Mobile Legends: Bang Bang has released yet another Hero, Beatrix! She is a unique Marksman hero that can switch between 4 different guns, giving her a versatile skill set with multiple playstyles. She is able to equip any 2 of a submachine gun, a grenade launcher, a sniper, or a shotgun. The variety of combinations of close-range, mid-range, and long-range combat make her a very flexible hero that is useful in any situation. We have previously made a detailed hero analysis of Beatrix as she made his appearance in the MLBB advanced server. In this guide, we will cover how to build and play Beatrix in Mobile Legends, starting from her skills, to emblems and spell recommendations, and finally to items and gameplay tips.
We have previously discussed how to master playing with other Mobile Legends heroes like Miya, Ling, Wanwan, Pharsa, Carmilla, Silvanna, Hayabusa, Atlas, Luo Yi, Yu Zhong, Aurora, Khaleed, Freya, Khufra, X.Borg, Lesley, Tigreal, Hylos, Valir, Cecilion, Lylia, Uranus, Barats, Odette, Angela, Vale, Rafaela, Hanzo, Esmeralda, Brody, Lapu-Lapu, Nana, Benedetta, Hilda, Mathilda, Selena, Miya, Jawhead, Chou, Paquito, Thamuz, Lunox, Yi Sun-Shin, Yve, Gatotkaca, Karrie, and Ruby. So make sure to check these hero guides as well. For now, let’s focus on Beatrix.
Beatrix is a very unique hero, with a very large skill set. She is different from a regular Marksman as she has 4 different guns to choose from, giving her a different basic Attack and Ultimate with each different gun. Her Skill 1 and Skill 2 are the only constants in her skillset. In this Beatrix guide, let’s see what are her abilities in Mobile Legends, and when you can use which skill to get the best out of her.
Passives – Mechanical Genius
Her extraordinary talent in the field of mechanics allowed Beatrix to produce 4 weapon(s) of truly awe-inspiring firepower. Beatrix cannot Crit, and converts every 1% Critical Chance gained into 1 Physical Attack.
Longshot: Fires a powerful shot in the enemy’s current direction, dealing 225 (+450% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage to the first target hit (this shot can be dodged, or blocked by others. Deals 60% damage to creeps.)
Area Bombing: Choose a location to bombard, dealing 120(+240% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage to all enemies in that area and slowing them by 30% for 0.5s (Deals 60% damage to creeps).
Proximity Advantage: Fire 5 shots at the target, each one dealing 75(+150% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage (damage dealt with targets hit multiple times decays to 60%. Deals 60% damage to creeps).
Rapid Fire: Let loose a volley of 4 shots, each one dealing 26(+52% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage (deals 60% damage to creeps).
Skill 1 – Masterful Gunner
- Passive: Beatrix can carry 2 weapons at once, and increase her Physical Attack by 5 (grows by 5 at each level)
- Active: Beatrix takes 1s/0.9s/0.8s/0.7s/0.6s/0.5s to swap her primary weapon with the secondary she has slung over her back, gaining an all-new way to attack and Ultimate.
Skill 2 – Tactical Reposition
Beatrix slides forward, and fully reloads her current weapon. This skill’s animation will change depending on the weapon she’s using but the effect will be the same regardless of the weapon.
Beatrix wields Renner calmly upon the battlefield, aiming at the enemy. When releasing the skill, she deals 700 (+250% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage to the first enemy hit. Gains 50% Physical Lifesteal, but is not affected by Spell Vamp.
Beatrix focuses her rage, and she has Bennett rain down a bombardment in a set area 5 times. Each bombardment slows the target by 30% and deals 685 (+255% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage to enemies hit (this damage decaying to 10% when hitting the same target multiple times), lasting 1s. This skill gets 25% Physical Lifesteal but is not affected by Spell Vamp.
Beatrix raises Wesker and fires off ultra bullets that deal 295(+110% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage each time they hit an enemy (the damage of successive hits on the same enemy decays by 25%, but falls no lower than 25% base damage.) This skill gets 50% Physical Lifesteal but is not affected by Spell Vamp.
Beatrix squeezes the trigger to greet oncoming enemies with a 6-shot volley from Nibiru, inflicting 225(+60% Total Physical ATK) Physical Damage to each hit. This skill gets 25% Physical Lifesteal but is not affected by Spell Vamp.
Beatrix owning 4 different guns and being able to equip 2 guns at once gives her a very flexible way to play. The 2 best combinations of guns to equip are either Nibiru + Bennett or Renner + Wesker. Nibiru and Bennett as a combo allow you to play safer, as Nibiru is the only gun with auto-aim, and Bennett has a large Area of Effect (AoE).
While it may have a small amount of damage early on with no items, with 2-3 core items later in the game will see Beatrix deal a ton of damage. With the Renner Wesker combo, you have the capability to launch burst damage output either at a close range or long range. This second combo has good damage in the Early game, but the low ammo count and dependence on aim shots make it hard to keep consistent in the late game.
Skill-up method for Beatrix
Beatrix should prioritize upgrading Skill 1, Ultimate when available, then Skill 2. Upgrading Skill 1 will provide Beatrix with an additional 5 Physical Attack at every level, up to a total of +30 Physical Attack at the max level. Upgrading Skill 2 will reduce its cooldown, but will not have any other additional benefits, so prioritizing Skill 1 is a better strategy.
Best Emblem Set and Spells for Beatrix in Mobile Legends
Setup your Custom Assassin Emblem in this order:
- Agility (+3)
- Invasion (+3)
- Killing Spree
For Beatrix, recommended battle spells to take are either Purify, Aegis, or Flicker. Purify will allow you to escape sticky situations where you are controlled, and Aegis will give you a safety net in 1v1 situations or where you are ambushed and are receiving a high amount of burst damage. Flicker is also okay but not recommended, because Beatrix already has a Blink skill, so it may be redundant.
Best Builds for Beatrix in Mobile Legends
With so many weapons to choose from, Beatrix has different builds to suit each gun as well. There are Builds that focus on Attack Speed, Physical Burst, and Sustainability. These builds are the recommended setup, but if you have a unique way to play Beatrix, feel free to use your own build as well!
Renner + Wesker Build
For the Renner and Wesker combination, you will want to build items that have a high Physical Attack Bonus. Renner and Wesker benefit greatly from Beatrix’s Total Physical Attack, and since they have a very small ammo count (1 and 2 respectively), you want to make sure you land your shots, and that your shots hurt. Aside from Swift Boots, having Blade of Heptaseas as the first item allows Beatrix to deal additional damage with the first shot.
Blade of Despair is a classic item to greatly boost Physical Attack, and Malefic Roar will add on to the Physical Penetration stat from Blade of Heptaseas, while also allowing Beatrix to push the turret quicker. This works well with Renner and Wesker, as they can attack the turret even from outside the range, so with no minions around, you can still chip away at the turret’s health. Lastly, Queen’s Wings and Immortality give you some much-needed Defense in the late game. You can switch Immortality at the end for Jungler Machete earlier on if you are playing as a Jungler.
Nibiru + Bennett Build
For the Nibiru/Bennett focused playstyle, there is a higher emphasis on Attack Speed, because these guns have 5 ammo each. So, Demon Hunter Sword and Golden Staff are key here, because they can deal damage based on the enemy’s HP%, taking down tanky enemies quickly. Blade of Despair can be interchanged with other items that also boost Attack Speed like Wind of Nature, Sea Halberd, or Windtalker.
Remember that taking items like Scarlet Phantom or Windtalker will give you a Critical Chance that will be converted to a Physical Attack because Beatrix cannot Crit as part of her Passive. Lastly, Queen’s Wings and Immortality are good to provide some Defense in the Late Game. You can switch Immortality at the end for Jungler Machete earlier on if you are playing as a Jungler.
As for the Sustainability Build, it is compatible with any of the guns, but not necessarily tailored to any one of them. This Build is good for Players who are starting out learning Beatrix as a Jungler and are worried about being ambushed often. The Raptor Machete and Blade of Despair ensure that you will have enough Physical Attack to kill your enemies.
The Warrior Boots can be interchanged with Tough Boots as well, depending on the enemy lineup. Brute Force Breastplate is an excellent item to build, as it can provide both Physical and Magic Defense, and grants Movement Speed as well, stacking on Basic Attack, which is perfect for Beatrix. Lastly, Queen’s Wings and Immortality serve to beef up your late game tankiness so you won’t die as easily.
Mobile Legends Beatrix Gameplay Tips
As a Marksman, Beatrix will usually go to the Gold Lane as an offlaner or to the Mid Lane as a Jungler. Her early game damage is good, but not enough to take the First Blood or pressure enemies, so it’s better to focus first on farming your core items first. However, a player must need a good understanding of the map to bring the best out of any hero. In the Mid and Late game, you will have more opportunities to get kills and push lanes, just be sure to keep farming and you will win the game. Our Mobile Legends Beatrix guide includes the perfect game plan for the early, mid, and late game in the game.
As mentioned above, Beatrix can deal some damage at Level 1 or 2, but it is better to focus on farming. When Jungling, using Wesker is the best because it has the relatively best reload speed to damage ratio. Since she has no Mana, you can start by killing the Core Guard first to obtain the Orange Buff. Move on to take or contest the Lithowanderer, before moving on to the Jungle camps in the Bottom Lane. Assist your offlaner if needed, and move on to secure the purple buff and the Top Lane Jungle camps. Afterward, prepare to take the Turtle. Communicate with your Tank and Support to help you take the first Turtle because you will definitely have a hard time taking it. Continue farming and gank in large groups to ensure a successful ambush.
In Gold Lane, you will still have to focus on farming, but be extra cautious of the surroundings around you, so it can reduce the chances of being ganked. You are extremely vulnerable as Beatrix in the early game, so be careful against your matchup. Take last hits on the minions to gain additional Gold, so you can build your items faster. Ask your team for a gank to win the lane early.
In the Mid Game, you should ideally have maxed your 15 Jungle Stacks, and are continuing to secure Turret and Turtle objectives with your team. Make sure that you constantly roam with your Tank if possible and gank lanes often. Clear minions if you need to, but having the Jungle item will allow you to benefit from killing Jungle minions more. A good ambush strategy is to either have Wesker or Bennett as your primary weapon and wait in a bush with your tank. As the Tank charges into CC the enemy, you can launch either Bennett’s Rage or Wesker’s Elation to deal Burst damage, and continue to deal damage with their Basic Attacks.
In the Mid Game, your priority will be pushing Turrets. Both Bennett and Renner can hit hard, and from outside the Turret range so equipping these when pushing the Turret is the best. If your lane matchup is still in the lane, ask for a gank to kill them before pushing the lane, so it is safe. If your lane is already pushed, gank the other lanes and roam with your team to secure objectives.
In the late game, your priority is to stay alive! You will have an insane amount of damage output in the late game, but only 1 or 2 (if you take Flicker) Blink skills to move around quickly. The enemy team will be targeting you in fights, so stay behind your tank and keep a good distance when kiting the enemy. Use Bennett when initiating team fights due to its high AoE, or Nibiru in a 1v1 situation. This will ensure that you are dealing with the optimal amount of damage. If there are any turrets left, you can try securing these as well with your team. With a huge gold lead, you can kill the Lord to give your team minions a buff to end the game.
In the late game, you have a much bigger responsibility to deal damage in team fights. You will be the enemies’ second priority next to your Jungler teammate, so be sure to keep your distance while fighting and don’t dive in too deep. Keep your Skill 2 at the ready at all times in case you need to reload and dash in to secure a kill or to retreat from a fight. Make sure that Turrets are being pushed and you help to increase the damage output.
Pros and Cons of Beatrix
- Versatile skill set, the build can be adjusted to enemies
- High damage output
- Can play multiple roles in different lanes
- Hard to master all playstyles
- Squishy, vulnerable to burst
- Dependent on items and farm
Counters and Synergies for Beatrix
Lets take a look at some of the best counters and synergies for Beatrix in Mobile Legends, that will guide you to be a better player.
He is a very slippery Assassin, which will make it difficult for Beatrix to land her shots on him. He also has a high Burst damage, and can easily take Beatrix out.
Kaja is an amazing support that can suppress the enemy, giving Beatrix a clear target to shoot. His Slow will also give Beatrix an easier time aiming her shots.
Lolita’s Skill 2 is very annoying for all skill casters, and especially for Beatrix. Lolita is able to block most of Beatrix’s skills and attacks, and send them back in one huge blow.
One of the best CC tanks, Atlas can group up enemies and is a very good combo with Beatrix’s Bennet (Rocket Launcher), dealing massive damage to enemies at once.
Karina’s Skill 1 will make her immune to Basic Attacks, which sadly includes all 4 of Beatrix’s guns. Karina also has a high burst, and can easily take Beatrix down.
Silvanna is one of the heaviest CC characters, and her Ultimate gives Beatrix a very small area to deal tons of damage. Coupled with the stun from Silvanna’s Skill 1, Silvanna can make aiming much easier for Beatrix.
Similarly equipped with a sniper rifle, Lesley has a superior range to Beatrix and the benefit of having an auto-aimed Basic Attack. Lesley can out-gun Beatrix in most situations and can prevent Beatrix from escaping by using her Ultimate.
This tanky mage is a very good complement to Beatrix, as she is able to draw attention while Beatrix kites the enemy safely from the backline.
Despite being recently released, Beatrix is already quite a devastating hero to have by your side or to deal with as an enemy. Her versatility and flexibility are her best assets, as she can adjust to the enemy lineup as she wants.
With a good balance of Burst and Sustained Damage, Beatrix can kill just about anyone and live to tell the tale. Be sure to keep a good distance when fighting and wait for your team to initiate fights. Keep practicing, and good luck! These tips will surely help you to guide easy wins with Beatrix in Mobile Legends.
That’s all for today’s Mobile Legends Beatrix Guide. Do you prefer to use Beatrix in any other way? Let us know in the comment section below!