Peura – Guardian Forest is one of the most annoying support heroes who possess many control effects in her.
If Alice has the ability to stun, slow, and create virtual armor to help her teammates become stronger. Grak also gives the opponent the fear of being dragged against each other.
Then she has the ability to heal her teammates. In addition, her skills also have the ability to stun the target continuously, causing discomfort to the enemy when confronted.
Skills increasing order for Peura
When attacked, Peura counterattack deals 200 (+30 per level) (+1.0 magic damage) magic damage and reduces his movement speed by 60% for 1 second.
Skill 1: Healing Light
She covers a small area of herself with magic light, restoring 75/100/125/150/175/200 (+0.1 magic spells) (plus 6% of target’s missing health) health per second for champions Allies nearby, also grants all within the range 25/30/35/40/45/50% attack speed for 3 seconds
Skill 2: Forest Sentry
She calls the owl to attack the enemy, dealing 200/225/250/275/300/325 (+0.36 magic damage) magic damage and stunning, attacking up to 6 times, 1 target will be attacked multiple times.
Skill 3: Nature’s Rally
Peura converts energy to create a barrier, helping nearby allies increase 150/185/210 armor, enemies within 0.5 seconds will take 250/310/370 (+0.45 magic damage) magic damage to enemies every 0.5 seconds and slow speed 20%. Enemies that remain in the field for 2 seconds are stunned for 1.25 seconds. Launching the ability after 0.6 seconds will remove the barrier.
Skill increasing order from level 1 to 15: 1, 2, 1, 3, 1, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 2.
Talent and Arcana
Heal: Restores 15% health for self and nearby allies, and increases movement speed for the party by 15% for 2 seconds.
Enlightened (10) + Benevolence (10) + Focus (10)
How to build items for Peura
Tidecaller’s Mark + Gilded Greaves + The Aegis + Gaia’s Standard + Shield of the Lost + Tome of the Reaper
Runes for Peura
- Lokheim: Devourer – Bone Cutter – Devil’s Awakening
- Afata: River Treader
- Afata: Regrowth
How to play Peura
In the early game, move quickly to the bushes in the middle of the river to prevent if the enemy intends to move to rob the jungle.
If your teammates intend to steal the enemy jungle, you move to one-handed support.
After watching the jungle to help your teammates or assisting in the jungle robbery, move quickly to your AD, better support the AD to push the lane as well as to protect the AD.
Remember to pay attention to the moment when the enemy jungler completes the jungle round and moves to gank in order to get back in time, avoid being caught unfortunate.
Mid and late game
In the mid-game, before you and your AD got the Dragon lane, the way to play Peura was just to get creeps, push towers, and protect your players in the Dark Slayer lane. Make sure the AD increases in strength over time.
Since you successfully took the first tower of Dragon lane, it is time you can move around to find and create opportunities to defeat your opponent. When moving, you should carefully walk inside your jungle to avoid being captured by enemies, unfortunately.
Gradually at the late game, it’s when you and your teammates should focus on moving 5 people together. From there deployed the formation to attack large targets such as towers, Dragon, and Dark Slayer.
In the fighting phase, Peura should stand next to your teammates to help heal promptly, as well as stun the opponents, to create the chance for teammates. Also, try to use your ultimate as many targets as possible.