, use your formidable ultimate skill to
hug enemies. Because his teammates doesn’t love him enough
to save him, you can just give him a tight loving hug in
return. Then, use your second skill and deal basic
attacks after your ultimate skill’s duration. Additional Tip:
Flameshot can also be used against Franco’s deadly combo. But this depends if the enemy Franco has faster
hands. If he connects the first and ultimate skill, then you have no choice but to wish you were never born. But if your flameshot connects first, then you can push Franco away because you don’t even want to be hugged in the first
place. You are probably not a hugger. The tips I mentioned are just some of the
ways you can use Franco. This video just guides you on how to use Franco,
the Kurumi way. We would like to thank our Wakandian brada,
Rackatan, for being our lab rat for this boot camp. You can search for him in-game and tell him
how much you appreciate him, willing to sacrifice his pride and honor just
to be a test subject. He loves receiving chocolate Agates and some
Angela dolls, or just even likes. So, once again. This is Kurumi and that’s how you use Franco. Thanks for watching! Do not forget to like and share this video. Also subscribe to our channel for more contents
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  1. Franco is a very fun hero to play and the hook flicker tower or hook ulti near mates combo is one of the most satisfying things in matches

  2. 0_0 Franco for me is hard for perfect gear
    Your gear is very good !
    But not is Franco my favourite hero is Harith king hero !❤️

  3. nc video man.. also been trying making videos about tankers.. you can also visit my videos for additional tank guides 😊😊😊

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