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IbnBattuta Guide to AD Twisted Fate
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+10% Attack Speed
+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+15-140 HP (lvls 1-18)
Loaded Dice (PASSIVE)
Twisted Fate Passive Ability
Threats & Synergies
BAN HIM AND DON'T ASK QUESTIONS!
Pantheon can block your first hit which make your ambush useless so just AA him then quickly stun him so better use the element of surprise and you will beat him easily.
Nasus is a tough one to beat because he is insane tank and his Q deals massive damage in Late Games and his E will decrease your attack speed so be careful of him and don't get close to him and always fight while moving.
Once you bought your core gears, he is fucking useless champion since he won't be able to 1v1 you at all but beware of his ultimate, once he unleash it, flash out of it before it kills you.
Yasuo's Shield from his passive counters your stun if you started with it so you will be forced to AA him then stun but he might use his Wind Wall to block your Yellow Card which make it more harder for you to beat him so the best advice for you is to use element of surprise against him.
Hello everyone, My summoner name is IbnBattuta and believe me "Ibn" isn't spelled I-B-N like a machine's serial name but that's an actual name of a famous Moroccan Traveler and I use his name in games since most Champions/Heroes in most of the rpg games start their adventures as travelers.
I started playing LoL back in mid of 2013 (Season 3) then quit the game around level 10 then a year after, I got bored of my normal games so I gave LoL another try and made this account in Season 4 and played till I reached level 10 and quit LoL again but this time because I had a ban for a week due to a leave of mine (Low-Profile Queue didn't exist at that time). Later I downloaded LoL again because of my gaming clan "Damage Incorporated" which was playing LoL so I was thinking of recruiting EUNE players to our clan so I came back to this account and somehow I found players from my country using TeamSpeak as well so LoL became more interesting and fun so I had the motivation to reach level 30 and I achieved that goal and now participating in ranked games and S6 I was Bronze II and in S7 I'm still Bronze V so I hope that I reach Platinum (Whom I'm kidding!).
Let's move to our topic, Twisted Fate is mage champion which base his attacks on Ability Power and he is almost as dangerous as Katarina, Fizz and Veigar (Nah, Veigar is a noob champ compared to him). Some players said that Twisted Fate can play in all lanes and I didn't believe them but I gave it a try and the rumors were actually true. Since I main ADC, I tried to play Twisted Fate as APC till someone explained to me that he plays as ADC in Bot and not APC and gave me some advises. Once I mastered his AD style, I was able to play him in Bot and Jungle more efficiently and actually carried some games alone and got S and S- which I never got in playing him as Mid so if you main ADC or Jungle, there is no problem trying AD Twisted Fate so give him a try and you will never regret it.
+ Fun to play.
+ Solo every ADC in Late Game especially Draven
+ Insane mobility because of Destiny
+ Awesome CC and Slow due to his Yellow Card.
+ Can escape difficult situations with his Stun.
+ Never run out of Mana due to his Blue Card.
+ Extra Gold due to his Loaded Dice
+ Poke the hell put of everyone in Early.
+ Always carry the game once late game is reached.
+ Insane Attack Speed which come helpful.
- Missing Yellow Card when needed means you are screwed.
- So Squishy till he buys Life Steal Items.
- Can't manage himself in Early without a support.
- As ADC, Enemy team will focus on killing you first.
- Low DMG compared to other ADCs in Early.
- Playing as AD means giving up on Wild Cards.
- Very squishy vs AD Assasins such as Rengar.
- Completely useless against Jax.
Overheal is a good choice since we depend on Life Steal items usually in our builds, which will help us gain excess healing in advance before deciding to gank to aid a specific lane.
Legend: Alacrity for more initial attack speed to survive in the jungle and similar reason for Coup de Grace as well.
In domination tree, we do pick Eyeball Collection for the increase in AD Damage and Ultimate Hunter for more cooldown reduction on our ultimate.
|Our ultimate is obviously our main skill to the max to reduce it's cooldown, allowing us to use it faster to keep track of missing enemies and to gank to help our allies. Stacked Deck is maxed first because it's our main source of Attack Speed since our build is focused on On-Hit damage. Pick A Card is maxed after to ensure we maximize the effect of our cards, especially our Gold card to increase the period of stunning enemies from 1 second to 2 whole seconds. Lastly, we do max Wild Cards to catch up escaping enemies in late who escape with so little health, and also because, in that point of the game, you gained some AP from your other items, which would make it more effective than at the starting of the game.|
Second, you gonna head to your Red and ask Top or Bot to ward your blue, depending on where you started your game, either in Right Side or Left Side of the map.
Third, you either gonna unlock Stacked Deck to kill the jungle monster quick for your ADC to go back to his farm, or Pick A Card to use your Gold twice during the fight with the jungle monster, to reduce the amount of damage you receive so that you don't have to recall early to regain your health.
Don't bother to fight Raptors (Red Chickens) or Krugs (Twin Stone Monsters) early, because they're likely to kill you, so you either go to kill the wolf pack or Frog, then head get Rift Scuttler, before enemy jungle does.
When facing one jungle monster, you gonna use your gold card to stun him first from a distance, then continue killing it, and you could finish the monster using Blue Card if you want.
But when facing multiple jungle monsters like Raptors, Wolves or Krugs, you'd better start with your red card, then stun the pick monster in the pack.
It's better to gank early to assist your allies using your flash and yellow card, so don't forget to pay more attention to the map.
Also, and always do ward the jungle, because you don't want to end up facing any Assassin Jungle, who will just kill you once he spots you, which will result in your death.
But.. his earlies ain't that good, and when faced with an assassin jungle, you're pretty much dead anyway, which will put your whole team in a huge disadvantage, leaving you behind, allowing enemy jungle to roam free and gank more, which will lead to the other team's victory early, preventing you from reaching late game where you shine.
So don't use Twisted Fate in Normal Blind at all and use him in Normal Draft and Ranked only, where you can know for sure whom you're facing, so when they pick and Assassin such as Rengar, Kha'Zix or Master Yi, you could play another useful jungle champion to be most useful to your team.
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