In Marvel Super War Black Panther is a jungler with a deadly set of skills. He uses his vibranium suit for damage and protection and all of his supernatural powers granted by his God Bast, including the improved movement, strength, and agility. Also, his hunter instincts are enhanced and he can easily slay the last foe he attacked even if they try to flee.
Black Panther was a first black superhero in comic books, he was made back in 1966. His superhero name is actually a title given to the chief of the Panther tribe, Wakanda. His tribes’ most valuable possession is a vibranium ore from a meteorite that fell from the sky a long time ago. His father kept it hidden, knowing that the aggressors will try to claim it, and he was right. The supervillain Ulysses Klaw tried to claim the vibranium for himself, and he killed T’Chaka in the process. Young T’Challa (our protagonist) tried to avenge his father and used the sound weapon that he took from Klaw to annihilate his army. He succeeded and chased away the invaders, injuring Ulysses in the process. Afterward, T’Challa went on a path to become a leader of the people of Wakanda, and he completed them, becoming King of Wakanda – Black Panther. On his path, he met a young girl and quickly fell in love, but that love didn’t last long, for his only craving was to avenge the death of his father. That young girl later became known as Storm. The first thing the young king did, was to sell a small portion of the vibranium to the selected buyers and amass wealth that he will later use to improve the defensive technologies and to study abroad for a while. After returning the came up with the plan to test himself before attacking Klaw. He invited the Fantastic Four and attacked them, but they’ve managed to subdue him, and he had to explain his actions. They were obviously satisfied with the explanation and decided to help the young king, but later on, he returned the favor, helping them defeat the Psycho-Man. He became the fully pledged member of the Avengers.
He was portrayed by Chadwick Boseman in movies, but he is the main protagonist in only one of them.
- Easy to play. There is only one skill that requires targeting, the rest are auto-targeted. This makes Panther a user-friendly hero and a good option to new players, despite the fact that he has four active skills
- Great burst damage. He can melt down any foe except the tank in a few seconds regardless of their remaining health
- Excellent finisher. His ultimate is absolutely devastating to any foe that has less than ¼ health, it is an instant kill and it doesn’t even require targeting
- Weak to cc. Like most junglers he is prone to crowd controls, and being a melee jungler you need to be extra careful
Black Panther Item Build
Black Panther early game (lvl 8)
Vibranium Armor is the name of his natural passive, and it absorbs part of the damage you receive for the first two seconds, and then it explodes, harming the foes in a close range. The explosion depends on the damage you have soaked beforehand. The cooldown of this passive is reduced each time you hit the enemy with any of your abilities.
Focus at leveling up the Panther Claws first. This is your bread and butter throughout the round damage-wise. You want to unlock all of your abilities prior to focusing on this one. The Panther will attack everything in the arc in front of him with both claws dealing tremendous damage (for a basic ability). The second ability you want to level up should be Bast’s Shadow. It will make your character charge in a specified direction. After you hit the first foe, your character will stop and hit some foes behind the target slowing them for two seconds. This is a great skill for engaging foes, and you’ll use it more often than the third skill – Panther Strike. This one will stun the specified target, but it will also harm them significantly in the process. Your ultimate is King of Wakanda. Black Panther gets ready for like half a second and then he pounces the last target he attacked, slaughtering them in the process. He will also harm any of the surrounding foes, but for the reduced effect.
His skillset makes Black Panther highly capable of hunting in Marvel Super War. He will hunt monsters and heroes with the same fierce strength, and in the right hands, he is truly a deaths’ incarnate. You want to start by going through the jungle for the red buff. Clear every monster around and go for the blue buff. After you clear out this part of the jungle it’s time to start roaming the lanes. Start with the middle lane, try to gank the opposing mage and go straight for the bottom lane. Don’t waste your time trying to kill the enemy tank in the top lane, it is not going to happen. You don’t have any armor-piercing and he is probably building his first defensive item at the moment. When you get to the bottom try to shut down the damage dealer first. If they are close to their tower, don’t try to gank them, try to go for the enemy jungle and their jungler instead. Note that you don’t want to attack the enemy jungler if he has only three abilities, as he will have his ultimate unlocked at this moment and you can’t cope with that. Instead, wait for level 6 to unlock your ulti and then go for him. Your red buff monster and the other two around him should respawn at this point, so go ahead and clear them out again. It’s all about efficiency, if you don’t have a suitable target to attack go for the jungle. Don’t waste your time roaming around doing nothing.
Black Panther mid-late game
When you come across a suitable foe (read: solo in the lane, and not a tank) there is a preferred combo you want to use. Start with Bast’s Shadow to come in close for a first punch. Follow it by your main basic ability – Panther Claws. One quick basic attack and then you should use the Panther Strike and stun your foe. Follow this by another basic attack or two. As the foe will probably be low on health at this point (or outright dead) it is safe to assume that he will try to use the blink to run off. Use your ultimate and finish him off. Even if he uses a blink he won’t be able to escape the inevitable doom. This combo will kill any foe that doesn’t have defensive items. When the team fights start you want to roam around the enemy team and try to prey upon some of the squishy enemy heroes like a marksman, mage, or a jungler. Always wait for the fight to start before jumping in and trying to get the kill, because if someone stops you in the middle of the fray you will die. Also, try not to go for the foes through the middle of the fight, go around. You might lose some time, but it’s better than losing health. There will be all sorts of effects flying around, and you don’t want to catch any of that. After you flank your target, you want to stick with it until its dead. Try not to hit any other foes before using the ultimate, as it might charge the wrong foe instead and you will lose a clean kill. After you kill one foe, take a moment to assess the situation around you. If your team is losing go back the same way you came, not through the middle. In case you have the advantage, press on, and pounce another foe with the same combo. Try to clear the backline and then go for the tanks and bruisers.