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League of Legends Build Guide Author ShuToro

"Collateral DMG Gets Penta, I Ain't Even Mad" S5

ShuToro Last updated on March 31, 2015
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emoriam (287) | April 1, 2015 2:58am
There are a few pretty simple things you can add to your guide. Your banners can still remain the same.

[[Graves]] creates Graves for example and can be used when writing texts and explanations.

[icon=Graves size=50] creates and could replace some of the pictures you use (e.g. in the item section). When clicking on the picture the reader can access further information and it's easier to handle these codings as you can change the size ad libitum.
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ShuToro | March 31, 2015 3:32pm
emoriam wrote:

What you have written so far is pretty fine but there are a few things I want to suggest you.
First of all, adding an introduction would be nice. You can briefly talk about what the they guide is about, you can briefly talk about Graves as a champion and you can briefly talk about yourself, the author (what you're actually doing at the end of the guide). Pros and Cons are generally mentioned earlier as they offer a rather general overview about a champion's strenghts and weaknesses. It's not mandatory to put the chapter in the beginning of the guide but it's a common thing to do and makes the guide easier to read in my opinion.
You are using pictures in the guide but you could also consider using BBCodes. There is also this guide also covering topics such as guide layout and structure. Columns are a great way of structuring your guide and making it look appealing.
Try to expand the content in the guide overall by mentioning more supports, talking more about positioning and so on. You can explain your Rune and Mastery choices a bit more in detail and you might also mention alternative Runes (or reasons why some other Runes aren't that great even though many people consider them to be).


I Thank you for you observation, and have gone and changed quite a few things. Thank you for assisting me but as for the layout I may look into it for my next guide but I prefer my simple banners I made and then get straight to business rather then using up my time to adjust to the way others make their guides on MobaFire. I like to be original :D, but still thank you and nothing said here meant as an insult.
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emoriam (287) | March 31, 2015 3:46am
What you have written so far is pretty fine but there are a few things I want to suggest you.
First of all, adding an introduction would be nice. You can briefly talk about what the they guide is about, you can briefly talk about Graves as a champion and you can briefly talk about yourself, the author (what you're actually doing at the end of the guide). Pros and Cons are generally mentioned earlier as they offer a rather general overview about a champion's strenghts and weaknesses. It's not mandatory to put the chapter in the beginning of the guide but it's a common thing to do and makes the guide easier to read in my opinion.
You are using pictures in the guide but you could also consider using BBCodes. There is also this guide also covering topics such as guide layout and structure. Columns are a great way of structuring your guide and making it look appealing.
Try to expand the content in the guide overall by mentioning more supports, talking more about positioning and so on. You can explain your Rune and Mastery choices a bit more in detail and you might also mention alternative Runes (or reasons why some other Runes aren't that great even though many people consider them to be).
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