Pharsa of the Crow people is one of the most prominent mages in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. Her race originated in the Askati Forest which was led by the Crow King Osana. They are feared for their powerful magic that allows them to fly and cast spells over a long distance. However, this magic can only be used by those whose blood is awakened.
As a noble princess, Pharsa was expected to possess a power that was beyond the ordinary because of her unknown blood type. During her wedding, an unexpected attack from the army of Alice led to huge damage and the death of many in the Crow Kingdom.
At the height of the battle, Pharsa’s vision darkened and her body started to transform after her blood was awakened. She ascended to the sky pouring out an immense power that is horrific enough to drive Alice away.
The love of her life, Verri, couldn’t bear the sight of her life of blindness and loneliness so he decided to use magic that would link himself to her. He will be her companion for the rest of her life and serve as her eyes. Because the evil Alice has taken everything from her, Pharsa can’t help but prepare a plan to get vengeance.
Pharsa may be from the Crow race but she can transform into a scarecrow with her frightening ultimate skill that covers a wide area. Like crows flying away from the cornfield, her enemies will start scattering in random directions to escape her anger pouring out from the sky. She’s also one of the most elusive heroes to catch because of her bird transformation ability that allows her to fly away fast and even cross through walls.
This guide will be based on the effective techniques of the Global Top 1 Pharsa, VIPERS. We’ll discuss what are the best build, emblem and spell that worked perfectly on the gameplay that helped her earn the top spot for this hero. Great job VIPERS!
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Verri shifts his mode into a Hunting State every 10 seconds. During this mode, Pharsa’s next attack deals 150 + 100% Total Magic Damage and reduces the enemy’s movement speed by 60% for 1 second. This can activate Spell Vamp and Magic Lifesteal.
Pharsa can strike this spell in a selected location to deal 300 + 120 Total Magic Damage then leave a mark on the enemies for 4 seconds.
When Pharsa attacks the marked enemies, it will stun them for 1 second. This can also trigger Spell Vamp and Magic Lifesteal.
This skill lets Pharsa strike a magic force in a straight direction that deals 425 + 145% Total Magic Damage to the enemies. This can activate Spell Vamp and Magic Lifesteal.
Pharsa transforms into a mist surrounding Verri in order to fly and accelerate her Movement Speed by 80% for 5 seconds. This state can be canceled by either clicking the skill again, doing a basic attack or using any skill. Pharsa can’t be blocked during this state.
Pharsa ascends in mid-air and then launches airstrikes on her enemies within a certain range. This will last for 8 seconds for 4 rounds.
Each attack deals 570 + 160% Total Magic Damage to her enemies. This can trigger Spell Vamp and Magic Lifesteal.
Best Pharsa Build
Pharsa Emblem Set
Custom Mage Emblem set
Agility – Movement Speed +6.00
Observation – Magic Penetration +6.00
Magic Worship – Dealing damage greater than 7% of an enemy hero’s Max HP 3 time(s)
within 5 seconds inflicts 3 times of burn on them, each time dealing 82-250 Magic Damage. This effect has a 12-second cooldown.
The trick with Flicker and Pharsa is that you can use it while she is casting her ultimate. If your enemies somehow managed to escape your Ultimate Skill’s range, you can use this to put them back and hit them. Let’s not forget that Flicker can also help you escape from your enemies.
This is the most used spell for mages because it’s not just about Magic Attack but a great defense mechanism as well. Its knockback feature can help you push away an enemy in case it got too close. This will help Pharsa get the chance to run or fly away to escape. Take note that the power of this spell increases as your Magic Damage levels up.
If you want Pharsa to be the most punctual teammate, this spell is another good option. Imagine Pharsa flying to the bottom of the map to assist a teammate then suddenly appearing on the opposite corner of the map to join a clash. Considering the short cooldown of her skills, this would make Pharsa a very annoying enemy who will always pop up out of nowhere whenever a battle erupts.
Skill Upgrade Priority
First Priority – First Skill: Curse of Crow
Main Priority – Ultimate Skill: Feathered Air Strike
Least Priority – Second Skill: Energy Impact
Passive + First Skill + Basic Attack
This is your first combo at the start of the game. The passive which only takes 10 seconds, increases the damage of your basic attack. Stunning your enemy first will ensure that the powerful Basic Attack won’t miss.
First Skill + Second Skill + Ultimate Skill
Starting your combo with a stun is always the best way to make sure that your enemy gets hit with the rest of your attacks. You will most likely stick to this combo for the entire game for assists and clashes.
First Skill + Ultimate Skill
You might occasionally use this combo in instances where the enemy managed to move beyond the range of your Second Skill after casting the First Skill.
Escape artist. It was mentioned that Pharsa’s bird mode allows her to pass through walls. The other trick she has on her sleeve is that she can also fly outside the wall at the edge of the map. This is ideal when you’re in a situation where a group of enemies thought they’ve surrounded you. Simply transform into a bird, then fly beyond their reach.
Group stun. We discussed how the first skill plus the basic attack can stun an enemy but that will only affect one hero. If you want to stun multiple enemies who are too close together, cast the first skill to them then the second skill which has an Area of Effect. This combo will stun everyone hit by the splash damage.
Ultimate FYI. You should take note that Pharsa can still use her other skills while in ultimate mode. She can use Flicker as well. Be careful when selecting her other skills while on ultimate mode because you might end up making her move and cancel the ultimate.
Enemies to Avoid. Put a great distance between you and heroes like Zilong, Guinevere and Saber because they can definitely cancel your ultimate. Tigreal’s flicker and push will have the same effect.
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