How to get the most out of your jokic
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Jokic is one of the most powerful heroes in Overwatch.
His ultimates and abilities make him an intimidating presence in almost any match-up.
As a result, it’s a hero that you’ll want to learn as soon as you can, and a hero you can tweak or adapt to your personal playstyle to fit your own style.
Let’s get started.
Here are some basic tips for using jokics ultimates, in case you need them.
The first is to think about your situation.
If you have no other way to defend, jokically is an ideal way to start, because it provides a lot of damage and utility.
If you’re a ranged assassin or a support, however, jk can be an even better option.
It’s also worth noting that the jokical ability, the “fury”, is a passive, so it’s worth paying attention to when using it.
The first two times you use it, you’ll gain the passive effect, which increases your damage by 10%.
If you don’t use it immediately, you will not gain the effect, but you’ll have the bonus damage for the next three seconds.
This is the main reason why jokicates ultimates work best for a ranged, burst-focused hero.
It gives you a lot more damage, because the extra damage from the passive is applied to you at the start of each attack.
This passive effect can be applied to the same enemy, but it won’t increase their damage by a significant amount.
If there’s a ranged enemy, however.
the extra burst damage you get from it will be much higher.
It also gives you the chance to land the first blow of a combo.
The second thing you need to think of is the cooldown.
A jokicism ult is a really good ult to use, especially if you’re using it to help secure a kill or take out a single target.
But if you’ve got an aggressive carry, like the Tracer, or a tanky hero like the Pharah, jkl is a better choice for a more defensive hero.
Because it increases your health, it allows you to make better use of your ultimate, and therefore your team’s abilities.
It’s especially effective against heroes like Genji, Bastion, and McCree, who are more mobile than you are.
When you’re ready to use your ultimates however, make sure you’re prepared.
You can always use your ultimate as soon you’re able, so that you don´t lose too much health.
This will also allow you to keep track of how much damage you have, and adjust accordingly.
You can also make use of jkl´s passive by using the “reload” ability, which resets the cooldown of your ult.
This is a good idea to do when you have a slow or a high cooldown, or when you’re on the back foot.
When the enemy team is playing aggressively, it´s good to use jkl to help get them out of trouble.
This way, you won’t have to worry about getting caught out by an ultimate, or getting caught up in a fight.
Jokics “reloads” your ult, so you’ll be able to use it again in between abilities.
You might be able use the reload ability after a single ult is over, and the next time you use an ability, you donít have to wait for it to reload.
This can help you get the last hit of your next ultimate, since the cooldown on it will start to reset.
This can be a very powerful thing to have, because if you don`t have enough time to get a kill, you should try to get it as soon they are out of the fight, and can get away.
This should also be a good thing to use if you know you can do a good job with your ultimate and aren’t losing a lot, or are still struggling to find the perfect way to use the ult.
It will help you stay on top of the game.
If you´re in a teamfight, you have to pay attention to your surroundings.
If your teammates are retreating from a fight, jcl is a great way to get out of a sticky situation and stay alive.
You should also pay attention when using your ultimate in certain situations.
The first time you get in range with your ult is important, because you’ll need to get in close to your teammates and hit them with the ultimate.
This means making sure you get a good angle on your ult and don’t make any bad reads.
You will need to use this to your advantage, because when you get too close, you might miss.
The last thing you want is for your ult to land, and be useless