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lux free week

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Al Shabab

Senior Member

09-05-2012

And every second game has one... I do not like playing against lux... she is the kind of champ that does dmg without trully commiting to fight and if you try to catch her she spamms like 2 sec stuns every few secs so if there is ilke 600 range between you there is small chance to catch her... you can avoid skillshots but than you go zig-zag giving her plenty of time to go away or reposition to even agressively end up running after you. And all of her abbilities are aoe which makes her a big damagedealer in teamfights.

That ulti is something SIV HD explained/showed that damages even those who are not in it`s animation (like w of old ezrael)

I have 2 questions... who is best to counter her not in lane, but in teamfights but to keep in mind 3v3 top tiers? (maybe irelia with 70% tenacity?)
and why is she not played more in competitive games and tournaments?

I find her too safe: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLFQv2NfzEc


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Wolfalisk

Member

09-05-2012

lol


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Let Me Eat You

Senior Member

09-05-2012

The Bruisers were pioneers of the American streetpunk/oi! movement, formed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in 1988. The original lineup included: Al Barr (vocals, now the lead singer of the Boston Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys), Scotty Davies (bass), Jeff Morris (guitar) and Rodger Shosa (drums). Morris is now a guitarist and lead vocalist for Death & Taxes, and a former guitarist for Mark Lind & the Unloved. Former guitarist Rick Wimert died in the mid-1990s.
The first band members were skinheads (although not white power skinheads). After a few short years and lineup changes, the band and their style changed slightly. By 1996, Al Barr was the only remaining original member of The Bruisers. One notable release by the band was a 7" split with Barr's future band Dropkick Murphys in 1997. After 10 years, the band broke up in 1998. The Bruisers had a reunion concert on September 14, 2005 at The Roxy in Boston. The bill included local acts The Ducky Boys and Tommy & The Terrors, as well as The Casualties from New York City.[1] The Bruisers played a second reunion show on August 31st, 2012 headlining the first night of the 2000 Tons of TNT Fest at the Webster Theater in Hartford, CT.


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Axil

Recruiter

09-05-2012

Quote:
Emfteka:
The Bruisers were pioneers of the American streetpunk/oi! movement, formed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in 1988. The original lineup included: Al Barr (vocals, now the lead singer of the Boston Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys), Scotty Davies (bass), Jeff Morris (guitar) and Rodger Shosa (drums). Morris is now a guitarist and lead vocalist for Death & Taxes, and a former guitarist for Mark Lind & the Unloved. Former guitarist Rick Wimert died in the mid-1990s.
The first band members were skinheads (although not white power skinheads). After a few short years and lineup changes, the band and their style changed slightly. By 1996, Al Barr was the only remaining original member of The Bruisers. One notable release by the band was a 7" split with Barr's future band Dropkick Murphys in 1997. After 10 years, the band broke up in 1998. The Bruisers had a reunion concert on September 14, 2005 at The Roxy in Boston. The bill included local acts The Ducky Boys and Tommy & The Terrors, as well as The Casualties from New York City.[1] The Bruisers played a second reunion show on August 31st, 2012 headlining the first night of the 2000 Tons of TNT Fest at the Webster Theater in Hartford, CT.

yeah


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Quit

Senior Member

09-06-2012

Play high mobility gap closing champ. duh


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Shinigami Viron

Junior Member

09-06-2012

http://freeleaguecodes.com/ref?id=05frgigtcf


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Al Shabab

Senior Member

09-06-2012

Quote:
Vechio:
Play high mobility gap closing champ. duh


you did not see video I put a link to? she is there up against riven and jax...
unless you can oneshot her she usually gets away... even in games where her team looses hard.

we had a game we dominated with enemies having scores:
darius 4/5/2
caitlin 3/4/2
nunu 1/3/5
jax 2/6/3
LUX 1/0/7

and this is only one example of several I had just today.
our morgana destroyed her laning and prevented her from farming but in teamfights we were completely unable to chase her any time at all...

and none of these trolls have answered the question of why is she not picked more often?


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emmittgator

Junior Member

09-07-2012

Because her late game is bad. And you can counter her hard with a Leblanc or kass early game. Late game, bruisers should wreck her.

I love lux but she has to carry to a quick win typically.


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Epictues

Senior Member

09-07-2012

lol


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IS148a223fc86b1c4fb2104

Senior Member

09-08-2012

is this thread real


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