A rather complex hero to mathcraft about but lets give it a shot!

**Assume we are facing a team of Split damage**
Unlike

, Warwick has no resistance bonuses, but he can gain health 3 ways: through his

**passive, Q and Ultimate.**
**LEVELS 6**
Level 6 WW has base stats of 1050 Health, and 56 Armor and 57 Magic Resist (runes and masteries)

Now lets analyze and make assumptions on what happens when he gets into a early team fight at dragon.

He Q's someone for 10%(assume they have mr) of their health (roughly 1000) so his Q does 100 damage and heals him for

**80**.

He then autoattacks 3 times to gain

**76** health.

He takes alot of damage and decides to ultimate someone hitting them 5 times. During this time he is considered to have full stacks of his passive, and 30% lifesteal... so he will gain roughly 180 + 80 health for a total of

**260 health**
Immediately after his ult he Q's them again and heals for

**80 again**, before dieing.

So far he has gained a total of

**496** Health.

With this in-mind we can then assume that he effectively has roughly

**1500 Health and 60 Armor and 60 MR**... with no items. Pretty good

Our next goal will be 2000 hp, so we grab a

**LEVEL 11**
Level 11 with

Will have

**1850 Health**
With

**118 Armor and 123 Mr**
Another team fight at dragon...

He Q's for 20% of max health (2000) 400 damage which is reduced by mr to 200. He heals for 80% of this

**160**.

He then autoattacks 3 times again healing for

**108**
He Q's a second time healing

**160 **again

Then he ults Healing for 270 + 120 =

**390** Health

He Q's again

**160**
So effectively he has roughly

**1000 bonus health** from QX3, 3 autoattacks, and his ultimate.

So now we are sitting at

**2850 Health and 118 Armor and 123 Mr**
Our next goal will be 200 Armor and Mr

**Level 18**
Will have 2580 Health

and 265 Armor and 270 MR

A teamfight at Baron this time: in which he will heal for 1000+ (see above calculations)

Giving us a total of roughly

**3500+ Health and 270 Resistances**
Nicely balanced out.

Outdated but still very helpful, thanks :)