Irithel Guide

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

Jungle Heart

Irithel: Jungle Heart


Roar into battle as Mobile Legends’ Cyan Irithel, a marksman, able to deal sustained damage at range for her team. Irithel needs to farm up gold to obtain items quickly so she can help her team.

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

Recommended Irithel Builds

Swift Boots
+15% Attack Speed
+40 Movement Speed
+40% Attack Speed
+20 Movement Speed
+10% Crit Chance
Unique Passive – ‘Typhoon’: Every 5 seconds, Basic Attacks hit 3 enemy units and deal 150 points of Magic Damage. Cooldown drops as Crit chance rises, and Damage rises with Attack Speed. Deals 100% more damage to Minions. Each time Typhoon is cast, one’s movement speed is increased by 5% for a short time.
Berserker’s Fury
+65 Physical Attack
+25% Crit Chance
+40% Crit Damage
Unique Passive – ‘Doom’: Critical hits increase the hero’s physical attack by 5% for 2 seconds.
Scarlet Phantom
+30 Physical Attack
+20% Attack Speed
+25% Crit Chance
Unique Passive – ‘Frenzy’: Critical hits increase the hero’s attack speed by 30% and crit chance by 5% for 2 seconds.
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.

Assassin Emblem: Bravery, Fatal, Bounty Hunter

Champion Stats

Jungle Heart

Irithel and Leo know each other so well that he allows her to shoot while moving. Each basic attack shoots 3 heavy arrows, and it takes a while to reload her Heavy Crossbow.

Each arrow deals 42% Points of Physical Damage. Only the first arrow triggers on-hit effects.

Strafe – Max First

Irithel shoots a round of arrows, dealing Physical Damage to enemies in the area and reducing their Physical Defense by 15-60 (scaling with ability level) for 3 seconds.

Force of the Queen – Max 2nd

Leo shouts loudly, dealing Physical Damage to enemies in the area and slowing them by 80% for 2 seconds.

Heavy Crossbow – Max When Possible

Irithel controls Leo to jump forward and equips a heavy crossbow, after which her Basic Attacks deal 80-180(+126% Total Physical Attack) Physical Damage to a target and nearby enemies for 15 seconds.

Movement Speed: 260Physical Attack: 118
Magic Power: 0Physical Defense: 17
Magic Defense: 10HP: 2540
Mana: 438Attack Speed: 0.826
HP Regen: 35Mana Regen: 15
Basic Crit Chance: 0Skill Crit Chance: 0

Tips & Tricks

Irithel and Leo are the definition of late-game monsters, gaining more and more power as the match goes on. The ability to move with Leo while Irithel attacks makes Irithel even more capable of dodging enemy attacks and pumping out damage in the process.

Although you may be riding an enormous beast into battle, it’s important to play safe as Irithel, especially early in the game. You need to farm consistently, acquiring gold to rush your items and gain an advantage over the enemy team.

In team fights, stay safely positioned to avoid damage, especially from assassins and mages. You are your team’s source of sustained damage, and to be able to do that, you need to be able to avoid burst damage and see the fights out to the end.


Irithel steadily becomes a monster as she acquires more items. Swift Boots are a nice starting item for her; as a marksman, she benefits from the boosted attack speed, and thanks to her passive she benefits more than other marksman from the movement speed bonus, allowing her to move even faster while still attacking.

Windtalker gives Irithel some nice stat boosts, while also allowing her to chain Basic Attacks to multiple enemies in team fights and adding some Magic Damage to her kit. As an added bonus, she also will gain a movement speed burst. Ride on!

Other items in the build work together to boost Irithel’s critical abilities and attack speed, boosting her physical attack, too. By the time she’s at full build with Blade of Despair, Irithel will be able to wipe the floor with enemies, gaining an extra 25% Physical Attack against low health targets.


As a marksman, Irithel should primarily be using her Basic Attacks from range, avoiding damage by riding Leo and attacking. 

She does have skills to enhance her ability to get off her Basic Attacks and pursue enemies.

Strafe is an amazing tool for piercing enemy armor with its AoE Physical Defense reduction. Be sure to get this off on as many enemies as possible, especially during critical fights. Upgrade this ability first to take advantage of the increased Defense Reduction, scaling from 15 at level one to 60 at Level 6.

Force of the Queen is a powerful AoE slow, enabling Irithel and Leo to make a speedy getaway when necessary or crippling enemies when engaging with the rest of her team. Use this skill wisely; not having it available could be the thing that stops you from getting out of the fight alive.

Irithel’s ultimate, Heavy Crossbow,  boosts her Basic Attack damage but slows her attack speed. Upgrade this when possible to really pump out extra bonus damage that chains to nearby enemies. Lasting for 15 seconds, this is perfect for drawn out fights, giving Irithel and her team the edge.


Despite being a Marksman, the Assassin Emblem gives Irithel some nice stat increases and can help her snowball ahead of enemies.

Bravery boosts her Physical damage, making those powerful Basic Attacks even stronger. 

Fatal increases her Crit Chance, making her attacks deal astronomical damage, especially when enemies have had their defense reduced by Strafe.

Bounty Hunter allows Irithel to pick up extra gold for kills, helping her spiral out of control especially against reckless enemy teams. Killing Spree is another alternative that gives her sustain and movement speed, perfect for the Irithel player determined to hunt enemy teams down and take them all down.

Irithel Skins


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *