Win 48.9% • Pick 3% • Ban 0.2%
Based on the average gold difference at min 15 (GD@15), Twisted Fate loses the lane to:
Based on the average gold difference at min 15 (GD@15), Twisted Fate counters:
Based on the win percent vs champs in all roles, Twisted Fate loses the most against:
Based on the win percent vs champs in all roles, Twisted Fate counters:
Avoid standing in the minion wave to dodge Twisted Fate’s
and Red Card
Look to trade with Twisted Fate when his
is on cooldown or once he has drawn a Blue Card.
Taking Cleanse or getting Mercury Treads early can negate Twisted Fate’s amazing gank set up with his Gold Card
Twisted Fate will use his
to roam frequently. Keep track of it’s cooldown for your team and ping “missing” as soon as he leaves lane.
If you’re looking to match or prevent Twisted Fate from split pushing, make sure you are able to interrupt his
with CC or have Teleport so you’re able to get into the fight.
Twisted Fate will look to poke as much as possible before initiating. Do not allow him to poke by engaging as soon as you spot him.
Twisted Fate has his first major power spike at level 5. This is because it allows him to trade more effectively and clear waves more consistently.
Once Twisted Fate has his Lich Bane and Rod of Ages stacked, he is going to deal a lot of burst damage. Make sure you are not isolated and do not get hit by his Pick a Card
Twisted Fate is really weak in the first few levels and also when he is over extended. Try to abuse him as much as possible in the early game.
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