New Lucian. Newcian?
Not Updated For Current Season
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.
Threats to Lucian with this build
|Vayne||Vayne is an easy matchup for you. You bully her early, she will have a rough time in this lane, don't be afraid to go aggresive.|
|Jhin||Jhin is a really easy lane opponent, all you have to do his dodge the W, which is slow as hell, and with your E there is no chance. Just wait till he has to reload then go ham.|
messed up at the leveling section and it won't let me fix it. Put a point in ult at 16 not W. Thanks! Continue reading.
Don't spam away his q too often especially in the lane phase . make every shot count, make sure it will hit the enemy champion because he is very mana hungry. play aggressively in the early stage, as he is very good at harassing. take advantage of his passive, q-double shot can do a massive amount of damage to the opposing adc in the early game. relatively low base attack.
How to fight in a 1v1
The best way to fight a 1v1 as lucian is to open with Q then double shot, W then double shot, sure not to use your E just whenever, dodge a skillshot with it then double. Shot. Make sure you always double shot after an ability before you use another ability.
How to teamfight
use your ult to poke them down before an actual fight or engage. This way they will be low before the fight begins and therefore giving your team the upper hand. During the actual fights make sure to be outputting consistent damage and utilizing your double shot in the most effective way as I said above. It is important in teamfights just as much as it is in a 1v1. Don't use a second ability until you have gotten the double shot value from the first.
Pros / Cons
Great Mobility With E
Good Poke with Q
High Teamfight Damage.
Hard to get back from behind
Tough to land Q poke
Extremely low base attack speed.
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