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Xerath Build Guide by AP WormMaW Mid

Middle [S10] WormMaW's guide for Xerath!

Middle [S10] WormMaW's guide for Xerath!

Updated on October 28, 2020
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398 25 1,299,348 Views 15 Comments League of Legends Build Guide Author AP WormMaW Mid Xerath Build Guide By AP WormMaW Mid Updated on October 28, 2020
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Murderman5 | September 6, 2020 1:12pm
I think most of the dashing champions such as Jax Or Xin Zhao etc. Can counter xerath pretty well as they will keep on engaging, This will cause xerath to also deal quite some good damage with the E - > W - > Q combo, but It would be necessary for Xerath to be close to the tower then or xerath would then die immediately as They a considerable amount of cc with them and deal some heavy damage
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Murderman5 | September 6, 2020 1:05pm
Is it necessary to prolong the Q to get more damage in, When do you think is the best time to do such and you haven't put Liandry's in the core items, Liandry's and Luden have great synergy though, What do you think the other provide which Liandry does not
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lemonbellflower (22) | June 9, 2020 5:09pm
This is a nice little guide! Your personality really bleeds through, it makes it very warm and friendly. I don't think that Xerath really is my playstyle, but I still enjoyed reading this and coming to know the champ a little better. Thank you!
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Steve57 (7) | May 14, 2020 7:32am
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AP WormMaW Mid (15) | May 22, 2020 11:50pm
It can be. It depends if you prefer to scale or if you want more early pressure.
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Steve57 (7) | May 23, 2020 12:55am
Okay, thank you for responding.
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Charles Alighiero (2) | January 19, 2019 7:28am
You know i don't play xerath usually but i think he's a little i don't know too vulnerable, (in every aspect jungler etc..) some advise if you can
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AP WormMaW Mid (15) | January 21, 2019 7:43am
It's all about positioning. Obviously you need to position yourself depending on teamcomp you are facing and understand when you can be more agressive and when you just need to keep your distance.
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PhoenixianSlayer (6) | January 18, 2019 9:12pm
Wormmaw, How did you get the lines to be blue? I know how to get white dividers, but I have been looking to get different colored ones.
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AP WormMaW Mid (15) | January 21, 2019 7:56am
Hello, it's something like this: [*center][*table][*tr][*td bgcolor=#4c8eff padding=1 width=700][*/td][*/tr][*/table][*/center]

Without stars by the way...
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Ilift13 (4) | November 1, 2018 12:11pm
Phenomenal guide - loved the beg to late game strategy guide. I usually can stay alive and get a few killed but have trouble landing all three or four ultimate shots. Any suggestions on the technique I should be using?
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evilsaint | July 29, 2019 10:46pm
Pretty old comment here, but I figured I would chime in - you don't have to land a single shot of your ultimate on an enemy champ to have it still be successfully used. Maybe kill a creep wave crashing on an unattended tower? Bunch of CS saved. Vision on enemy buffs? Snipe that SOB and /dance. There are plenty of opportunities to use your ult more creatively, especially because it's tough to use in the middle of a teamfight or skirmish sometimes without opening yourself to getting jumped on. The main thing I've found that helps predict people's movement (or get them to juke less) is to fire off one shot ASAP, but then hold off on the rest. It usually gives you a better idea of where they might be headed next, so you can predict it and clown on 'em.
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AP WormMaW Mid (15) | November 1, 2018 3:36pm
Hello, thank you very much for positive feedback!
In terms of ultimate - there is really no way how to guarantee, that you land your ultimate shots. One way how to use it is, when someone is trying to escape, while being chased by your teammates. In that case you should be trying to use that ultimate just to zone him from his escape path, even though you would miss all shots, because if your team can get target, then it's still worth right?
Another thing - you need to try to read your opponent movements. Sometimes they are trying to escape, sometimes they are trying to juke by going towards you or even sidestep it. You need to see, what is your opponent usually trying to do and depending on that, you should try to predict his movements.
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GoIden (2) | June 19, 2018 7:17am
thank you for sharing your guide can't expect better.
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AP WormMaW Mid (15) | June 19, 2018 7:17am
Thank you very much for your positive response!
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