With the introduction of the revamped emblems in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, it’s understandable that some players may find it challenging to navigate the new system.

This is the most significant change the emblem system has undergone since the game’s inception.

However, there’s good news. Moonton has stated that the new system has actually been simplified, and customizing talents based on your playstyle is now easier than ever.

In this emblem system guide, we will explore each talent within every tier and provide guidance on determining the most suitable choice for each hero.

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Emblem system guide: All the changes and improvements

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The revamped emblem system introduces six distinct categories for each role, along with the inclusion of a common emblem that combines the previous physical and magic emblems. Each category is tailored to its respective role and offers fixed specific stats.

Within each emblem, players have the opportunity to select one talent from a total of 24, with eight talents available in each tier. Tier 1 talents grant attribute bonuses, while Tier 2 talents are triggered abilities that activate in specific circumstances.

You can only pick one talent in each tier.

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Lastly, Tier 3 talents represent core skills, offering exclusive and potent passive effects.

Here are all the talents and their effects.

Tier 1 talents

ThrillCommonGain 16 adaptive attack.
SwiftCommonGain 10% attack speed.
VitalityTankGain 225 extra max HP.
RuptureAssassinGain 5 adaptive penetration.
InspireMageGain 5% extra cooldown reduction.
FirmnessFighterGain 6 extra physical and magic defense.
AgilitySupportGain 5% movement speed.
FatalMarskmanGain 5% extra crit chance and 10% extra crit damage.

Tier 2 talents

Life DrainCommonGetting a kill or assist on an enemy minion restores 3% HP and 1.5% mana.
Seasoned HunterCommonDamage against Lord and Turtle is increased by 15%. This bonus is halved against regular creeps and doesn’t affect the damage of Retribution.
TenacityTankWhen HP is below 50%, physical and magic damage defense are increased by 18.
Master AssassinAssassinIf there is only one enemy hero nearby, damage dealt to them is increased by 4%.
Bargain HunterMageEquipment can be purchased at 95% of their base price.
Festival of BloodFighterGain 6% spell vamp. Each hero kill or assist grants an additional 0.5% spell vamp, up to six stacks.
Pull Yourself TogetherSupportCooldown of battle spells and equipment’s active skills are reduced by 15%.
Weapons MasterMarskmanPhysical attack and magic power gained from equipment, emblem, talents, and skills are increased by 5%

Tier 3 talents

Impure RageCommonDealing damage with skills deal an extra adaptive damage (scales with level) and restores 2% mana on hit. If the hero does not use mana, restores 1% HP instead.
Quantum ChargeCommonDealing damage with basic attacks increase movement speed by 40% for 1.5 seconds and restores 75-180 HP (scales with level).
Concussive BlastTankAfter the next basic attack, deal magic damage to nearby enemies.
Killing SpreeAssassinAfter killing an enemy hero, instantly recover 8% max HP and gain 15% movement speed for three seconds.
Lethal IgnitionMageDealing damage to an enemy hero increases allied heroes’ damage to them by 6% for three seconds.
Brave SmiteFighterDealing skill damage to an enemy restores 5% max HP.
Focusing MarkSupportDealing damage to an enemy hero increases allid heroes’ damage to them by 6% for three seconds.
Weakness FinderMarskmanBasic attacks have a 20% chance to reduce the enemy hero’s movement speed by 90% and attack speed by 50% for 0.5 seconds.

What emblem set and talents are suited for me?

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang new Battle Setup feature
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Previously, talents were limited to specific roles, but the new emblem system offers players more flexibility.

Now, players have the option to choose talents from outside their selected emblem set.

For instance, a marksman hero with the marksman emblem set can opt for the mage talent Bargain Hunter if desired. However, it is still advisable to select talents that align with your chosen hero’s role.

If you find it challenging to decide on the appropriate talents, you can utilize the Battle Setup feature during the preparation stage.

This feature provides a collection of emblem sets and talent combinations curated by professional players and content creators.

Additionally, you can also access the Battle Setup feature during the pick and ban stage.

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