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CR1T- online class by GamerzClass Andreas "Cr1t-" Nielsen

Aggressive Vs. Slow Play

Different Playstyles
Slowing Down
Applying Pressure
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Lesson description

In this episode, Cr1t- breaks down the two ways to play the game post laning stage. As position 4, you can play hyper-aggressive, make plays all over the map, or slow the game down depending on what your team needs you to do. If your cores are ready to play with you after a successful laning stage, there will be a little downtime, and you can always push for plays on the enemy’s side of the map where you want to be continually fishing for information. However, slowing down the game is not a bad choice if you’re team has a better late-game carry such as a Medusa or Terrorblade. A great way of stopping the enemy’s aggression is to stand behind towers and catch creep waves as ranged support or sit behind your cores while they are farming as melee support. When playing aggressively, make sure you don’t overdo it and go for plays with a core (usually pos 2 or pos 3).

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