Team Guide by Axoren
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(Team Work Required)
* Switched Morgana out for Ezreal.
People have been suggesting that I swap out Morgana for another damage dealer seeing as the snare was excessive and unneeded. Ezreal is a much better damage dealer early game and is more useful in team fights later in the match, so I agreed to swap her out for Ezreal.
This is a First Blood Squad Guide. It is a guide base solely around getting a very quick and very brutal first blood at level 1. This team combo of Blitz, Singed, and Ezreal seems to work best as all three have high survivability, damage, and they work well together as you'll soon see. This method of getting First Blood is supposed to be so swift and brutal that the moral of the enemy team will dwindle in the first two minutes.
If you're going for the FB in Summoner's Rift, you're going to want to make sure the other 2 people are capable of laning by themselves while you've gone to your lane with your "Baton-Passing Squad". You also want to decide which lane you're going to "ingest" with your righteous fury. By planning this stuff out, you keep your ENTIRE team playing efficiently in the first 2 minutes.
You're also going to want someone or both other players to have Clarvoyance to check if they're actually coming to the lane you're waiting for them at so you know to make an early switch up.
If you're going for the FB in Twisted Treeline, you're golden. No need to worry about two other people who can't solo their lane because they're fighting Garen and Taric as Soraka or some stupid stuff like that. With Twisted Treeline, you're almost guaranteed to find some food in the bottom lane early game. However, you're going to want to decide whether or not you want to take your squad up to them or if you want to wait in the bush. Make sure it's clear before the game starts as deciding when you finally catch a glimpse of them in your Line of Sight is a bad idea.
First Five Seconds
Click on Health Potion 5 times,
Click on your Elixir,
You need to be fast, a misclick can screw you up for an entire two seconds.
Practice your first 5 seconds as a team in a practice game first, to make sure you have it down.
Ezreal- Singed - Blitzcrank
Back - Middle - Front
You want Singed to be as close as possible to Blitzcrank's behind.
You want Ezreal within spell range of Singed.
If you make it to the Gank Point (bush) first with no sign of the enemy, Blitzcrank should move as far up as possible and ready his Rocket Grab. Secondly, Singed should position himself behind Blitzcrank so that if Blitzcrank were to grab someone, there would be a slight walk to them before the flip; this is to avoid flipping them in the wrong direction. Ezreal should position himself behind Singed in such a way that Singed is in range of his Mystic Shot. Make sure none of you are visible and/or outside of the bush. You should all drink your elixirs before the other team shows up; they last for 3-4 minutes, so it's fine if you drink them now and wait.
Oops, Too Late
Reserved for what you should do if they got there first and noticed all three of you slowpokes and ran away before you could kill them.
First Blood Time Now?
Yes. As some of you may have guessed, this is 73% evil and 100% wrong. What you're gonna do is pull the squishiest person with Blitzcrank's Rocket Grab, flip the squishiest person with Singed's Fling, shoot the squishiest person with Ezreal's Mystic Shot, and then fondle the squishiest person with EVERYONE!
This will accomplish many good things. You'll see alot of this:
"What just happened?!"
"I CAN'T DO ANYTHING!"
Most likely, you'll see "Team X has agreed to surrender" at 25:00 on the dot.
This one spectacle of team work is enough to make opponents shove their fists through their CRT monitors, get their hands sucked in by the vacuum, and get electrocuted. Your team is so awesome, it commits real life murder!
Things to be added
- Pros and Cons
- Post-First Blood instructions
- More things that I forgot to list just now