I just wondered, FM gives so many nice stats, especially a lot of health yet I never see it ingame. The passive makes you really sticky too, but I only see it on champs like Gnar or Urgot.
Why don't more AA-focused champs like Jax, Irelia or even Yorick build it? Is it really that bad or just pure niche?
I been thinking of building frozen mallet during snowball games as a first item. Thoughts?
Squeezing the iron bars, I wept as they harvested his organs, accepting that my large, once-full prison cell was as empty as my chance for a different fate.
Fan of AD Shyvana. Since everyone is doing DD then BORK, I sort of miss the inherent tankiness and sticking power of Frozen Mallet. Maybe I'm not noticing the psuedo tankiness of DD, but is there room for Frozen Mallet at all anymore?
This weapon is BROKEN!
Broken feint animations.
Broken drag abuse.
Broken animation abuse.
Broken drag animation abuse.
Broken feint abuse.
Broken drag abusive animation feint abuse drag animation abuse feint broken abuse broken.
Easy to abuse the broken animations.
Can we just get rid of it already, please? It's literally impossible to counter, there's not a single thing anyone can do to defeat someone using a wooden mallet. It's so easy to use, anyone can just pick it up and immediately go 200:0. All the top players are using it.
I need to learn how to play with 4 mallets by next week for my ensemble, however, I've never done 4 mallets before so I don't really know where/how to start. It's a pretty simple piece, but I just haven't played 4 mallets before. I can easily play with 2 mallets. Thanks
I would like to build a wooden mallet and use Rimu as the head. We have some Rimu offcuts which are the perfect size for a mallet. Would anyone advise against using this kind of wood? I plan on buying a hickory handle off Trademe.
I’m searching for a right handed 2 ball or less busy mallet style putter in the $40-60 range, and am also keeping an eye out for something similar for a friend who is a lefty. I’m partial to odyssey but open to just about anything (even smaller brand stuff). I’m located in central IL and can cover shipping if needed. Thanks!
so i'm not a Yi Player but i'm watching a Streamer which is a Yi Main, currently in Silver and is getting Coached my a Gransmaster/Challanger Player.
So i got some questions about the Coaching.
So Yi (the Streamer) fell behind and needed some "tankyness" and Magic Resist. I went forward and holt him that maybe DD would be a good choice. the Coach said "naahhh, go for spirits visage". So idk why he said that. i mean, i would be with him if there would have been a yuumi or soraka, sticking on his ass like gum. but there wasn't so.. first Question: Spirits Visage if u need Magic Resit / Tankyness?
Another Game the Yi also fell behind, again the Coach Said he needs some Tankyness, and said to him he should go for Frozen Mallet so he would be also to slow them. Again noone of the enemy Team was a champion with the ability to run fast.. like heca, warwick etc. secdong question: Why did he tell the Yi to go for frozen mallet and when is frozen mallet viable? (I found an old pos... keep reading on reddit ➡
Just curious if that was just a onetime thing.
Really excited for Rifts Apart, also hoping to see more of the Lombax dimension outside of just Mallot.
Hello Senna friends,
I've recently been focusing on more "utility" based items and I've seen a large spike in my overall effectiveness since doing so. If you are having trouble winning with the umbral glaive, dusk blade builds like I was look into the above items. They provide utility for your team while giving you more health to survive long fights.
I've found that if I am up against Yuumi, Illaoi, WW or any enchanter healers then rushing mortal reminder has turned games around for me. Being able to reduce their healing from range in a team fight is really strong. Additionally getting mallet or cleaver depending on the comp second provides great utility for my team and helps me stay alive. Cleaver with such long range means that the garen diving into my team gets armor shredded and then burned down by the focus fire from my team. Despite being a tank item, it really helps me feel like a true support as I am weakening the enemy teams front line and sustain, while also healing my own... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm by no means a Senna main, or even profess to be good at the game. I just wanted to get an idea of what the mains think of this build because I've played a handful of games and I just felt useless. My poke felt non-existent compared to some Lethality, and, as expected, my heals were marginal compared to building Athene's+Redemption or something like that. In addition to this, it took so long for me to come online since Mallet and BC are both extremely expensive items and support gold generation really falls off usually around the time I finish Mallet. So what's the deal?
I made sure to pick it in a team comp with 2 other sources of physical damage to make use of the armor shred, and against champions that wanted to build tanky/stack at least some armor and I just felt very unimpactful. I will admit that the games usually ended before I got a dedicated AD item like LDR/MR or IE but honestly I felt so useless that I figured a late Redemption would be better.
I don't remember if the game has 2.5D or 2D graphics. I recall playing an offline game that was installed via CD or 3.5" on my father's Windows ME desktop PC around 2003; definitely before 2005. The player character was a boy or young man with brown hair (or maybe he wore a hat idk) and plain clothes. I think he wore clothing similar to Mario's red and blue shirt and overalls. This character attacked by throwing red mallets. As a boss, you had to fight a large, floating, human skull with glowing eye sockets. That is all I recall of the game. I think the skull boss was found inside a stone castle with a dark interior, and maybe there were grassy areas outside the castle(s) where you fight other monsters. I don't remember the properties of any power-ups or weapons besides the projectile mallets which could be thrown in either four or eight directions, but they may have been present in the game. It was not an emulated console or arcade game.
Preferably near the Mission. Thanks!