Teemo Build Guide by Talon Gerrard
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Fight or Flight
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Hello people! Welcome to my guide on the "Capture the Teemo!" custom game mode! This is NOT a champion guide. If you are looking for a good build for Teemo, then go on my page and check out my guides. If you checked this out because your first thought was "Hey! This guy made a game mode where I get to kill Teemo! Awesome!", then you will really enjoy this guide. The whole point of this game is to try to kill Teemo as much as possible. Interested? Good. Let's get down to business.
Now, as you all should have realized by now, there are two teams to this game. Teemo and the opposing team trying to kill him. So this means each team as their own set of rules in addition to the general rules of the game.
Rules for Teemo
Teemo is indeed one of the most annoying champions in League of Legends. You never see him coming, you can't hit him, can't catch him, he poisons you, and his shrooms kill you. Let me explain some things to you if you are playing as Teemo.
Ok. With no nerfs, Teemo is the best hider in League of Legends. So, we have to put some restrictions on him. His passive ability, Camouflage, makes it to where he is completely invisible after standing still for 2 seconds. If this was allowed in the game, Teemo would win every time, especially since they took out Oracle's Elixer.
-Teemo cannot use Camouflage at any time.
-Teemo cannot camp at his own base. He must remain outside the base at all time (not counting spawn and upon death).
-Teemo can only buy items at the beginning of the game and upon death.
-Teemo cannot recall at any time.
-Teemo can only stay within base at the start of the game for 45 seconds and 15 seconds after death.
-Teemo can destroy towers to increase his movement advantage at the risk of being visible.
-Teemo can kill minions at the risk of being visible.
-Teemo can jungle.
-After leaving base at the start of the game, Teemo must call grace period. This time will give him 30 seconds to hide.
-Teemo can kill enemy champions.
-Teemo cannot hide in brush.
Rules for Opposing Team
5v1? That's not even remotely fair. However, that's what rules are for.
-Killers cannot stealth.
-Killers cannot camp Teemo's base.
-Killers cannot leave base until Teemo's grace period has ended.
-Upon Teemo's death killers must recall. This should prevent base camping even though you shouldn't be doing it in the first place.
-Killers can recall at any time.
-Killers can destroy towers to increase their chasing advantage.
-Killers can't kill minions.
-Killers can leach exp from minion deaths.
-Killers can jungle.
-Killers cannot hide in brush.
-Games have a time limit of 40 minutes.
-Whoever has the most kills at the end of the game wins.
-If Teemo has more kills on his score than any individual score on the opposing team at the end of the match, he wins the game.
-If Teemo refrains from being killed at all for the entire match, he wins the game.
No Team 2 Build?
You may have noticed that there is not Team 2 build for Team 2. That is because I can't really recommend a build for a team when the team can be made up anyone and each champion can be built a million different ways. The items for Teemo above are only items that I thought would be good to build since he is the one running away/fighting back and also my main champion is Teemo, so I know what items would work well with him (at least in a regular game mode match).
There is no limits or restrictions as to what items you are allowed to get. The items I have listed are just good items that may help you with the game depending on which side you are on.
If you have other items in mind or have a build that you would preferably want to use, that's all on you, as well as what Summoner Spells you use, what masteries you build, what training order you do, and what runes you have. Everyone has their own unique styles and strategies.