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Offensive Support Sona: The Not-So-Silent Mute

jcwolves Last updated on September 26, 2015
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Hello! I'm Jcwolves and I've been maining Sona for quite a while. I fell in love with her pokey-sustain style champion, and her ability to punish while still being a support. Sona is a great champion and fairly easy to play, but very hard to master. This is my first guide, so POSITIVE feedback is welcome and appreciated.

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Pros / Cons

Sona is a great champion who does very well in support role. Just like any champion though, she has her Pros and Cons.

    Very Good Poke
    Excellent Passive in Power Chord
    Very flexible
    VERY Mana Hungry
    No wave clear

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EArly Game:
Sona is a poke champion. She walks up, Q's, and walks away. It is easy to poke minions for your ADC, as it is very hard for you to actually clear minions early. Be sure to save your Power Chord to hit the enemy ADC unless the support is being very aggressive. Ideally, use your powerchords after your Q to do a lot of damage, but if they are hurting a lot in fights then feel free to use your W before you engage on their ADC. If you are chasing and your powerchord is up, e and slow down your enemy, or use it to escape from a determined chaser.

*******WORK IN PROGRESS********


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