"surprise, im back!" a jax guide

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kenSK

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11-11-2009

okay ever1 knows jax is the best hero, look at his backstory, plus he fights with lmap post, instant win ftw.
heres my guide okay ghsor

heres my reasoning for making guide i win all the time, i am great, my guide must be great right? ofr crouse i beat a guy name "super pro" hth (hope this helps for idiots).

this is called the POWER build you will see why (because i use em[[POWER)

beggining of game:
skill 1) empower

2) you cant get empower and second skill, so i wait a levle and get epmower agayin a leve 3, you might have a few skills left over bt empower is importantest skill you have!!! dont FORGET Itit.
3]. make sure u get AP items only (attack POWER, remember name of the gide?)
best ap item is lich bane but that cost A LOT OF MONEY you cant buy it right away so i cant buy it.

sumonar skill ) get burn because you are nueking
the enemy. ftw (fort teh win)

okay at level 6 you get ultiamte strike with lampost, make sure to get that because ap helps that a lot too (ddummy).

next U gank!! make sure you gank 100% of time because jax is ganking character, he hides int hehadows like ar ogue (from workd of warcratf)

anyway this is how i win all game, all of them, i would enter a tournament but i cant, gotto to keep it fair fro everyone else sory.

hope you enjoy my guide.


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Iskar

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11-11-2009

No, no, no, no, NO!

Stop making guides like this, people.

Edit: Might be a troll, after thinking about it. If so, successful troll is successful.


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Jowy

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11-11-2009

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Originally Posted by Iskar View Post
No, no, no, no, NO!

Stop making guides like this, people.

Edit: Might be a troll, after thinking about it. If so, successful troll is successful.

Most importantly of all you had to think about it


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GarinL

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11-11-2009

you stole taric guide... !


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Studio

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11-11-2009

good guide +1


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kenSK

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11-11-2009

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good guide +1
how do i see my points help what is +1


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Skuzal

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11-11-2009

If I could give you karma I would.


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Studio

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11-11-2009

Quote:
Originally Posted by kenSK View Post
how do i see my points help what is +1
check ur pms


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Studio

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11-11-2009

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Skuzal

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11-11-2009

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