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Jinx deal AoE damage with her auto-attack when rockets are toggled on.

Does this AoE transfer to the Runaan's projectiles too?

If so, can same target be hit by the AoE of several projectiles?

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Jinx is not yet a released champion. Therefore I think this question is offtopic. –  Colin D Sep 30 '13 at 16:04
    
@ColinD Jinx is released in PBE. –  3ventic Sep 30 '13 at 16:25
    
@3ventic did not know it was available in the PBE. However, I do not know how volatile the mechanics are on the PBE, so there is still a chance this question is not practically answerable/offtopic. related meta: meta.gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/5539/… –  Colin D Sep 30 '13 at 17:16
    
@ColinD "so there is still a chance this question is not practically answerable/offtopic" is one of the more silly things you can say about a question that is already ANSWERED. –  Wertilq Sep 30 '13 at 19:57
    
@Wertilq having an answer says nothing about the quality/relevancy of the question or answer. If the mechanic is changing often enough the question is not practically answerable, because the answer changes constantly. Having an answer for a specific instance in time does not change that. –  Colin D Sep 30 '13 at 20:31

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Yes Runaan's work with her Q, the miniprojectiles from Runaan's all proc the AoE damage.

Notice in the test video that an explosion happens each minion hit by any of the projectiles. The AoE damage can also crit, near doubling her damage output.

Note from creator of the champion

Rocket splash on individual Hurricane bolts is equal to the bolt's damage (50% AD) and can not crit. A single target hit by splash from the main attack and both hurricane bolts will take 210% damage (110% from main attack + 2x50% for the Hurricane bolts.

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