There has been something that has bothered me since i learned about runes. Let's say I buy runes that were recommended in a guide for Annie or Ahri. What if I choose to play say Teemo or another champion? I mean I'd be using runes intended for a mage, but I'd be playing a non-mage.
So how do I customize runes per champ or for general purpose? Also, I'm aware of this question, but I don't think it answers my question completely.
You can buy a single rune page for 500 RP (Riot Points) or 6300 IP (Influence Points). The other option is 7 Rune Page bundle for 2600 RP. Riot some times runs special where you one rune page is buy one get one free.
I have 5 pages setup:
AP/Mana Regen (usually for mid consisting of AP, mana regen and magic pen) Dmg (usually for ADCs Consisting of Attack damage and Attack Speed) Noc ( For jungle Noc he is kinda unique on what he wants Armor Pen and attack speed ) Mundo (Really my Bruiser/Tank Rune set Armor , Health and Magic Pen) Support ( For support mostly GP Qunits/ Mana Regen and Health)
I've asked this question towards a developer for minecraft and I thought I'd ask here too since they might not see the question. How do I select two entities in Minecraft for example: /say @e[type=![Player,Item],r=50] Would select any entity not matching players and items, so things like Creepers, Ghasts, XPOrbs, PrimedTNT etc within 50 blocks and print them to the chat (I'm experimenting on the latest snapshot, 14w18b)
There's a ring, Unity, that splits damage among all people wearing it. When does damage reduction apply for this? Let's say, for example, I've got a barbarian loaded up with armor and resists who is sitting in a molten pool that does 50,000 damage per second, but with all his damage reduction he's got 90% resistance so it drops to like 5k/sec and he pretty much ignores it. Now let's say he and a mage friend of his put Unity on. Let's say the mage only has 50% damage reduction. When Unity splits the damage, is it going to be doing damage to the mage after the Barbarian's reduction (so
I have collected for myself several 'summons' and I'm very interested in trying them out. However, I'm hesitant to do so because they say they can only be used once per day. Well what defines a day? Is this a real-life day or a Southpark day? If it is the latter, then what makes up a Southpark day? (I suppose I could save, use them and load the previous save, but that would defeat the purpose of asking this question.)
(in either deck's favor) rather than matchups slightly in one side's favor. Example Answer: I envision an answer to this question looking similar to this: Mage Exceptionally strong against: Paladin... though, I haven't tried Mage vs. Paladin... The Question: What I'm looking for in this question is a matchup comparison of the starting basic decks (below 20/20, slightly improved with random stuff from...Some Context: I recently started playing Hearthstone and now that my Mage is at level 10, I want to start leveling the other classes. My playing time is very limited, so I want to unlock all one-time
Possible Duplicate: What factors determine enemy levels or: How do enemy levels scale to the player character’s? I'm currently working my way through Borderlands 2, first play-through, level 25 (I know, I don't get a lot of time to play games in general, let alone a game where I need to complete an area to avoid going through it again) When I first fought 'Boom Bewm' (the twin midgets...: MIRV (10 Child Grenades) Element: Explosive Red text: 2x more awesome, bonus extreme! (Each child grenade spawns it's own set of child grenades) Needless to say this grenade has pretty much carried
I'm a little insecure about buy runes. Runes costs a lot of IP, so I'm researching a bit before. I know that I need to be in level 20 to buy the best/final runes. 1) I need buying only "Greater" runes. Am I correct? 2) How do I know if a rune is "primary"? 3) By example, let's say that I want to buy Cooldown Reduction (CDR) runes. I found out that I will need Focus and/or Celerity runes. Celerity has Glyphs and Quintessences. Focus has Glyphs, Quintessences, Marks and Seals. It's implies I can (If I want) fill an entire rune page with CDR Runes? What an efficient buy of CDR Runes
Possible Duplicate: How do you recover socketed gems/runes from an item? Aside from playing Diablo 3 for countless hours of the day, I can honestly say that I never beat Diablo 2. In fact, I decided to start playing it again to see if I could beat the ol' game. Seeing as I didn't play much of D2 before I didn't get to experience the whole thing. How do I remove a jewel or a gem from a socketed item? Is there a jeweler in D2 like there is in D3?
Possible Duplicate: Are there disadvantages to wearing armor as a mage casting spells? I am playing a mage in skyrim (100% magicka increase per level). So basically my health is pretty low. Now cloth items do not seem to have high armor ratings. I thought I could use heavy armor instead. I thought of using the Astronach Forge to create deadric armor, so I do not have to invest any perks in smithing. Furthermore I am currently at 100 enchanting, thus I can use very good enchants on any item, like heavy armor. Say I invest some time and perks in heavy armor and remove the speed
a certain amount of time which never varies. I believe that the default number of shots fired per burst is 3. I would've titled the question something like "does Barrage shoot more bullets overall", but I went with something more general. How effective is Barrage, objectively speaking? Does it double the turret's offensive capability? Does it actually detract from it, such as if the Scorpio Turret cannot switch targets per burst, and each burst usually kills a target in less than 4 shots? That's just an example; I know that the Scorpio Turret switches targets as soon as the one