Mobile Legends Yve guide: Best build, skills, emblem, combos

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Nov 02

After Paquito, Mathilda, and Benedetta, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is back with another mage, Yve, the Astrowarden. Clad in cosmic purple, she is a spell caster with one of the most unique ultimates in the game.

Using her first two skills, you’ll be able to poke down enemy heroes from a safe distance. Her ultimate, Real World Manipulation, is a minigame in itself that’s really fun. When to use this, and how much you can get out of it, will determine how effect you are at Yve.

Yve creates a starfield in a designated direction that lasts for 15 seconds. During this period, she can cast the Ultimate 15 times. Enemies that come in contact with the starfield will be slowed by 90% for 1.5 seconds. (This only takes effect once on the same target.)

Tap: Deals 400 / 475 / 550 (+120% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage in a designated area in the starfield.

Slide: Deals 130 / 170 / 210 (+20% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage every 0.45 second to the targets in the designated area and slow the targets by 60% for 2.7 seconds.

During this period, Yve is immune to any airborne effects. The starfield will not be canceled when Yve gets controlled. However, she will not be able to cast in the process. When she is suppressed, the starfield will be canceled.

Yve gains Galactic Power when dealing damage to enemy heroes with Void Blast and Void Crystal, capped at 10 stacks. She will consume all the stored Galactic Power when she creates the starfield with her Real World Manipulation ultimate, gaining additional number of casts in the starfield accordingly.

Yve detonates Galactic Energy in a designated area, dealing 200 / 235 / 270 / 305 / 340 / 375 (+90% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage to the targets. The targets in the central area will take extra 200 (+90% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage.

Yve summons a void crystal in a designated area, dealing 220 / 260 / 300 / 340 / 380 / 420 (+40% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage to the targets hit.

When used again: The crystal radiates materialized energy in the designated direction for the next 2.7s, dealing 110 / 130 / 150 / 170 / 190 / 210 (+20% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage every 0.45s to targets hit and slowing them by 35%. If a target is hit multiple times by the energy, it takes 5% more slow effect for each hit, capped at 60%.

The recommended default Battle Spell for Yve is Flameshot, which helps you finish off enemies early game. As she does not have any natural ability to escape, Flicker is also a good option. Choose between the two based on your own playstyle.

Naturally, Mage Emblem works best with Yve. As she excels at poking and kiting, you can take Agility to increase your movement speed, Observation to increase Magic Penetration, and Magic Worship for the burn. Out of the three, Agility should always be taken on Yve, while subsequent talents depends on your preference.

Even though Yve’s base movement speed of 255 is slightly above average compared to Aurora’s 245 and Luo Yi’s 250, getting boots early allows you to kite more smoothly, so prioritize that. The recommended default equipment build in-game is a sustained damage build.

If you prefer burst, swap out Enchanted Talisman and Arcane Boots for Demon Shoes to ensure you have enough mana, and Ice Queen Wand for the slow. This item is essential for Yve, since you’ll need to continuously reposition her in order to poke out enemies whilst taking the least amount of damage for favorable trades.

Instead of Concentrated Energy, replace it with Lightning Truncheon, which gives more flat Magic Power, and deals extra magic damage.

To maximize her damage, always chain your first and second skill combo with basic attacks in between cooldowns. A solid basic combo to master is Void Blast into Void Crystal, basic attack, Void Blast, then basic attack.

Since Yve’s ultimate count increases with her passive, it’ll be good to combo your first and second skill to get ten stacks before finishing off with your ultimate. Having ally tanks with hard crowd control that help to keep opponents within your grid whilst blocking incoming enemy crowd control for you is highly beneficial.

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