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Money making Ashe Q & A

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Money making Ashe

Posted on January 26, 2013 3:05am +Rep
Is maxing out Ashe's E first to get the gold earlier better than the standard build?

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By Embracing on January 26, 2013 3:13am +Rep
No. Ashe's lane phase is already poor and she needs ways to counter-harass enemies (Her W).
Furthermore, by maxing out E you will have no presence early game through mid game, which will ultimately result in your defeat.

The logic behind maxing E would be to earn more gold, but in reality you'd only earn less because you'd be zoned by the enemies.
Chris1130 By Chris1130 on January 26, 2013 12:31pm +Rep
What about maxing E after W? I have found myself not able to trade or kill my opponent, so I decide to focus in having a better CS and more gold than them. Or is the slow in Q so important you can't max it last?
Embracing By Embracing on January 26, 2013 7:53pm +Rep
There's no reason to max your E over Q.

The gold from is actually very minimal. If you max your E after W you're going to have a hard time following up in skirmishes. The slow is worth a lot more than the gold you get.

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By Mantury on January 30, 2013 4:03am +Rep
If i have got a TwistedFate on my team I max my W than my E and buy an AvariceBlade so u get 9 gold extr per last hit. This only works if you do great in your lane otherwise you will have a big lack of damage because of the delayed Infinity Edge or Bloodthirster.

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By xDanielWang on February 3, 2013 9:17pm +Rep
Since Ashe's early and mid game is very weak, she needs her W then Q to be maxed over E. If you max E before Q, then you have the potential to miss out on a kill that could have otherwise been gotten if your slow on Q was a bit higher. That is missing out 300g, which takes almost 100 minions w/ a maxed E to make up for that lost gold. Not to mention that improved slow on Q is going to save your life many times, and you're not going to be getting any bonus gold when you're dead and completely zoned by your opponent.