Camille is an elite operative who works to maintain order for Piltover’s established powers. It was her dedication to duty that led the Steel Shadow to transfigure her body into a hextech-powered death machine. When Camille’s tracking a target, she’s calm, relentless, and terribly precise.
Passive – Adaptive Defences: Camille’s basic attacks on champions grant a shield against her opponent’s primary damage type. Shields increase based on Camille max HP.
Q – Precision Protocol: Camille’s next basic attack slashes the enemy for bonus physical damage and grants a short burst of movement speed. For a brief period after the initial cast, Camille can recast Precision Protocol for an additional strike. If she waits for a short period of time, the ability’s second attack will deal extra bonus damage and is partially converted to true damage.
W – Tactical Sweep: Camille gathers energy, then blasts it forward in a cone, dealing physical damage to all targets hit. Enemies caught in the outer half of the sweep will be greatly slowed and take additional damage based on their maximum HP, healing Camille in the process.
E (Cast 1) Hookshot: Camille fires a hook shot in a target direction; if she strikes a wall, she’ll pull herself to it. She’ll then have a brief window to cast Wall Dive.
E (Cast 2) Wall Dive: Camille dashes in a target direction, stopping at the first champion hit and stunning all enemies in an area. If Camille dashes towards a champion, the range is increased and she gains bonus attack speed.
R – Hextech Ultimatum: Camille leaps onto a targeted enemy champion, imprisoning them in a zone and knocking away their allies. While the Ultimatum is active, the targeted enemy can’t leave the area by any means. This arena deactivates on its own after a brief period (or if Camille leaves the zone prematurely). While in the zone, Camille’s basic attacks deal additional magic damage.
I can see her in different lanes, or even the jungle, but she feels like a top laner to me. She could become lethal if the game is allowed to continue due to her mobility, and she can get on top of the enemy’s backline with ease, making her a nightmare for most team compositions.