Originally Posted by Gorsgan
Passive: this is Liandry's Torment for auto attack and you get mana back. Usually to get mana back you have to get an ability. But no you get 5% of their health as mana. Which is quite a bit after awhile. So you've made a laning god.
Q: I see nothing wrong here.
W:Alright... I don't understand this ability. Number of souls used? what does that mean? In combat? Wha...?
E: Alright, how about instead of making it to where it is either a flat amount or souls. How about you add them together (like Syndra's ult). Same with Q.
R. Neat. But I don'y like the idea of someone having to wait for their ult to farm up
The Passive is also on a champion that 90% of the time will be losing mana at an insane pace thanks to the Ult (which you'll probably have on most of the time) combined with the costs of all his other skills. It's entirely to offset what would otherwise be an extremely expensive skillset that would make play frustrating.
You should also judge this entire champion while keeping in mind WHY it was made, and the limits with which it was made. It was part of a contest, which limited what I could put in it in a lot of ways, as I had to match skills to pre-selected names. That takes a LOT more creativity than any other champion concept would.
With the Ult, lets say you have 100 souls. Using W, it would cost 10 souls, so it fires 10 souls out.
As for reworking the skills to add bonuses for souls and a flat base, that can't be balanced without reworking the entire system for the champion (impossible to do really at this point, as I'd prefer to preserve the champion as it was at the end of the contest at least for the most part).