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.
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 all of site as well as into A-Short and A-Showers. Playing this spot with a Vandal or other long-range weapon is best.
Wall for A-Short from U-Haul/Behind Truck:
This is another Sage wall that is good for peaking A-Short and holding it from a unique angle. Depending on how you place this wall on the stairs, you can get it either higher or lower. Place the wall’s outline similar to that seen in the image above.
It’s worth noting that enemies rarely will check this spot, which can allow you some very free kills the first time you use it in a match. Make sure to let your teammates know when doing this for the best of holding A-Site.
Wall for B-Long from B-Hookah
This wall can be placed from the ledge of Hookah and gives you an excellent angle toward B-Long and a small amount of B-Garden.
This is an angle that almost no one will clear when peaking from B-Long. Most enemies will check inside of B-Garden first. This gives you a very big opportunity to catch multiple enemy players off guard and kill them. It’s also good to realize that this wall blocks all of Hookah, preventing enemies from getting to site without breaking the wall.
Wall for B-Hookah from Inside of B-Hookah
This wall is slightly more difficult to place, as you must jump right after placing the wall to prevent it from immediately breaking. However, once you learn the timing it becomes very easy to consistently place. Jump onto the box in Hookah and place your wall outline similar to that as seen above.
This wall gives you a lot of elevation in a place where this is generally none. Enemies will, again, likely not clear this angle and will need time to adjust their aim. It’s worth noting you can also break the right segment of the wall if you want to be as sneaky as possible.
Wall for A-Site from A-Short:
This sage wall allows you to get on top of the boxes in A-Short, which gives you vision of many parts of site. Place the wall as seen above and make sure not to have any of the wall stick through the other side of the boxes.
As you can see, this Sage wall gives you many angles to fight. This also means you should be careful, as you are very vulnerable from this spot and could potentially die from many places.
Wall for A-Site Post Plant:
This is a standard Sage wall that is very good after your team plants in the default position. It ensures that you can safely get the spike down without getting shot from the other side of site. Remember not to wall this if you have other teammates pushing from A-Showers.
After placing this wall, you should be aware of enemies that quickly break it in order to prevent the plant. You should also be careful of aggressive enemies that can get on top of the truck or wall with their abilities like Raze, Omen, and Jett.
Wall for U-Haul and Truck from A-Short:
This Sage wall is slightly more situational, but can still be very effective for winning rounds. This wall prevents enemies from pushing to site through U-Haul but also allows you to jump onto the box and ultimately the truck on A-Site.
Placing a Sage wall in this position gives you a lot of flexibility in how you choose to play. You can play aggressively by jumping onto the truck and taking early fights, or you can simply place the wall and play from site or A-Short.
Wall for B-Elbow from B-Garden:
The next Sage wall is for securing B-Site when your team is pushing from either B-Garden or B-Hookah. This prevents any enemies that are playing in elbow from pushing and killing the spike planter. You can also use this wall to boost yourself up onto the high ground near elbow.
If you do choose to play on top of the boost, which you don’t have to, you can either watch elbow or CT depending on what the rest of your team is watching. Overall, this is one of the best Sage walls that can be placed when attacking B-Site.
Wall for CT from B-Site:
This is a pretty standard Sage wall that can be an alternative to the elbow wall if you know you have full control of B-Site. You can either play site or Hookah/Garden after walling and planting.
Once the wall is up, be prepared to use your slow orbs as the enemies break it. This will slow enemies that want to come out from CT even more. Just remember to be careful of elbow and flanks.
Sage’s playstyle in the meta is beginning to evolve, and much of it has to do with the incredible walls that you can place to surprise your opponents. Practice a few of the walls above for each site and use them every once in a while so enemies can’t predict you too easily. Outside of Sages’ walls, it’s also important to remember that she has other very powerful abilities that you should also be using. Ultimately, combine these powerful Sage walls with some good communication and aim and your skill will begin to go up!
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