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Twisted Fate Build Guide by z0mgitspie

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League of Legends Build Guide Author z0mgitspie

Lady Luck Is Smiling >Complete Twisted Fate Tutorial<

z0mgitspie Last updated on November 10, 2015
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The masteries shown here are not yet updated for the current season, the guide author needs to set up the new masteries. As such, they will be different than the masteries you see in-game.



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Havoc
 
 

Offense: 21

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Legendary Guardian
 
 

Defense: 0

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bandit
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Wanderer
 
 

Utility: 9



Threats to Twisted Fate with this build

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Ekko Complete counter pick. Similar builds just you have range and easier CC to land. Your combo will kill him before he can ult if hes under 35% so just poke and bait him whenever the junglers passing to E you. Free Money.
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Heimerdinger Your Red card and Q will demolish his turrets with ease just line them up so your Q will hit at least 2 turrets along with the wave.
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Karthus FREEEEE MONEY! One of your easiest match ups. You poke him down in like 3 Q's and can fight better in close/mid range than he can. Also stunning him during his ult channel will probably make him rage quit.
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Nidalee FREE MONEY! Dodge the spears behind minions and red card the casters. You out-poke and can just stun Q her when she swaps tiger to try and pounce. One of the easiest match-ups.
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Pantheon Your on hit modifiers still get past his shield, your stun has more range, your Q has more range, and your ult has more utility. GG Free Money.
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Twisted Fate TF is highly dependent on over extensions and making plays unexpected. After mastering TF you will be able to predict him fairly well and can warn your team where he is moving in order to close the door on any plays he trys.
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Zilean Free Money. Zilean is good vs champs with long CD for their assassination so like Zed so you can ult when he death-marks and revive yourself like it didn't happen. TFs CDs are so low ulting isn't going to do to much even if it works correctly. With his gold card stun he probably won't ult himself right at least 50% of the time.
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Introduction

Hey guys! I've been getting requests on how to play Twisted Fate since around late Season 2. Prior to playing League I beta-tested Nazi Zombie maps on Xbox for Treyarch and played Yu-Gi-Oh semi-competitively. I then got into computer games again in 2011/2012 and played Starcraft II and Age of the Empires II, but never had played a MOBA, watched MOBA gameplay, or even knew they type of game existed. I joined League of Legends July/August of 2012 and messed around with Ahri, Darius, and Varus before finally playing Twisted Fate. The first game I played with Twisted Fate I got a triple-kill which to me was like a miracle as I was only around level 10 at the time and had been typically seeing more black and white than color on my screen when I played other champs. As I leveled up to 30 a lot of people complimented my gameplay in normals, but ridiculed my practice style which I admit was out of the ordinary but I believe to be the reason I climbed up the ranks faster than a lot of my friends who had years of experience over me. So at the time I was just starting college so I wouldn't play too much and when I did I would prefer to play vs Ai bots. To me I wanted to be able to beat the CPU in the most outrageous ways possible. First 5v5, then 3v5, 1v3, and finally 1v5. Most people would stop at this point,but then I would get more ridiculous. 1v5 with only rank 1 skills, 1v5 without runes or masteries, 1v5 with only 2 items, etc. Then when I went into normals I would play Twisted fate with Ignite Teleport never flash and refuse to purchase any wards. That summarizes my gameplay for Season 3 and the in-game lobbies would flame me into oblivion. They also weren't such a big fan of twin shadow rushes with homeguard boots but eventually in game they would see the potential and I was having fun while climbing. That season I hit level 30 right at the end of pre-season and was placed in Bronze 2. 10 months later as the season came to a close I was Platinum 2 still refusing to ward or run flash. Season 4 I worked a lot on my champion pool and still mained Twisted Fate but added Zilean, Veigar, Swain, Fizz, Ryze, Viktor, and Jax to my line-up and finished Plat 4 while adopting flash. This season I've worked on my champ pool more and finally started warding while learning Fiddlesticks, Udyr, Warwick, Kha, Cait, Ezreal, Xerath, Tryn, Garen, and Leona. I reached Diamond 5 a month ago with half the games I normally play in a season. I intend on learning a few more champs before trying to push for Masters by end of season. In the meantime I have been asked countless times by friends, allies, and opponents "How do you play Twisted Fate?". Now with close to 2000 games and high familiarity with any match-up I have the time and knowledge to explain that.


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Spells


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Summary


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Ranked Play


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Creeping / Jungling


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Team Work


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Unique Skills


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Farming