Waddup, humans? Kurumi here! And welcome to the Mobile Legends Boot Camp! In this video, we are going to talk about
the fighter hero, Terizla. Terizla has a good set of area-of-effect,
damage, crowd-control, and buff skills. Our Executor, Terizla, is a fighter hero. I consider Terizla as a good crowd-control
and offensive fighter, since his ultimate skill can pull enemy heroes
in its area-of-effect. Not only that, his second skill can slow down
enemies on each hit. His passive skill grants him reduction on
damage received, that depends on his lost health points. Because of his passive,
you can either choose to buy either Physical or Tank items for him,
since he is a very durable fighter. Now, let me share some tips and tricks on
how to use Terizla based on my experience. I 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. Terizla’s passive, Body of Smith, grants Damage Reduction to Terizla which depends on the health points lost. Every 2% of Terizla’s HP lost will be converted
to 1% Damage Reduction. The maximum Damage Reduction to be granted
is 40%. Another thing is, Terizla’s Attack Speed can
not be increased. Each Attack Speed percentage he receives, will be converted to 1 point of Physical Attack instead. Terizla’s first skill, Revenge Strike,
lets Terizla crack the ground with his hammer, and hit enemies with its fissure along the
way. Enemies hit by the fissure will receive Physical
Damage, and the first enemy hit by the fissure will
have his movement speed reduced. At the same time, Terizla’s movement speed
will be boosted as well. This lasts for a few moments. The fissure that marked the first target hit
will explode after a while, and will deal another Physical Damage to the
enemy. A percentage of the lost health points of
the target will also be added as Physical Damage. Take note that the fissure’s movement speed reduction can also be applied to all enemy units, including minions and jungle monsters. Terizla’s second skill, Execution Strike, lets Terizla swing his hammer 3 times to specified directions, within a certain duration. Each click on this skill will make Terizla
swing his hammer on your specified direction. On each sing interval, you either use another
skill or deal basic attacks. Not only that, while on air, you can move the joystick to specify the direction where he will land. The first 2 swings from this skill will deal
the same amount of Physical Damage, and will hit enemies in a sector area in front
of him. The third, or last swing,
will deal a massive amount of Physical Damage to all nearby enemies on his spot of impact. By the way, each swing of this skill will
reduce the movement speed of enemies hit. With the ability to use skills or basic attacks
on each interval of its swing, you can formulate lots of skill combos, which
we will tackle on later. Terizla’s ultimate skill, Penalty Zone, lets Terizla jump to smash down a designated area. All enemies in the area will receive Physical
Damage, and will have their movement speed reduced. Upon impact, a scaffold is summoned and will
attach a hook to all enemy heroes hit. The hooked enemies will be pulled for several
times in the area-of-effect. Each pull will deal Physical Damage to the
enemies. Unfortunately, enemies can still blink out
of the area to unhook themselves from the scaffold. There are so many items that you can buy for
Terizla. You can focus on Physical and Magic Defense
items, items that gives you high health points,
or items that gives you Physical Attack. For me, I choose to buy some items that gives
Physical Attack, and also items that gives Physical and Magic
Defense items. We consider Terizla as somewhat a tank hero,
because of his Passive Skill. So, you can really choose to make him a hybrid
of Tank and a Fighter. As for starting item, you can consider buying
Warrior Boots or Tough Boots. You can choose Warrior Boots if enemies are
more of Physical Damage dealers. This item grants you additional Physical Defense
and movement speed. Its unique passive grants additional Physical
Defense as buff on each basic attack received. The Physical Defense received can stack, and
can reach to a maximum of 25 points. This lasts for a few moments. On the other hand, Tough Boots is an option when the enemies are more of Magic Damage dealers. This item grants additional Magic Defense
and movement speed. Its unique passive reduces time controlled
by crowd-control skills. Buying attack items such as Bloodlust Axe,
can boost your damage efficiently. This item grants Physical Attack and Cool
Down reduction. Its unique passive grants 20% spell vamp. Spell vamp regenerates health points from
damage dealt by skills. You might want to consider Brute Force Breastplate. This item grants Health Points and Physical
Defense. Its unique passive grants additional movement
speed, physical defense, and magic defense for every skill cast or
basic attack dealt. This effect can stack up to 5 times, and it
lasts for a few seconds. You might also want to consider Queen’s Wings. This item grants Physical Damage, Health points,
and cool down reduction. Its unique passive reduces damage taken by
50%, when your health is less than 40%, and also increases your Physical Lifesteal by 30%. This lasts for 5 seconds. This effect has a 50 second cool down. 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. Lastly, you might want to consider Antique
Cuirass. This grants you health points, physical defense,
and health points regeneration. Its unique passive reduces the Physical, and Magic Attack of the enemies attacking you by 6%. The effect lasts for 2 seconds, and the effect
stacks up to 3 times. The item build for Terizla 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 Terizla
is Aegis. This grants shield to your hero that can absorb
a certain amount of damage. Fifty percent of the shield amount is also
granted, to the nearest ally with the lowest health. This can help your team mate survive team
fights, specially roles like marksman and mage. 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 Fighter Emblem set. Custom Fighter Emblem could provide extra
stats according to your needs as a fighter. Set Bravery to its Max level because it can
give you extra Physical Damage. Higher Physical Damage means higher damage
for your attacks. Setting Invasion to max level will provide
you Physical Penetration. Higher Physical Penetration means higher damage
on your basic attacks and skills. Get Festival of Blood to be granted 8% of
Spell Vamp. Killing an enemy hero grants an extra 1% Spell
Vamp. Set second skill to max level first. Prioritizing this makes the base damage higher,
and the massive damage also higher. That means, you can easily deal explosive
amount of damage for harassing enemies in the early game. Prioritize first skill less since his second
skill is what you need for harassing enemies, and dealing explosive damage. Always upgrade his ultimate skill when available
for upgrading. Terizla’s Passive skill is something you should
always utilize. With his ability to gain more Damage Reduction
when heavily injured, you can opt to fight even until your last
breath. With also the power of the Queen’s Wings,
your durability is off the charts! Just remember not to buy Attack Speed items, as his passive doesn’t allow his Attack Speed to be increased. Unless, you are going to buy Physical Damage
for him, then you can consider buying items with Attack
Speed as well. Take a look on this scenario. Just take a look on how durable Terizla is. Fantastic, isn’t it? Terizla’s First skill aids you on chasing
enemies. With the ability to slow down enemies and
boost your movement speed, this will really instil fear to the enemy, by watching his hero being slowly beaten by your brute strength. Not only that, with this skill’s long range, you can kill dying enemies that tries to escape your wrath. Terizla’s Second skill is what makes Terizla
really scary. Each swing of his hammer will slow down enemies
hit, and deal damage to enemies. With the option to move your joystick while
Terizla is crazily swinging his hammer, this gives you the advantage of still dealing
damage even when running away to safety, and turn the tides of the game to your advantage. The 3rd swing is what deals the Massive Damage. Being hit by this skill will surely shatter
your skull apart. Just take a look on how massive the damage
is of the third swing. With the swings of your this skill, you can
really clear up minion lanes in no time, even in low level! Magnificent, isn’t it? Terizla’s Ultimate skill is what you need
in team fights. With the ability to pull enemies to the summoned
scaffold, you can easily control enemies and be an easy
target for your allies. Well, unfortunately, enemies can blink away
from this skill’s area-of-effect, and avoid the pulling, since this skill only
pulls enemies when they are in the area-of-effect. Take a look on Saber. He has his second skill which is a dash skill. So, he could just easily dash away from the
area-of-effect. But even so, this is still a good ultimate
skill since it can control enemies. In terms of combo, there are lots of combos
to be formulated with Terizla. So first, let’s focus on my combo when chasing
an enemy. First, I use my first skill to slow down enemies. This will slow down the enemy, and buff you
with additional movement speed. Then, I use my ultimate skill to hold down
enemies from escaping. Then, I use my second skill so they can fully
feel the wrath of explosive damage. Now, let’s focus on a combo that deals with
team fight. First, I use my ultimate to hold down the
enemies in place as much as possible. Then, I use my second skill. Take note that you can use your first skill
in between your second skill. Then, use your first skill in case you haven’t
used it yet. With your second skill’s Massive damage, the skull of the enemies will be shattered, for sure. Additional Tip:
Always report toxic enemies. We don’t want any of their toxicity. So please, please, please. Don’t be toxic. Let’s keep this game a toxic-free place. The tips I mentioned are just some of the
ways you can use Terizla. This video just guides you on how to use Terizla,
the Kurumi way. So, once again. This is Kurumi and that’s how you use Terizla. Thanks for watching! Do not forget to like and share this video. Also subscribe to our channel for more contents
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