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Geb is one of those gods that can work well as a initiator and as a backline babysitter. Most of the time you are picking Geb because you are looking to utilize his shield during your game. However you can also play Geb to blink-ult the enemy back line to initiate a fight if you find players out of position. Both of these play styles are acceptable, but always remember even if you are blink ulting the backline, you need to immediately turn your eyes to your own backline, and make sure they are safe and healthy because the enemies Solo, and Jungle will be looking to dive them, especially if they see you have put some distance between yourself, and the backline. Thankfully your shield has really nice range so if they do counter engage you can usually reach the backline with your shield, and all the while you are doing what you can to get back to them to peel the enemy off, either using your rollout at max charge to knock someone away, or using your shockwave to knock-up the enemy to stop their attack.
Like we discussed above we are usually playing Geb to utilize his CC immunity shield Stone Shield. A very simple example would be if you see the enemy pick Hun Batz, you know that he has a great team fight ult that CC's everyone in it, however if Batz uses Fear No Evil, you can then use your shield (3) to cleanse someone that is getting cc'd in his ult. This gives that player a chance to react instead of dying to Batz ult.
Do NOT use your shield before the cc if you do this they will not be cleansed because they are not currently cc'd. The shield cleanse only works on targets that are currently being cc'd. For example if Scylla roots your mid laner, you are then able to put the shield on them so they are able to walk away before the crush hits them.
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