How does Jungling with Twisted
Twisted Fate Build
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Threats to Twisted Fate with this build
|LeBlanc||this little ehg! she has always bean a threat to tf but if you play the build at least moder well she will have no chance in h*ll of killing you unless she pulls a crazy gank out her ***.|
How to start!
First off grab the starting items and head to the Shroomed up frog! Next ask for a leash! Make sure you dont finish the kill till your leash is far enough away to alow you the fast lvl 2 next recall and then head to the chickens use the red card on the big guy and smack him down with stacked deck. after that run to mid and help him push minion waves.(if he doesn't try to shame you for it.(if he does run to the scuttle crab and kill him for ssome extra health and use your potion. then repeat the first to kills)
once your done with hitting lvl 4 kill either the golems or the tree gorillas(I'm using the names i like to call them. Get over it!) then continue to kill the jungles on your side while stoping to kill the scuttle crabs.
once you hit lvl 6 recall and buy items, then continue to jungle and maybe help lanes that fall behind.
To be honest its all mostly in the build i could say a million things on how to play twisted fate but in the end all that doesn't matter if you don't practice with him. "Practice makes perfect" and Twisted Fate is only a under-rated champ because most players don't have the creativity or decision making ability's to throw cards out and react properly or fast enough with his kit. His kit is Quite Forgiving but if you mess up bad enough in jungle this Build will ether make or break your game.
Learn how to use it and hes insane. Otherwise there are always a gazilion more Builds right?! XD.
How to kill the certain monsters.
In this section ima make a bullet point sorta thing to base out how to kill the monsters effectively. Smite isn't included as it will be at your own discretion.
Tree Gorillas and golems- Yellow card, Wild card,(this is optional and best in mid-late gamebecause you have more disposable mana) Auto attack/Stacked Deck.
Chickens and wolves- Red card the big one,Auto attack/Stacked Deck,(Red card again in early-mid game)
Rock thingy's- Blue card the big one, Auto attack/Stacked Deck, Red card.
Scuttle Crabs- Yellow card, Auto attack/Stacked Deck.
Champs are all different, you cant always use the same combo to kill a champ.
A common combo to scare a champ into code red is to yellow card then wild card.
Also in early game a good way to get first blood is to poke until they get low health and yellow card with a stacked deck. Dont forget that red card slows their movements and is an AOE attck which means that hitting a minnion near then will hit them with the slow as well. Don't be afraid to through a flash down to get shots in.
(small tip: When your stacked deck is charged you can stack that damage onto a blue,red,or yellow card.)