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- Playing As Ivern
- Try to help allies follow up a good Rootcaller hit with Triggerseed!
- Use Brushmaker to set up future ambush spots!
- Daisy can block skillshots and slow down enemies. Use her to peel for your teammates!
- Playing Against Ivern
- Ivern can be deceptively slippery. Be careful chasing him too far.
- Ivern's brush has a long duration. Watch out for ambushes!
- Be careful when fighting Ivern alone if he has Daisy ready to help!
- Ability Usage
- Mastery Usage
- Item Usage
- Even, if Brushmaker's passive component tempts for building attack speed, it is mostly way too risky to have a use of it. Ability Power is way better on him.
- Ivern is a melee mage. Consider getting him items that grant both Ability Power and durability.
- Ivern all attributes he needs, from survivability through mana to cast spells to ability power, which increases his damage. grants
- Another option may be Rootcaller's root and Triggerseed's slow overcome this of 's and Daisy's attacks do not apply spell effects, making it only effective on Brushmaker enchanted attacks. The stats it grants make it worth though. . It also grants health and ability power, but also allows you to stick to your targets when it's safe. Note, that
- When in need of armor, Triggerseed and root enemy via Rootcaller, possibly getting a kill or just safely run away. and are items that will suit him well. The first will grant him useful stasis to mitigate enemy onslaught or give you a chance to self-cast
- When needing magic resistance, Ivern's melee nature makes useful. Not only grants it increased ability power and magic resistance, but also allows you to cast spells more frequently and increases magic damage surrounding enemies take. When not willing to sit in your enemies's faces, consider instead.