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    Impenetrable Wall

    An Atrocitus guide by Anders96
    Last updated: Feb 7th, 2015
    Link to guide: www.dawnbase.com/guides/impenetrable-wall
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    Starter items
    Core items
    Offensive item options
    Defensive item options
    Situational item options
    Stolen Powers
    This guide is made to provide the user with a very hard-to-kill Atrocitus no matter on which map you play. The only thing that is different is the way you start the build.

    If you play on Gotham Devided orc Central City, the player must start with Nil Cloak and the 3 health vials. After that you start building the core items to maximum starting with Suit of Sorrows and Mirror Master's Prism. Only after you bring those 2 items to maximum you start building atlantean royal seal and Ra's al Ghul's Mantle. This Guide is for an Defenssive tank not an Offenssive one so don't expect a whole lot of kills but if you conssider that the game goes in your favor you can always pick some offenssive items from the options left after you build the core items. With this items you should have no problems resisting top lane alone on Gotham Devided even against 2 opponents and during the team fights it allows the player to be aggressive as the opponents will have to spend way to much time and energy to take Atrocitus down.

    The same playing rules apply to Gotham Hights only the start of the build differs a bit. On that map you start with the Suit of Sorrows, Mirror Master's Prism and Hawkman's Harness. Then you continue by building the core items. Hawkman's Harness is for those moments when come back to base and you don't have enough credits to buy the items you need. If that happens you continue to build Hawkman's Harness with the credits you have as that item can be exchanged for it's full value once it reaches the maximum level and it provides some extra health for the tank. That's pretty much how it works: you build Hawkman's Harness to maximum and then exchange it for the items you need over and over again until there is no room left for Hawkman's Harness. This way you can build the tank very fast giving you the edge in battles.
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