Split Pushers

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PogoPogoPogoPogo

Senior Member

12-23-2012

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Originally Posted by Qsario View Post
FWIW, I've seen a fair number of Singeds taking teleport.
Yea, I guess that's actually a good point. I see Teleport on almost every Singed.

One thing I want to note though... I don't want it to be the case that we now add everyone to the list because you can just roll Teleport to get around some of the criteria. For whatever reason, Teleport seems to be a perfectly viable summoner spell on Singed. I don't really know why--I don't play him.

Could anyone shed some light on this?


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Oriental Okami

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02-17-2013

What about J4? He pushes insanely fast and has a fast escape with eq combo. I can split push very quickly and effectively with Jarvan.


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Z The Slayer

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02-17-2013

Honestly, the best split pusher in the game is AP Tryndamere. This is not trolling. This is literally the entire role of AP trynd. Ignore all team fights, melt minions as much as possible, and heal from any trades you DO engage in. Massive heals, low cooldowns and decent nukes means you can duel most people from mid-late game on a 1v1 fight. Can escape from almost all 2v1 engages. 3 or more people at top means that bot is completely open. So your team either forces team fights at bot (allowing trynd to push), or 3 people rush trynd, allowing bot to be easily taken over. Seriously. Don't dis on this until you've seen it in action:

http://www.twitch.tv/qualityplayer
^ The best AP Tryndamere in the world, platinum rank. Check it. And it is literally all he plays.
Having an AP Trynd means you only have 4 people to fight with in team fights, but it also means you automatically knock over one of the three lanes. Two, if your team constantly fights near bottom.
So 4/5 or 2/3. 2/3 is a much bigger difference.