Vale ML Best Item Build, Spell, Emblem, Strategy Guide


Vale is the only hero in Mobile Legends whose passive lets you upgrade and add effect to your skills depending on the playstyle you want.

In this guide, we’re going to teach you how you can adequately execute Vale’s skill and understand his gameplay.

How To Use Vale Skill

Passive: Windtalk 

Gain up to 10 Windtalk stacks for each kill or assist. This skill will give you a maximum of 80 points of movement when you reach the maxed stacks.

Upgrade one of your skills when you reach Level 4, 6 and 8.

First Skill: Wind Blade (Available for Windtalk Upgrade)

Summon two wind blades in an area that deals up to 450 Total Magic Damage.

Upgrade: Choose either you want to increase the area effect or increase the damage of Wind Blade.

Second Skill: Windblow (Available for Windtalk Upgrade)

Summon a whirlwind onto your enemies that deals 410 Magic Damage and slows them by 40% for 2 seconds.

Upgrade: You can choose whether you want to have a Stop-on-hit Effect or a Knock-Airbone Effect.

Ultimate: Windstorm (Available for Windtalk Upgrade)

Unleash a windstorm in a designated area that will explode after 1.5 seconds dealing up 1200 total Magic Damage.

Upgrade: You can choose whether you want additional crowd control effect of Windstorm or increased magic damage.

Best Item Build For Vale

Your item build will depend on what you want to specialise in if you wish to be a burst magic damage or a crowd controller.

Here’s the recommended burst damage item build for Vale:

  • Arcane Boots
  • Clock of Destiny
  • Lightning Truncheon
  • Genius Wand
  • Holy Crystal
  • Divine Glaive

Spare Equipment:

  • Concentrated Energy
  • Necklace of Endurance
Vale Mage Build

Here’s the recommended crowd control item build for Vale:

  • Magic Shoes
  • Lightning Truncheon
  • Fleeting Time
  • Ice Queen Wand
  • Enchanted Talisman
  • Concentrated Energy

Spare Equipment:

  • Oracle
  • Necklace of Endurance
Vale Crowd Control Build


The recommended emblem to use for Vale is the Mage emblem.

If you’ve already maxed out the Mage emblem, here’s the recommended sub-talent point distribution:

+ 3 points on Flow – it will increase your Magic Power by 4% per level.

+ 3 points on Observation – it will increase your Magic PEN by 2% per level

Choose Magic Worship for the Talent.

Vale Gameplay Tips & Strategy

Positioning is key.

Your role is to nuke the enemies and control the clash whilst at the back.

Your skill upgrades will depend on your team’s lineup or enemy heroes.

Ideally, if you have an enemy that has a skill dash like Gusion, Balmond, or Harith, it’s best if you choose the Knock-airborne effect since the Stop-on-hit Effect won’t be practical. Contrary, choose the Stop-on-hit effect if you have enemies that don’t have a dash or blink skill like Eudora, Bane, Layla.

Here’s the suggested skill upgrade for burst damage:

  • Lvl 4 – Windstorm: Death
  • Lvl 6 – Windblade: Sorrow
  • Lvl 8 – Windblow: Fix

Here’s the suggested skill upgrade for crowd control:

  • Lvl 4 – Windstorm: Gather
  • Lvl 6 – Windblade: Scatter
  • Lvl 8 – Windblow: Control

For me, the best skill upgrade would be a balance of the two specialisations.

  • Lvl 4 – Windstorm: Death
  • Lvl 6 – Windblade: Scatter
  • Lvl 8 – Windblow: Fix or Control (it will always depend on your enemy)

Battle Spell

Flicker is one of the best battle spells that you can use for Vale for extra mobility.

You can also choose Flameshot for added magic damage and knockback.

How to use Vale ML Combo

Vale combo is pretty basic and easy to manoeuvre. You have to make sure that you land all your skills perfectly onto your enemies to get the damage you want.

Main Combo: Second skill (Knock-airborne effect) → ULT → First Skill → Flameshot

Use this combo if you have an ally that’s an initiator like Tigreal, Atlas: ULT → Second skill → First Skill

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