Warning: most trashiest guide in the Omniverse (first guide no h8 pls) by Romeo13695

Warning: most trashiest guide in the Omniverse (first guide no h8 pls)

By: Romeo13695
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2017
2 Votes
New Guide
Build 1 of 1

Glaive

Build: Weapon Glaive

Ability Path

Hunt the Weak
Heroic Perk
Afterburn
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Twisted Stroke
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Bloodsong
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Threat Meter

Threat
Low
High
Show all
Threat Hero Notes
1
Krul If you don't beat this dood early game, you will lose the game and you are trash
1
Celeste Afterburn her into your team when ganking, but be wary of the enemy's positions on the map. If the Celeste is over-extending just a bit, she might be baiting. If you don't see the jungler or the roamer, they are most likely waiting to gank your laner or preparing a counter-attack if you plan to gank Celeste She becomes significantly more dangerous late game. I recommend focusing her and buying shield late game.
2
  No Threat
3
Ringo Just like Celeste, you should gank him when you get the opportunity. Be wary of where his teammate's positions are, and always wonder if he is baiting or just reckless. He is more likely to bait in the higher ranks, such as SA, POA, and higher. He is significantly more dangerous late game, so I recommend building a metal jacket or an atlas.
3
Taka It's hard to tell what threat Taka is, really. You are his counter, but to tell who will win in teamfights or in a 1v1 depends on skill. A good Taka will keep his distance from you and try to bait you, and he is moderately hard to kill early game, due to his [[kaku]] and his mobility. You both excel early game, so be careful when fighting him, as it is uncertain who will win.
4
Alpha Destroy this piece of hardware early-game like how you destroyed your iPad when you lost to a triple-stun comp. She is significantly harder to kill mid and late game due to her [[infinite reboot]], so be careful. Buy shield, and when an opportunity appears, take it.
5
  No Threat
6
Petal Look at her face. I bet it annoys you and in-game it will too. She looks like a troll with that smirk and she will kite you until you are on your knees gathering honey for her cult. She is hard to kill early game due to her kite so keep your distance because as soon as she lands a basic attack on you, her cult will be on you like bees to honey pollen. I recommend buying shield for her and taking her out when a opportunity presents itself. Focus her because she is most likely the most dangerous carry out of the team. Not always, but most of the time anyway.
7
  No Threat
8
  No Threat
9
Reim If you read the lore, you'd realize that Reim counters Glaive heavily. Let your your laner kite him (that is if your laner is ranged) and if not, wait for the opportunity and focus him.
10
Adagio This boi counters Glaive, so be careful. Like with all the others, kite, wait, and destroy.

Introduction Top

Ah. A new-comer. I see you have stumbled upon my guide. Very unfortunate for you. But since you're here, why don't you take a look? This sacred guide has only been seen by the worthiest viewers (jk it's trash and no-one wants to see it lmao). In this guide, you will (hopefully) learn how to glaive like a pro. Here's 4 extra large pics of him to piss you off and try to get you to leave :))

]

Early game Top

Now, Glaive is very strong in the early game. Use this to your advantage, and try to take out as many heroes as you can, especially the ones that excel late game like Vox, or Krul, etc. I highly recommend this because they WILL kick and kite your a** late game. And it WILL hurt. But you know, you can also ignore this advice and farm while your teammates get theirs handed to them. But some consequences include losing the game, getting rage-pinged, getting bad-karma, and in rare cases getting friend requests only to realize they do not want to be friends. Anyway, getting back on topic, start off with a and a . Try to get as many kills as you can to hinder their progress and to speed up yours and your team's. Next, you should get the Sprint Boots, an Oakheart and another Weapon Blade, for more sustain and damage.

Core Top

It should be midgame by now and you should at least have Tension Bow since it is cheap. Tension Bow is actually a situational item, and you might be better off with a Sorrowblade. should be bought against carries with low defense such as Ringo, Vox, Celeste, and Krul early game. However, there are certain heroes that are resilient such as the chicken sucker we know as Adagio. In the late game, is extremely weak so be careful on deciding on what to buy. Buy Heavy Steel and Six Sins and an Weapon Infusion for a damage spike and of course Travel Boots and reflex to keep yourself alive. Be careful though, because travel boots and a reflex isn't going to keep you alive for long, so try to burst down your target and use Afterburn to keep out of danger. Here's a montage because why not, and because I love you Gibbs <3

Late Game Top

It's late game now, and your laner is feeding 0/5 and your roamer isn't placing mines and laughing at the death of your laner, so his score is now 0/6. You have purchased a Sorrowblade because a Tension Bow isn't going to be doing anything by itself late-game, along with Journey Boots to catch up and run away to/from enemies. You have a ton of defense so you don't get deleted like how your laner got deleted with that amazing defense which composed of Travel Boots. You bought a Bonesaw because if your opponents were smart, they would get defense/armor. This is where Glaive loses some significance, because he isn't as intimidating as he is in early and mid-game. You HAVE to work as a team to win the game, because you aren't as op as Gibbs and can't 1v3 ez. Synergize with your team, work together, stick together, etc. Because you are like Fortress late game, you need your teammates, or you can kiss that Elo sayonara.

Situational Items Top

Now, you don't always need a Tension Bow or a Bonesaw, you can use a Breaking Point or Tyrant's Monocle or whatever item you deem necessary because different heroes need different items to efficiently take down. You can also swap out the Journey Boots for Halcyon Chargers because it provides energy. Use if whatever item you see more useful than the build I showed if you feel like it could be more useful than the other.

Coming clean Top

Truth be told, I just want to win ice ;__;

Quick Comment (1) View Comments

You need to log in before commenting.

Quick Comment (1) View Comments

You need to log in before commenting.