Terizla Best Build, Tips, Trick, Combo and Tutorial Mobile Legends (Guide) – Terizla (Executor) is a fighter hero who has the characteristics of slow attack & high damage, like a markman role. This hero is more or less the same as Granger or Lesley.
According to me, this hero is very OP especially in the early-mid game but tends to weaken in the late game. Terizla is not too complicated to use, the gameplay is quite simple and it has good offense and defense abilities. Terizla Best Build
Okay, Here is a complete tutorial on how to play Terizla starting with its strengths and weaknesses. Terizla Best Build
The advantages of Terizla:
- A versatile fighter. His passive skill will change 2% of lost HP into 1% damage reduction (can be up to 40% reduced), this makes Terizla have a defense that is quite strong as a front row fighter especially if we add a tanker build.
- Super high burst damage. The skill 2 and 3 very deadly, plus the skill 1 has a bonus damage of 10% of the enemy HP, so it is very good to use as a finishing (secure kill).
- Has slow effect skill. All of Terizla skills have the effect of slow movement speed, so it will be very annoying for enemies to fleeing and also useful to limit the opponent’s movements when the war.
- Easy to use. This hero includes easy to play and the skills are easy to use, the important thing is we can play safely when engaging (see the situation) and adjust the build to the situation / composition of the opposing team.
- Low mobility. The speed of movement of the hero is sluggish, it will be quite difficult when we want to do gank or escape, but this can be helped by choosing battle spells and builds that increase movement speed.
- No attack speed. Every 1% attack speed obtained from items / emblems will be converted to 1 physical attack, so Terizla does not have the speed of attack, at the end of the game (late game). Terizla are less effective at defeating enemies in late game, so we recommended to finish the game as soon as possible when using Terizla.
- Easy to avoid. Cause the movements and attacks are slow, it’s no wonder the enemy can easily dodge Terizla attacks, so it will be better if we do a surprise attack by hiding in the grass and immediately scoop up opponents with existing skills
Terizla item build tips:
- Terizla build should focus on CDR and physical damage as high as possible.
- The first line is a semi-tank build if we want to play more defensively, while the second line item is a full damage build where we attack as a full fighter and play more aggressively.
- Bloodlust Ax and Endless Battle are 2 core items that are important for Terizla and we should buy them as soon as possible (after shoes) because both provide cooldown reduction and lifesteal which are very useful for survival in combat.
- The build above is what I think is ideal, whatever type of build I think the two main items above (Bloodlust Ax and Endless Battle) are still important to buy first, but if you feel there are other items that are more suitable then try experimenting with your own way of playing.
The most suitable battle spell for Terizla is Sprint.
Use Sprint for extra mobility, to counter slow motion so this spell is highly recommended for Terizla, besides that we can move while attacking with skill 2, it will be easier to kill enemies who try to escape when we attack with skill 2 combo + Sprint.
For emblems, we can use Fighter or Assassin emblems.
I prefer to use a fighter emblem with a talent Festival of Blood that gives additional spell vamp so that we will be very difficult to kill like Alucard (except CC).
Terizla is very good / OP to fight the following heroes:
- All tank heroes
- All fighter heroes (early-mid game)
Terizla is quite weak against some of the following heroes:
- All marksman hero (late game)
Terizla combination skill:
We can give one shot burst damage by combining all three Terizla skills at once, but the chances of success are low because the enemy will not stand still and try to run when we launch the combo. Ideally, we first use the ultimate skill to effect Crowd Control (CC for a moment) then immediately launch skill 3 > skill 2 and end with skill 1 as the closing.
Skill 3 -> Skill 2 (3x) -> Skill 1
The sequence above is just a theory, we can use whichever is first in accordance with the conditions because, in reality, the game situation is often too absurd and random to follow existing theories, so keep playing flexibly and just follow the instincts that exist.
I prefer you ti use hide & strike strategy, diligently hide and attack from inside the grass, skill ulti Terizla has a pull effect which is great for scooping and silencing opponent’s movements, for example like the following:
Tips, tricks and guide for Terizla:
- At the beginning, do not attack too strikingly because the enemy will be very easy to anticipate our movements, try to always attack from behind or in the grass so that the enemy does not easily escape, use hide & strike tactics, hide and attack the enemy suddenly (start with skills ultimate).
- We recommend that you use skill 1 at the end after using skills 2 & 3, because the skill 1 gives bonus damage from the percentage of lost HP, so try to give the maximum damage and end with skill 1, but do not need to refer to this if the situation does not allow or we want to poke the enemy remotely.
- Ideally when attacking with skill 2 we aim the left analog according to the enemy’s movements, so just like when we play Kimmy, aim the body position in the direction where the enemy moves and skill 2 goes straight towards the target, unless the target moves very fast then we need to adjust the direction skill 2 to predict the position of your opponent.
- Finish the game as early as possible (quick end), remember Terizla’s performance is not very good in the late game, so suggest your friends / team to be more aggressive in attacking the tower and focus on pushing the lane together.