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Is this item able to remove airborne? To be more specific, during Yasuo's ult, can this item or Mercurial Scimitar dismiss the effect of Yasuo's ult?

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    @mbomb007 That is not a duplicate of this question. It just so happens that the answer to that question also answers this one, but that does not mean the question itself is a duplicate. – Mage Xy Jan 16 '17 at 19:54
  • @MageXy The rule of thumb according to the meta is "If you ask a question similar to another question and it is likely to get the exact same answer, you have yourself a duplicate question." In this case, the answer already exists, so the likelihood is no longer in question. This question could be closed as a dup, which will then point at what it's a duplicate of, showing any lookers to the question with the info they seek. – mbomb007 Jan 16 '17 at 21:02
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From the wiki-

The active does not cancel or remove Airborne directly, but allows wielders to use mobility spells and Flash to overrule the effect.

So, used in conjunction with Flash, or a similar spell, you can remove the effects of airborne. This works not only with yasuo's knock up, but also with malphite and others who also have knock up abilities.

From what I understand about how knock ups work (from listening to casters of professional games) there are two parts to a knock up; the initial knock up which works similar to a knock back, and a secondary stun that immediately follows and lasts until the animation of your character falling to the ground completes. The qss will remove this secondary stun allowing you to issue movement commands again, but only movement spells like dashes or blinks break the falling animation and allow you to move again.

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  • Verified. Used with flash, qss can get you out of yasuo's ult. – Will Jan 16 '17 at 15:17
  • Speaking of Yasuo's Ult, is the applied damage effected by this if yes how? – empiric Jan 18 '17 at 19:50
  • @empiric can get you out of the CC, but not the damage. – Ramon Melo Jan 20 '17 at 18:03

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