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Leap Attack

Barbarian Skill

Requires level: 18
Skill tree: Combat Skills

Leaps onto a target and attacks when landing.

Prerequisites:

Leap

Synergies:

Leap
+10% Damage per Level
Data contributed by Stormlash
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Description

Leaps to and attacks target enemy in one swift assault.

Leap Attack
is a great skill for picking off targets one by one. It's particularly useful against those pesky Sand
Leaper
and unique bosses with the ability to
Teleport
. For those targets, just highlight your target and hold down the mouse button that
Leap Attack
is assigned to.

Once you get
Leap Attack
, you will no longer need to use the regular
Leap
skill. Also,
Leap Attack
has an extremely long-range from the very first point that you put into it so by using it, you're able to get out of sticky situations just as well, if not better, than with the normal
Leap
skill.

Leap Attack
combined with
Whirlwind
can be an extremely deadly combination for your foes.
Leap Attack
can be used to get you into a good starting position for
Whirlwind
and it can also be used to help you escape quickly if
Whirlwind
is interrupted or if you run out of mana.

Hidden Knockback Radius
Leap
and
Leap Attack
both have a hidden knockback radius associated with them. With
Leap
, it has a base of 2.6 (actually 2.64) yards and gains 0.66 yards per level. Example, a level 10
Leap
will have a knockback radius of ( 1.98 + ( 10 * 0.66) ) = 8.5 yards. This is an approximation. With
Leap Attack
, the base knockback is 2.6 yards and gains 1.32 yards per level. Example, a level 15
Leap Attack
will have a knockback radius of (1.28 + ( 15 * 1.32 ) ) = 21.08 yards.
Leap Attack
causes knockback to a monster, just like a
Nef
would do.
Description by Stormlash
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Lore

A young treasure hunter once sought his fortune in a raid for Barbarian gold on Mount Arreat.

Hearing tales of the Barbarian people's expertise in close combat, he hired a phalanx of mercenary spearmen to accompany him, thinking their long spears would force the Barbarian warriors to fight from a distance.

He soon learned his mistake as a single Barbarian warrior was enough to slaughter his entire party.

Ambushing the raiding party from a patch of scrub grass, the Barbarian leapt over them, slaying one whilst airborne, and skewering two more as he landed.

Before the would-be thief could draw a single breath, all of his hired lancers had been dispatched.

It was a long walk home.
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Leaps to and attacks target enemy in one swift assault.

Leap Attack
is a great skill for picking off targets one by one. It's particularly useful against those pesky Sand
Leaper
and unique bosses with the ability to
Teleport
. For those targets, just highlight your target and hold down the mouse button that
Leap Attack
is assigned to.

Once you get
Leap Attack
, you will no longer need to use the regular
Leap
skill. Also,
Leap Attack
has an extremely long-range from the very first point that you put into it so by using it, you're able to get out of sticky situations just as well, if not better, than with the normal
Leap
skill.

Leap Attack
combined with
Whirlwind
can be an extremely deadly combination for your foes.
Leap Attack
can be used to get you into a good starting position for
Whirlwind
and it can also be used to help you escape quickly if
Whirlwind
is interrupted or if you run out of mana.

Hidden Knockback Radius
Leap
and
Leap Attack
both have a hidden knockback radius associated with them. With
Leap
, it has a base of 2.6 (actually 2.64) yards and gains 0.66 yards per level. Example, a level 10
Leap
will have a knockback radius of ( 1.98 + ( 10 * 0.66) ) = 8.5 yards. This is an approximation. With
Leap Attack
, the base knockback is 2.6 yards and gains 1.32 yards per level. Example, a level 15
Leap Attack
will have a knockback radius of (1.28 + ( 15 * 1.32 ) ) = 21.08 yards.
Leap Attack
causes knockback to a monster, just like a
Nef
would do.
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