Among the majority of carry Cores that have been adjusted by Riot in DTCL season 8.5, there are still a few champions with Cores that retain their carry nature.
Through the published information about TFT season 8.5, we all know that Riot Games has made a small ‘revolution’ for the Hero Core mechanism. Specifically, to ensure the balance factor, the Carry Cores of all new champions will no longer be allowed to be too overwhelming.
Riot Mortdog said that the success of DTCL is largely due to the carry core, but the backlog problem is that there are too many upgrades that lead to the fact that units without Cores will not be able to be the main force. Typically Nasus with the core ‘Farm Half Farm Forever’ or Vayne with ‘Scattering Crossbow’.
In the new season, the game maker has decided not to leave the carry core for stats or to upgrade champion skills anymore, instead mainly having a more versatile effect when giving the ability to hack gold, levels or equipment. However, among the majority of carry cores that have been adjusted by Riot in DTCL season 8.5, there are still a few champions with Cores that retain their carry nature.
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In the case of Gnar rather strangely, no longer stuffed for 2 Cores of Support like ‘colleagues’. This unit is favored by Riot with 2 useful Cores, so that it is difficult for players to choose where to carry and which to support.
The main Gnar lineup will usually go with the Prodigy, with Created Temper Tantrum: He can deal up to 77% bonus damage if he has the Piercing Mace (or 72% if he has Giant Slayer) – a huge number and plenty of one-shot power for generals after adding the Hacker to carry him back.
As for Lõi Synchronous Plating: Gnar’s hardness increases over time and can take on the role of half-fighter/half-main.
From mid to late game, we have We are with the familiar Call of Sword to replace Sett as the main God Armor. This can be considered a version of Sejuani STVL because of the similarity in the wide area stun skill.
With Super Strength Sword Core, Garen’s moves will be significantly reduced mana use: 100/200 -> 100/160. Along with that, although there is no longer the ability to stun a large area, the damage is buffed terribly (up to 80% AD).
Thus, with the equipment set as a normal physical carry (Blood Sword, Infinity, Blue Bow), Garen really fits the saying: ‘most sword is determined in the land’ in TFT season 8.5.
Life as a general of the system of Flower has ‘end’ with season 8, in the new season, she is favored when Heroic Core is remade as follows:
The effect of Great Trial Core is quite interesting when tied to Fiora’s max health and attack speed. Opens up an interesting full tank build for this champion.
Originally, Fiora had a large amount of attack speed from Duel (and Duels at 6 and 8 just had a damage reduction effect in the mid-season update), so her ‘buffalo’ level when selected as a mainstay in the season new would be amazing.
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