Valorant – Sova Shock Darts for Haven #1 Amazing Guide

Valorant – Sova Shock Darts for Haven #1 Amazing Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Haven is the only map in Valorant with three sites, making it very unique. This also means there is more shock dart potential for Sova players. Both A-Site and C-Site are very good for shock darts, as they are completely wide open. B-Site is closed, but also has some potential when it comes to shock darts. Learn a few of the lineups below and begin to master Sova on Haven! Shock Darts for Haven Defense: Default Plant on A-Site from A-Link (No Bounces and One Charge): This shock dart can be very useful for damaging an enemy spike planter on A-Site. To begin, walk onto the ping as seen above and face toward A-Site. Look up toward the sky and place your the left circle of Sova's drone HUD…
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Valorant – #1 Best Omen One Way Smokes for Bind/Split

Valorant – #1 Best Omen One Way Smokes for Bind/Split

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Omen is currently the best controller in the game, beating Brimstone and Viper by a decent margin. This is mostly thanks to his long-range smokes that recharge throughout the round. Omen one way smokes can also be very useful when holding certain angles on defense. Below is a list of some of the best one-ways that can be used on both Bind and Split. Learning to Smoke as Omen: Using Omen's smokes isn't too difficult, but there are a few aspects of his smokes that you will want to become familiar with if you aren't already. After pulling out a smoke, you have the opportunity to swap 'modes' in order to change the view of the map. The Omen one ways below will be done in the second 'mode'…
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Valorant – Sova Recon Darts for Ascent #1 Beautiful Guide

Valorant – Sova Recon Darts for Ascent #1 Beautiful Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Ascent is definitely one of Sova's best maps, allowing for some very decent recon darts that can create opportunities for you and your team. Learning recon darts for retaking A-Site and B-Site is especially important for securing extra rounds for your team. Necessary communication is also important for fully optimizing the potential of recon darts. Practice a few of the following darts and begin to master Sova on Ascent! Recon Darts for Ascent Defense: Mid Link from A-Tree (No Bounces and One Charge): This lineup will land directly in mid link and can be very good to shoot near the beginning of most rounds. Walk onto the middle of the first drain as pinged above. Place your second charge bar along the dip in the tree as seen in…
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Valorant – Sova Recon Darts for Bind #1 Amazing Guide

Valorant – Sova Recon Darts for Bind #1 Amazing Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Bind is a good map for Sova's recon darts, as it is relatively wide open. This allows for potential cross-map arrows and overall quality arrows. Communication with teammates before using a recon dart is a good idea, since they can potentially peak off enemies it scans. Also remember to use this ability often, as it is your signature ability. Below is a list of some of the best recon arrows for attacking and defending on Bind. Recon Darts for Bind Defense: B-Long from A-Heaven (No Bounces and Two Charges): This recon dart can be shot to reveal enemies pushing up B-Long from A-Heaven. If enemies are consistently pushing B-Site and you're playing A-Site, this is a very good arrow to use for information. For the lineup, make sure you…
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Valorant – Killjoy Setups for Bind Defense #1 Perfect Guide

Valorant – Killjoy Setups for Bind Defense #1 Perfect Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Bind is quite a unique map that happens to be one of Killjoy's best maps. There is no middle part of Bind, making defending much easier for Killjoy setups. The proper combination of her abilities will ultimately allow you to slow down and stop enemy pushes. It's also worth noting that Killjoy can play both A-Site and B-Site, but generally is better on B-Site. Below is a list of the best setups for each of Killjoy's abilities, starting with B-Site. Killjoy Setup for B-Site on Bind: Turrets for B-Site: Turret Placement #1 for Hookah/B-Garden: This is definitely one of the best Killjoy setups for B-Site, as this turret is placed to spot any enemies from Hookah or B-Garden. Enemies will also have a hard time shooting the turret because…
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Valorant – Killjoy Setups for Ascent Defense #1 Best Guide

Valorant – Killjoy Setups for Ascent Defense #1 Best Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Ascent is one of Killjoy's best maps, with each of her abilities able to slow down her opponents. Combining different abilities in your Killjoy setup can often work much better than using them separate. Killjoy's ultimate ability is also very good on attack for both A-Site and B-Site. This guide will focus on Killjoy setups with all of her abilities for both A-Site and B-Site. Killjoy Setup for A-Site on Ascent: Turrets for A-Site: Turret Placement #1 for A-Main/A-Tree: This Killjoy turret is a pretty common one that players use when defending A-Site. Placing the turret on top of the boxes will force some enemies to turn and shoot it when walking in. Although this turret placement is decent, it's good to consistently swap where you place it to…
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Valorant – Aggressive Sage Walls on Split #1 Best Guide

Valorant – Aggressive Sage Walls on Split #1 Best Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Split is a pretty decent map for Sage and her walls. She is generally played in B-Heaven, but can also be played pretty much anywhere with the right team setup. Many of the aggressive walls shown below, especially the ones for defense, will allow you to catch your opponents off-guard and pick up some free rounds. Above all you should remember to also use your other abilities as well as use communication for optimal chances of winning. Sage Walls for Split Defense: Wall for Bottom Mid/Sewers from Mid-Mail: This Sage wall can be placed from the corner inside of Mail as the round is starting. If enemies are in Sewers or Market, they will likely hear this wall be placed. However, many enemies will not expect you to be…
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Valorant – Aggressive Sage Walls on Bind #1 Amazing Guide

Valorant – Aggressive Sage Walls on Bind #1 Amazing Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Bind is a very good map for Sage, especially after her recent barrier orb buff. Combining Sage walls with good timing and decent aim can allow you to completely destroy your opponents. Some of the Sage walls that are shown below might take a bit of practice to initially get them correct. However, once you get them, they become very easy to place consistently. Sage Walls for Bind Defense: Wall for A-Short and A-Showers from A-Heaven: This Sage wall can be placed to peak enemies that are coming from A-Short or A-Showers from a very odd angle. Walk onto the edge of A-Heaven and place your wall in a similar way as seen in the image above. Once placed, the wall gives you a very good view of almost…
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Valorant – Sova Shock Darts on Ascent #1 Perfect Guide

Valorant – Sova Shock Darts on Ascent #1 Perfect Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Ascent is one of Sova's best maps, as it is a very open map that allows for many creative shock dart lineups. Stopping default plants on both A-Site and B-Site can easily win your team extra rounds if the enemy team isn't prepared. Communicating when you are planning on using these lineups to your team is very important as well, as it could be the difference between winning or losing a round.   Shock Darts for Ascent Defense: Default plant on A-Site from A-Rafters (Jump and Left-Click with No Charges): This lineup is very useful if you know the enemy team is about to plant on A-Site. Walk into the corner in A-Heaven as seen above and wait for the enemies to begin planting. Place your crosshair slightly to…
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Valorant – Sova Shock Darts on Icebox #1 Amazing Guide

Valorant – Sova Shock Darts on Icebox #1 Amazing Guide

Agent Ability Guides, Valorant
Overview: Icebox is a map that has some interesting lineups for Sova. B-Site is very open, allowing for some quite creative lineups. A-Site, on the other hand, is more enclosed and has less potential for creative lineups. With the correct mentality, you can absolutely destroy your opponents with shock darts on Icebox. Shock Darts for Icebox Defense: Default Plant on A-Site from A-Rafters (One Bounce and One Charge): Since A-Site is often pushed quite heavily on Icebox, it's a good idea to give up site. Once you fall back, come to A-Rafters near where the ping is in the image above and wait for the enemy to start planting. The lineup for this isn't too precise, just make sure your crosshair is slightly to the right of the line in…
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