Played a game last night, friend went Kassadin mid and just got s*** on by the opposing Kayle (he went 1/5 in lane against her). He's relatively new to Kassadin, so did he just fail hard or is Kayle a counter, or at least as much of a counter as there can be for Kass? --- Now Playing: Pokemon Y Version, League of Legends i5-3570k | 8GB 1600MHz RAM | GeForce GTX670 FTW | Asus P8Z77-V LK | 1TB HDD
Counter or not, dieing numerous times prior to laning ending generally means you got outplayed, whether thats down to a poor game on your part, mistakes, or the opposing player just being better. The last bit a lot of people seem to have a hard time understanding it's concept, that sometimes your opponent is just better than you. It isn't a bad thing, just the nature of competitive games as a whole, otherwise you'd never get "pros" or people who are near the best of the best. --- XBL - Blue Eagle44 PSN - BlueEagle44
They both have 650 range missiles and can trade hits in that fashion. Kass' has a silence attached to it but hopefully kayle is smart enough to summon up her E prior to this.
Kassadin can't CS well, though. Anytime he goes in kayle will be there with ranged auto's and/or splash to make him suffer. Upon taking that much poke, he won't win any all-ins attempted.
Post 6 is a bit different. He can combo pretty hard and silence means no life-saving ult outta kayle. Unless the kayle is topped off and fed she'll probably die at this point. --- ...And the pain was enough to make a shy, bald Bhuddist reflect and plan a mass murder. http://ffhacktics.com/smf/index.php?topic=3952.0