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Discussion in 'New Players' started by yololtroll, Apr 16, 2014.
Pro tip: Be a tree with erefern NO ONE WILL NOTICE YOU!!!
He is a big piece of rock, has some leaves and a bird nest on his head (after rack Radiant Light).
reega is great for playing with nubs cuz they r stupid enough to attk him with ult on i was lv6 when i first tried him 20 kills but with pros im hopeless xD
Until it backfired cause people don't even bother using the skill and activate it when they are near death -.-
thats a tree -.-
Best team comp and lane comp:
1 guardian/ support
Duo lane: magical guardian/ support + ranged adc
mid: good clear mage
solo: good harassment fighter/ mage
jungle: good gank potential fighter
As one of the noobs I feel like I should throw some insight out here:
1) Stay away from the melee heroes at first. For a newb (or a noob for that matter) it can be hard to tell when a fight has turned against you and hard to execute a successful retreat even with a ranged character. With a melee character by the time you realize you should retreat it's probably too late.
2) You've mentioned which characters are easy to play, but not what order to approach them in. I would recommend Support > Mage (outside the 2 melee ones) > ranged Fighter > Guardian > melee Fighter/Mage as the order of least to most likely to be a drag on your team if you play badly. The Goblin Scout can contribute even if you do nothing besides pick a carry/guardian and follow him around healing the whole game. Play a melee carry badly and you can take your whole team down with you.
I stand firm on none of this, of course.
So... should I pick Aria? She is very far ranged and I also heard she is the easiest hero to master. Her difficulty bar is almost at 0. Or Ant Guard? He is beast in melee. Better than elf.
How to beat a pro team when you're a noob.
Reega Is Easy To Use And Probably More OP Than Jombraa And Some Mages.
I Reega was the first character I played loved him so much I brought him mainly because he he was cheap but I wouldn't say he's hard to use as a beginner. I just tank him up and start with hermit Cape boots and ferm blade then spider armour followed by seering orb or hades then the one I didnt get first. Yeah I get his ult is shit against a pro but in team fights it's nice just use it like it doom prophet. But if against noobs then 1v5 them lol
This guide makes me want to cry
CAN I + 1020837372728272?
Very good Guide ^_^
Archi/Arcane Warrior to easy heroes
What's funny is, because she appeared in the tutorial, I bought Anioah as soon as possible and I've played her for more than half my games ever since. She's actually not very difficult.
Although I'm probably not playing her right because I prefer to have the shield on a short cooldown so my damage suffers early... Ah well.
Woooow thanks! I learned a lot from this guide ;D
R u retarded?
Why did you even write all this when it completely negates YOUR NUMBER 2 BULLETPOINT: If you're new, play vs. computers.
IF you're not new,
You don't need some brat, stupid, ugly, creepy, sexist loser like yourself to tell you where you stand and how you should be playing a game.
God grant me backkdooor powas !! JuDOO CHOPP
Well this was simply uncalled for.
Thanks for the copypasta material
Ok 5 year old kid.
Normally I call your kind "brat".
I also don't know why you made a forum account to trash talk someone about a guide he wrote years ago.You're pathetic.