Hayabusa Guide

Best Build Items, Emblems and More for Hayabusa in Mobile Legends

Crimson Shadow

Hayabusa: Crimson Shadow


Mobile Legends’ Crimson Shadow Hayabusa is a mobile assassin capable of bursting down priority targets. Hayabusa is best played in the Jungle role.

Check out recommended items, emblems, spells as well as tips and tricks below and see how strong Hayabusa is in the Season 15 tier list.

Recommended Hayabusa Builds

Raptor Machete
+30 Physical Attack
+15% Physical PEN
+50% Damage to Monsters
Unique Passive – ‘Breakout’: Every 10 seconds, the next basic attack will deal a minimum extra 50 points of True Damage (increasing with level) and slow enemies by 30% for one second. Using basic attacks reduces the cooldown.
Unique Passive – ‘Greed’: Gain 25% extra EXP when jungling. After killing creeps, restore 4% HP and 10% Mana.
Unique Passive – ‘Gorge’: Killing creeps increases Physical Attack by 4. Stacks 15 times.
Unique Passive: Makes Retribution Battle Spell applicable to enemy heroes, reducing their movement speed by 70% and dealing a small amount of True Damage over 3 seconds. Buying other advanced jungling equipment disables this effect.
Swift Boots
+15% Attack Speed
+40 Movement Speed
Endless Battle
+65 Physical Attack
+25 Mana Regen
+250 HP
+10% Cooldown Reduction
+5% Movement Speed
+15% Physical Lifesteal
Unique Passive – ‘Divine Justice’: After using a skill, the next basic attack will deal an extra 70% of Physical Attack as True Damage. 1.5s cooldown.
Unique Passive – ‘Chase Fate’: When Divine Justice is triggered, it increases the hero’s movement speed by 10%.
Blade of Despair
+170 Physical Attack
+5% Movement Speed
Unique Passive – ‘Despair’: Attacking enemy units with less than 50% health increases the hero’s Physical Attack by 25% for 2 seconds. Takes effect before damage is dealt.
Blade of the Heptaseas
+65 Physical Attack
+250 HP
+15 Physical PEN
Unique Passive – ‘Ambush’: The next basic attack will deal extra physical damage equal to 180+100% of Physical Attack stat if no damage has been taken or dealt within 5 seconds.
Bloodlust Axe
+70 Physical Attack
+10% Cooldown Reduction
+20% Spell Vamp

Assassin Emblem: Mastery, Invasion, Bounty Hunter

Champion Stats

Ninjutsu: Shadow Heal

Hayabusa’s ninjutsu damage inflicts one Shadow Stack. Each stack increases Hayabusa’s ninjutsu damage by 5%.

Phantom Shuriken

Hayabusa throws three shurikens that will travel back to him after flying a certain distance. Each shuriken deals Physical Damage to enemies, slows them and recovers 10 energy. 

Damage and regenerative effects of this skill decay over time. Every level of this skill will grant 3% extra Spell Vamp.

Quad Shadow

Hayabusa moves to the designated direction and leaves a phantom behind him. If he hits an enemy on his path, he will stop immediately and release 3 phantoms in different directions.

Phantoms that hit enemies seep into them, dealing damage and slowing them over 2 seconds.

Use Again: Hayabusa can move to a phantom’s location. If the phantom has seeped into an enemy, Hayabusa deals extra damage to them. Every time Hayabusa moves using Quad Shadow, the cooldown for Shuriken is reduced.

Ougi: Shadow Kill

Hayabusa turns into a shadow and dashes around the battlefield, dealing multiple hits of single-target attacks to enemies in the area. 

Movement Speed: 260Physical Attack: 117
Magic Power: 0Physical Defense: 17
Magic Defense: 10HP: 2629
Mana: 0Attack Speed: 0.854
HP Regen: 37Mana Regen: 0
Basic Crit Chance: 0Skill Crit Chance: 0

Tips & Tricks

As an assassin, Hayabusa should prowl the jungle, farming camps and looking for opportunities to ambush lanes and help his allies kill enemies.

Capable of putting out damage, assassins like Hayabusa are fairly squishy, making it important to find isolated enemies and pick them off, especially early.

By the time teamfighting begins, Hayabusa will be well equipped to use his shadows to nimbly avoid damage and target multiple enemies with burst damage from Quad Shadow and Shadow Kill.


Hayabusa’s core items are his completed jungle item with Blade of Despair and Endless Battle. 

Take Swift Boots when confident in your ability to swiftly eliminate enemies. Warrior Boots are a nice and safe option for added defensive measures.


Knowing when to use Hayabusa’s skills and optimizing his damage output is what separates a good Hayabusa from a great one.

Keep his passive Shadow Stacks in mind and try to use Quad Shadow effectively when fighting teams that are grouped up. Quad Shadow and Hayabusa’s ultimate, Shadow Kill, give him powerful burst damage against many targets if they’re together, but make sure your team is around to back you up! Bait out enemy crowd control and ultimates before engaging to ensure your survival.


Hayabusa benefits most from the Assassin emblem page, with upgrades in Mastery and Invasion giving him added cooldown reduction and physical penetration. The Bounty Hunter talent grants extra gold for kills, helping him acquire his expensive damage items more quickly and snowball faster.

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