Super difficult champions to master in League of Legends (P2)

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2021-12-21 03:16:32

These are champions that mastering them is almost impossible for most League of Legends gamers. Let’s see which generals they are!

These are champions that mastering them is almost impossible for most League of Legends gamers. Let’s see which generals they are!

Bard

As an extremely annoying support champion in League of Legends, Bard also has a very high difficulty. This champion’s skill set is considered to be tactical and mutant in combat.

But the ultimate is Bard’s “money” point, with R Bard can make the opponent or teammates turn gold for a moment, making you have an ecstatic rescue phase or squeeze the whole team at any time. Even the players participating in Worlds can’t really master the champion with the blind ults.

Anivia

This is one of the pickiest champions for players and teammates of all the mages of League of Legends. This champion’s playstyle is relatively mana draining and even worse than Ryze. Although playing a lot will also make your Anivia use combos smoother with blizzard phases with the right people at the right time, but without the green buff at level 6, Anivia almost had to breathe oxygen because she couldn’t. the road for too long.

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In addition, with W – Snow Wall, if used successfully, the wall can separate and bury the opponent in a large Snowstorm area of ​​Anivia. But when it fails, it also makes teammates not wait until 5 seconds to get out of that wall.

Gangplank

There are few champions that have as many strong points as Gangplank, any champion from rich control or a long-range champion, Gangplank can counter their gameplay.

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Gangplank even has for himself the ability to engage in fights anywhere with his ultimate. But playing Gangplank is very difficult when you need to optimize your gold and damage.

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