CP Nightmare Kitty by amyc123

CP Nightmare Kitty

By: amyc123
Last Updated: Jan 13, 2017
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Koshka

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Ability Path

Bloodrush
Heroic Perk
Pouncy Fun
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Twirly Death
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Yummy Catnip Frenzy
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How To Use Koshka's Speed Top

In the 2.0+ Update, currently, Koshka's speed is unmatched. Any of her abilities activates her passive (Bloodrush). This is good for both chasing and running away. Halcyon Chargers are mostly for the extra health buff and the energy recharge, not necessarily for speed.

When chasing enemies, use your A ability (Pouncy Fun) to jump to them. This automatically gives you a speed boost. Use your B ability (Twirly Death) to deal extra crystal AOE damage and gain another speed boost. By that time, your basic attacks should poke enough to drive the enemy out, or kill them.

When running, use your second ability (Twirly Death) to deal damage and pick up your speed boost. It lasts for 2 seconds, so don't wait around!

Keeping her speed boost stacks can be difficult, as her abilities seem to be on cooldown every 2 seconds. Clockwork is a decent item (it can replace Broken Myth), but doesn't offer much crystal damage.

Pouncy Fun (A Ability) Top

Chasing and Ambushing

Pouncy Fun is a great ability, as it leaps to the enemy target and does a good amount of crystal damage. It works best in chases and ambushes.

For chases, if you're falling behind and your enemy uses their boots (and your ult is on cooldown), use Pouncy Fun to catch up. Aftershock will come into effect, making your next basic attack stronger.

Ambushes are easily led by Pouncy Fun, as Koshka can surprise her enemy from the bushes. Follow up with a stronger basic attack (Aftershock) and Twirly Death.

Twirly Death (B Ability) Top

Energized Attack

Twirly Death gives Koshka an energized attack and does AOE (area of effect) damage. This stacks up twice. With Aftershock, Koshka's next basic attack will do much more damage, which is why when farming, I don't suggest to kill the minions with Twirly Death.

Because the cooldown is so low, use this ability as much as possible (without draining too much energy)

Yummy Catnip Frenzy Top

Ult

Personally, I don't really like Koshka's ult. The cast time is too long and enemy heroes can easily target you because you're technically immobile for a few seconds when you're ulting. However, it's still very useful if you know how to use it. The best and main part of her ult is the stun. It works best on the last hero of the enemy team; when no one else is around to help them, you've got them cornered. I'm warning you, though, NEVER EVER use her ult when you're the last one alive on your team and the enemy is chasing you. Though it stuns, it still leaves you targetable, and you can't run away in the middle of your ult.

I like to use Koshka's ult on damage dealers like Glaive and Taka. They can't attack you while they're stunned, and you can land serious damage in that time. However, I don't suggest you use it when they're on max health; they can easily continue attacking you after the stun wears off, leaving you in a sticky situation.

Team Fights Top

Keep in mind Koshka is a hit-and-run assassin. She doesn't work well in the middle of a team fight. Jump in with your A ability, deal damage from Aftershock, and your speed boost can keep enough distance between you and your enemies to keep you safe. If your team is ahead in the fight, deal solid damage with your B ability (Twirly Death).

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