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Even on minions. Making yourself an escape is the best part of playing lee.
Having your escape flash out of your w range is the worst part of playing lee.
Ever since I've picked up lee, I can pretty easily spot out a bad one. I mean, I'm no Insec but god damn it's like people don't know what his w is.
I just imagined that we were making out.
You can buy a Panasonic 50" TC50 for the same cash. Brand new. Best budget plasma on the market, IMO. Not in the game anymore, but I used to sell home theater stuff.
Thing is, our composition was good relative to theirs. My ADC played similarly to me, and I got him on a spree, but we eventually lost bot because our mid left mid, so their mid (Swain) went bot with the jungler (Noc) and raped us.
Their ADC didn't even get any kills until the final minute. So I mean, they got carried by Swain alone. It was frustrating.
Support in ranked is infuriating.
No matter how well you do, everyone else can still throw it, and you can't do anything. Enemy team was carried on the back of Swain because he had like 4 kills at 10 minutes.
lmao 17 is actually the one I'm on next
the description says it's probably their first game so I'm going to assume it's about his lowest-skill level game ever
HUSH I'M TRYING TO PREVENT FURION PLAY
SHEdit: omg what the hell are these kids doing
One problem with undying is he falls off later into the game because he doesn't really do much other than destroy in lane and win earlier-mid teamfights. Also mana might become a problem, so you need to make the most out of your decay and get a ring of basilius or however it's spelled.
Yeah don't play rubrick until you know most heroes spells or you can end up giving night stalker an unexpected night time.
Just random heroes for now that way you get the bonus gold so if you **** up its not as bad as if you picked said hero.
Did you ever see this?
I first played sandking a lot when I got into Dota, but that's because he was extremely similar to fiddlesticks with his ult at least.
Undying is a really good hero for new players because he's an absolute monster early game.
If you support you can learn the basics of the game, while letting the rest of the team decide your fate (unless you're someone like warlock who can single handedly win teamfights with his ult)
Also take note that dota 2 is way different then league, in the sense that, in league pretty much anyone can carry and has good presence at most stages of the game due to things like ap scaling.
In dota 2 there is an item that makes you immuine to magic for 10 seconds the first time you use it and has no AP scaling, so spell casters typically don't make it to the final stages of the game. Also each hero is unique in comparison to LoL where every hero usually follows this same outline (AD carries had their steroid, cc, etc)
The games are similar but way different.
i don't think randoming is the best way to learn, actually. it's more of a good way to not be useful 80% of the time if you don't know exactly what you're doing. it's hard to recommend more than the basic noob heroes. just pick whatever you find interesting; most won't be much harder or easier than others. at least if you actively pick your hero you can read up a little before you get started
rubick is one of the most fun heroes and you should definitely try him, but if you don't know what every spell in the game does, what it looks like and a general idea of its cooldown/mana cost etc. you're not gonna be the most useful
You should probably look at undying. His kit involves:
Decay - Stealing 4 str for ******edly good early game and harass
Soul Rip - Nuke and heal in one spell
Tomb stone -Insane team presence with zombie spam everywhere
Flesh golem (ult) - Even more team fight presence with his ult that creates an aura around him that makes enemies take 30% more damage the closer they get to him.
heres basically how to use his kit:
Take one point in decay, and 1 or 2 in soul rip (soul rip gets stronger with the more units present and lanes usually have 10 units on them so 2 points will give you the most, 3 is a waste).
Spam the shit out of decay and slap your opposing lane upside the head when they try to farm, careful of things like creep aggro and getting stunned and killed. This will summarize how powerful this spell is:
Every hero starts with around 19 str, varying depending on their kit dirge has 22.
You steal 4 from 2 heros (decay is an aoe) now you have 30 str, while your enemies have ~15
You cast it again (one level lets you cast it twice before the first cast wears off) and get both heroes now you have 38 str and the opposing lane has ~11.
If you get low soul rip yourself.
Max tombstone so when you get into teamfights you can rape everything. It works like this: any heroes around the tombstone (it has a massive area that procs zombies) it will spawn zombies that slow them and attack them every like 2 seconds, and if enemies stay in the area too long eventually theres like 20 zombies attacking them and they can't move.
Eventually use your ult in teamfights and tank like a mother****er while your team does bonus damage to the enemys that get weaker just by being around you, ontop of your 4str steal.
The start of college tends to play like open season. Everyone kinda rushes to start hooking up. Down at State was kinda crazy, but I had a girlfriend at the time so I never acted on it.
There's a disproportionate number of Japanese girls following my tumblr. I always get sort of freaked out and then remember, "oh, right, Pokemon."
Karthus is only good in high elo/competitive play.
He sucks in solo Q.
End of story.
okok he doesn't 'suck' but he gets shut down way too easily.