Waddup, humans? Kurumi here! And welcome to the Mobile Legends Boot Camp! In this video, we are going to talk about
the Fighter, Chou. Chou has a good set of area-of-effect, crowd-control,
and blink skills. Our Kung Fu Boy, Chou, is a fighter hero. I consider Chou as a mobile crowd-control
fighter, since his skills lets him damage and knock
up enemies while dashing forward. Not only that, his ultimate skill knocks back
an enemy, making the target immobilized for a few moments
while receiving his furious kicks. Now, let me share some tips and tricks on
how to use Chou based on my experience. I will also teach you some combos and techniques
on the latter part of this boot camp. But before that, let me explain his skills
one by one for further understanding. Chou’s passive, Only Fast,
buff Chou’s next basic attack after he moves for 8 yards long. After moving for 8 yards, his next basic attack
will deal 200% of Physical Damage to enemies. His fists will have a burning effect to let
you know that his next basic attack is buffed. Unfortunately, this buffed damage can’t be
a critical hit. The buffed attack will also slow down the
target for a short period. To know more about the exact distance equivalence
of 8 yards ingame, stay tuned and we will be discussing it in
the tips and tricks section. Chou’s first skill, Jeet Kune Do, lets Chou to deal a punch forward per cast of this skill. Upon using this skill, Chou will be punching
and dashing towards the specified direction. You can still use this skill for 2 more times. The next cast will let Chou still launch his
punch forward. Then, on the last cast, Chou will knock up
the enemies in the area-of-effect. Every punch will deal damage to enemies along
the way and in the area-of-effect. Chou’s second skill, Shunpo, lets Chou dash forward, buffing him for a few moments. Upon using this skill, Chou dashes towards
the specified direction. After the dash, Chou gains a shield that can
absorb a certain amount of damage. He also increases his Physical Penetration
stats after the dash. The shield and Physical Penetration boost
last for 2 seconds. Another thing about the dash is, he is immune to crowd-control effects during the dash. The cool down of this skill resets when Chou’s
3 punches from his first skill has been all released. We will show examples using this skill on
the tips and tricks section. Chou’s ultimate skill, The Way of Dragon, lets Chou release a roundhouse kick to knock-back the target. Upon casting the target will be knocked-back and will be receiving certain amount of Physical Damage. This skill can be used again. Upon using it again, Chou will chase the knocked-back
enemy in the air, and will let him release a fury of kicks that
will deal certain points of Physical Damage. There are so many items that you can buy for
Chou. You can focus on items that grants Physical
Damage, Physical Penetration, Movement Speed, and items that grants defense
and health points. For me, I choose to buy items that grants
Physical Damage, Physical Penetration, Movement Speed, and items that grants Defense
and Health Points to Chou. We use different builds depending on the situation. But for us, we usually use the “Kurumi Way”
and the “Tarzan” build. If you prefer more into roaming, then you
can consider buying Awe Mask first. This item grants Health Points and cool down
reduction. One of its unique attributes grants additional
movement speed. One of its unique passive, Deter, lets your
basic attack mark an enemy hero you hit. When the mark is still on the enemy,
and the target was attacked either by you or your teammate 5 times,
the enemy will be stunned for a short period. This unique passive, Deter, has a long cool
down. Another unique passive of this item is Devotion. This grants you additional gold and experience
every 4 seconds. But the catch is, you won’t gain gold or experience
when killing minions, or monsters if a teammate is near you. This lets your teammates take all the gold
and experience, serving your role as a support-roaming hero. Another unique passive of this item is Thriving. This lets you gain extra experience and gold
with every assists you make. When you are ranked 5th on the gold rank of
your team, the gold granted by Deter is modified and
you will now receive 20 gold every 4 seconds. Same goes with the experience granted by Deter
every 4 seconds, you will be granted 35 experience per 4 seconds,
when you are the 5th rank in the experience or level department. You can consider buying Rapid Boots. Rapid Boots grants a massive amount of movement
speed to your hero. Its unique passive will decrease your movement
speed by 40 points, when you deal damage or when you take damage. This effect lasts for 5 seconds. This is a really good item specially if you
prefer the roaming type of Chou. You might want to consider Blade of Despair. This item grants additional physical attack
and movement speed. Its unique passive will give you additional
physical attack, when the target’s health is below a certain
percentage. The movement speed bonus can also help you
chase enemies, or escape death. Buying attack items such as Endless Battle,
can boost your damage effectively. This item gives you additional physical attack,
health, mana regen, lifesteal, movement speed, and
cooldown reduction. Its unique passive grants you additional true
damage on your next basic attack, after using a skill. Triggering the passive of this skill also
grants you additional movement speed. With the cool down reduction and its unique
passive, Chou will be more explosive with this since
you can cast lots of skill instances. You might want to consider Brute Force Breastplate. This item grants Health Points and Physical
Defense. Its unique passive grants additional movement
speed, physical defense, and magic defense for every skill cast or
basic attack dealt. This effect can stack up to 5 times, and it
lasts for a few seconds. You might also want to consider Hunter Strike. This item grants Physical Attack, and Cool
Down Reduction. Its unique attribute grants Physical Penetration. Its unique passive improves your movement
speed, when you have attacked an enemy 5 times in
a row. This buff lasts for 3 seconds. This effect has a cool down of 15 seconds. Lastly, you can consider Immortality. This grants you Physical Defense and Health
Points. Its unique passive lets you resurrect after
2 seconds upon death. This resurrects you and give you 15% health
points, and a shield that lasts for a few seconds. This item has a really long cool down. The item build for Chou really depends on
the enemy’s line up. So make sure to read each item’s description
so you can adapt in-game. One of the best spells to be used on Chou
is Flicker. You can use it to escape danger, even death. You can use Flicker to either blink in then
crowd-control enemies, or use this to escape death. In my opinion, you can use either Tank Emblem
set or Custom Assassin Emblem set. Let’s focus first on the Tank Emblem Set. We suggest this emblem set if you prefer to
be more durable in team fights. Because our item build is more of Physical
Defense, then we will focus on Magic Defense this time. Setting Shield to max level will provide you
Magic Defense. Higher Magic Defense means less magic damage
to be received from enemies. Setting Purity to max level will provide you
Magic Defense also. Get Brave Smite to regenerate 5% of your maximum
health points, every time you crowd-control an enemy. This has a cool down of 10 seconds. But these are advisable if the enemies are
also more of Magic Damage dealers. On the other hand,
we suggest the Custom Assassin Emblem set if you prefer to deal more damage to the enemies. Custom Assassin Emblem could provide extra
stats according to your needs as a damage-dealing fighter. Set Agility to its Max level because it can
give you additional Movement Speed. Higher Movement Speed means higher chance
to chase enemies or escape death. Setting Invasion to max level will provide
you Physical Penetration. Higher Physical Penetration means higher damage
on your basic attacks and skills. Get High and Dry to increase your damage to
the target when he is the only nearby hero. This is advisable when you try ganking a single
hero. But in case you are not that type, just consider
Bounty Hunter instead. Set first skill to max level first. Prioritizing this makes the cool down of this
skill lower. That means, you can cast this skill again
as soon as possible. You can also prioritize second skill if your
aim is to gain more Physical Penetration and shield. Always upgrade the ultimate skill when available
for upgrading. As promised, let’s tackle on Chou’s passive
skill. The distance of 8 yards is equivalent to this
amount of distance in-game. Take note that this is just an equivalent
in a straight direction. Meaning, you can still trigger his passive
even when you move in circles. We also did a small experiment and counted
how many steps is its equivalence. So let’s try moving Chou forward and count
how many steps needed to trigger his passive. As you noticed, he made at least 8 steps before
his passive skill was triggered. The passive is triggered after 8 yards, so using his skills and flicker to travel distance is also considered. So it’s also better to take note of the exact
distance equivalence of 8 yards in-game. Chou’s first skill is what you need to chase
and crowd-control enemies. With the ability to dash forward for three
times while punching, this will let you deal damage to enemies while
chasing them. The third cast instance of this skill is what
makes Chou really good in team fights. Knocking enemies up will surely immobilize
enemies for a short period, making your teammates hit them freely while
the enemies are enjoying the fresh air above. But do take note that every instance of this
skill lets you dash for a short distance only. Meaning, you can only pass through super thin
walls. Chou’s second skill is what makes you durable
and immune to crowd-control. With the ability to dash towards the specified
direction, you can use this to escape death, or chase
enemies. You can also use this to do a clutch move to save yourself from dying because of the shield granted. Even if the shield absorption is quite small,
it can still make a difference. Just like on this scenario, I could’ve died
if I missed using my 2nd skill in just a split second. This skill can also be used in combo with
his first skill. You can use this skill again because your
first skill can reset the cool down of this skill instantly. Take a look on this scenario. I was able to save myself because I was able
to use this skill twice. This skill can also let Chou pass through
walls. (YT bug, sorry for this ;3 ) So this is actually quite useful in chasing
down enemies, or escaping death. For the crowd-control immunity effect of the
dash, we will show you some example scenarios. Today again, we have our favorite lab rat,
Rat-katan. On this scenario, he is going to use Selena. Take a look as I just dash towards the Abyssal
Arrows and won’t get stunned at all. Now, we will be switching places with our
lab rat to make him the hero of the day. Rackatan will now be using Chou instead, and we will try to pull him using Kaja’s ultimate skill. As you can see, Rackatan was so pro on using
the dash just on the right timing to counter Kaja’s ultimate skill. That’s a pro lab rat we got here. Well anyway, that’s how amazing Chou’s dash
is. Chou’s ultimate skill is what you need to
lock down enemies. With the ability to knock-back enemies, and
lock them mid-air with your fury kicks. This skill is usually use with the 3rd instance
of your 1st skill, your 2nd skill, or flicker. These will make it easier for Chou to go behind
the enemy. Then, you can now use your ultimate skill
to knock the enemy towards your teammates, towards your turret, or away from the enemy
turret. The target will just wish for a peaceful death
instead of being tortured like this. The knock-back distance depends on the time
you press the second instance of this skill. The earlier you click this skill again, the
shorter the knock-back distance would be. So it’s best to wait for a few moments before
casting it again if you want to knock-back the enemy farther. Aside from using this skill to lock down enemies
for an easy kill, you can also use this skill to push away enemies
chasing you to save you from their wrath. Just make sure you don’t click it again because
it might lead you to your death. In terms of his combo, we usually follow a
simple combo. There are lots of combos you can formulate
with Chou since he has lots of skill instances. But for the Kurumi way, this is what we usually
cast in order. In terms of ganking as Chou, this is a combo
we usually follow. First, we hide in the bush. Then, we cast our first skill twice to make
sure that our next use of it will instantly knock up the target. Then, we go out the bush using our second
skill. This will grant us shield and additional Physical
Penetration stats. But you can also use Flicker instead of your
second skill. We just prefer second skill since this will
help us deal more damage with the Physical Penetration boost. Then, we use his first skill to knock up the
enemies. Then, we run behind the enemy and use our
ultimate skill. This will knock the enemy farther from his
safety. Then, use ultimate skill again to do some
fury kicks to the target. If the target is still alive, you can use
your basic attacks and 2nd skill to chase down the target. Additional Tip:
Since you made it this far, we will let you know of this forbidden information. Recently, we tried using Custom Support Emblem
set with Chou. This really somehow fits our aim to be a roaming-support
Chou. With the high Hybrid Penetration, the damage we deal feels like we are still using the Custom Assassin Emblem set. With the Hybrid Regeneration and Health Points
granted, this also make us feel that we are durable. So, it’s like a combination of Custom Tank
and Custom Assassin Emblem set. You can also try the Electro Flash from the
Custom Marksman Emblem set for a great movement speed boost. But you can just pretend you didn’t hear or
read anything I just said. Don’t mind me. I’m just a random extraterrestrial creature
passing by. The tips I mentioned are just some of the
ways you can use Chou. This video just guides you on how to use Chou,
the Kurumi way. So, once again. This is Kurumi and that’s how you use Chou. Thanks for watching! We also thank our lab rat, Rackatan, for showing
us how to use Chou’s dash properly. I hope he can be this pro using Chou on ranked
games too. Do not forget to follow his account, and tell him how thankful we are for showing us that anything is possible if we just keep
believing. Thank you, Rackatan! Do not forget to like and share this video. Also subscribe to our channel for more contents
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  1. Yay chou guide btw i like awe mask but what happens if i replace it with the mask that turns you semi invsible welp Chou can sneak and suprise mm or mages now chou can burst down enemise but with a suprise btw you can be superly hidden when in a bush and use conceal.(this is my opinion so please dont hate)

  2. Yes! Chou Boot Camp!, Finally, Thank you for making Chou Boot Camp, I have been waiting for this, I Love Your Videos Kurumi, I really appreciate it😊😊😊😊😊

  3. Thank you for this guide! β™‘ Especially for that forbidden information. πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚

    Rackatan deserves that promotion. Thank you, Rackatan!

  4. I love boot camps so seeing one for my main made me quite happy, tbh I've kinda masterd Chou (he's the only hero I've mastered), but I love watching Guides on my favorite heroes, especially your boot camps ( and thanks that I'm not the only person using support emblem, I use the other 2 aswell)


    Tulungan tayo mga beshie comment kayo sa cimment ko or salitan tayo

  6. I saw you're Avatar Border and I think you won the contest of making a new skin…

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