First Cast: Start Shuffling Twisted Fate's Deck.
Second Cast: Pick a card to empower his nextk attack.
Red Cards deal 30 / 50 / 70 / 90 (+65% AP +100% AD) magic damage in an area and slow by 35% / 40% / 45% / 50% for 3 seconds.
Blue Cards deal 40 / 65 / 90 / 115 (+80% AP +100% AD) magic damage and restore 60 / 90 / 120 / 150 Mana.
Gold Cards deal 15 / 25 / 35 / 45 (+50% AP +100% AD) magic damage and stun for 1.25 / 1.5 / 1.75 / 2 seconds.
Passive: Gains 15% / 20% / 25% / 30% Attack Speed. Every 4th attack deals 60 / 90 / 120 / 150 (+45% AP) magic damage.
Active: Gain 40% / 45% / 50% / 55% Attack Speed for 3 seconds. During this time, attacking enemy champions rolls Loaded Dice.
First Cast: Reveals all enemy champions for 6 / 7 / 8 seconds.
Second Cast: Channel for 1.5 seconds to teleport to target location.
Twisted Fate is a mage. He is a mid-lane champion that uses his abilities to crowd control, wave clear, and burst the enemies. He excels in single target damage with his Yellow Card from Pick a Card and using his other spells to deal a lot of damage. When playing Twisted Fate, it's best to play safe before you hit level 5, this is when you unlock Destiny. Twisted Fate's Ultimate is a semi-global Ultimate that you can use across the whole map, this allows you to quickly teleport to the side lanes and get your team an advantage.
Twisted Fate does great with most ability power items. His main source of damage is from all his abilities. It's important to get Luden's Echo first for the extra mana, ability haste, and ability power. Luden's Echo also works well when clearing minion waves because of its passive. Lich Bane is another great item that helps with Twisted Fate's single target damage. Every time you activate Pick a Card you activate the passive Spellblade so your next attack will have increased damage.
With runes, we have the following:
A great way to deal extra damage with your combo (Pick a Card Stun + Wild Cards + Auto-Attack).
Scorch allows Twisted Fate to deal more damage when poking in the laning phase with Wild Cards and hitting Pick a Card.
Twisted Fate can impair the movement of enemy champions by hitting her Gold Card with Pick a Card, dealing True Damage, which ignores all magic resist the enemy champions build.
Eyeball Collector is great since it gives Twisted Fate more Ability Power every time he gets a takedown. Zombie Ward can also be a good choice if you often roam and look to kill wards.
When playing Twisted Fate, sometimes you might use Destiny in very awkward spots and take a lot of damage. Bone Plating will help you take reduced damage.
Twisted Fate struggles a bit in the early game. Most of the time you want to stay back and use your Wild Cards to last hit minions and poke down the enemy. Once you hit level 5 and get access to Destiny, this is your time to shine. Look at the top and bottom lanes and see if you get an opportunity to roam and get kills. This is your best opportunity to get you and your team ahead. Make sure when using Destiny that you have your Gold Card (from Wild Cards) ready to stun the enemies when you arrive.
When you reach the mid and late game and have a few items, this is where Twisted Fate can be very useful. When you are grouped with your team and about to have a team fight, the best thing you want to do is get onto their backline where you can kill the enemy carries. You have a lot of opportunities to lock down the enemy carries and can do a lot of burst damage with your Pick a Card and Wild Cards.
Overall Twisted Fate has a lot of potential to roam around and get your team ahead. He doesn't have the best 1 vs 1 potential but if you like to roam around and help your team then he is the go-to champion for you.
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