Inhouse Spotlight #4
by Mowen July 16, 2012 @ 09:07pm
Video shoutcasted by GrandmasterD and hypershatter
EUW Team Composition
4:30 - First
6:00 - Kill for Lee top
7:20 - Fight top lane
10:20 - Showdown mid lane
11:50 - Showdown bot lane
18:00 - Great initiate by Anivia and teamfight
25:20 - Good teamfight for Purple Team
28:40 - Big teamfight
33:45 - Baron Fight
A fed Anivia with Warmogg's Armor is terrifying. Khazem does an excellent job of using wall effectively, and ends up carrying the game. If you want to see a good Anivia watch him.
Blue Team had better teamfighting/initiating capabilities with Anivia and Malphite. Purple team has Alistar but he needs to use his ult to initiate. Cho'gath's Rupture can initiate but it's very unreliable.
Video shoutcasted by GrandmasterD and myself
NA Team Composition
13:05 - First blood and a Double Kill for Ezreal
13:45 - Kill for Nidalee top
14:50 - Nice gank top by Nocturne
20:50 - EU smurf showdown
27:50 - Dragon fight
30:00 - Nidalee hops away to safety
32:30 - Crazy dive that somehow works out
36:00 - Nocturne and Leona are too enthusiastic
45:50 - Baron Fight
Both teams ended up having a lane that was fed and a lane that wasn't. This game was a match of seeing which fed champions could survive the longest in teamfights.
Blue Team had better teamfighting/initiating capabilities with Morgana, Leona, and Nocturne. This is one of the major reasons they won the game. Purple Team on the other hand had no good initiators or teamfighters, and counted on bursting the enemy down.
Nocturne sees Mundo ganking top and takes the opportunity to steal Mundo's Blue Buff. This was a smart choice on Nocturne's part and shows the importance of being flexible as a jungler.