Heroes of the Storm Qhira Build Guide

Qhira is a Melee Assassin hero in the Heroes of the Storm universe. She is very mobile, fast and deadly. Her Trait, Grappling Hook allows her to both effectively attack and evade pursuit. High damage and unpredictable skills make her the perfect Bounty Hunter.

Qhira - Realmless Bounty Hunter

Primary Abilities

Carnage

Unleash your sword in the target direction, continuously dealing 30 damage to enemies caught in its path.

Blood Rage

Passive: Basic Attack and Ability damage cause enemies to bleed for 44 damage over 4 seconds. Stacks 5 times.
Active: Qhira deals 32 damage and heals for 85 Health per enemy Hero affected. Damage and healing is increased by 50% per each additional stack on that Hero.

Revolving Sweep

Attach your sword on the first enemy Hero hit, dealing 96 damage and Stunning them for 0.25 seconds. Once attached, Qhira becomes Immune to all effects, swinging around the target for 2.75 seconds and dealing 105 damage to enemies between you and the target. Re-activate to send you to the target's location knocking them away, dealing 108 damage and Stunning them for 0.75 seconds.

Heroic Abilities

Unrelenting Strikes

Deal 44 damage to nearby enemies every 0.5 seconds for 2.5 seconds as your sword grows outward. Upon expiring, deal 160 damage to nearby enemy Heroes and Stun them for 1.5 seconds.

Final Strike

After 1 second, deal 395 damage to enemies in a line. This damage is increased by 25% against enemy Heroes who are below 50% Health.

Trait

Grappling Hook

Qhira fires a grappling hook that pulls her to terrain it contacts. If an enemy Hero is hit, they take 35 damage and Qhira launches at them, kicking them for an additional 108 damage. Can be used while Revolving Sweep is active.

Talent Build Cheatsheet

Copy build code*[T2122112,Qhira]

*Select a hero, open talents, click on options near build variations and click paste build to enter the code into HOTS directly. After that, you will have the build from the current cheatsheet marked with hearts.

DoT Bleeding Build Build

Level

Recommended

Alternative

1

Fatal Wounds

Maximum Effort

4

Upstage

Your Pain, My Gain

7

Healmonger

Siphoning Link

10

Final Strike

Unrelenting Strikes

13

Chainsaw

The Hunted

16

Booming Kick

Swing Life Away

20

Unleashed Potential

Silent Killer

Useful Strategies and Tips

Grappling Hook is a versatile skill that allows you to initiate a fight or leave a fight. Can be used during Revolving Sweep to give unpredictability in combat.

Carnage has a short cooldown and low mana cost. It pierces through enemies, which inflicts significant damage to all enemies that fall within his radius.

Blood Rage is the main source of damage. Bleed DoT deals significant damage, and Carnage and Revolving Sweep allow you to very quickly attack several enemies in a short time. In addition, activating this ability allows you to not only deal additional damage, but also restore health.

Revolving Sweep. After you are attached to an enemy Hero, you can re-activate this skill to push the target to the desired location (for example, closer to your team) or create a distance between its target.

Final Strike this long range attack is great for finishing off enemy heroes. Just remember about 1 second channeling time.

Unrelenting Strikes this skill will be indispensable in team fighting, especially in narrow corridors.

Synergies and Counters

Qhira synergizes with Support Heroes with healing and movement debuffs (such as Anduin, Malfurion or Rehgar), Tanks with heavy Crowd Control (such as Arthas) and Heroes, who can quickly assist her in engagements around the map (such as Abathur or Dehaka).

Qhira is countered by Heroes with lots of Crowd Control skills (such as Muradin or E.T.C.) and High Mobility Heroes (such as Tracer or Lucio).

Strengths and Weaknesses
      • Great mobility
      • Good laning sustain
      • High DoT damage
      • Skillshot based damage
      • Weak to CC
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