Aggro, Midrange, Control – The Ways and Means of Archetypal Match-ups

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  1. August 29, 2019

    […] The key point is that you need to work out during each point of the game which plan is the correct one to follow for the next few turns.  To get an edge in beatdown versus beatdown mirror matchups, you can try to dominate the board in the early game, switching to the defensive and relying on card advantage and to draw some of your Reach while your opponent has board control. Not for long, as you might disrupt them. There is no one plan which will always work in every single matchup, but if you know where you can look to get an edge, you’ll be one step closer to victory. If you like to know more, we recommend the article Aggro, Midrange, Control – The Ways and Means of Archetypal Match-ups. […]

  2. September 2, 2019

    […] But it’s important because it will tell you if you are going to be the aggressor or not, and whether you should be breaking runes or waiting for your opponent to do it first. More info on this can be found in the article Aggro, Midrange, Control – The Ways and Means of Archetypal Match-ups. […]

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