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A Bot Lane Kayle Guide

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Redeemed In Fire

Senior Member

04-02-2013

I'm an AD kayle player from way back and would probably be up for spamming her some to figure out what works now. Hmm.


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Redeemed In Fire

Senior Member

04-02-2013

Also, some notes on Lee:

* He is very sustainy (once he completes sanguine and visage, his autos heal for 150+/hit)
* Contrary to popular opinion, he doesn't fall off that hard. He does if you build him wrong, but last whisper + lifesteal lets his dueling stay competitive all game.


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Quincunx

Senior Member

04-02-2013

Lee Sin may not fall off very hard in general 1v1, but he can't keep up with Kayle's scaling and dueling potential. This is coming from somebody that frequently plays Lee Sin and has played both sides of the matchup bot.

Unfortunately his sustain can't match Kayle's poke later on, he can't clear waves without getting poked, and he has trouble winning an all-in vs Kayle later on. Add this to the fact that Lee Sin has some trouble engaging on Kayle, and you have a very tough matchup for Lee Sin.

I played Lee vs Kayle once, killed her twice before 5 minutes, and still lost come late game.