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Anhur Guides

  • Anhur

    Assassin Ranged

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Vincent King of the Jungle 0% September 22, 2012
Level 1 Per Level Level 20 Level 1 Per Level Level 20
Health 460 78 1942 Attacks per second 0.85 0.01 1.04
Mana 220 35 885 Magical Power 0 0 0
Movement Speed 350 0 350 Physical Power 40 3 97
Range 55 0 55 Magical Protection 30 1 49
HP5 8 0.69 21.11 Physical Protection 11 3 68
MP5 5 0.32 11.08




Anhur's spear attacks reduce the enemy target's physical power by 20% for 3 seconds.
Shifting Sands

Shifting Sands

Skill Key 1

Mana 60/65/70/75/80 Cooldown 14
Anhur erects an obelisk from the ground, blocking player movement for 7 seconds. The surrounding sands slow enemies by 20/25/30/35/40% and increase damage of Anhur's basic attacks by 4/8/12/16/20%.


Skill Key 2

Mana 70/75/80/85/90 Cooldown 12
Anhur hurls his spear with great might. If the spear hits a god, they take 90/155/220/285/350 (+80% Physical Power) physical damage and are knocked back. Gods hitting a wall are stunned for 2 seconds. The spear passes through minions, doing damage to them as well.


Skill Key 3

Mana 60/65/70/75/80 Cooldown 13
Anhur leaps to his ground target location, doing 50/90/130/170/210 (+50% Physical Power) physical damage and knocking back all enemies in the radius.
Desert Fury

Desert Fury

Skill Key 4

Mana 80/90/100/110/120 Cooldown 90
Summoning the fury of the desert, Anhur hunkers down and throws 8 empowered spears that pass through everything, doing 75/98/115/135/155 (+15% Physical Power) physical damage to all enemies in their path. He is immune to knockback for the duration.

Anhur, the lion-headed Egyptian God of war, slays his enemies with spear and guile. Weapons equally as sharp!

As a son of Ra, Anhur, and his sister Bastet, rode in the golden barge their father sailed across the sky each day. They protected the ship at dawn and dusk from the world serpent, Apep, who lurked at the horizon. Courageous, formidable, and above all, intelligent, Anhur defended the vessel with his spear and wits, outsmarting and distracting the serpent until feral Bastet delivered a killing blow. With Apep gone, Ra became Pharaoh, Bastet, the Goddess of Cats and Women, and Anhur donned the mantle of the God of War. This is how he became known as the Slayer of Enemies.

As time went on, another feline Goddess, Menhet, ran away from the Pantheon, spurning Ra. Anhur vowed to bring her back from the distant lands of Nubia to appease his father, but when he finally caught up with Menhet, he was enraptured and fell in love. He tied a rope to her neck and led her home, where he requested Menhet become his wife, a boon Ra happily granted.

For Egyptians, warfare is more than bloody battle, it's a means to break the chains of tyranny. Anhur can be found at the head of any charge, crushing corruption and leading the people to freedom. While his spear is deadly, Anhur is cunning and clever, able to outmaneuver opponents in ways they least expect.