Even though it was just released, Hanzo has successfully entered into the latest META Mobile legend. This Ninja Assassin, can easily destroy enemies and kill enemies with combo skill 2 and skill 1. If you want to buy this Hanzo, then we recommend checking out some of the advantages and disadvantages of Hanzo the Assassin.
Here are some of Hanzo’s strengths that you can prove yourself when fighting against him:
- Hero Assassin who is very slippery
Hanzo is a hero who is very difficult to catch, this is because his ultimate skill can divide his body into 2, namely: his real body and his shadow body. When using the ultimate, Hanzo can move his shadow and leave his real body in a safe place (usually in a tower or a bush). The problem is that when his shadow is killed, this only gives Hanzo a stun effect and a slow effect, but when Hanzo himself is quite far from the enemy, these two effects are completely useless in stopping Hanzo.
- Easy Jungle
One of Hanzo’s strengths as a hero assassin is his ability to take out enemy jungles using only 1 skill. Skill 1 can be used to eat any jungle creeps. In other words, Hanzo can easily get buffs, in the early game even without the help of other heroes, and if the person who uses Hanzo is pro enough, he can also easily get Gold Buff.
- Easy Kill and Target
What makes Hanzo annoying the most in the game is his ability to easily target enemies. Hanzo’s Skill 2 has a fairly large range, allowing him to easily target marksman, mage and other heroes. Coupled with skill 1 which can reduce 15% of the enemy’s HP. Hanzo is the most terrible enemy in the game.
- Easy Farming
Besides Easy Jungle, Hanzo can easily farm and clean minions. This is because skill 2 from Hanzo itself can be used to attack the enemy every 0.5 seconds for 4.5 seconds, in a large enough area. Worse, this skill has a fairly short cooldown and the ability to slow down enemies. Hanzo doesn’t need to use his basic attacks when farming, with just one skill 2, he can clear lanes quickly.
- 6 skills that can kill the opponent
Apart from Kagura, Hanzo is another hero who has 6 skills that can be used to kill his opponent easily. Worse yet, all of these skills are useful for killing enemies quickly, making him one of the heroes with deadly abilities.
Apart from the advantages that can be read above, of course you also want to know the shortcomings of Hanzo before buying it, here are some of the disadvantages of Hanzo:
- Conditional Skill
Hanzo’s 1st skill, both in ghost mode and in real body mode, has a requirement before it can be used, which is to hit the enemy, be it creep, jungle, hero for 5 times, of course Hanzo’s skill 1 in both modes is equally useful, but in war , this is not very useful because besides having to wait for the cooldown of the two skills, he also has to do basic attacks on enemy heroes for 5 times before using them.
- Bar-dependent ultimate skill
Although Hanzo has a fairly short ultimate cooldown, Ultimate Hanzo requires Demon Blood which is represented in the form of a bar below Hanzo’s Health Bar (red in color). This Demon Blood can be obtained when Hanzo is near a dead hero, Jungle, or Creep. And what’s worse, when the Hanzo user forgets about the bar, the body of Hanzo will fly towards the shadow, and make Hanzo can be killed easily.
- Low Health
Even though this is a problem for any assassin, Hanzo is the only assassin who has the least health points compared to the others (Eudora’s Skill 2 and Skill 1 can easily kill him, without using Ultimate in the late game). This makes sense, because if Hanzo has enough Health, he will be the most lethal assassin in the game.
- Without Ultimate, Kill is Nearly Impossible
As mentioned above, Hanzo has Low Health, because he is a hero who is devoted to using his ultimate skill to kill enemies. Therefore, it is highly discouraged to go forward when using Hanzo, because before he can kill, he will die first. In addition, if he uses his usual body to advance, he will only have 1 attack skill, namely skill 2
- Getting caught = Dead
- Hanzo’s Ultimate Skill requires Hanzo to hide, leaving his original body so he can attack the enemy safely. Coupled with his low health, he cannot attack enemies directly. The problem is, when the enemy assassin goes looking for Hanzo while Hanzo is using his ultimate, we will not receive a notification that our real body is being attacked. Worse yet, Hanzo didn’t have the skills he could use to escape. If he is being chased by a marksman, or an assassin. It’s over. That’s why people who use Hanzo must be adept at hiding.