Zhask: Planes Dominator
Mobile Legends’ Zhask is a push focused mage that commands powerful turrets, his Nightmaric Spawn, to damage enemies from range, poking them down and seizing objectives.
Check out recommended items, emblems, spells as well as tips and tricks below and see how strong Zhask is in the Season 15 tier list.
Recommended Zhask Builds
+30 Mana Regen
+40 Movement Speed Unique Passive – ‘Mysticism’: Kills or assists of enemy heroes restores 10% of mana. Killing minions regenerates 4% of mana.
Feather of Heaven
+65 Magic Power
+30% Attack Speed
+5% Movement Speed
Unique Passive – ‘Affliction’: Basic Attacks deal 40% of the hero’s Magic Attack as extra magic damage.
+70 Magic Power
+15% Cooldown Reduction
Unique Passive – ‘Timestream’: After getting a kill or assist, reduces ultimate cooldown by 30%.
+60 Magic Power
+25 Physical Defense
Active – ‘Frozen’:Freeze upon using, becoming immune to all damage and debuffs but being unable to do anything. Lasts 2 seconds. 100 second cooldown.
+100 Magic Power
Unique Passive – ‘Mystery’: Increases Magic Attack by 21%-35% scaling with level.
+65 Magic Power
+40% Magic Penetration
Unique Passive – ‘Spellbreaker’: When above 70% health, Magic Penetration granted by this item increased 30%.
Upon death, Zhask commands his Nightmaric Spawn to self-explode with him, dealing 500(+100% Total Magic Power) of True Damage to nearby enemies.
Zhask summons Nightmaric Spawn to a designated location. Nightmaric Spawn cannot move but will automatically attack nearby enemies.
Every 2 Basic Attacks launch a Death Ray at a target, slowing those who are continuously hit for a short time.
Nightmaric Spawn enjoy 70% of Zhask’s attributes. If Zhask is too far away from his Nightmaric Spawn, it will disappear.
Zhask fires penetrating mental missiles in the designated direction, dealing Magic Damage to enemies along the path. Nightmaric Spawn will then cast Mind Eater once. If both casts hit the same target, the target is stunned for 0.5 seconds.
Fusion Enhanced: The damage of Zhask and Nightmaric Spawn is fused together, dealing extra Magic Damage.
Zhask releases a sawm of Nightmaric Clones in the targeted direction. Clones explode and deal Magic Damage to enemies on contact, reducing their movement speed by 80% for one second.
If Nightmaric Clones find no target, they burrow into the ground and ambush enemies who pass by.
Fusion Enhanced: Zhask releases several swarms of Nightmaric Clones.
Zhask substantially enhances the power of Nightmaric Spawn, increasing all their attributes and combining with them. Enhancement increases as skill level goes up.
Use Again: Zhask immediately gets off Nightmaric Spawn and loses enhancement.
|Movement Speed: 240||Physical Attack: 107|
|Magic Power: 0||Physical Defense: 15|
|Magic Defense: 10||HP: 2401|
|Mana: 490||Attack Speed: 0.8|
|HP Regen: 34||Mana Regen: 20|
|Basic Crit Chance: 0||Skill Crit Chance: 0|
Tips & Tricks
Zhask has insane power at pushing objectives and forcing enemies away from them with his Nightmaric Spawn. However, he’s a highly immobile mage, making him a prime target for assassins and other higher mobility characters that can catch him out and leave him with no escape.
During the early game, Zhask needs to play safely to avoid giving the enemy jungler free kills. His Nightmaric Spawn offer him some protection against ganks, but try not to push up too far — it will be hard to get away if caught out.
When team fights start to erupt, Zhask can help his team push for objectives, using his Nightmaric Spawn to create hazards on the battlefield that the enemy must deal with or flee the area. Their auto-aiming nature and added threat of crowd control makes enemies think twice before entering their zone of fire.
Zhask’s Nightmaric Spawn gain enhanced attacks with Zhask’s Basic Attacks, which makes building Feather of Heaven early a smart choice to get the most out of his kit.
Demon Shoes help with early mana regeneration problems.
Defensive Items like Winter Truncheon can make Zhask a bit safer, especially in games that have multiple assassins.
For final items, Holy Crystal and Divine Glaive give Zhask and his Nightmaric Spawn boosted power, helping them to stay relevant in the later parts of the game.
Zhask has the ability to setup Nightmaric Spawn around the battlefield. Use this wisely; moving too far from them causes them to disappear. You’ll need to have the turrets close enough to the action that you can still be safely positioned, but not so far away that you cannot at least use other poke skills or Basic Attacks for enhanced damage and crowd control.
When playing more drawn out duels like in the early laning phase, try to plan your Nightmaric Spawn and Mind Eater together wisely to get off a brief stun on enemies. This becomes slightly easier in chaotic team fights.
Hive Clones offer a powerful slow, perfect for aiding the team’s more mobile heroes in pursuit of a fleeing target. It can also be used to cripple enemies even more who get caught in the zone of Nightmaric Spawn, making them take even more damage from the auto-aiming turrets.
Zhask’s ultimate ability, Dominator’s Descent, allows him to combine with his Nightmaric Spawn and escape the battle, buying him some time when being pursued by an enemy who could otherwise easily kill him. It can also be used in team fights to boost damage output, pushing your team to victory in what might otherwise be a close battle.
Zhasks benefits most from the Mage emblem page, with upgrades in Flow and Observation giving him added magic power and penetration. The Mystery Shop talent allows him to buy items for cheaper, perfect for helping Zhask gain more power more quickly.