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How To Crush Your Friends In League Of Legends With Two Sweet Tips
By David Light : A how to tutorial about league of legends, gaming tips, video game strategies, Gaming with step by step guide from David Light.
Every day, thousands of gamers log onto League of Legends to play Riot Games' free DOTA-style video game, unfortunately most of them get crushed by the elite few that know all the tricks of the trade. The most popular tricks often involve one of the lesser used summoner spells in public games; the incredibly useful but oft-ignored teleport spell, and while these tricks can take weeks to master, it only takes a few moments to read on and learn them.
1. Fiddlesticks' Surprise -- If there is one sound that strikes fear into the heart of every experienced League of Legends player, it's the horrifying "Caw! Caw! Caw!" of Fiddlesticks' monstrous ultimate, which is nothing less than an area of effect spell of doom for everyone caught in its wake. The problem with this spell, of course, is its two-second channel time that requires you to be smart about when you're ready to attack. Surprisingly, few players realize the power of this ultimate when combined with the utility of the teleport summoner spell.
An awesome way to get the drop on your opponents with Fiddlesticks, is to lay a ward down in the farthest bushes on the top or bottom lane of the map. When done correctly, you can teleport in behind your opponent and out of sight, waiting for the right time to launch from the bushes and strike. This is particularly effective if for some reason you are playing Fiddlesticks in the lane, as you can recall base before quickly teleport behind them to create mass confusion.
2. Nunu's Trap -- Nunu is well-known in League of Legends to have one of the strongest ultimates in the game, capable of swallowing entire teams in its large radius and exploding them into a million bits. Unfortunately, this is perhaps the most difficult ultimate to land in the game as it has a long stationary channel that is easily interrupted and even more easily stepped out of.... that is, of course, unless you have the teleport summoner spell.
With the teleport spell at your disposal, Nunu can quickly become a frightful player for the opposing team. Try sneaking a ward right into the middle of the middle lane to teleport to later, and wait until your opponent's solo mid steps by it. When he does, teleport in and quickly ice-blast him for the slow effect, pop your ultimate and watch as he explodes with the help of a teammate already in that lane. This is an awesome technique because you will actually give yourself an additional second or so for your ultimate to go unnoticed, as your opponent will be extremely confused as to how you appeared next to him out of the middle of nowhere.
This is also an effective technique at grouping hot-spots, like Baron, Dragon, or a short distance in front of your middle tower. Placing a ward a bit in front of your middle tower is particularly rewarding, as once you teleport in and cast your ultimate while your opponents are attacking your tower, they will be pinched in and be forced to move into the tower where all your teammates await, or back toward you for an icy surprise of ultimate death.
About The Author
David is a former professional gamer, and League of Legends extraordinaire. When he's not teaching gamers how to pummel their foes in the online realm, he's teaching men how to impress a girl, or maybe three on his popular tips for men website.
Original article published on PubArticles.com
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