Power Spike (Early, Mid, Late)
Twisted Fate matchups
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general guide on how to counter Twisted Fate
Twisted Fate will look for picks with his Ultimate during the mid-game. Avoid splitting too far apart to reduce his ability to get picks.
As Destiny gives him a lot of map pressure, expect him to be split pushing in the mid-game. While you could fight with the numbers advantage, make sure you keep an eye on him so you can disengage if he makes his way to 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.
Once Twisted Fate has his components for his first item, he will be able to push pretty easily with his and . Stand outside of the minion wave so he is unable to push and poke you at the same time.
Whenever Twisted Fate’s is on cooldown, you should look to abuse him and go for a trade. If he picks a Blue Card, you could go in for a trade. Avoid trading when he has Gold Card primed.
At level 6, Twisted Fate’s kill pressure doesn’t increase, but his ability to roam does. Make sure you ping as soon as he goes missing and try to match his wave clear so he is unable to push you into your tower.
Twisted Fate’s level 6 is important for him. While it doesn’t increase his kill pressure in lane, his ability to roam and help his allies dramatically increases. To make it harder for him to roam, keep him pushed in.
Twisted Fate is really weak in the first few levels and also when he is overextended. Try to abuse him as much as possible in the early game.
Once Twisted Fate has his Lich Bane and Rod of Ages stacked, he is going to deal a lot of burst damage if you’re hit by one of his Cards .
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