Valorant – #1 Best Killjoy Lineups/Molly for ALL Maps

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Overview of Killjoy Lineups:

Killjoy Lineups for All Maps Valorant Nanoswarms

Killjoy is a sentinel in Valorant that can be very powerful when utilized to her full potential. She specializes in locking down sites and heavily slowing down enemy pushes to give her team time to rotate. When defending a planted spike, you can use lineups with her Nanoswarms to prevent enemy players from defusing the spike. Since Killjoy has two Nanoswarms total, this can be a very good strategy for stalling out a planted spike. Below is a list of the best Killjoy lineups for every map in Valorant.

Properly Using Killjoy Lineups:

If you are new to Killjoy or Valorant in general, there are a few things you should keep in mind when learning these lineups. The first thing is to make sure that you or your team plant in the default position when you want to go for these lineups. Otherwise, your lineups will not land where the spike is planted. Also keep in mind that Killjoy lineups can take quite a few seconds to land, preventing you from being able to activate them for a bit.

It’s also good to know that Killjoy’s Nanoswarm ability lasts a total of roughly 5 seconds each. This means if you can successfully get both of them on the spike, you can stall for up to 10 seconds total.


Killjoy Lineups for Bind:

Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on A-Site:

This Killjoy Nanoswarm can be thrown from A-Lobby and covers the entire default plant spot on A-Site. Backing up and preparing to use this lineup when enemies attempt to defuse the spike is a very good way to win rounds for free.

For the Killjoy lineup itself, walk into the corner in A-Lobby and place your crosshair between the leaves as seen in the image above. Upon landing, it will cover the default plant spot on A-Site very nicely.


Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on B-Site:

This Nanoswarm lineup covers the default plant position for B-Site on Bind and can be thrown from B-Long. Once your team plants in the default spot, walk toward long to prepare for this lineup.

For the lineup itself, step onto the rock at the bottom of B-Long, and place your crosshair on the bottom part of the cylinder as seen in the video above.


Killjoy Lineups for Split:

Killjoy Lineup for Back of Site on A-Site:

It’s very important to note that this Killjoy molly is for back of A-Site, not the default plant position. Make sure to let your teammates know to plant for that spot before taking A-Site if you plan on using this lineup.

The lineup itself starts along the wall in A-Main as seen in the video above. Once you’re against the wall and in a good position, place your crosshair on the line in the sky across from the blue section of the building in the sky. Use the video for guidance if you’re having trouble.

Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on B-Site:

This Killjoy lineup might be a little tricky to learn at first, as the corner you normally would throw it from was removed in the Split rework. However, once you get it properly a couple of times, it will become easy.

To begin, walk into the corner in CT-Spawn, and place your crosshair slightly above the roof as seen in the video above. Once you get the Nanoswarm over the roof, it will land in a spot that is perfect for damaging the spike defuser.


Killjoy Lineups for Haven:

Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on A-Site:

This lineup, similar to Brimstone and Sova lineups, can be thrown from the corner in A-Long next to the sandbags. As usual, make sure to let your team know to plant around the default plant spot behind the box on A-Site.

Once you are in the corner next to the sandbags, you want to place your crosshair on the very corner of the roof as seen in the video above. This Nanoswarm will land very nicely on the planted spike.


Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on C-Site:

The video above shows a Killjoy lineup for default plant on C-Site as well as a lineup in-case your team plants for C-Long. Both lineups are quite similar and can be thrown from the same position.

To begin, step onto the second purple flower in the back of C-Long and face toward C-Site. For the first lineup from this spot, place your crosshair in the middle of the rocks in the sky as seen in the video above.


For the second lineup from this position, place your crosshair in the same spot, and then move it over to the left just slightly.

Killjoy Lineups for Ascent:

Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on A-Site:

This is a Killjoy lineup that can be done from A-Main after getting the spike down on A-Site next to generator.


For the lineup, walk up next to the bicycle in A-Main and place your crosshair on the second metal rod as seen in the video above. After throwing this molly, you will want to walk back into A-Main and prepare to peak the spike, as this lineup is done a bit farther away from the spike.

Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant/Back-Site on B-Site:

This Killjoy lineup is thrown from Market, which is generally an awkward place to defend a planted spike from. However, there are definitely some scenarios where you can make this molly work, even if it isn’t on attack.


To begin this lineup, walk into the left-side of the doorway in Market, and place your crosshair on the silver section of the wall as seen in the video above.

It’s worth noting that Market often gets smoked off as well, also making this lineup even more difficult at times.


Killjoy Lineups for Icebox:

Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on A-Site:

After your team gets control of A-Site on Icebox, you can play back in A-Nest to prepare to set up this molly.

In order to see the exact crosshair placement for this Killjoy lineup, you will need to full-screen the video above. Once you get the proper placement for your crosshair on this one, it will become very easy.


Killjoy Lineup for Default Plant on B-Site:

After planting in the default plant spot on B-Site, it is very common to play in B-Main and behind B-Yellow with your team. This makes this Nanoswarm lineup perfect for stopping an enemy spike defuser.

For the lineup, walk into B-Cubby and look up toward the crane in the sky. Place your crosshair slightly above the crane where three of the sections intersect as seen in the video above.


Conclusion:

Killjoy can be very scary to play against with lineups like those shown above for each map. Even if you don’t use them super often, knowing the Killjoy lineups for each map will easily win you some free rounds every once in a while. Remember that good communication is necessary so your teammates can play accordingly. I wish you the best of luck in your competitive games!

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Killjoy Lineups Video Guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wenS-w4xZY

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