WOB Silas

aka Cthülulu

  • I live in California
  • I was born on June 18
  • My occupation is Student, Software Engineering
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  • WOB Silas

    Murasa's Anchor is a core legendary item in League of Legends. It is the Critical strike based counterpart of .

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    • This item is best built with and/or , as both make it easier to apply slowing stacks.
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    Before I get started I'd like to clarify that these are all within the context of support . I have no issue with Lulu in other lanes, but it's not what I'm focusing on here.

    I feel like the main reason behind underuse and her occasional perceived weakness when she is played can be largely attributed to misunderstandings and/or disagreements about what her playstyle, strengths, and weaknesses are.

    I feel a big contributor to this factor is that she can in fact be played a handful of ways in the support role. For example, I find many people tend to play her like Janna during the laning phase, focusing on shielding the carry and harassing with , while saving whimsy for when a fight is committed to (this part I wholeheartedly agree with), while oth…

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  • WOB Silas

    Tag Teams

    September 4, 2012 by WOB Silas

    As we all know, there are a handful of champions that can play well in multiple lanes/roles. It'd be nice to be able to take advantage of this, especially in a draft pick scenario, yet rarely do we see people change roles once they've chosen their champion.

    Case in point, there are a few champion combos that can allow you to take advantage of this. The one that comes to mind for me is /. Picking early in draft is asking for a , , or other AD mid on the enemy team, but what a lot of people don't count on is Galio going jungle. Picking (who should be able to mid quite well against anyone Galio wouldn't outright destroy, particularly talon) would allow the two to switch roles flexibly before the game starts, allowing you to catch your oppone…

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    To whom it may concern:

    Not sure if anyone has noticed, but I haven't been lurking as much lately.

    My semester just started, and I've made it my goal to boot as many lazy habits as possible out the door, so I've quit LoL for the time being to focus on school as much as possible. That doesn't necessarily mean I won't be here, but I'll certainly be less help when I am (since I know a lot less about the current state of the game) and I won't be here as often, because I have other things to do.

    The main reason I'm making this post, as I think should be somewhat obvious, is because I'm a rollback editor, and I probably shouldn't be any more, as I'm no longer really able to perform my duties. So, if the title should be removed, kick me out and repl…

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    So User:Captain Montilla and I recently started playing a few co-ops dual-jungling, just for the fun of it (to be honest, we've only done 2 so far). Following this train of thought, I stumbled on an idea; a way to take advantage of the immense ganking potential of one champion and the surprisingly good jungling of another. As we all know, is an AMAZING ganker, but her jungling is less than ideal, whereas (some of you may not know this, but...) is actually great at the jungling part of things while being pretty terrible on the ganking side. Throw them together and add the fact that and already have amazing synergy with each other (if you want to ask me about that, I'll explain it), and it actually seemed like a borderline viable idea. S…

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