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What is the best way to learn a new champion?

Creator: ThomassoCZ August 12, 2011 5:02am
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^So true jhoijhoi ^^

I did that with Kog Maw and I've now won 80-90% of the games I've played with him :p
Doesn't matter if it's AP Kog, AD Kog or on-hit Kog, cause I've practiced them all in 1v1 against a friend. It helped me alot to do so.
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What I do when I first get a champion, I play a bot game just to get used to the skills and build that I will use. After that I play in solo queue 5's and I play like a really easily intimidated hamster? It sounds dumb but basically I'm just saying play it REALLY safe, only harass if you know you wont be put into a firefight. Stay in teamfights as a tank and for a squishy character just keep your distance from the enemy. Practice makes perfect so after some games anywhere from 5-20 you will really grab on to how the champion works. Then you can get used to harassing because you will relatively know how much damage you do early game etc. etc.

Also it really doesn't hurt to have runes, so start saving for those Tier 3 runes. They might suprisingly improve your skill with "said" champion.
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