Hi! I'm WolfWitch and this is my guide for Chang'e, the god that has been my main since mid 2018. Right now, I'd say Chang'e is the strongest mage solo laner, but it could be debateable with Zhong Kui existing. Futhermore, I'll give a brief explanation as to how you should react in lane and some useful information not everyone knows about her! So buckle in and come in this ride with me! xoxo
The main strength of this build is allowing you to be aggressive in the moment of the game Chang'e normally can't be aggressive: Early game.
By having Chalice of Healing and 5 Healing Potions, you're effectively allowing yourself a whopping 2000 health, plus the healing from Moonflower Dance, the healing from Warrior's Blessing and another burst heal from Meditation Cloak. The idea is to never leave the lane and fully rely on the Totem of Ku, Meditation Cloak and the Blue Buff for mana sustain, while the bunny does all the work!
By level two, you can send the bunny back to buy t1 boots, but you could wait 'till around level 4 or 5 to send the bunny back to buy the T2 item of the defense item you want, may it be Void Stone or Lotus Crown. You could get Celestial Legion Helm if you're facing an Achilles or an Sun Wukong, as they both can't lower all of your stacks without basic attacking you (and they weren't made for basic attacking, except maybe Achilles if you're really wild!).
You should use and abuse the sheer health that you're allowed to have with all the aforementioned items and abilities, and be really aggressive and really safe at the same time! If a gank from the enemy jungler comes around, make sure to use Waxing Moon just as they're both lined up (they will get somewhat behind each other most of the time, since you get a really nice escape with the double healing + dances) and keep dancing! If you can get back to your tower, they could try to dive you. The most effective way to survive a dive is to stay behind the tower, forcing them to go deep into the tower shots, and go around the small space that separates the tower from the wall, which not only makes the tower take the basic attack damage, as it also keeps them from effectively using movement abilities (unless, of course, they're using jumps).
Using Moonflower Dance into Crescent Moon Dance is more efficient and more effective than doing it backwards, since the animation from Moonflower Dance is faster than Crescent Moon Dance, increasing your DPS.
You can flick your screen to increase the distance Crescent Moon Dance goes, but know that it's not by much (but it's really good). Not only it works sideways but it also works if you move forward or backward!
You can charge in with both your 1 and your 3 and back off before the extra movement speed and backpedal immunity from the passive ends, which is really good for constant, annoying poke.
The most effective combo, using your ult, is Crescent Moon Dance into Moonflower Dance into Waxing Moon into Crescent Moon Dance. Most players will expect this progression of attacks, so I recommend you to do Moonflower Dance into Waxing Moon, skipping the first Crescent Moon Dance, allowing you to break the pattern and catch them unprepared.
If you go 40% cooldown, you can reliably use Spear of the Magus for the Crescent Moon Dance into Moonflower Dance into Crescent Moon Dance into Waxing Moon into Crescent Moon Dance combo, dealing major damage.
This was my quick guide to Chang'e! If you've liked it, please leave a like and a comment! Also, I'm open to talking about the build or any other suggestions or criticism you may have! If you're shy, feel free to DM me! Wolf out! xoxo
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