Apollo may no longer be overpowered, but he is still a strong pick and ever-omnipresent threat. This updated god guide introduces Apollo as a character, goes over various aspects of Zapman’s build, and details how games progress with the God of Music. Advertisements
Ullr still stands strong in the meta despite various hunter nerfs in Season 2. This updated god guide introduces Ullr as a character, goes over all aspects of Zapman’s new Fatalis build, and details how games progress with the God of Glory.
The advent of Season 2 has already shown a drastic departure from the familiar hard push meta of Season 1. In a recent video Hinduman analyzes one of Zapman’s SPL Qualifier games in insightful ways. We provide compact notes on the video and new meta.
Hou Yi, the new hunter, was met with mixed reviews due to a steep learning curve and atypical kit. Zapman comes to the rescue. In his new video Zapman shares early insights into this difficult-to-master Chinese hunter. We have also summed up Zapman’s thoughts on the new god in compact text form.
The purpose of any hunter build is to do high damage while providing some utility on the side. We provide an accessible overview of the current most prominent hunter builds.
Chaac, the Lane Bully. Duo-lane Chaac is an experiment to attack the Conquest meta from a new angle. Chaac purposes to stall out the duo lane, putting the enemy Carry more and more behind. For a bruiser he has just the perfect kit for bullying the lane: his passive and a healing ability for high amounts of sustain; his axe throw as both great…
Chronos, the Hyper Carry Oddball. Only in the secluded duo lane is Chronos given the necessary time and space to get his early and mid game going. Save for his Ultimate, Chronos’ kit is that of a hyper carry, sporting low-cooldown burst, hard crowd control (stun), and a potent steroid ability to power up his auto-attacks. In the late game…