: If you need a lot of details and explanations, add me ingame, I'll help {{sticker:slayer-pantheon-thumbs}}
When I come online again.....yep sure
Èclair (EUNE)
: **High Elo Super Duper Tip of Truth for Every Epic Support Player**: _Don't risk your life over a pink ward. _
Yeah thanks😂😂
Bloodnacht (EUNE)
: Most useless tips ever, rofl
atleast they gave me those
Neomarre (EUW)
: I feel like all this comments are way to complicated for somebody who is new and who will probably stay a bit in lower leagues to start with. Start with this things and then once you are good at them you can expand your knowledge. 1. Whole idea of support in lanning phase is passive gold generation using one of the 3 starting support items, {{item:3301}} , {{item:3303}} , {{item:3302}}, and letting your lane companion take all the minions, only exception being using relic shield charges which are best used on cannon minions. Later on in evolves into protecting your carries, fighting for vision, cc-ing enemies etc. 2. But lets keep it simple to start with. Play a ranged support to start with, i recommend high range mages. Some examples are velkoz, brandt, zyra. Practice landing your skills and poking enemies. Let more experienced players worry about playing engage champions and the likes. Starting item for these is {{item:3303}}. If you feel like your team is doing ok build protective or healing items which benefit whole team or at least your partner. If not go mostly for AP and try to land as much as you can in teamfights on as many people you can. If things are not going great try to land your CC on their most fed person and hope for the best. This is by far the easiest way to start of. If you take something which is considered S tier in LCS like Alistar or Braum you will get crapped on a lot and be super frustrated. 3. In lane try keeping wards at the paths you most often get ganked from. Once their jungler is 4-5 start warding dragon. Once a couple of towers are down and people start grouping a lot keep 1 ward at least at nashor at all times. Your main objective is that you see it before it starts happening. Once you learn more watch some tutorials and stuff for warding places but from start i would really stick to these 3 things. Other than that experiment and use extra wards if you have them to check bushes before going in them. Don't worry to much about high elo vision fighting and places to put wards at before you learn the basics. 4. Don't argue with people in chat, don't discuss, do your own thing. Most often as support that means figuring out around 15-20 minute mark who is the most skilled person in the game and becoming his shadow. Do not fall into the trap of trying to protect your botlaner at all costs because more often than not at that point somebody will be so fed he will just delete him from game over and over again and organised grouping is just a dream. And sometimes you will get a very good ADC and you can be his shadow. But if you lose your lane don't spend the rest of the game trying to salvage it because you most probably will not. If lanes fail group and hope your team is better at that than lane phase. If grouping also fails lose with dignity and go into another game without thinking to much of it. 5. But most important at all just have fun and don't worry to much. Support is super fun to play, you do not have to worry about minions and farm you are all about interacting with your enemies or your allies which is the best part of the game imo. Good luck and have fun!
: Keeping your adc alive is your main role. Even in teamfights if you can protect marksman he/she will deal more damage but most of the times everyone kills adc and then teams call him or her garbage that he / she can't deal damage
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jacktjong (EUW)
: Yup, works. Also, one of my favorite interactions when playing with a Braum: with Lucian's passive where he shoots twice after using an ability both attacks give a stack of Braum's passive. So basically if Braum gets the passive on someone Lucian can do an auto attack, Q, auto attack and the enemy will already be stunned.
: They are two different passive skills. They stack separately but at the same time.
Thank you so much.....
: The effects don't interfere with each others. So if an enemy have a stack of Braum's passive and then Vayne AA him, he'll get a second stack of braum's passive + a stack of vayne's
Thank you so much........
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