Hello Armies! This is Mr. Frog HUBient. Welcome to another League of Legends Champion Spotlight and today we will feature the Demon Jester of League of Legends. Shaco.
Shaco has been known as the Demon Jester. This is an enigma who enjoys death. No one knows his origin, though many theories exist. Many believe that he is not a natural inhabitant of Runeterra, but instead a demon summoned from a dark twisted world. Others believe he represents humanity’s darkest desires.
In playing Shaco, using Deceive over terrain can help you make a clean escape. Try getting items with on-hit effects. These will also benefit your clone. Deceive’s damage can be increased with increased Critical Damage effects like Infinity Edge.
For his ability usage. Deceive makes Backstab the most efficient for his ability usage. You will receive a 20% bonus on your critical strike. A quick follow-up of a 120% Two-Shiv Poison that does reasonable damage to any champion’s body and will result in a significant amount of damage. This can be used to pass through walls in the same way as the summoner spell Flash to help you make a clean escape. Be aware that Jack in the Box in the brush is not something experienced players will be able to see. You could try to place them in enemy jungles or as wards to make defense easier. However, Shaco’s squishiness, ganking and objective control are best enjoyed in the jungle.
Using Domination Runes and a burst damage item build, combined with the Assassin playstyle, Shaco is a moderately difficult to play champion in league of legends. Overall, Shaco is a stealth melee assassin that can be really annoying to play against if played right. He is good for jungling and ganking! I recently have been playing him and regardless of all the nerfs, I still did pretty well with him. Basically, you can compare him to a homicidal jester that likes sharp pokey things.
Well, that’s it for Shaco Champion Spotlight. Let me know what you think about this champion. Be sure to subscribe to get the latest updates from this channel. Thank you, armies, and see you to the next one.