V1.11 OP CP Lane Celeste by BelowZ3ro

V1.11 OP CP Lane Celeste

By: BelowZ3ro
Last Updated: Nov 19, 2015
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Celeste

Build: V1.11 OP CP Lane Celeste

Ability Path

Julia's Light
Heroic Perk
Heliogenesis
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Core Collapse
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Solar Storm
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Threat Hero Notes
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Phinn
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Fortress
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SAW
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Ardan
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Petal
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Koshka
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Glaive
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Catherine
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Blackfeather
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Skye
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Skaarf
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Krul
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Vox
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Rona
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Adagio He will poke you into oblivion.
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Ringo If he's building tension bow (which he probably is) don't let him poke you! You're squishy!
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Joule Read my other build! Joule can be deadly if she's built right and can land her skill shots!
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Celeste You can poke her, but she can also poke you!
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Taka Highly Dangerous! It's almost impossible to land your abilities on him, and he does massive amounts of damage. Watch out!

Getting Lane Farm Top

Remember that last hitting the lane minions is one of the most important parts of the game. There are two methods I use to guarantee last hitting. The first method, which happens to be the more passive of the two, is waiting until the minions get low enough for one hit from your haleogenesis to kill them. The other method, which is slightly more aggressive, is basic attacking the minions to about half health, then waiting for them to drop to a quarter of their health, and then hitting them with a basic attack and haleogenisis at the same time to guarantee the last hit. Make sure to time this right. Also remember that your Core Collapse should never be used to farm unless you are in need of very quick lane clear. It takes a lot of energy and has a long cool down time, so save it for the enemy team. I'm also not a huge fan of poking the enemy laner, I think it's best to focus on your farm. This means only use Core Collapse in fights or ganks.

Choosing the Order of your Second and Third Item Top

Your second and third full items are going to be a Shatterglass and a Broken Myth. The question is what order are you going to build them in? You should start off with getting a Heavy Prism because that can be built into either item. Then when you have enough gold, you need to look at the enemy team's builds. If they already have any type of shield like a Light Shield, Kinetic Shield, Aegis, or Fountain of Renewal (on someone other than the support/roam character) then your second item should be a Broken Myth. Otherwise, if they haven't built any shield yet at the time if your shopping, then get a Shatterglass second and a Broken Myth third.

Choosing your Defensive Item Top

You need to chose between a Coat of Plates and a Kinetic Shield. The method for determining this is very easy. You'll want a Coat of Plates if the main (or both) damage dealer(s) on the enemy team has attack damage (red items). You'll want a Kinetic Shield if the main (or both) damage dealer(s) on the enemy team has crystal power (blue items).

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