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✔️ [10.21] Make Top Lane Great Again - Kayle Hypercarry

By Pyroen | Updated on October 19, 2020
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SELORONIOS (82) | March 31, 2020 9:23am
Hi, Thank you for the guide. Can I know your thoughts about Lethal Tempo vs Press The Attack? I use both for various reason but I need a second thoughts about them. I usually go for AP builds which one do you think is more beneficial (I mainly go for PTA when my enemy is melee and I have enough AS in my build, and Go for Lethal Tempo when I don't expect to be aggressive early and focus on late game)
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Below3iq | November 24, 2019 12:41pm
Since they removed kleptomancy from the game how would you recommend playing kayle in the early game now?
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pjHart1000 | October 26, 2019 11:39am
Hey, I have seen some people playing Kayle with Resolve (Overgrowth and Bone Plating), also during Worlds recently. Why do you prefer the sorcery build? Thanks in advance!
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Pyroen (4) | October 27, 2019 4:15pm
Great question! The resolve tree offers some great defenses that will help out a bit in the early game. But late game when you are focused on carrying, the defenses from bone plating will be almost non-existent and the extra health from overgrowth may help you survive a little bit, but in the end it doesn't scale as hard over a long game as the sorcery runes. Celerity is amazing to take because it both helps you hunt down escaping enemies, but also get away when you need that extra burst of speed. And manaflow band helps in the early game by providing extra mana but also giving you a nice mana restore for later. Some matches I go Gathering Storm instead of Manaflow Band, to further add to a scaling kit. But against someone like Heimer bone plating might be really handy to get through the early game. Best rule of thumb, if it's a matchup you will be poked a lot in the early game and late game may never happen, use runes that help you have a better early game. If the enemy isn't a super strong early game, make sure you scale better than they do.
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Gengius | October 2, 2019 1:49am
Hey, I'm using my phone so i may have missed the explanation somewhere on the page, due to the bad display... but can you explain why you chose to max q and not e first? Thanks!
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Pyroen (4) | October 2, 2019 7:55am
Hey Gengius, thanks for the question! I totally understand about the mobile issues, on the phone no BBCode comes through and it looks awful!! None of the formatting comes through. But to answer the question, every time you level E, the mana cost increases, making it harder for you to get klepto procs since you will run out of mana more often. Q on the other hand now refunds 50% mana cost when it hits a champion, making it a more effective poking tool for damage, while E for the most part is putting money in your pocket with klepto. Sometimes I end up putting 3 points in Q and then shifting to E, if I feel like I need the bonus execute damage from E. Hope this answers the question!
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