Team Guide by Ottsern
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1.Great farming abilities.
2.Twin fang can do massive damage very fast on poisoned targets.
3.Great in team fights.
4.Can hold a tower all day.
5.She's a snake.
1.VERY squishy and you need to build around this.
2.Has some mana issues early game.
3.Becomes the first target because of her team fight ability.
4.Twin fangs doesn't scale well with AP, so twin fangs' damage is a bit worse later. However, it still does OK damage.
5.She's very difficult to get used to. Rotating your skills can be hard to do at first.
6.****ty - Just look at her, she's probably been around.
Clarity will help you a lot through early and mid game with your mana issues. Late game you're constantly spamming, and even with Archangel's, you'll likely be hitting half mana pretty quick. I find clarity's a good thing to take.
Teleport I've always loved for mobility. But you can take ghost or flash if you feel you need a quick escape.
Deadly Cadence (Passive):
This causes you not to need a tear as your first item, and lets you spam like no other. A great passive when you keep the stacks up.
A great poison, scales well with AP, and becomes a lot of damage later. It's not worth prioritizing as twin fangs will pretty much be ALL of your damage through the early and mid games even if you do prioritize it.
Another AoE poison that does less damage, but slows enemies. I use this to catch runners before Rylai's, and as a creep farmer. Also, if my ult hits, I throw it under their feet. Otherwise, not something to be real afraid of.
This will be most your damage for the game. It doesn't scale much with AP, but it cools down instantly with decent cooldown reduction and hittinga poisoned target. As such, you can get it out on them REAL fast, especially if you smartcast it when there's noone else to hit. (Shift E)
A GREAT ult, try and get people while they're still looking at you, and if you stun them, drop all poisons below them and start spamming your E. You'll likely win.
You want to hit them with your Q or W, then throw out as many twin fangs as possible. Until Rylai's, this is only once, generally, and after it should be about 2.
So basic combo goes:
If you have ult, it's best to try and hit them with the stun, then drop Q and E on them before starting your E rotation. Thus:
If R hits from behind, throw a W in front of them, then throw a Q right in front of them too, like:
Ask your team about getting mid lane. Cass does really well with more minions to farm, so you want that lane preferably. Grab your meki's and 2 pots. Here, Spam your Q on minion waves until you hit level 2 and have twin fang. Then, aim for the enemy champs with Q and when you hit, throw E at them. Once you have your W, use a W->Q rotation to farm creep waves. You're an excellent farmer, so get as many kills as you can. If you have an enemy champ with stealth in your lane, you can also use Q to blindly check the most obvious spots that they would be. If you get your speed buff, you know you hit them. Once you have Rylai's your twin fangs will slow, so you'll be able to chase much better.
You should have some survivability items to keep you from being way too squishy at this point. Run around to help teammates gank, but be very wary of ambushes, you're still squishy. If you do have someone chasing you, it's ok to throw a gaze at them and keep running.
Your ult and poisons thrown into a team battle is some GREAT support, so you'll likely be targeted after the first couple team fights.