|UNIQUE - Awe: Grants bonus attack damage equal to 2% maximum mana.|
|UNIQUE - Mana Charge: Grants a charge every 8 seconds, up to 4 charges. Affecting an enemy or ally with an attack or an ability consumes a charge and grants +3 mana, doubled if it's a champion, up to a maximum of 360 mana. Upon reaching this cap, this item transforms into |
|Limitations||Limited to 1 Tear item.|
|+ + + 750|
|Total Cost: 2600|
|Sold For: 1820|
- Assuming a charge is gained every 4 seconds, the 750 mana charge takes 10 minutes to max.
- Manamune grants a total of 30 attack damage by itself at zero stacks.
- When gaining maximum mana from Mana Charge, you preserves your percent current mana.
- The Mana Charge stacking does not stack when holding multiple
Tear of the Goddess ,
Archangel's Staff or
Manamune. It is possible to stack a new Tear of the Goddess after upgrading fully the previous one into either
Seraph's Embrace or
- The bonus stats granted by Awe are not shared between
Archangel's Staff /
Seraph's Embrace. This means that with both item lines you will get both the bonus attack damage and ability power from both items.
- On the other hand, the mana refund granted by Awe is shared and only the highest refund value will apply.
- Selling Tear of the Goddess and its upgrades removes the bonus mana.
- Spells which does not cost any mana will not generate any charge.
Manamune can be stacked on manaless champions through basic attacks.
- Manamune may be used to charge
Archangel's Staff using only basic attacks, as Archangel's Staff's transformation takes priority.
- Mana Charge acts as an on-hit effect.
- On the Howling Abyss, this item is replaced by
Manamune (Quick Charge) which makes each charge grant +6 mana instead of +5.
- It also holds a different item code than the regular Manamune (3008).
- The name "Manamune" is a reference to the legendary swordsmith Masamune, who is widely regarded as Japan's greatest swordsmith.
- Therefore, the item's name should be pronounced 'mah-nah-moo-nay'.
- The Manamune was created accidentally by Alowicious Chucat while he was working with a blueprint for a different item.
- The icon of Manamune has a high resemblance to the sword Soul Calibur, from the Soul series of fighting games.