Faramis Guide

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

The Alchemist

Faramis: The Alchemist


Mobile Legends’ Faramis, The Alchemist, is a support mage that harvests the souls of the dead and resurrects his allies, allowing for his team to make powerful initiations and push objectives.

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

Recommended Faramis Builds

Shadow Mask
+700 HP
+10% Cooldown Reduction
+25 Mocement Speed
Active – ‘Conceal’: Use to conceal yourself and nearby teammates, increasing movement speed by 15% for 5 seconds. Dealing or taking damage ends the concealment. Available every 80 seconds. After receiving Conceal buff, teammates can’t receive Conceal or Encourage again in the next 80s.
Unique Passive – ‘Devotion’: Grants 2 gold and EXP every 4 seconds. During the first 12 minutes of the match, nothing will be gained from minions or creeps when teammates are around you without Roaming Equipment (or those with Roaming Equipment and higher EXP/Gold.) They will share the entire EXP and Gold.
Unique Passive – ‘Thriving’: Gains an extra 25% Gold and EXP with assists. If you have the lowest gold on your team, gold gained via ‘Devotion’ is increased to 20 per 4 seconds. If you have the lowest experience on your team, EXP gained via ‘Devotion’ is increased to 35 per 4 seconds.
Rapid Boots
+80 Movement Speed
Unique Passive – ‘Side Effect’: Dealing or taking damage slows hero’s movement speed by 40 points for five seconds.
Fleeting Time
+70 Magic Power
+15% Cooldown Reduction
Unique Passive – ‘Timestream’: After getting a kill or assist, reduces ultimate cooldown by 30%.
+850 HP
+42 Magic Defense
+10% Cooldown Reduction
Unique Passive – ‘Bless’: Increases shield absorption and HP regeneration effects by 30%.
Athena’s Shield
+900 HP
+62 Magic Defense
+20 HP Regen
Unique Passive – ‘Shield’: Grants a shield of 170-1150 HP every 30 seconds, increasing as the match goes on.
+800 HP
+40 Physical Defense
Unique Passive – ‘Ressurect’: Upon taking fatal damage, resurrect 2 seconds later with 15% health and a 300-1000 HP shield that lasts 3 seconds (scaling with level.) 180 second cooldown.

Support Emblem: Agility, Recovery, Focusing Mark

Champion Stats

Vicious Retrieval

When units die near Faramis, they leave their souls at the spot. Retrieving souls recovers HP for Faramis and shortens his resurrecting time by 5-7% (scaling with level) up to 90%.

Shadow Stampede – Max First

Faramis enters a Shadow State, increasing Movement Speed by 70% and gaining 50-100 points of Magic and Physical Defense.

Faramis leaves a Mark of Shadow on enemy heroes he comes into contact with, dealing Magic Damage. When he leaves the Shadow State, all marked enemy heroes are pulled to Faramis and take additional Magic Damage. Meanwhile, he restores HP.

Ghost Bursters – Max Second

Faramis extracts a burst of Evil Spirits in a fan-shaped area in front of him. The outburst deals Magic Damage then splits to deal extra Magic Damage. Ghost Bursters can split up to three times on enemy heroes and once on non-hero units.

Cult Altar – Max Whenever Possible

Faramis summons an altar lasting 10 seconds. Allied heroes eliminated within the altar will immediately resurrect, obtaining 80-100% HP and 100% Attack. Their resurrection lasts up to 10 seconds.

Movement Speed: 245Physical Attack: 118
Magic Power: 0Physical Defense: 20
Magic Defense: 10HP: 2543
Mana: 500Attack Speed: 0.784
HP Regen: 34Mana Regen: 19
Basic Crit Chance: 0Skill Crit Chance: 0

Tips & Tricks

Faramis is a powerful alchemist, capable of bringing his allies back from the dead and allowing them to continue to fight for a short time. His ability to zoom around the battlefield and pull enemies around with him can help his allies focus priority targets, and his ultimate ability can be a fail-safe that helps his allies push objectives — even in death.

As a support, Faramis needs his team with him and capitalizing on the plays he sets up. Coordinate and work with your team, letting them know your game plan and engaging together.

Game sense and awareness will be key to using Faramis’ resurrection properly. It can change close battles into victories for your team, even in death, when triggered at the right time.


As a support, Faramis needs his mask so that he can roam and help allies without falling behind in gold and experience. Shadow Mask is a good choice for games when you coordinate with allies to ambush and sneak up on enemies. Courage Mask is another solid choice, especially in tense team fights, when the stat boosts it provides can make messy fights much more easily cleaned up.

Rapid Boots enable Faramis to zip around the battlefield even faster, allowing him to target high priority enemies with his Stampede and get out, pulling them with him. 

Fleeting Time is a key item for Faramis, reducing his ultimate cooldown and allowing him to resurrect and keep his team fighting more often.

After that, you can build situationally for what your team needs. Defensive shield items like Oracle and Immortality work well for Faramis, allowing him to initiate fights with his Stampede and safely get out.


Shadow Stampede allows Faramis to make plays for his allies when used properly. Marking high priority enemies and escaping will allow Faramis to pull those enemies in with him, dragging them out of position and allowing his allies to more easily focus them. Try to keep in mind who you’re marking — up close and personal fighters like melee tanks will probably benefit from being pulled into your team. Don’t give the enemies the upper hand accidentally!

Ghost Bursters adds some AoE Damage to Faramis, allowing him to poke enemies and have the damage bounce around. 

Faramis’ ultimate ability, Cult Altar, allows him to resurrect his teammates for ten seconds. This can be absolutely devastating to enemy teams, especially when fights are drawn out and close. Encourage your team to fight around objectives, that way even if they die, they can push the objective towers in death. After their resurrection, they will still die, so there’s literally nothing to lose from dying around a tower. Resurrected allies can then continue to fight, cleaning up enemies and then pushing the objective with the remainder of their time spent resurrected.


Faramis benefits most from the Support emblem page, with upgrades in Agility and Recovery helping him move around more quickly and regenerating health and mana more steadily.

Focusing Mark is a perfect talent for Faramis. He can drag enemies into his allies, marking them and enabling allies to take them out even more quickly with the Focusing Mark damage boost.

Faramis Skins


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