Like most yordles, Tristana was always fascinated by the world beyond Bandle City. She traveled far and wide, full of wonder and enthusiasm for the varied places, people, and creatures she encountered. Using the hidden pathways that only yordles know, she explored the length and breadth of the material realm, remaining mostly unseen. She witnessed such breathtaking sights as ice trolls migrating across the floes of the far north beneath kaleidoscopic auroras. She marveled as warships blasted each other to pieces in naval battles that churned the seas.
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Tristana is a long-ranged marksman that specializes in pushing lane and causing collateral damage. She excels in snowballing along successful fights and can quickly eliminate her targets from the safety of the backline. Her strength comes from her ability to destroy turrets within mere seconds with Explosive Charge and Rapid Fire , which can also secure objectives such as Dragon and Baron Nashor. Precision has some of the best options for Tristana's sustained fighting style. Tristana's skills become more relevant for their utility than their damage in the late-game, so rather than getting cooldown reduction, she'll become heavily reliant on basic attacks. It is recommended for to buy at least two of those options, alongside Infinity Edge. AP Tristana can be viable given that she has decent base damage and AP ratios. If you plan to play this, it is recommended to buy items that supplement her basic attacks, such as Lich Bane , or Hextech Gunblade.
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