Looking for a new mid champ

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3 years ago#21
Gangplank and Pantheon.
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3 years ago#22
Ok I might look into gangplank. I tried panth b4 on free week. I don't think he's for me. Unless someone can explain how to use his ult properly for me please?
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3 years ago#23
Xenokiro posted...
Ok I might look into gangplank. I tried panth b4 on free week. I don't think he's for me. Unless someone can explain how to use his ult properly for me please?


Pantheon can be played well without even using ult. Key to his ult is getting down the timing and knowing when to ult and where such as in chokepoint areas. GP on the other hand is much easier to use than Pantheon since ur ult can be used to chase or escape and help pick up kills and assists on the other side of the map. Plus GP with a Frozen Mallet can be a pain due to the sheer amount of slows from his abilities and Auto Attacks. It's almost impossible to escape a GP that has 4 or 5 ways to keep you slowed down.
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3 years ago#24
I'm a big fan of Malzhar and Xerath. Malz is bursty, and has a little voidling to help down turrets. I also find Xerath melting people from a distance to be insanely fun. His passive also helps against AD heavy teams
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3 years ago#25
Fizz! First off his passive is that he ignores unit collision which can be helpful and he has a shark
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