Top 10 Brag-worthy Plays Anyone Can Pull Off

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Hi everyone, and welcome to this week’s Top 10! The main theme of this post is to highlight some noteworthy plays that are both awe-inspiring, yet fully executable if you know to look out for them.

Most of them do require quick reactions and good positioning, but with enough attempts, all of them are possible to perform no matter what your division is.

Check out the full listing below!

Introduction

Hi everyone, and welcome to this week’s Top 10! The main theme of this post is to highlight some noteworthy plays that are both awe-inspiring, yet fully executable if you know to look out for them.

Most of them do require quick reactions and good positioning, but with enough attempts, all of them are possible to perform no matter what your division is.

Check out the full listing below!

1. Dodging Malphite Ultimate

This first one is simple and only requires a single button and fast reaction times.

If you’re aware that a Malphite ultimate might be coming through, get ready to flash and awe spectators.

2. Cancelling Dashes With Vayne Condemn

Vayne’s ability to knockback champions with her condemn (E) means that she has the ability to stop abilities like Alistar’s headbutt or Shen’s taunt in the middle of the spell. This not only stops the damage, but reverses the dash movement as well.
To make the process smoother, learn to input buffer via this guide.

3. Cancelling Brand Ultimate

As one of the most popular mid laners on the rift at the moment, turns out there are a ton of ways to cancel his ultimate, preventing it from bouncing across your entire team and decimating their health bars.
A few easy ways to cancel Brand’s ultimate if it’s coming towards you are as follows:
  • Braum’s Unbreakable (E)
  • Yasuo Windwall (W)
Your teammates will thank you.

4. “Madlife” Thresh Hook

So famous for this move that it was named after him, Madlife perfected the predictive Thresh hook. By channeling it and throwing it in a spot where you think the enemy champion might flash to, it looks like you’re super pro if you land it.
If you don’t, just say “I thought he was going to flash”.

Hot Tip: Notice that your champion doesn’t have to face the direction you throw your hook while he’s channeling. Use this to your advantage.

5. Dodging Spells with Zed Ult

As one of the strongest assassins in the game, Zed is seeing more play than ever before. 
If you’re aware that you can dodge spells like Malphite’s ultimate, Vi’s ultimate, and Fizz’s ultimate, you can plan for some exceedingly sick plays.

Of course, dodging spells like Ahri charm or a Blitzcrank hook are also perfectly awesome in their own right.

6. Lee Sin “Insec”

Another move that’s been highlighted many times, the “inSec” play involves maneuvering behind an enemy champion and using Dragon’s Rage (R) to kick the champion back into your own team.
The most professional method of performing this is by jumping to a ward via your (W), but can also be executed by Flash + ulting. The preferred method is actually by ulting then flashing before the animation finishes, but some players may be uncomfortable trying this.

Hot Tip: Bonus points if you can hit other enemy champions with the target you’re kicking. The collision damage is actually the same as the target you kick PLUS a scaling increase based on the original target’s bonus health.

7. Blitzcrank Pull Out of Thresh Lantern

Believe it or not, champions are not invulnerable while traveling in spells like Thresh’s lantern or Bard’s tunnel. This allows champions like Blitzcrank to tear them ferociously from safety back into the fire.

8. Perfect Caitlyn Combo

Caitlyn has a mechanic where she can cancel the lag time on her Piltover Peacemaker (Q) if she chains it right after her 90 Caliber Net (E). It’s very simple to pull off and looks super smooth when you land both and follow up with your ultimate right.

Bonus points if you dodge a skillshot with the net. Malphite ult maybe?

9. Zac Drive-by Baron Steal

Zac’s Elastic Slingshot (E) distance is absolutely insane, allowing him to traverse the length of the Baron pit and smite while airborne and in range of Baron to smite it. He also gets a relatively long time to hold his channel for, allowing him quite a large margin for error during his steal attempt.

10. Fiora Riposte [Insert Everything Here]

Fiora’s Riposte (W) blocks all non-turret damage and crowd control for 0.75 seconds, then stuns in a line for 1.5 seconds if any “immobilizing” effect was blocked during this time period.
Again, this blocks all damage and all CC.
Play Fiora long enough and your entire League career will be full of highlight reels and “OHHHHH” moments.

Super bonus points if you block Malphite ult and Malzahar ult at the same time.

Got more awesome brag worthy plays you want to share? Comment below!

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