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To all you Yordle loving people out there. In my opinion Teemo is the most powerful little champ on League of Legends. Now I’m not just saying this because I’m a total fan girl, and it’s certainly not because hes my main. Nope, it’s because of his invisibility-passive which makes him quite fun to play. By using this you can skip, hop, or fly (depending on which skins you own) down the lane and simply hit the ‘S’ key (for still) and poke, poke, poke. Now mind you, I do not by any means mean that you should just stand there. Your ‘W’ key will enable a movement speed boost allowing you to get away while you ‘Q’ blinds there attack damage. The ‘E’ key on the other hand is always active and is a steady stream of poison darts.
Teemo’s ult (the ‘R’ button) on the other hand, would be his explosive shrooms ;). By placing them all over the map (preferably only where enemy champs would be) you will slow and damage your opponent when they run over them. You may find it useful to place your shrooms in locations like this (http://leaguecraft.com/strategies/gameguide/1271-warding.xhtml). That map was made to help people that play the support role. Although there was a rumor for some time that Teemo was a support champ I find that when you try to build that way, the player playing as an ADC (Attack Damage Carry role) gets angry because of kill steals. So I manly solo the top lane with him because of that issue ;). Other than that Teemo is an okay mid and towards the end it is best to roam and shroom, shroom, shroom.
Until next time 🙂 -Gina
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