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Changing the Angle of Walls (Anivia + Karth)

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IceGiants2

Senior Member

03-01-2010

I'm trying to learn to play Anivia and I can't seem to figure out how to change the angle of walls when i cast them. I understand that i can place them in a circle around myself but how do i also rotate them to get the perfect fit? I've tried looking everywhere on this subject but there is nothing.

Thanks ahead of time.


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Fractus

Senior Member

03-01-2010

I was pretty sure the face of the wall is always parallel to your champion's body. It's more about positioning your champion's body than anything else. Don't think you can change the angle to your champion. Just gotta move and try to predict what their escape routes are.


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IceGiants2

Senior Member

03-01-2010

Ok so i guess I'm answering my own question. One of the guides mentions that it the wall is created in a 90 degree angle from the direction you are facing. So you just have to quicly change the direction you are facing to change the angle of the wall...


I'll try this and get back, sounds like it may take alot of practice.


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03-01-2010

Scroll wheel? Could be my imagination


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IceGiants2

Senior Member

03-01-2010

Fractus.. you can change the angle if you change your facing direction, you dont' have to move.


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Fennec

Recruiter

03-01-2010

oh god does that sound like the worse way to be doing it.


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