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Natan, the Spacetime Walker, has two unique features. This time-traveling hero are his boomerang basic attack, and ultimate Entropy?, which shares a resemblance to Claude’s Battle Mirror Image skill, but functionally operates quite differently.

He’s also very good looking, according to this writer, who included him in her list of the five most handsome Mobile Legends heroes.

Learn more about this white-haired marksman hero in this Mobile Legends beginner’s guide.

Natan’s skills in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang

Ultimate – Entropy?

Natan summons a Reverse-Clone that lasts at a targetr location that lasts 10 seconds, inherits 35% of his attack attributes, and copies his moves and attacks in reverse.

Use Again: Natan switches place with the Reverse-Clone.

Each cast reduces other skills’ remaining cooldowns by 50%. The Reverse-Clone will disappear if Natan is too far away, while the cooldown of this skill will be reduced by the remaining duration.

  • Think of Reverse-Clone as the Reverse Flash of the DC superhero universe.
  • Even though Entropy? summons a marksman clone that’s mechanically similar to Claude’s Battle Mirror Image, the difference is that Entropy? does everything in reverse, and is not locked in a fixed position like Dexter.
  • If you cast Entropy? near you, as you move down a lane towards enemies for a kill, your Reverse-Clone will move backwards, and gets further and further away from Natan. Once you’re out of range, it disappears, and your damage drops significantly.
  • The most ideal situation would be to position Entropy? on the other side of enemies, with the fight taking place right in between Natan and his Reverse-Clone. This won’t happen all the time however, and it also puts the vulnerable marksman at high risk.
  • Entropy’s second function allows Natan to dash toward the Reverse-Clone, which is super helpful if you want to dodge skill shots, or reposition in a fight.
  • The Reverse-Clone gives vision, so you can place Entropy? in bushes to check for incoming enemies.
MLBB Natan using his ultimate Reverse-Clone
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Passive – Theory Of Everything

Natan gains a stack of Entanglement each time he or his Reverse-Clone hits an enemy with a skill. Each stack lasts five seconds and grants Attack Speed and Movement Speed.

Natan Basic Attack projectiles will return to him after reaching the maximum range, dealing extra Magic Damage to enemies along the way.

Natan’s knowledge of magic and technology allows him to convert 100% of his Physical Lifesteal to Magic Lifesteal.

  • Read Theory of Everything carefully, for Natan only receives bonus attack speed and movement speed if he his an enemy hero, monster, or minions with his skills. This doesn’t count for basic attacks.
  • At maximum six stacks, Natan would have accumulated 90% attack speed, and 45% bonus movement speed.
  • Also note that Theory Of Everything converts 100% of Physical Lifesteal and Penetration into Magic Lifesteal and Penetration, so you’ll still want to build him as a physical damage dealer, but with the advantage of dishing out a mix of physical and magic damage, while lifestealing from casting skills.
  • As this is his core skill, max out Theory of Everything first.

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First skill – Superposition

Natan shoots a dense mass of energy in the target direction, dealing Magic Damage to enemies in its path.

  • It’s possible to hit the maximum six passive stacks of “Theory Of Everything” by recasting Natan’s first skill, Superposition, which is his bread and butter. But to get there, you’re limited by the cooldown of Superposition, which is between four to seven seconds depending on level.
  • On average, most team fights will not last that long for “Theory of Everything” to max out, so focus on dishing out as much damage as possible by weaving your auto attacks in between Superposition.
  • A linear skill, use Superposition to clear waves effectively.
  • And since it is a linear AoE skill, try to hit as many enemies as possible with it during team fights.

Second skill – Interference!

Natan launches a gravitational attractor in the target direction dealing Magic Damage to enemies in its path and knocking them back.

The attractor detonates upon reaching maximum range, dealing Magic Damage to nearby enemies and knocking them back.

MLBB marksman hero Natan easy combo
Screenshot by Amanda Tan/ONE Esports
  • An immobile marksman hero who doesn’t possess any skill to dash away from enemies, Interference! is your only lifesaver.
  • Interference! knocks enemies back, and has two main functions. One, for escape, and two, for crowd controlling enemy heroes whom you’re chasing after.
  • Even though Interference! pushes them away from you, the movement speed from your passive “Theory Of Everything” helps you catch up to knocked back enemies to finish them off.

A comprehensive guide on how to play Natan in Mobile Legends

Battle Spell recommendation

Marksman Natan does not possess any skill that allows him to dash away from enemy heroes, so Flicker is a must.

Even if you manage to cast Interference! successfully, enemy heroes with multiple dashes (and there are many in Mobile Legends), like Paquito and Benedetta can still catch up. This is why Flicker is most valuable for this immobile marksman.

Emblem sets for Natan

You have two options when it comes to Emblem sets. Going down the conventional marksman route, you can opt for these stats:

  • Fatal
  • Doom
  • Weakness Finder

Fatal and Doom both increase your critical attack chance which is great for a heavy basic attack hero like Natan.

You don’t need additional Physical Attack from Bravery, and neither do you need Attack Speed from Swift since his passive “Theory of Everything” naturally boosts that stat.

If you’re feeling frisky, Assassin emblem helps Natan snowball in the early game.

  • Agility
  • Invasion
  • Killing Spree

In the early levels when cooldown of skills is high, stacking his Theory of Everything passive is much slower.

Agility’s additional two movement speed per level and Killing Spree’s additional 20% movement speed for five seconds will help you maneuverer and reposition better as you scale up for late game.

Recommended Natan item build

Mobile Legends marksman hero Natan best build
Screenshot by Amanda Tan/ONE Esports

The recommended full item marksman build allows him to dish out damage while still being durable. Core equipment include:

  • Feather of Heaven
  • Golden Staff
  • Genius Wand
  • Holy Crystal
  • Blood Wings

Glowing Wand can replace Genius Wand, for they both grant extra movement speed. The difference is that Glowing Wand gives you more HP, and is good against health stacking tanks since it does burn damage.

Natan Combos

Rated as a high-difficulty marksman, there are no fixed combos for Natan. Instead, you should aim to weave his basic attacks in between skills.

Casting his second skill, Interference! before Superposition guarantees that his first skill hits.

Everything else depends on the marksman player. For a start, up your first skill then head to the Gold Lane during the laning phase. Besides positioning, the next most important thing is knowing how to position his Reverse-Clone when Entropy? is cast, which takes experience and time to master.

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