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That said, I’d go pickaxe -> tear over tear -> anything and pickaxe + tear over sheen + tear components if I didn’t quite have enough gold to get a sheen or sheen + tear. It also has the added benefit of helping you reach your Manamune and consequently Muramana earlier. I would argue the other way around. If you are winning, taking pickaxe can allow u to properly control the wave and trade better in more situations. Because he’s comparing the mana stacking mechanic, not the value of each item. To Beautiful Dragon Tears Of My Players Shirt which a rioter said he’d take 200 years of combined experience.
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There’s basically zero resources out there for someone to read up and learn the math behind a champion’s stats and how they work off each other / impact the game. I’d love for someone to explain to Beautiful Dragon Tears Of My Players Shirt me when you build what support items and use the data behind it instead of “build item X if the enemy is more Y or is building. The biggest mistake I see from Ezreals is not going sheen into a matchup we’re winning then suddenly we lose because tear pickaxe into BF puts you at a massive power deficit and is less cost-effective than a sheen.