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Playing to be Evil: Its Good to be Bad! [3.0] New and vastly improved!

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Kid Cancer

Senior Member

07-19-2010

Read/skimmed all of it. Some pretty bad-ass tips within.

And totally worth reading even if you don't agree with the playstyle or already kick ass.
Time to work on the mind games.


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alsowikk

Senior Member

07-19-2010

Defensive loose/tight I try to establish the thought that the lane is a stalemate in the enemie's mind early on and outpush them while they desperately attempt to stop the creeps(I play Mordekraiser so this actually works quite well since they don't want to let me eat their attacks with the shield). As the game goes on I take risk for my allies and am normally the "sacrifice" if we need to make a push or stop something. I defend towers first and foremost but am I willing to take bigger risk to turn around a close game if I think it won't cripple us if it fails.


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Desertcyclone

Member

07-22-2010

3 things
1 - wow, great read indeed, i noticed some things i already do and some that im sure as hell gona add
2 - dungeon keeper is amazing
3 - you mentioned about adding heroes if they can be sold, well lets talk demented mindrape clowns. shaco, the master of running into the bushes with 20 life only to have 2 jitbs and a 800 dmg deceive crit waiting. playing any stealth heroes is a mind game but i think shaco in particular because of his short duration stealth. not to mention the traps to condition people that bushes = fear. even when i dont have anything planned running into bushes with all of my spells cooling down will oftentimes save me due to my fearmongering all game.


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gothjon

Member

07-22-2010

isn't this hand book against the summoner's code?


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AdiRu

Recruiter

07-22-2010

Quote:
gothjon:
isn't this hand book against the summoner's code?


Was thinking the same thing...


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Sir Edbert

Junior Member

08-02-2010

Load screen only time you can see enemy champs spells? Try tab??


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FortuitusFortune

Master Recruiter

08-02-2010

Quote:
Sir Edbert:
Load screen only time you can see enemy champs spells? Try tab??


It's an old post. That doesn't mean it has poor information about strategy or mind games.


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Dahawa

Junior Member

08-02-2010

Great post First time I've read this and I must say it's a really good (and funny) read!


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CrazyBolas

Senior Member

08-06-2010

Great guide overall... small error though... says "for the only time in the game you can see the enemies (sic) summoner spells"... you can actually see all the enemy's summoner spells by hitting the TAB key.. they're displayed to the right of the champion's names.


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UnholyPrint

Member

08-06-2010

It's not an error, as at the time the guide was made they could not be seen anywhere.