i guess finisher wasnt the right word, i meant like when the team fight started all ready and locking down the champ rather then opening on them, if tht makes sense --- FC-1306-6241-3787
#8PaddwigPosted 11/12/2013 9:54:03 PM
Nothing like sniping my enemy with Sej's R.
Or dunking the Sona with 150 HP in the back line.
Vi's ult is unstoppable, so nothing will stop me from using it on the enemy jungle trying to escape over dragon wall. With Q on cooldown, that sweet 150g is just a Flash-R away.
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#9Game ShowPosted 11/12/2013 10:04:02 PM
Sej - initiate with R, or disengage Vi - initiate if you have a clear advantage and/or you have somebody that will dive with you. If you have neither, you will likely end up just dying immediately J4 - EQ knock up combo is your initiation, R is the follow up --- "When it comes to eating out, being a girl is the only way to go." - Ranma
#10GForce9xPosted 11/12/2013 10:04:42 PM
I main Sej jungle and it really depends on the situation. Very often I will try to use it to counter-initiate and/or disrupt, especially if I have a teammate who is also capable of initiating a teamfight. If both teams are on a standoff, it is very unlikely that initiating with her ult will catch a lot of targets (and most likely not any high priority ones).
The only exception is if I'm the only initiator on my team, in that case I would do something like dive in with my Q, let them all jump on me, and then flash out and pop my ult while they're still grouped up or something along those lines.
Other times I may save it as a peel for my adc/apc if the other team has someone who can quickly get behind the lines to them.
Like I said, it really depends on the situation, but I typically tend to use it to counter, disrupt or follow-up. --- SSBB FC: 3265-4731-5268, MKWii FC: 3566-1975-9489 PSN: GForce9x