New fighter hero Yin’s skills have just been revealed, and while having a dual form is becoming increasingly common in the Land of Dawn, it will be the first time a hero will be able to pull another hero into a separate dimension.
Yes, exactly like Domain Expansion.
His other dimensional form is called Lieh, and he’ll possess a different set of abilities during its duration.
Here are all of Yin’s skills in Mobile Legends
Passive – Leave It To Me
Yin deals extra damage when there are no allied heroes around. Leave It To Me gives him an edge in the laning phase and in his domain.
First skill – Charged Punch
Yin gains extra movement speed and enhances his next basic attack. When he hits an enemy with his enhanced basic attack, Yin will launch a second attack in a rectangular area in front of him.
This skill does physical damage to enemies hit, and will reduce Charged Punch’s cooldown.
Charged Punch is Yin’s main damage source. The extra movement speed is especially useful for him to kite or run towards enemies during battle.
Second skill – Instant Blast
There are two phases to this skill. Yin dashes forward, leaving his golden rings behind, and deals physical damage to enemies in his path. He also gains damage reduction if an enemy hero is hit by Instant Blast.
When the golden rings catch up with him, it will deal a second bout of physical damage and stun enemies it passes through. Instant Blast is therefore Yin’s main engage and crowd control skill.
That’s so Shang-Chi!
Lieh’s first skill – Frenzy Strike
Lieh smashes the area before him successively, inflicting physical damage and slowing enemies.
The speed at which he smashes increases in the first half of Frenzy Strike. During this period, Lieh’s smashes automatically lock onto nearby enemies.
In the second half of Frenzy Strike, his smashes will only attack in a fixed direction. Lieh can perform other skills in the second half of the duration to end it early.
Lieh’s second skill – Instant Blast
Lieh strikes a flying kick forward, leaving his gold rings behind and dealing physical damage along the way. Enemies hit will be knocked back slightly.
Similar to Yin’s original form, Instant Blast will stun enemies hit and grant him damage reduction.
The main difference is that Lieh’s Instant Blast deals higher damage, and has a longer stun duration.
Ultimate – My Turn
Yin pulls a single enemy hero into his domain, and turns into Lieh. In the domain, he will be immune to other heroes’ skills.
If he manages to kill the enemy, he’ll exit the domain with skill cooldown resets, and can continue to fight as Lieh for a short duration.
This ultimate ability allows him to isolate targets in team fights, and is a truly unique aspect of his character design.
Watch the full hero spotlight trailer here:
Follow ONE Esports on Facebook for more Mobile Legends: Bang Bang news, updates, guides, and more.