Resistant Yone is a favorite choice of many professional gamers thanks to its extremely high efficiency in the current meta.
In recent days, players can completely recognize the difference in the way Yone builds in both solo queue and professional tournaments. Instead of the traditional crit build, Yone was redirected by many masters to building a gear with a tendency to withstand with only the Sword of Doom as an attack item.
In terms of efficiency, each way to build has its own strong points. However, in the current meta when tank champions are somewhat on the throne with Senna’s dominance – Tahm Kench in the bot lane, Yone’s tank-oriented construction has proved extremely effective when it comes to helping this champion grow. increase his dashing ability but still ensure the output damage.
First, gamers often head up early to equip themselves with the Sword of Doom to optimize damage due to the ability to deal damage according to % of health. The slow ability of this item also helps players using Yone to increase the accuracy rate of their Q stabs. After completing the Sword of Doom, resistance items such as the Sun Shield or the Ice Gauntlet will be directed by the player to Yone to increase the strength of this card. Traditional purely critical equipment will be completely ignored, replaced by other defensive-oriented equipment such as Purple Knife or especially Death Dance.
In fact, this is a style of play that brings a lot of effectiveness in the current meta, as well as frequently appearing in professional tournaments. BRO CL’s TLong or Gen.G’s Chovy are players who have used this style of play and shown it to be extremely effective.
Regarding the rune table, Conquest or Deadly Pace will still be the choices that players aim for the Yone card. The only difference lies in the way of equipping when it helps Yone to be more uncomfortable in situations where the ice rushes into the opponent’s squad.
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