Mobile Legends’ Therizla is a damage-focused fighter that becomes gains damage reduction as he loses health.
Check out recommended items, emblems, spells as well as tips and tricks below and see how strong Terizla is in the Season 15 tier list.
Recommended Terizla Builds
+22 Physical Defense
+40 Movement Speed
Unique Passive – ‘Valor’: Physical defense will go up 5 for each basic attack received, up to 25. Lasts 3 seconds.
+70 Physical Attack
+10% Cooldown Reduction
+20% Spell Vamp
+10% Cooldown Reduction
Unique Passive – ‘Demonize’: Reduces damage taken by 50% when health is below 40% and increases Physical Lifesteal by 30%. Lasts 5 seconds. 50 second cooldown.
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.
+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.
+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.
Fighter Emblem: Bravery, Invasion, Festival of Blood
Body of Smith
Every 2.5% of Terizla’s HP lost is converted into 1% Damage Reduction, up to 35%.
Terizla’s Attack Speed cannot be increased. Every 1% of extra Attack Speed is converted into 1 points of Physical Attack instead.
Revenge Strike – Max First
Terizla cracks the ground with his hammer and the fissure spreads, dealing Physical Damage. After the fissure hits the first target, it drills into them and slows them by 30%. Terizla’s Movement Speed is then increased by 25-40% for 3 seconds.
The fissure on the target will then explode, dealing Physical Damage scaling with the enemy’s lost health.
Execution Strike – Max Second
Terizla swings his hammer in an area, releasing energy three times continuously. Move the joystick to change positions while swinging.
The first two times he deals Physical Damage to enemies. The third time, he deals massive damage and slows enemies by 15%. The slow can be stacked and lasts 1.5 seconds.
Penalty Zone – Max When Possible
Terizla jumps to the designated area and smashes down, dealing Physical Damage and slowing enemies by 20%. Meanwhile, he summons Scaffold, which reaches out a hook and pulls the target several times, causing Physical Damage each time.
|Movement Speed: 255||Physical Attack: 129|
|Magic Power: 0||Physical Defense: 19|
|Magic Defense: 10||HP: 2728|
|Mana: 430||Attack Speed: 0.8|
|HP Regen: 54||Mana Regen: 21|
|Basic Crit Chance: 0||Skill Crit Chance: 0|
Tips & Tricks
Terizla uses his damaging skills and damage reduction passive to beef himself up and execute enemies who dare fight him.
Terizla uses Spell Vamp to heal himself up while in the thick of battle, and engaging with him will be much easier once he has his Bloodlust Axe. As a fighter, Terizla can dish out damage and take it — but he’s not the best at either. Try to engage after your tanks (or build more defensively if your team lacks a tank) to find success with Terizla’s engagements.
Warrior Boots and Bloodlust Axe give Terizla the right amount of offense and defense to let him get into fights and remain hard to kill while still being a threatening opponent that can hurt his enemies.
As a fighter, Terizla can build a mix of damage and offense depending on what his team needs. Items like Blade of Despair will give Terizla a huge damage boost while only taking up one item slot.
Items like Queen’s Wings allow Terizla to become even harder to kill as his health decreases, allowing him time to use his spells and heal up.
Terizla’s abilities involve damaging and slowing enemies while speeding himself up as he continues to pursue them.
As a melee fighter, Terizla will find himself easily kited out by more mobile opponents and ones with range, making it more important for him to stick to enemies when he engages upon them.
Penalty Zone, Terizla’s ultimate ability, is a good mobility and initiation skill for Terizla, allowing him to jump in and immediately slow enemies, controlling them if they try to escape.
Execution Strike can follow up on his ultimate, allowing Terizla to chain damage and end with the third strike that does burst damage and slows enemies once more.
After that, Revenge Strike can be the nail in the enemy’s coffin, with exploding fissures dealing execution damage based on the enemy’s missing health. Terizla can use Revenge Strike earlier if possible to get Execution Strike out in the duration of the fissure.
The movement speed gained from Revenge Strike can allow Terizla to easily chase down enemies or retreat if used last to avoid enemy reinforcements. Remember that as a fighter, Terizla can hold his own in fights, but he shouldn’t be engaging by himself unless he is sure he can secure the kill and live. Work with your teammates, coordinating on engages and picking high priority targets to lock down with Terizla’s skills.
The Fighter Emblem Page works nicely with Terizla’s gameplan to deal damage and use Spell Vamp to heal himself up.
Bravery increases his attack stats, allowing him to deal more damage while Invasion helps him penetrate enemy armor more easily without needing to invest in expensive armor penetration items.
Festival of Blood grants Terizla extra Spell Vamp, perfect for making the Executioner even harder for enemies to kill.