Build Guide by AreYouOnDrugs
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WARNING: THIS IS NOT A GUIDE ON HOW TO WIN ON DOMINION. THIS IS A GUIDE ON HOW TO GET KILLS, WHICH IS FUN
Tired of losing in summoner's rift because your idiot teammates fed the other lanes? Play some Dominion and have fun while you're doing it with the 2 builds provided. Dominion is also a place where you can practice playing your champions and getting used to their abilities. Games are usually short, which is also a good thing.
He's a great AD offtank that can do a crazy amount of damage with little or no items.
Honestly, I think Fizz is OP on Dominion. He has amazing poke and harass, and can hop out of any sticky situation.
Items for Pantheon
I always start off Phage. After the first fight is over, I buy my Boots of Speed. Once I get enough money, I buy Giant's Belt. Now here is where you decide what to build next:
Does their team have 2 or 3 AP and a lot of CC? Then buy Mercury's Treads. Are you dominating and want to get more kills? Berserker's Greaves
After boots, I finish my Frozen Mallet and start building situationally.
Is their team's AP fed and you want more damage with magic resist? Then buy this and upgrade it to Maw of Malmortius
I hardly doubt you'll get this far into the game to buy this, but if you do, buying Atma's Impaler will give you some more damage.
Items for Fizz
Now, time to go into more detail about each build.
The first build is pretty self-explanatory. Just build according to their team and you will get plenty of kills.
The second build is a little riskier, but you get a lot more kills with. Once you get enough gold, your first real purchase should be Sheen. After that, buy Sorcerer's Shoes. Now, depending on how well you are doing, you can either buy a Needlessly Large Rod or finish off your Lich Bane. Either way is fine. After that, just build whatever you need to beat their team and you should be getting 20+ kills.
Where the fun begins
Both of these champions go top.
After you buy your items, start activating your Heartseeker Strike. Do this 4 times to activate your passive, Aegis Protection. When your whole team arrives, you can initiate with your Aegis of Zeonia. After that, focus their squishies and hopefully your team won the fight. If not, it's okay, theres plenty more opportunities.
When the fight breaks out, turn on Seastone Trident and Urchin Strike into one of the enemies. Keep attacking them unless you start to get focused. Then you can Playful / Trickster out of there and redo your combo. If your team loses the fight, back off and wait for your team to come back and fight again.
Overall, what I want people get out of this guide is that games shouldn't just be played to try as hard as you possibly can to win. You should have some fun with it. Have any questions or comments? I'd definitely appreciate any type of feedback.