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I think recalling removes stealth on champions like Akali or Teemo, that need to do nothing to remain stealthed, but perhaps for Evelynn or Twitch, who can move while stealthed, can they recall without removing stealth?

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Did you check the LoL wiki? –  Adam Arold Jul 22 '12 at 23:01
    
I have, it gives all the characters and their abilities that give stealth, but it says absolutely nothing about how recalling affects stealth. –  Dara Marshall Jul 22 '12 at 23:04
    
It's weird. Maybe you can edit the wiki pages to contain this information. –  Adam Arold Jul 22 '12 at 23:06
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Recalling counts as an action and thus removes "remove on action" stealth effects (which, if im not mistaken, are all stealth effects currently in the game) There is one trick though: If you use a stealth skill and start recalling before the stealth actually kicks in, you will recall invisible (For example with twitch using ambush, then instantly starting to recall and going invisible after pressing b)

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actually i will go throught the champs for you:

teemo: he gets out of stealth and cant get into stealth while recalling

eve after rework: dont know seriously

akali: she gets revealed short time (just like when she attacks)

twitch: he will get revealed BUT if you use recall during the 1.5 sec which are needed to go into stealth you will recall in stealth (check twitch re-mastered spotlight, phhreak is explaining)

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So presumably you could say the same thing about Evelynn's before-stealth time, because she has to attack or cast a spell to break her stealth? –  Dara Marshall Jul 22 '12 at 23:09
    
exactly, eve needs 8 seconds i think to reenter stealth, if you start recalling when there is 1 sec left till you go invis, you will go invisible and recall invisble (i think) –  Jacimovski Jul 22 '12 at 23:26
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