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3 years ago#1
So I have been trying stuff out with her, and I think I've found the best way to maximize her kit.

I like to go RWQE skill-wise, since W does high base damage and Q will always do a decent amount.

Itemwise, a full build would be:

Mercury Treads
Void Staff
Rabadon's Deathcap
Athene's Unholy Grail
Frozen Heart
Frozen Mallet

Tanky with a good mixture of damage, durability, and ability to stick. Usually I will get tanky first and then go for Grail depending on where I went. This is probably only doable in lane and not jungle.
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3 years ago#2
I disagree.

Grail is not exactly that great. If you're building that order, Void first is horrendous. Deathcap first is horrendous.

Dunno why everyone likes FrHeart so much.

Mallet over Rylais is questionable.
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3 years ago#3
I didn't exactly mean in that order; I should have clarified.

You can go tanky/CDR first, or more damage if wrecking, but I think tanky is probably better because if you are doing well early with tanky, you are only going to do more damage.

I think Grail + Frozen Heart just offers a good mixture of survivability and puts you close to the max cap of CDR. Mallet offers more health and infinite chase potential in Spider Form, unlike Rylai's which is a pretty miniscule slow duration of only 1.5 seconds.

What do you usually build?
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3 years ago#4
From: Khaos Xero | #003
What do you usually build?


95% of the time, I build situationally.
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3 years ago#5
I go Phage -> deathcap -> Mallet -> lichbane

then nashors(need CDR)/zhonyas/FH/banshees

Deathcap + lichbane is really all she needs for damage, the rest of her items should be helping her get tanky/utility (when they give her damage too its a plus though)
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