Quas, the previous Top-laner for NRG, has written down his knowledge and perspective of Top-lane, a role he's been playing professionally for over two years now. Anyone looking to master Top-lane and climb the solo queue ladder will find this book tremendously helpful. Some of the strategies and concepts you'll learn about include:
Warding, Split-pushing, Roaming
Laning with a "Small Victories" mindset
Co-ordinating plays with your Jungler
How to deal with Tilt, and other difficulties
You can check out a preview to the left! (It also includes a table of contents to give you a full overview).
BloodWater, former Support for XDG and Team Vulcan, played Support professionally for two years. After his time in the competitive scene, he returned to college full-time, but still continues to play on any one of his three accounts in Challenger.
The 2nd edition of The Art of Support takes a close look at the changes to Season 6, including Wards, Trinkets, and Objectives. We also cover:
Bigfatlp, who was widely considered the best Mid-laner from Season 1, has ventured into his mind (a very scary place) and written down what players need to know in order to succeed as a Mid-laner in today's game.
4 Chapters for Laning Phase
(Basics, Laning, Roaming, and Ganks)
3 Chapters for Mid/Late-Game
(Picks, Team Fights, and Splitting)
3 Chapters for Overall Gameplay
(Playing From Behind, Pressing Advantages, Mentality)