I like to rub it on my teeth
Pick it for matchups and dealing with side waves
Deathcap all the way. Only go ludens 2nd if you go morello first but usually morello abyssal dcap is core. I personally think ludens sucks
Fine into big tanks, doesn't provide enough utility from a toplane because he can't gap close. He's strong support because the pillar and ult are always useful, investing gold to make his other abilities just doesn't feel worth it when you compare him to other toplaners. He does shit on Fiora tho which is fun
She is designed to punish mistakes, which puts the ball in the court of the enemies and that is no good if you play vs strong players- she is also not good vs ranged champions which is the meta we are in right now. I can see her work against dive compositions
I want a Claire Underwood
I cannot leave something I have never been a part of
If she's not a fan, I cannot force her
Much too tall
Anything with the means to commit into all in fights is good against GP
There is no abstract way to say this is when you Baron. Baron has a set value and a set risk, like anything else in the game like towers, creeps, vision, buffs and drakes. Keep in mind what you need to do to win the game, because some compositions rely on baron. With that in mind it comes with experience to be able to grasp when to do baron and when to push etc. A much simpler way to put it is, do we need to push inhib to win? Can we get inhib with baron? Can we get it without being punished? Scenarios are unique. After writing this I feel like I have made it a bit complicated, in reality it is just something that comes with experience. Try and fail, learn and prevail.
I don't think so
Fiora Poppy Quinn Lulu Gangplank - Ahri Twisted Fate Leblanc Gamgplank Lulu - Kalista Corki Lucian Caitlyn Ezreal
I don't like it. It is bad against current toplane pool and to weak for support because he doesn't heal or have a good passive anymore.
I am gonna be honest, this information won't help much. Just look to see if they do anything different and exploitable, if they do stuff that is not exploitable it is just correct play and the only response to that is correct play.
Control and laning. There is no simple way to put it. Jungle and support control the map, tp controls the map from top and mid pressure controls the map. Supports: Braum Thresh Alistar (nerfed I am not sure I think it's disgusting to play) Trundle Morgana Bard - they counter each other in a circle, pick a strong scaling support and into good match up. Strongest compositions revolve around a champion that can clear waves, 2 champions that can split and 2 champions that compliment these champions. Strong split pushers tend to have good lane phases and is what matters. Thank you my friend ;)
I don't like both. CD-R per level is the way to go. Frost queens is out of date and is only good if you can afford it really early in the game because it actually pays off, think of it as a safe mejais.
Laning phase is throughout the entire game, you push down the lane, always. There's a false sense in the community that laning phase is just early game.
Make sure to pick champion that can pressure mid, TF had bad matchup into almost any meta midlaner
I like Grail more because of CD-R. Not a fan of ROA lulu. Abyssal is by no means bad but you will have mana issues.