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[8.16] Yeager's Double Tear Ezreal Guide

Mayuran95 Last updated on August 15, 2018
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Lategame carry

Ezreal Build

LoL Path: Inspiration
LoL Rune: Kleptomancy
LoL Rune: Magical Footwear
Magical Footwear
LoL Rune: Biscuit Delivery
Biscuit Delivery
LoL Rune: Cosmic Insight
Cosmic Insight

LoL Path: Sorcery
LoL Rune: Manaflow Band
Manaflow Band
LoL Rune: Gathering Storm
Gathering Storm

+13 Attack Damage or +22 Ability Power, adaptive

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ADC Role
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Win 48%
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Ability Sequence

Ability Key Q
Ability Key W
Ability Key E
Ability Key R

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Hi guys! Welcome to my double tear Ezreal guide! My name is Mayu, but in the lol community i'm known as Yeager. I'm a affiliated streamer and high elo midlaner/adc in league. I started playing league at the end of season 3. I finished in Platinum 5 in my first season of ranked, Diamond 1 seasons 5-6. At the start of season 7 i decided to take a break so i could focus on studying. 8 months after i returned to league and climbed to Master tier in soloqueue and challenger in flex.

This guide is made for the purpose of sharing what i have learned from playing against diamond, master and challenger players in soloqueue. I understand that not everyone might agree with the builds/runes, as there are many different ways you can build Ezreal, but this build has given me the most success on the ranked ladder, so that's why i stick to it. Hopefully this guide will improve your Ezreal gameplay and let you climb the ranks faster!

If you're interested in seeing how i play, here are some clips of me using different champions. If you feel like supporting me so i can keep making guides, you can subscribe to me on youtube

You may have seen a lot of people suddenly start playing Ezreal with double tear items. This trend originally started in korean high elo, with pro players using this build to cover Ezreals lackluster lategame. It makes Ezreals lategame A LOT stronger because his abilities scale with AD and AP, taking full advantage of the hybrid stats. Remember that your Muramana gives AD + deals additional damage based on your mana. Now think about the additional 1400 mana you get from Seraph's Embrace. Sounds insane doesn't it? Well that's not all of it. You also get a huge shield for added safety, extra AP that makes your abilities hit even harder, and 25% refund on mana spent. Ezreal is known for falling off in the lategame to crit champions, but with this build he can keep up and stay relevant damage-wise. The downsides to this build is the price, as it's way more expensive than the standard Ezreal build. It also takes more time for him to come online since we have another Tear of the Goddess that needs to be stacked.

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Pros & Cons


+ Extremely fun to play
+ Safe pick
+ Strong poke
+ Hybrid damage
+ Very rewarding when mastered

Ezreal has been one of the strongest and safest picks in the botlane for a long time. Mastery of his kit allows him to dominate easier matchups, and stay safe in hard ones by farming from afar Mystic Shot. He is a very versatile marksman with multiple build paths. When ahead it can be really difficult shutting down Ezreal because of his ability to easily reposition himself with Arcane Shift.

- Hard to master
- Needs to stack tear
- Not very useful when behind
- Skillshot reliant

Ezreal is a skillshot reliant champion, which of course makes him hard to master. Your basic attacks will hurt but the majority of the damage comes from your abilities, so missing those will leave you useless in fights. Ezreal is not too good when behind because you do need to rush the the tear of goddess, and then you start building damage pretty slowly, so it's going to be rough in the early game.

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  • Kleptomancy: Ezreal and Gangplank are the best users of this keystone as their Q ability procs on-hit effects. You can get free gold, pots, elixirs and wards just by hitting enemy champions with Mystic Shots. It's still pretty strong on these 2 champions even after its nerfs.

lesser rune
  • Magical Footwear: The main reason i use this is because it saves you 300 gold by giving free tier 1 boots at minute 10. Ezreal is super safe in lane because of Mystic Shot and Arcane Shift so he doesn't really need to buy boots before the 10 minute mark.

lesser rune
  • Biscuit Delivery: Extra sustain for the laning phase. It also permanently increases your mana by 40 every time you use it so that part will benefit our mana build.


lesser rune
  • Manaflow Band: This is the obvious choice for a mana-focused build. With Muramana, a percentage of our mana will be converted to damage, so the more mana, the better. The regen is also quite nice later in the game.

lesser rune
  • Gathering Storm: Weak early but slowly ramps up. From minute 20 it becomes super strong.

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FLASH: Is a must-grab on a ADC because you're really squishy and require solid positioning. Although you do already have Arcane Shift to reposition yourself, Flash is still something you must have. It's the BEST summoner in the game.

HEAL: The reason we always take Heal over Barrier is because you are laning with a support. It's much stronger in 2v2 fights since it also heals your teammate, if he/she is within the proximity.

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Rising Spell Force (Passive): Ezreal gains increasing Attack Speed each time he successfully hits a spell, stacking up to 5 times.

Mystic Shot (Q): Ezreal fires a damaging bolt of energy which reduces all of his cooldowns by 1.5 seconds if it strikes an enemy unit.

Essence Flux (W): Ezreal fires a fluctuating wave of energy, dealing magic damage to enemy champions, while increasing the Attack Speed of allied champions.

Arcane Shift (E): Ezreal teleports to a target nearby location and fires a homing bolt which strikes the nearest enemy unit.

Trueshot Barrage (R): Ezreal winds up for 1 second to fire a powerful barrage of energy missiles which do massive damage to each unit they pass through (deals 10% less damage to each unit it passes through).

Ability Sequence
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Mystic Shot is maxed first because it's our bread and butter ability. We use it to poke/farm and when we hit a target, it reduces the cooldown of all other spells by 1.5 seconds. This is also the reason we get items like Sheen because Mystic Shot applies on-hit effects.

Arcane Shift is maxed second because it's our main way of repositioning, and therefore is a great escape tool. It has AD and AP ratios so it can also be used as a bonus damage source(only if it's safe for you). Whenever we put points into this ability, the cooldown gets reduced by 1.5 seconds. These are the main reasons we max Arcane Shift over Essence Flux.

Trueshot Barrage is maxed third because it's an insane global ultimate that scales off 100% AD and 90% AP. It can be used to snipe champions or steal objectives like baron and dragons. Sometimes you can even use it to kill a huge minion wave so your tower doesn't fall.

Essence Flux is maxed fourth. It's an okay ability, as it gives attack speed to allied champions you hit (including yourself if you dash into it), but it's not very useful for the early-midgame as it only has AP scaling. We get some AP very late in the game, so there's no reason for us to max this over any of the other abilities, unless we play AP ezreal.

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Doran's Blade
  • Doran's Blade: Will be our standard starting item. Gives AD, HP and lifesteal. It makes it easier to farm creeps and the lifesteal also works with your Mystic Shot.

Doran's Shield

Control Ward
  • Control Ward: It's SO important to always have wards on the map so you can track enemy movement. If you can protect the ward, you can have an insane amount of vision control combined with Warding Totem or Farsight Alteration. I ALWAYS buy 1 every time i base - Yes, even if i have a control ward placed on map already. If you find yourself in a scenario, where you already have 6 items, sell your Doran's Blade so you can stack wards.

Core items
Manamune: When stacked it will transform into Muramana and make Ezreal hit like a truck. Since we are stacking a lot of mana with this build, Manamune is a must because it gets and deals bonus damage based on mana.
Trinity Force: Super powerful mid-game item that synergizes very well with Ezreals kit. Every hit of Mystic Shot procs the spellblade passive and makes him more mobile with temporary MS boost. The CDR it gives is so important on Ezreal because he's a spellcaster that wants to spam abilities as much as possible.
Archangel's Staff: This is what makes Ezreal good in the lategame. Every single stat you get from this item has insane synergy with his kit and build. It buffs your lategame damage and of course survivability.

  • Ninja Tabi: Is the standard buy into AD heavy teams. It offers armor and 12% damage reduction on autoattacks(Yes it counts magic damage from autos too). If you face a full AD team, just get this and Iceborn Gauntlet.

  • Mercury's Treads: Buy this against CC heavy teams. If you ever get CC'ed for the full duration as an ADC in the lategame, it usually means death so get these for the tenacity, and get out alive.

  • Ionian Boots of Lucidity: My favorite boots on Ezreal. As a spellcaster, he needs all the CDR he can get, so you can spam your abilities in fights. I buy these in 90% of my games.

  • Tear of the Goddess: This is pretty much a "core item" but i put it here so i can explain how the double tear works. It's really important that your first Tear of the Goddess is stacked and transformed before you buy another one. This is because they have Unique passives which means that 2 items with the same unique passives can't stack. When the item transforms into Muramana it no longer has the same unique passive, so we can build another tear and start stacking it for Seraph's Embrace.

  • Iceborn Gauntlet: If you want more utility, then you should buy this instead of Trinity Force. You want this item when you are against heavy AD comps or vs AD-assassins like for example Talon, Zed and Kha'Zix, because it counters their lethality build. It let's you kite better with the slow and it also costs 1033 gold less than Trinity Force. Basically, you lose damage for more utility.

  • Mercurial Scimitar: This item is bought mainly for it's active that lets you cancel any CC, but the offensive/defensive stats it gives shouldn't be ignored. I always buy this when facing a Malzahar, Skarner and sometimes vs Warwick.

  • Maw of Malmortius: You get a big magic shield when you take magic damage that would put you below 30% HP. When the Lifeline passive triggers, you get 20 AD and 10% lifesteal. This is a must-buy into burst AP champions like LeBlanc, Katarina, Akali, Syndra and Fizz.

  • Lord Dominik's Regards: Buy this if you face tanks with lots of armor as it helps you killing them faster with the armorpen, and bonus damage vs high-hp targets.

  • Hextech Gunblade: The hybrid stats it gives is really good on Ezreal because his abilities scales with AD and AP. The active can be used to quickly burst down squishy targets, while the sustain will keep you healthy in fights.

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In the early game it's all about getting level 2 first so you can take control of the lane. Start with Mystic Shot and use it to stack your passive Rising Spell Force for the attack speed. If you do get level 2 first, you can go all-in and for some early kills, or at least take their summoners. Your level 2 is really strong with the attack speed buff you get from Rising Spell Force. If you think the enemy botlane will get level 2 before you, you should back off so you don't get engaged on. Except for the level 1-2, you mainly want to farm and base for the Tear of the Goddess. When you have enough gold for it, make sure to shove in OR freeze the wave, before you base. It's really important that you don't let it slowpush when basing, because it will give the opponent 2-3 free waves while you lose all the CS. From now on you should focus on stacking your Tear of the Goddess over fighting because you will be at a disadvantage since you didn't buy any damage items yet. You can and should still poke using Mystic Shot on enemy champions to get procs on Kleptomancy for free elixirs, gold, pots and wards, but don't greed and lose half your hp for it. Your goal here is to survive the laning phase and farm for your huge powerspike Manamune + Trinity Force or Iceborn Gauntlet.

It's usually midgame when the outer turrets start falling. If you are on the winning side and got the first tower bot, you should swap with your toplaner and get the top tower. The reason we swap is so we can snowball the lead and get more objectives. More towers means more global gold for your team! If you are on the losing side, then you should match the rotation of the enemy botlane. If they rotate top, you should do the same so you can defend your towers, because your toplaner most likely won't be able to do that in a 1v2. At this point you should have Manamune, and either Trinity Force or Iceborn Gauntlet.

Powerspike: is a state where your champion becomes significantly more powerful. Ezreal is known for spiking in the midgame as soon as he reaches 3-4 stacked items. Basically, it means you get a huge spike when you have Muramana, Trinity Force and Seraph's Embrace.
You MUST take advantage of the powerspike because you out-DPS most champions at this stage of the game. Keep looking for ways to extend your lead! The best way to snowball in soloqueue is by focusing more on objectives and less on kills. Ezreal is really strong at sieging because he can easily poke out squishy champions with Mystic Shot and Essence Flux and force them to base.

Ezreal is known for falling off in the lategame DPS-wise because he can't keep up with the crit ADCs. This build is invented to cover that weakness, letting him stay relevant even though he doesn't build crit items. The lategame is all about fighting for major objectives like baron and elder dragon, and using them for the final push to break open the base.
Teamfighting: You have 1 job in teamfights, and that is to pump out as much DPS as possible. Stay as far back as you can while dealing damage with Mystic Shot, Essence Flux and basic attacks. You should almost never use Arcane Shift for damage in the lategame. It's your only repositioning ability(excl. flash), so if you use it for damage, you will most likely be met with CC and die instantly. The general rule of thumb for ADCs is to attack whoever is closest to you, without getting caught in a bad position. Another important part of playing ADC is knowing what the enemy can do to you. Let's say you are facing an assassin like Fizz. It's safe to say that if you ever get in range of this guy, you will get blown up. In this case it's better for you to be patient, and wait until he used his ultimate - then you can start attacking him. Also don't forget to always time summoners so you don't get caught by unexpected combos and lose the game.

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Tips & Tricks

Mystic Shot applies on-hit effects like red buff, sheen items, duskblade and even on-hit buffs like ardent censer.

Essence Flux can be applied to yourself if you Arcane Shift into it.

Arcane Shift can be used to deny CC like Blitzcranks hook if timed well.

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And that's all for my Ezreal guide. Thank you for reading it, i hope you learned something! If you still have any questions, you can comment here or find me on my stream.