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So I have been wondering on champions such as cow or that one corrupter hero, who have global ults, when you should use Yamato if you know your ult will have a longer travel time then the active. For example, as cow if you cross map ult, should you pop Yamato and then cast, and have it wear off as your ult is in transit; or ult then Yamato so it is active as your projectile hits, in order to gain the 20% spell damage.

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Maybe their projectiles have take all spell buffs and percent Int counts at launch? Think about Cain ultimate. The damage for his shots during ultimate are all recorded and then take effect once they hit. But I have no idea if this is how it works lol.

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sounds to me like jakk's mines deal the dmg based on your items when you explode them. I would assume that leveling the ulti would mean that all mines on the map go up to the next lvl as well, since none of the damage is "saved" when you cast them, but instead is calculated when they hit an enemy.

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The way most damage triggers work is

  1. Unit takes damage from X
     
  2. Calculate Damage using OP FORMULA
     
  3. Deal Calculated Damage to unit from Damaging Hero

It's that simple. As whale said, it happens when the damage impacts.

 

 

You should most certainly pop Yamato when the Ult is about to hit. Yamato won't make the ult travel faster and if the effect wears off before it hits, then you won't get the bonus damage.

 

sounds to me like jakk's mines deal the dmg based on your items when you explode them. I would assume that leveling the ulti would mean that all mines on the map go up to the next lvl as well, since none of the damage is "saved" when you cast them, but instead is calculated when they hit an enemy.

 

Yes. Jakk lays down mines and the damage trigger calculates the damage based on his ult level. The mines themselves don't really "level up." But that's essentially the effect.

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