Alucard is the renowned demon hunter of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. His short story accounts that he was an orphan who later became the Moniyan’s Arbiter of Light. He was mentored by Tigreal and he highly respected him but this all changed after discovering a secret.
During a demon-hunting operation, his arm was wounded by a magical blade. The wound won’t heal and is spreading a dark mutation in his arm. This dark energy gave him some special abilities. This incident led Alucard to get help from a blacksmith who can make him a gauntlet that will prevent the spread of the strange transformation in his arm. This blacksmith happened to be a soldier who had a mission with his father long ago. He was the only survivor in that mission because of the help of Alucard’s father so he told him the truth about his death.
The blacksmith revealed that Tigreal’s greed for glory put their regiment in a bad situation that caused his father to sacrifice himself to save his fellow soldiers. This made Alucard confront Tigreal and betray the Monastery of Light. He later became a wandering lone wolf who continues to kill demons.
Alucard is a Fighter/Assassin that is feared for his chasing skills and vampiric lifesteal ability. In fact, he is one of the best chasers in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. On top of that, he is capable of facing multiple enemies because all of his active skills have AoE (Area of Effect).
The current Global Top 1 Alucard player Yukey Muyyet, will be the main reference of this guide. This will cover his best Alucard build. We will post his choice of emblem, spell and items to have a better idea of how his selection helped him earn the top spot for this hero.
|HP Regen||7.8||Mana Regen||0|
|Physical ATK||123||Magic Power||0|
|Physical DEF||21||Magic DEF||15|
|Attack SPD||1.12||Movement SPD||260|
|Attack SPD Ratio||100%|
When Alucard is just facing one enemy, his skill damage will be equivalent to 1.5. Using a Basic Attack after each skill will give him 1.2 damage and will let him leap to his target. Alucard’s skills are capable of Physical Lifesteal but for only 50%.
This lets Alucard dash to a target location then deal 250 + 110% Extra Physical Attack Damage to the enemies within that area then reduce their speed by 40% for 2 seconds. Take note that this triggers Spell Vamp instead of Physical Lifesteal.
This is an Area of Effect attack where Alucard whirls his sword to one or more enemies to deal 300 + 120% Extra Physical Damage. It doesn’t activate Physical Lifesteal but Spell Vamp instead.
Alucard activates 40% Physical Lifesteal while slowing down the targets for 40% for 4 seconds. Within 8 seconds of the activation, Alucard can unleash the fission wave in a selected direction which deals 400 + 200% Extra Physical Damage. This wave can activate Spell Vamp.
Best Alucard Build
Alucard Emblem Set
Custom Assassin Emblem set
Bravery – Physical Attack +12.00
Invasion – Physical Penetration +6.00
Killing Spree – Slaying an enemy hero restores 12% Max HP and increases Movement Speed by 15% for 5s.
This is a given if you’ll be the core player. Jungling fast in order to get your strong items immediately will make you a very dependable teammate as you roam and gank. You’ll also get the advantage of killing/stealing the turtle and securing the buffs. This will work well with your assassin emblem. The final form you should choose for it is Bloody retribution because it adds True Damage and life absorption to the hero.
As a hero who tends to jump into multiple enemies, this temporary protection is perfect to keep you alive until your lifesteal and spell vamp activates. If you have a teammate with a low hp nearby, a large percentage of the shielding effect will be given to that ally.
This is another good option to secure your kill when facing an enemy one-on-one. If the enemy you’re facing thinks that there’s enough life for him/her to escape, activating this skill will be an instant upset. This spell gives huge damage based on the amount of lost life the enemy has on top of the default damage rises based on the hero’s level. Its cooldown is reduced if the kill is successful.
Skill Upgrade Priority
First Priority – Second Skill: Whirling Smash
Main Priority – Ultimate Skill: Fission Wave
Least Priority – First Skill: Groundsplitter
When I first used Alucard, I was hitting his skills in sequence like crazy then wonder why I kept losing so easily. I realized later that you need to use the Basic Attack every time you execute each skill to optimize your damage.
First Skill + Basic Attack + Second Skill + Basic Attack + Ultimate Skill + Ultimate Skill
First Skill + Basic Attack + Ultimate Skill + Basic Attack + Second Skill+ Ultimate Skill
Ultimate Skill + First Skill + Basic Attack + Second Skill + Basic Attack + Ultimate Skill
Second Skill + Basic Attack + Ultimate Skill + Basic Attack + Ultimate Skill + Basic Attack + First Skill + Basic Attack + Second Skill + Basic Attack
Second Skill + Basic Attack + First Skill + Basic Attack + Ultimate Skill + Basic Attack + Ultimate Skill + Basic Attack + Second Skill + Basic Attack
Take note that the last combo works well when you’re hiding inside the bush and is best used on blinker heroes. This combo reserves First Skill in case the enemy blinks to escape. If you use First Skill upfront, it will delay your chasing ability when the enemy blinks and run. This will give your opponent a better chance to escape. What I like about this combo is that it lets you use Second Skill again at the end of the combo because its cooldown is already over by that time.
Poke. Attack using the 1st and Second Skill then run away until your cooldown is over then attack again the same way. If you’re inside the bush, start with Skills 2 and 3 then if the enemy actually has several reinforcements, you can escape using First Skill. But if the enemy is alone then start to blink, and use your First Skill to chase it. Take note that your First Skill also lets you jump through walls.
Spam your skills. Keep on using your First Skill to move faster around the map. Alucard is one of those users who doesn’t need mana. Don’t be afraid to keep using all of your skills because you won’t run out of mana. This is the reason why your build has several cooldown items.
Core player role. As an assassin and core player, keep roaming and assisting your teammates. Make sure that your team always gets the turtle, crab and Lord. Never miss getting all of the buffs as you roam. Kill the Lithowanderer even if your life is full to avoid the enemies from getting it and to make you more durable when fighting.
Gank. Always check the minimap for ambush opportunities. If your teammate is hiding in the bush in anticipation of an enemy, put yourself in a position where you can quickly respond to assist. If your successful ambush is near the enemy’s base, take the chance to steal their buffs.
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