A average yasuo will have 300-525 shield + 400-800 with shieldbow = 700-1325 shield in mid-late game wich are his strongest stage, yone have some scalings on his W but in general his shield ammount is similar to yasuo.
Serpent fang will halve the shield they have wich will deal 350-650 damage with his passive alone, this is higher then the base damage of a veigar ult.
When did "counterplay" turn into buy these items, instead of having to focus the correct champions. You have an absurd state of the game right now that "focus the healer first" is actually the wrong choice in league of legends, instead you buy combinations of items to just ignore them.
If you go in as zed 1v5 you deserve to do nothing, not blow up the adc through multiple heals and shields because your items negated all counterplay.
Compared how these items work to qss, it takes a big investment and a long cooldown to avoid say a malz ult, but you can take ignite and ignore soraka ult completely. The summoner spell cleanse doesn't cleanse suppressions for good reason.
If you pick Soraka in diamond+, the adc will rush exe calling, the support will have ignite and you will probably also be facing a chemtech making sure everyone constantly has 60% grievous wounds at important points in the game.
Your game is not reliant on how well you play, it is entirely based on are your opponents greedy and refuse to buy items to completely shut you out of the game. This is not about general power level, I have never complained when soraka has been weak (sub 47 win rate in some metas) before, because you could still make the champion work with your own skill. I just want to play my favorite champion without it being a reportable pick in high elo.
This doesn't feel great for anyone, because these champions are not allowed to be straight unplayable, every champion that relied on healing has been buffed and now your opponents are locked into these items or losing.
With Serpent fang being buffed time after time, the same cycle will probably follow with certain champions reliant on shielding ( feels more like a bad solution for season 7 shielding with lulu e on like a 5s duration with 4s cd.) needing to be buffed.
I would like to politely and kindly know if the item in the game League Of Legends named Serpent's Fang works against the spell named Barrier.
I am "experienced" software engineer at FANG with 5 yoe. Experienced is in quotes because five years isn't whole lot, but I'm definitely not new grad anymore. I've given dozens of interviews, was a manager for couple of years in my previous company, and met with hundreds of job seekers at career fairs. This subreddit was great when I was looking for new jobs, but it seems now more than ever saturated by either new grads or students, so wanted to give some perspectives on how to get that first job. Everything is my personal opinion, and will be geared towards people looking for entry level swe positions.
So you've been applying. You've had few bites here and there, but no real offer yet. Some people say job search is numbers game, which is true, to an extent. But if you spend some time introspecting on what you are lacking, then you can hugely improve your odds. There are three main components to job search: your resume, people skill, technical interview skill.
First your resume, this is your foundation. If the foundation is solid, it will make your job searching that much easier. You can tell your resume is lacking if your callback rate is low. If your resume isn't the best, then your focus should be improving this. Because it doesn't matter how good of engineer you are or master leetcoder, if you never get an interview in first place to able to show them. Formatting and wording is important, but what I usually look for when looking at resumes of new grads is whether they have internships or significant personal projects. Internship is usually better than personal projects, but if you are having hard time getting internship or it doesn't work with your timeline, then spend couple of months making personal project or, better yet, getting a group of friends to do a project and join hackathons. This not only boosts your resume but also gives you talking points in your interviews. 80 percent of the companies will ask you to tell them about something you built.
Now the personal skills. Or as I would like to call it, do you know how to function in a professional setting. If you pass the resume screening (and online assessments) first step is usually a recruiter call. They are looking for red flags and whether you are really interested in their company. So smile, look engaged, and most importantly sound excited for the opportunity. Do some research about the company beforehand, ask meaningful questions and not something like "is the lunch free?"
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Hey,I read all of RI web novels now. I m looking for normal novels like selling in amazon.
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Just the title, guys what about building same way as i hope every Kaisa is building which is, if 1100g Serrated Dirk, if 1300 Noonquiver and after that Pickaxe (depends on recalls) which give you standart 7lvl evolve Q, or i play it like that after 200games on Kaisa.
What about instead of Collector (3000g) lets build Serpents Fang (2600g) i know that Crit is important, but Serpents got more lethality(+6) and (with Seraphine Lulu and also Locket on some supports its passive is worth too)..I am building PD after these 2 items to build my E evolve and then IE, so i dont care about 60% crit on 3rd item if i got 60% on 4th..? What you mean that 400 gold + Shield meta can mean very much in some matchups.
So after making evolve on 7 i just complete Kraken--> Berzerks--> Serpents--> Phantom Dancer (PD)--> Infinite Edge (IE)
Thanks for all answers.
I don't understand how people are investing in shitty RMR that are massively oversaturated and haven't seen any price increase in weeks after the initial panic when it was removed from the store.
Consumer grade skins are always been overlooked because there's ugly and undesirable and cost pennies but they yield by far the best ROI out of any other skins. Let me show you some examples just from this operation:
I saved all of them from leveling 9 accounts during BF + bought around 400 more back in February. Now all that consumer grade junk alone is worth around $400 steam value alone ( just consumers ). Think about it.
This thing was selling for 0.13-0-14 Eurocents just in February. Now they're selling for over 0.60 with 200 listings left on the entire steam market. That's a consumer skin, a consumer skin.
P90 Ancient earth was selling for less than 0.10 euros in mid February for the fn condition, now selling for 0.38, almost hitting 0.4 mark. That's almost 4X your original value. I vividly remember purchasing them for 0.09 cents en masse at that time.
The same story for the capped Nova Army Sheen. Almost quadrupled in price within 3 months, while operation only ended less than a month ago.
No other rarity of Broken Fang collection have risen this much in price, not even close in fact.
Conclusion: Guys please, for next operation, DO NOT SELL or tradeup your consumer grade skins, keep them longterm, they will make you a bank long term.
This shitty MAC-10 Surfwood was selling for 0.09 eurocents last year, now it's 1.66 euro ( 1 year investment )
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Thanks to everyone who took part in Operation Broken Fang. As of now the Operation has concluded. Players have until May 15th to spend Operation Stars.
We have a few updates today, beginning with the Active Duty Map Pool—Train has been removed and Ancient has been added.
We’re also releasing the Snakebite Case, featuring 17 community-designed weapon finishes and introducing CS:GO 360 Stats, which continues the stats page and Round Win Chance report introduced in Broken Fang. This and more in today's Blog Post: https://blog.counter-strike.net/index.php/2021/05/33898/
Link to mass sell BF cases: https://steamcommunity.com/market/multisell?appid=730&contextid=2&items=Operation%20Broken%20Fang%20Case
The standard for FAANG etc companies is absurdly high, if you can compete comfortably at this level then fine. But most cant or cant be bothered, and have perfectly good SWE careers ahead of them. (and maybe even jobs where you actually go home at the end of the day!)
Also, I have had the fortune of reading CVs for SWE graduate jobs, and I am not lying when I say the standard is generally terrible. Even if you only do leetcode or a personal project to a basic / moderate level AND are capable of putting together a legible CV then you will be ahead of 80% of most graduate level applications.
So yeah, dont worry about the perceived high standard of graduate job things. Yes - do a bit of leetcode and definitely do a personal project (you can make a rest api w/ database connection, RIGHT???) in your preferred language / framework. Definitely make sure your CV is skim-readable and focused... but all that stuff is easy to do. With these things you'll get responses to your job applications and from then on you'll simply learn from your mistakes until you get a job.
You dont need to 'grind leetcode' or do those stupid system design things where you basically need to design the next instagram or whatever. Where I am, I have an average salery for my level of experience, and that still makes me financially very comfortable, more comfortable that the majority of my peers! People may hate what im saying because im basically degrading their ideology. I mean, aim for that stuff all you want, but don't pretend its necessary to start a SWE career.