Basic Attack Damage
Attacks per Second
Gadget is a ranged Caster who uses her trusty bots to control and deny large areas. When engaging team fights, drop your Ultimate in the middle of the enemy team and they'll have to split up, allowing your team to pick off targets.
Ranged basic attack dealing Basic Damage.
Splash Damage: 0%
Seek & Destroy
Gadget deploys an airborne bot projectile that can be reactivated to stop in place and begin dealing Ability Damage over 3 seconds to enemies in range, while applying a 48/54%Movement SpeedSlow.
Movement Speed Slow: 48/50/52/54% Power Scaling: 3.13 Mana Cost: 100/110/120/130
Gadget launches a mine projectile that will attach to any unit within the area (enemies are prioritized). After 2.5 seconds, the mine explodes, dealing Ability Damage.
Detonation Delay: 2.5 Power Scaling: 3.55 Mana Cost: 100/110/120/130
Ability Damage: 140/240/339/439 Projectile Max Range: 1700 Cooldown: 6
Gadget deploys a gate that gives allies a 30/45% Movement Speed boost that decays over 4 seconds.
Movement Speed Boost: 30/35/40/45% Gate Duration: 5 Cooldown: 10
Speed Boost Duration: 4 Mana Cost: 75
Gadget's Tesla Dome applies five ticks of damage over 4 seconds to all enemies in the area dealing Ability Damage and applies a 75% Movement SpeedSlow for 0.25 seconds per tick. After each tick, the damage is increased by 75%.
Enjoys the company of machines more than people. Undecided about androids.
Joined the Mechanica at fifteen. Left it at sixteen.
Gadget takes a brief respite to relax on her robo-arm.
Sometimes Gadget lets her robot arm win. But not often.
"I don't think so, buddy." - Gadget
"This is how I won first place in the Mechanica talent competition! And I've still got it." - Gadget
Gadget had a relationship with Twinblast. (stated by developers)
“Gadget is an ace mechanic who prefers robots to people. She was expelled from the Mechanica trade school when her childhood friend, TwinBlast, used her first year exam project--a record-breaking racing bike--in a robbery for the Ying Mei Cartel. Fortunately, she was already better than most of her teachers.”