you can tell how good someone is at a champion by how well they CS

#11xMrShadowPosted 4/24/2013 7:40:15 AM
I would agree with this. I went up against a Nasus once and he was using E to farm minions instead of farming his Q.
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#12SirWozzelPosted 4/24/2013 7:48:25 AM
xMrShadow posted...
I would agree with this. I went up against a Nasus once and he was using E to farm minions instead of farming his Q.


You know that ap nasus is a thing right?
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#13Final_HatsamuPosted 4/24/2013 7:49:58 AM
SirWozzel posted...
xMrShadow posted...
I would agree with this. I went up against a Nasus once and he was using E to farm minions instead of farming his Q.


You know that ap nasus is a thing right?


No matter what Nasus builds, his Q still has that scaling passive and he should always make use of it.
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#14danw15yrPosted 4/24/2013 7:51:06 AM
SirWozzel posted...
xMrShadow posted...
I would agree with this. I went up against a Nasus once and he was using E to farm minions instead of farming his Q.


You know that ap nasus is a thing right?


Just a really useless thing.
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#15CosmosYearsPosted 4/24/2013 7:55:38 AM
I mean I feel like it can be a little more complicated than that. I think this standard is most relevant for top lane since positioning determines if you lose a trade which is typically melee. In mid lane there's typically skill shots thrown around. The only thing to really learn in mid if you're playing a skillshot champ to farm is to learn how much your skill shots will do early and then finish up with last hits.

I can pick up any new champ and cs just about the same but my limited knowledge of that champ means I'm not likely to get kills in lane and I won't be as confident in what I can do in teamfights.

For me anyway it doesn't take more than 4 games at the most for me to understand how to cs properly but I can't call myself decent at that champ until I'm confident in those two other situations.
#16xRustySpoon(Topic Creator)Posted 4/24/2013 8:03:42 AM
From: CosmosYears | #015
I mean I feel like it can be a little more complicated than that.


But I'd much rather just make blanket statements about everything.
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#17RihawfPosted 4/24/2013 8:04:50 AM
I love Nami's AA.
Soraka's projectile is good too.
Sona's is awkward.
Janna pretty awkward too, last hitting is k though
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#18supershadonicPosted 4/24/2013 8:04:58 AM
Depends on champs.
#19SorrySleepingPosted 4/24/2013 8:09:28 AM
From: Final_Hatsamu | #013
SirWozzel posted...
xMrShadow posted...
I would agree with this. I went up against a Nasus once and he was using E to farm minions instead of farming his Q.


You know that ap nasus is a thing right?


No matter what Nasus builds, his Q still has that scaling passive and he should always make use of it.


Q farm > Farm > No Farm

If you can't farm as Nasus, the next best thing is leveling E and getting SOME farm.
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#20UnderwaterAirPosted 4/24/2013 10:16:39 AM
The only right Nasus build is tank Nasus.