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The Uncaged Wrath of Zaun
Release Date: February 21st, 2009
Cost: 450 BE 260 RP
Primary Attribute: Fighter
Secondary Attribute: Tank
Resource: Mana
Health Mini Icon.png Health: 550 (+ 85)
HealthRegen Mini Icon.png Health Regen: 0.75 (+ 0.15)
Mana Mini Icon.png Mana: 280 (+ 35)
ManaRegen Mini Icon.png Mana Regen: 8.105 (+ 1.4932)
MovementSpeed Mini Icon.png Movespeed: 335
AttackDamage Mini Icon.png Attack Damage: 58 (+ 3)
AttackSpeed Mini Icon.png Attack Speed: 0.679 (+ 2.3%)
Range Mini Icon.png Range: 125
Armor Mini Icon.png Armor: 24.04 (+ 3.2)
MagicResist Mini Icon.png Magic Resist: 32.1 (+ 1.25)
Grey Warwick Released: 2009-12-15 / Special
Urf the ManateeReleased: 2010-04-01 / Special
Big Bad WarwickReleased: 2010-04-27 / 520 RP
Tundra Hunter WarwickReleased: 2010-08-16 / 520 RP
Feral WarwickReleased: 2010-11-16 / 975 RP
Firefang WarwickReleased: 2011-03-29 / 975 RP
Hyena WarwickReleased: 2011-12-05 / 975 RP
Marauder WarwickReleased: 2015-02-17 / 750 RP
UrfwickReleased: 2017-11-08 / Special
Lunar Guardian Warwick
Chroma Pack  (780 RP)
Release Date: Upcoming
290 RP
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Released: Upcoming / 1350 RP


  • Biography
  • Story
  • 2nd bio
  • 1st bio
Warwick is a monster who hunts the gray alleys of Zaun. Transformed by agonizing experiments, his body is fused with an intricate system of chambers and pumps, machinery filling his veins with alchemical rage. Bursting out of the shadows, he preys upon those criminals who terrorize the city’s depths. Warwick is drawn to blood, and driven mad by its scent. None who spill it can escape him.

Though many think of Warwick as no more than a beast, buried beneath the fury lies the mind of a man—a gangster who put down his blade and took up a new name to live a better life. But no matter how hard he tried to move on, he could never escape the sins of his past.

Memories of that time come to Warwick in flashes before they’re inevitably lost, replaced by searing echoes of the days he spent strapped to a table in  Singed’s lab, the mad chemist’s face looming above him.

His world a haze of pain, Warwick could not recall how he fell into Singed’s grasp… and even struggled to remember a time before the suffering began. The scientist patiently carved into him, installing pumps and hoses to inject chemicals into his veins, seeking what an alchemist always seeks: transmutation.

Singed would reveal his subject’s true nature—the deadly beast hidden within a “good man.”

The chemicals pumped into Warwick’s veins boosted his healing, allowing Singed to gradually and painfully reshape the man. When his hand was severed in the course of the experiment, Singed was able to reattach it, augmenting it with powerful, pneumatic claws, and bringing Warwick ever closer to his true potential.

A chemical chamber was installed on Warwick’s back and integrated with his nervous system. Whenever he felt rage, or hate, or fear, it would drive liquid fury deeper into his veins, fully awakening the beast within.

He was forced to endure it all, every cut of the mad chemist’s scalpel. Pain, Singed assured his subject, was necessary; it would prove to be the “great catalyst” of his transformation. Though the chemicals enabled Warwick’s body to heal through most of the physical damage, his mind was shattered by the unending agony.

Warwick struggled to recall a single memory from his past... All he could see was blood. But then he heard a little girl screaming. Screaming something he couldn’t understand. It sounded like a name.

He’d already forgotten his. He sensed that was for the best.

Pain soon overwhelmed all other thoughts. Blood was the only thing left.

Though his body and mind were broken after weeks on the slab, Warwick stubbornly resisted the chemicals transmuting him. Toxins leaked from his eyes in place of tears. He coughed up gobs of caustic phlegm that sizzled against his chest, before burning shallow holes in the floor of the lab. Restrained against the cold steel of the table, Warwick writhed in agony for hours on end, until his body finally gave out.

With the untimely death of his subject, Singed disposed of the corpse in a charnel pit deep in Zaun’s Sump, before turning his mind to the next experiment.

But death proved to be the true catalyst needed for Warwick’s transformation. As he lay cooling atop the pile of corpses, the chemicals could finally complete their work. The chamber on his back began to pump.

His body contorted unnaturally, bones bending and snapping, teeth growing, sinews tearing and then healing with a faint alchemical glow, dead flesh replaced by something new and powerful. By the time his heart started beating once again, the man Warwick had been and the lives he’d lived were gone.

He awoke to hunger. Everything hurt. Only one thing mattered.

He needed blood.

First, it was the blood of a nearby sump-scrapper, rooting through the charnel pile. And then a priestess of the Glorious Evolved, seeking a member of her flock. Then a Piltovan apprenta taking a shortcut, and a philter-faced merchant avoiding a gang, and a dram-dealer, and a tallyman, and a chem punk...

He set up a den not far from a place that itched at the back of his now-animal mind. There, he continued the slaughter, not caring who fell to his claws. So long as blood dripped from gnashing teeth, he would feel nothing but a smear of red on his conscience, the hunger in his gut overwhelming any concern for his random victims.

Yet, even as he surrendered to the beast, glimpses of his past began to haunt him. He saw a bearded man reflected in the eyes of a beggar as he tore out his throat. The other man looked somber, somehow familiar; there were scars on his arms. Sometimes, as he fed in dark alleys on stray gangers, the flash of knives would remind him of an old blade covered in blood. Blood passing from the blade to his hands. From his hands, to everything he touched. Sometimes, he remembered the girl again.

And still there was blood.

It had always been there, he realized, his entire life, and nothing he did could wash it off. He’d left so many scars that even if he didn’t remember his past, the city would. When he peered into the eyes of Zaun’s criminals—the gang bosses, murderers, and thieves—he saw himself. The chamber on his back would fill his body with hate. His claws tore out of his fingers.

He hunted.

No longer content to kill indiscriminately, Warwick now pursues those already covered in the stench of blood. Just as he was the day he was dragged to Singed’s door.

He still wonders if he’d truly wanted this. He can’t remember details, but he remembers enough. Enough to know Singed had been right all along—the good man had been a lie, before disaster had burned it away, revealing the truth.

He is Warwick. He is a killer.

And there are so many killers to hunt.

"Spill blood... draw the beast!"

-  Warwick


I find her near the Black Lanes, where merchants and thieves do business. Anything is for sale. Everything is stolen. I could kill them all.

Do they think the shadows hide their misdeeds? The gleam of their knives? The deals they make, shrouded in darkness? I can smell the shimmerwine on a beggar’s breath from across this wretched city.

I know their crimes. I can taste them.

Then I see her. She’s taking a message from one of Baron Spindlow’s men—the lump-faced one, all scars and scowl—and placing it into a pneuma-tube. He mutters instructions to her.

Who knew the dob could even speak, let alone write a message? I’ve only heard him scream. The last time we met, I took his leg. Its replacement is already rusted.

The cogs clink as they pass from the thug’s meaty hand into the girl’s. I can smell the blood on the gear-shaped coins. The pain that passes from person to person. If you want something in this city, it doesn’t matter how many cogs you have. Pain is the true currency.

I remember a man who knew this—the blood and cogs on his hands—but that man is gone.

I growl, and the two figures flinch in surprise. Even the shadows seem to draw back as my augments cast a sickly, green glow. The girl takes one look and flees, but not deeper into the alley. She’s a pneuma-tube runner. She clambers up, into the darkness, taking a path few can follow.

Afraid. Fast, but vulnerable. Carrying a pneuma-tube with a chem-baron’s seal. The gangers will come for her.

She’s perfect…

I begin the hunt.

We move so quickly, the city is a blur—my claws cutting through the smoke, scrabbling for purchase as I leap across rooftops, following the pneuma-tube runner. Carving a path so deep through the city, it seems to bleed chemtech, toxic puddles gathering in the alleys.

She tries to double back, skittering beneath a cart full of tinctures. She knows the city almost as well as I do. She knows where I’m driving her. Away from sanctuary, toward a place all the runners fear, where only the Zaun Gray escapes.

I need to remind her to be more afraid of me than what lies in the darkness. I land ahead of her, roaring with rage, my claws tearing a chunk out of a steam conduit. She hesitates, but only for a moment, before turning back into the depths. Where I need her to run.

I can hear the gasps of effort as she scrambles up walls and slides down railings. She’s praying to the wind goddess to save her. Perhaps I should do the same. The animal inside me wants more than murder. It wants meat.

I could kill her right now. It would be so easy. I feel my claws emerging, greedy for flesh. I forget why I should spare her, until I draw closer. Close enough to see my reflection in her eyes, as she stumbles on a ledge and looks back.

Her eyes brim with tears.

It’s all so... familiar.

I pull back and howl into the darkness, driving the girl forward. She drops down into a maze of pipes built for the ancient pneuma system. I follow behind her, hanging back as she reaches the dead end.

The girl thinks I’m going to kill her. That her pale throat is the reason I bare my teeth. But she is only the bait. This is where she’ll lure out my true prey.

Those who’d prey on her.

“Well, well. Look what fell outta the Gray,” says a ganger emerging from the darkness. He and his friends surround the girl, their blades catching what little light survives in these depths. I recognize their tattered rags. The Gray Nails. A dead man once had dealings with them.

There was another girl...

I shake away the memories. I don’t want them.

“I know you,” says one of the Nails, her face ringed by piercings. “You run for Boggin, eh? One ’a Spindlow’s mugs. What’s that krovin’ psycho got to say that he don’t want us to hear?” She pokes the pneuma-tube with her dagger and smiles.

“Please, you don’t understand!” the girl sobs, scanning the gray darkness behind her and trying to rush past.

“Neither do you,” the first ganger says. “We’re gonna have some fun.”

I hesitate as the thug knocks the pneuma-tube from the girl’s hands. It’s worth more cogs than their own lives. It’s their ticket out of this miserable pit, to a slightly less miserable one.

I thought the pneuma-tube would distract them for the moment I needed. It cracks against the alley stones, Spindlow’s seal broken.

What have I done?

The runner cries out as a Nail grabs her roughly. There’s a struggle, a flash of steel, and then...blood.

Its scent enrages me.

The chamber on my back pumps, and I am lost.

A roar fills the darkness.

“It’s him! The Howler!” a Gray Nail cries out as I race into the clearing, trying to focus on the punk. I slash into him, and the alley wall steams with red mist. He crumples to the stones.

Where is the girl? I’ve lost track in the mayhem. Surrounded. Blades stabbing like clumsy teeth. Claws a metal blur. Jaws clamp down, and bones crack along with armor.

I taste blood. And still there’s more.

I see her now. One of the Nails hovers above the girl, his shiv raised. I can stop him.

But the machine pumps again, and my limbs surge with power.

The red haze fills my mind. Everything is a blur. Everything is forgotten.

Everything is blood.

I don’t know if I saved the girl. I don’t know if I killed her. I’m still biting through flesh when the surviving Nails flee into the darkness.

I turn, following them into the night. I have no choice.

They are the monsters I hunt. And I am one of them.

Warwick was once a man revered for his ability to track down human specimens for the darkest types of scientific research. When his ambitions exceeded his physical limits, he drank a dangerous elixir to transform himself into an unstoppable manhunter. His newfound strength bore a heavy price.

Before his transformation, Warwick found his calling in Zaun as a "procurer" of human test subjects. Known for his crafty methods and ruthless determination, people regarded him with a cautious mixture of fear and respect. As his reputation grew, so did the demands placed upon him. His clients wanted more rare and dangerous specimens, and they wanted them sooner. To meet their demands, Warwick needed strength that transcended his limited human form. His longtime friend,  Singed, devised a powerful formula. The recipe called for three critical components: silver from the Shadow Isles, the fang of a Balefire dire wolf, and the heart of a celestial being. Warwick tracked down the first two in short order, but the third proved a much greater challenge. He traveled to Ionia to trap  Soraka, a creature believed to be a child of the stars, but she discovered his ploy and drove him away with powerful magic. Unable to tolerate his failure, Warwick returned to Singed disfigured and furious. He demanded the chemist's incomplete potion, but Singed warned him that the results would be unpredictable. Ignoring his friend's warning, Warwick drank the concoction. The brew transformed him into a creature both man and wolf, infusing him with raw strength and heightened senses. Exhilarated, he immediately began testing his newfound power. Each day his instincts became sharper, but his human half slipped further away. He could feel himself losing control: though he always got his prey, he often failed to bring them back alive. Now he seeks the heart of Soraka to stabilize his transformation before his mind gives way to the feral urges of the beast.

"Eventually the beast catches up with all of us."

-  Warwick

Warwick counted himself amongst the most powerful and revered men in his home city-state of Zaun. Over the course of his infamous career as an alchemist, Warwick won many honors for his craft, not the least of which was a lucrative offer for service in the Noxian military during their campaigns against Ionia. Sequestered in his labs far from the front lines, Warwick and his apprentice Singed toiled relentlessly to manufacture all manner of appalling concoctions for the Noxian army. So potent was his art that even the greatest of Ionia's healers - under the leadership of the Starchild Soraka - struggled to combat the poisons and chemical weapons generated by his despicable mind. Warwick's reign of terror grew so horrific that his very name became a curse in the eyes of his Ionian foes, and they began referring to him only as "the Deathmaker".

But even one under the protection of the Noxian High Command is not wholly beyond the reach of retribution. For as Soraka strode across the myriad of death and destruction left in the wake of one of Warwick's chemical attacks, her heart finally gave way. She called down the wrath of the cosmos on Warwick, wishing that his form should mirror the cruelty in his heart - a curse that would come at the price of her aspiring divinity. Within his laboratory, a terrible thirst took hold over Warwick. As his apprentice looked on in horror, Warwick threw open the doors to his bastion and sprinted off towards parts unknown, a bloodcurdling howling marking his passage. He had become a werewolf; a wild, murderous beast. Today, the Blood Hunter fights for Noxus within the League of Legends... thankful of the curse that his now-mortal enemy bestowed upon him.

"The rage of the beast now complements his predatory spirit."

-  Singed, the Mad Chemist, upon witnessing his master's transformation


PassiveEternal Hunger
Eternal Hunger.png
INNATE Warwick's basic attacks deal bonus magic damage. If Warwick is below 50% health, he heals the same amount. If Warwick is below 25% health, this healing triples.
Damage: 8 x 2 per level

QJaws of the BeastBanshee's Veil.png
Jaws of the Beast.png
ACTIVE Warwick lunges forward and bites his target. While the key is held down, he will attach to the target then leap behind them.

On release, deals magic damage (applies On Hit effects). Heal some of the damage dealt.

While attached, Warwick is connected to the target and follows an movement they make.

Cost: 50 / 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 Mana
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Magic Damage: (120% of Attack Damage) (+90% of Ability Power)
[+6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10% of target's max Health]
Heal: 30 / 40 / 50 / 60 / 70%

WBlood HuntBanshee's Veil Grey.png
Blood Hunt.png
PASSIVE Warwick gains Attack Speed against enemies below 50% health. He also sensed low health champions globally, moving faster toward them when out of combat. These bonuses are tripled against enemies below 20% health.

ACTIVE Warwick briefly senses all enemies. The nearest sensed champion is Blood Hunted for 8 seconds. Cast only while not in combat with a champion.

While no enemies are being hunted, Blood Hunt cools down twice as fast.

Cost: 70 Mana
Cooldown: 120 / 105 / 90 / 75 / 60 seconds
Range: Global
Attack Speed: 50 / 65 / 80 / 95 / 110%
Movement Speed: 35 / 40 / 45 / 50 / 55%

EPrimal HowlBanshee's Veil Grey.png
Primal Howl.png

Primal Howl2.png
ACTIVE Warwick gains damage reduction for 2.5 seconds. At the end of the duration, or if activated again, Warwick howls, causing all nearby enemies to flee for 1 second.
Cost: 40 Mana
Cooldown: 15 / 14 / 13 / 12 / 11 seconds
Damage Reduction: 35 / 40 / 45 / 50 / 55%

RInfinite DuressBanshee's Veil.pngQuicksilver Sash.png
Infinite Duress.png
(Active) Warwick leaps 2.5 seconds worth of movement speed in a direction, suppressing the first champion he collides with for 1.5 seconds. Deals magic damage and applies on-hit effects 3 times. Warwick heals for 100% of all damage he deals during Infinite Duress.
Cost: 100 / 125 / 150 mana
Cooldown: 110 / 90 / 70 seconds
Magic Damage: 175 / 350 / 525
(167.5% of bonus Attack Damage)

Patch History


Warwick, the Uncaged Wrath of Zaun, will be updated with the launch of patch 7.2! To learn more, check the following links:


"We cleaned up some of Blood Scent's coding behind-the-scenes that was keeping him finishing off his prey. "
  • Blood Scent.png E - Blood Scent
    • BLOODY NOSE : Fixed a bug where it could take Warwick up to 2 seconds to detect low-health enemies with Blood Scent


"We're continuing our comprehensive pass at the game's older character textures. As with previous installments, our goal is to improve parity with newer releases and make sure everybody looks at home on the newly-updated Rift. Reminder: texture rebalancing isn't meant to replace - and doesn't delay - larger-scale updates! "
  •  Cho'Gath
    • Base, Gentleman, Jurassic, Loch Ness, Nightmare
  •  Janna
    • Base, Frost Queen, Hextech, Tempest, Victorious
  •  Taric
    • Base, Armor of the Fifth Age, Bloodstone, Emerald
  •  Warwick
    • Base, Big Bad, Feral, Firefang, Grey, Hyena, Tundra Hunter, Urf

We bet nobody saw this coming.

"Warwick's popularity (and subsequent insanity in the win rate department, even though we don't like using win rate as a statistic because it's loaded with so many other variables but let's not get into that) is a perfect storm of changes to preseason systems, the jungle, and the latent powers within his kit. We all know Warwick should be lowered a peg (or two. or five.), so we've decided to focus on Hunter's Call and Infinite Duress.
We're going to be monitoring Warwick heavily to see if we need to go harder, but we're confident this reduces his power enough that you might actually be able to compete with him in games. 60%. Never forget. Now let's not talk about win rates again (seriously though, win rates are a correlation of game health, not a cause)."
  • Hunter's Call.png W - Hunter's Call
    • DURATION : 10 seconds 6 seconds
  • Infinite Duress.png R - Infinite Duress
    • TOTAL BASE DAMAGE : 250/335/420 magic damage 150/250/350 magic damage

R has a higher cooldown at early ranks.

"In 2015, our focus for bringing Strategic Diversity (still a better phrase than end-game fantasy) to the jungle comes down to ironing out a set of strengths and weaknesses for each champion. Previously, Warwick's strength (sustain / safety) was undervalued due to the piles of sustain all junglers had access to; post-preseason however, Warwick's going to be the cool kid on the block. Where his jungling friends might now find themselves chugging pots to stay healthy in the jungle, Warwick now surpasses almost all of them due to his speed, safety, and consistency.
While we don't want to take away Warwick's new-found status as a power-pick, lowering the frequency of his Infinite Duress ganks (which, when executed well, mean kills for his laning friends) will help cement a weakness (low-utility ganks without R) into what is an already well-rounded werewolf. "
  • Infinite Duress.png R - Infinite Duress
    • COOLDOWN : 90/80/70 seconds 110/90/70 seconds


  • Infinite Duress.png R - Infinite Duress
    • BUGFIX : Fixed a bug where rapidly spamming a basic ability at the very end of Infinite Duress's channel sometimes caused that ability to go on cooldown without casting or appearing to be on cooldown in the HUD


  • Infinite Duress
    • Fixed a bug where damage would continue to be dealt after being interrupted by enemy champions

These are mostly quality of life changes for Warwick, who actually spent more time channeling Infinite Duress than he spent suppressing his target. Additionally, the fact that Warwick will now always place himself in front of the target rather than in a random location around them should add a little more strategic depth to who he suppresses and when.

  • Infinite Duress
    • Channel time reduced to 1.5 seconds from 2.1 (the target is still suppressed for the full 1.8 seconds)
    • Infinite Duress now always places Warwick in front of the target rather than a random spot around the target


  • Hunter's Call
    • Now displays range indicator on mouseover
  • Blood Scent
    • Now displays range indicator on minimap on mouseover


  • Base Movement Speed increased by 25.


  • Updated Lore


  • Warwick's passive now has a buff icon, and will work properly on consecutive hits


  • Blood Scent
    • Warwick will now immediately gain the bonus of Blood Scent if he reduces a target’s health below 50%
    • Warwick will now immediately gain the bonus of Blood Scent when it is activated


  • Hungering Strike damage reduced to 8 / 10 / 12 / 14 / 16% from 8 / 11 / 14 / 17 / 20%


  • Eternal Thirst now deals 3-16 magic damage per stack, and restores an equal amount of health
  • Infinite Duress damage changed to 250 / 335 / 420 (+2.0 bonus attack damage) from 200 / 300 / 400 (+1.67 total attack damage)
  • Base attack speed increased to 0.679 from 0.644


  • Hunter's Call cooldown reduced to 24 / 22 / 20 / 18 / 16 seconds from 30 / 27 / 24 / 21 / 18


  • Infinite Duress
    • Slowed down the first two ticks of damage slightly (before the first two ticks came almost instantly)
    • Infinite Duress will now stop channeling if the target becomes a zombie


  • Infinite Duress
    • Fixed a bug where it would sometimes tick only 4 times
    • Fixed a bug where it could sometimes break early even if not interrupted


  • Hungering Strike now heals for 80% of damage dealt, down from 100%


  • Hungering Strike's heal is no longer reduced if the damage is shielded


  • Blood Scent now properly remembers toggle state when you respawn


  • Eternal Thirst
    • Heal per stack increased to 6 / 12 / 18 from 5 / 10 / 15
    • Maximum number of stacks reduced to 3 from 4
    • Duration increased to 4 seconds from 3
  • Base attack speed reduced slightly


  • Blood Scent is now a toggle
  • Infinite Duress can no longer be cast while rooted


  • Updated Blood Scent's tooltip to reflect that this ability has no cooldown since it is passive


  • Hunter's Call attack speed buff changed to 40 / 50 / 60 / 70 / 80% from 50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70%


  • Hunter's Call has been adjusted to work on nearby allied champions instead of globally
  • Fixed a bug with Infinite Duress where Warwick would sometimes stay stunned even if his opponent broke out of the effect


  • Infinite Duress now gains an additional 30% lifesteal bonus


  • Hungering Strike
    • Mana cost reduced to 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 / 100 from 100 at all levels
    • Cooldown reduced by 2 seconds at all levels
    • Attack speed bonus increased to 50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70% from 50% at all levels. Allies gain half ot his bonus at all levels
    • Duration modified to 10 seconds at all levels from 6 / 9 / 12 / 15 / 18
    • Cooldown reduced to 30 / 27 / 24 / 21 / 18 seconds from 32 seconds at all levels
  • Blood Scent now has new particles both for Warwick and his victims
  • Infinite Duress
    • Decreased cooldown to 90 / 80 / 70 from 100 at all levels
    • Decreased mana cost to 100 / 125 / 150 from 150 at all levels
    • Decreased stun duration to 1.7 seconds from 2.1
    • Decresaed number of hits to 5 from 6
    • Increased bonus damage per hit to 40 / 60 / 80 from 30 / 50 / 70
  • Increased base and attack speed per level by 10%, which also increased attack speed from items and Hunter's Call
  • Increased base mana by 20
  • Increased base mana regen and mana regen per level by 20%
  • Updated PVP.Net champion search tags


  • Infinite Duress
    • Will now break its self-stun if his target breaks free.
    • Animation should properly display for all players.


  • Reduced health per level from 103 to 98
  • Reduced armor per level from 4 to 3.5
  • Eternal Thirst heal per hit reduced from 6 / 11 / 16 to 5 / 10 / 15


  • Reduced movement speed from 325 to 320
  • Eternal Thirst now only stacks 4 times, but increased health gain from 5 / 9 / 13 to 6 / 11 / 16
  • Blood Scent movement speed bonus increased from 16 / 22 / 28 / 34 / 40 to 20 / 25 / 30 / 35 / 40
  • Hungering Strike health damage percent increased from 4 / 8 / 12 / 16 / 20 to 8 / 11 / 14 / 17 / 20


  • Increased movement speed from 320 to 325

July 10, 2009 Patch

  • Eternal Thirst lifesteal reduced from 6 / 9 / 12 / 15 to 5 / 9 / 13
  • Infinite Duress
    • Now removes the buff if the target loses the buff
    • Fixed a bug that caused it to double lifesteal

June 26, 2009 Patch

  • Hungering Strike cooldown modified from 12 seconds at all levels to 12 / 11 / 10 / 9 / 8
  • Blood Scent REMAKE
    • Changed to be a pure passive, when an enemy below 66% health comes in range of Warwick, he gains incredibly heightened movement speed

June 19, 2009 Patch

  • Blood Scent
    • Now instant cast
    • Increased track enemy percent form 60% to 66%
    • Reduced cooldown from 50 / 45 / 40 / 35 / 30 to 45 / 40 / 35 / 30 / 25
  • Hungering Strike percent health damage modified from 5 / 7.5 / 10 / 12.5 / 15% to 4 / 8 / 12 / 16 / 20%
  • Infinite Duress
    • Reduced cooldown from 120 to 90
    • Increased bonus damage from 30 / 45 / 60 to 30 / 50 / 70

June 12, 2009 Patch

  • Blood Scent REMAKE
    • Passively gives you sight of enemies in range under 60% life, activate to gain the movement speed boost
    • Increased range from 1,200 / 1,800 / 2,400 / 3,000 / 3,600 to 1,500 / 2,300 / 3,100 / 3,900 / 4,800

June 6, 2009 Patch

  • Infinite Duress
    • Removed an errant blank buff that this ability caused
    • Can now proc item based effects (such as Frozen Heart, Wit's End, etc)
  • Hungering Strike
    • Reduced cooldown from 14 to 12
    • Can now hit Minions and Monsters (but cannot proc the 15% of their max health damage)

May 29, 2009 Patch

  • Hungering Strike REMAKE
    • Changed functionality to deal the greater between 75 / 125 / 175 / 225 / 275 or 15% of the target's health
    • Can no longer hit monsters and minions
  • Eternal Thirst
    • Reduced max stacks from 8 to 5
    • Increased lifesteal per stack from 4 / 6 / 8 / 10 to 6 / 9 / 12 / 15

May 15, 2009 Patch

  • Warwick can no longer be disabled while using Infinite Duress

May 9, 2009 Patch

  • Hungering Strike
    • Added ability power ratio of 1.0
    • Now deals magic damage
    • Life drains based on damage dealt

April 25, 2009 Patch

  • Fixed a bug with Infinite Duress which caused it to do 20% of Warwick's damage instead of 33%

April 18, 2009 Patch

  • Fixed  Warwick's Infinite Duress channeling bug which would cause it to break / be breakable

April 11, 2009 Patch

  • Made Hunter's Call instant cast

Alpha Week 2

  • Fixed timing attack bugs
  • Fixed tooltip typos with Eternal Thirst
  • Fixed tooltip functionality for Hungering Strike

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