Although the champions we are about to talk about below are difficult to get used to, once mastered, you will feel the remarkable power.
In the previous section, we have reviewed 5 typical champions with high difficulty that need time to practice as well as high skills. Today, Game4V we will continue to send the next difficult champions to play right away.
As the poorest general in the League of Legends with every season he has nerfed. In recent updated versions, this guy has been mercilessly nerfed by Garena with his 2 Flower Bonus no longer knocking up. This is sad news for “Boy one champ” Florentino, but the charm of this difficult champion is still very popular.
The most difficult point when playing Florentino is to toss flowers accurately, to continuously pick flowers to create combo moves to perfection. It sounds simple, but to do it is very difficult. To master this champion, you will need to take at least 200 to 500 matches, even some people have to spend more than 1000 games to be able to master the position. This hero is perfect. In teamfights, attacks that are launched continuously will make it more difficult to observe falling flowers. Most high-skilled players will move by inertia, but rarely need to observe the position of the flower.
Actually, Zata is not really a difficult champion to play, this guy still often participates in rank matches from diamond and below if luck does not appear in the pick ban. But being playable and playing well are two completely different concepts. For real Zata players, they can unleash Heavenly Wings without having to use Waterspouts or Roaring Falcons. With the “boy one champ” Zata, they also know how to use the passive Wind Kill combined with the accumulation of shock to reduce the cooldown of Thien Duc to the lowest level. In the matches that Zata falls into the hands of a master, you will see this general use Thien Wing almost continuously.
Aoi is a champion that is often selected in tournaments or ranked matches at master level and above, but rarely appears at elite rank or below. The reason this champion is difficult to play is because despite its extremely high mobility, it requires the operator to be extremely fluent in the map terrain. Only then can we launch the Dragon Claw accurately, helping Aoi achieve the required level of mobility.
Although fluent in movement, using Aoi fluently to get in and out of combat is not an easy problem. As an assassin champion, Aoi possesses great damage but no resistance. The raid in the middle of the enemy team without having in the hands of Long Dieu or Long Claw to escape, the risk of her going up the numbering board is certain.
Liliana is one of the difficult mid lane cards in mid lane because of two forms: Fox form and Human form with completely different sets of moves. Liliana’s combos are also very diverse, but gamers need to remember this key point: in the human form Liliana is to control and poke blood from afar; The fox form is a close attack to damage the opponent.
The latest champion in the updated version 5v5. Yan possesses an extremely variable and complex skill set with up to 8 moves in 2 normal and enhanced forms. To master this champion, you will need a fair amount of practice to hit Yan perfectly. A few tips for Yan players is to accurately time to catch the enemy and keep important moves to pull out.
Above are the Game4V generals we consider to be difficult in Lien Quan Mobile. The above generals are only for those who have high skills and extremely good skills to use. If you practice hard to improve your skills, then surely no matter how difficult the generals are, they will master and maximize their power.
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