TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan

TeeMee is one of the most frequently chosen supports in GCS and also a hero I’m especially fond of. TeeMee’s ability to restrict enemy positioning in the early game, extremely annoying stunning skill and resurrection ultimate makes it the best bro you can get. I highly recommend TeeMee to those of you interested in support roles.

TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan

TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan


TeeMee is identified as a support/tank officially, but with his inability to get really tanky, I think he’s better classified as an assassin type support. He can restrict the enemy’s position effectively with his first skill (long stun time) and second skill (also a control skill). In the middle/late game, he can get your enemies on their toes with a Flicker + stun combo that can cripple their back row heroes or simply provide a sturdy protection for your own teammates.

TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan


Upgrade your first skill when the game starts, max this skill out first, and don’t forget to up your ult whenever possibile.

Talent Choice: Flicker or Heal

Flicker: Having an additional teleport skill allows TeeMee to get close to and control enemy units fast, it also gives TeeMee extra mobility to reach teammates in need of resurrection quickly.

Heal: If your team already has enough assassin heroes and you lack more protective skills, you can take Heal to provide a large advantage in HP.

TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan


Use your first skill to reach the bushes beside the river before your opponents and start building up the gas unseen in the grass as the initial wave of creeps appears. Then rush out to stun both the creeps and the opponent, that way you can ensure your teammate gets to Lv.2 before the enemy does while effectively suppressing his HP at the same time.

After that, your actions should differ according to the heroes you have in your team. If you do not need to initiate an attack, try sticking next to the main damage producer in your team and stun any assassin or tank that tries to catch him. If you need to call an attack, utilize bushes and your first skill + second skill combo to take enemies by surprise. Don’t forget that TeeMee is not a true tank, so remember to put a distance between you and the enemy after stunning them to prevent being taken out after the effect fades. It would be a pity to use your ult only to save your own skin!

Tip: Never, ever seep up experience from the lane, especially from the first wave of minions. If you hinder your teammate from getting to Lv.2, you may jeopardize the lane and even cause your team to suffer a bad situation in early game.

TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan


TeeMee’s first skill hurts a lot if allowed to build long enough. Raise your ability damage and magic pierce with arcanas to strengthen yourself in the early game during ganks and pokes. Supplement those with normal support arcanas.

Red: Violate 3 – Ability Power: 4.2, Magic Pierce: 2.4

Purple: Benevolence 3 – Ability Power: 45, Hp 5 sec: 5.2, Movement Speed: 0.4%

Green: Valiance 3 – Max HP: 37.5, Cooldown Speed: 0.6%

TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan


When facing an enemy team with high physical damage (Ex: Violet, Yorn, Lubu…etc.)

  • Sonic Boots
  • (Knight’s Plate)
  • Asterion’s Buckler
  • Gaia’s Standard
  • Mail of Pain
  • *Shield of the Lost
  • Ancestral Glory

When facing an enemy team with high magic damage (Ex: Tulen, Zill…etc.)

  • Gilded Greaves
  • (Belt of Clarity)
  • Asterion’s Buckler
  • *Gaia’s Standard
  • Medallion of Troy
  • Shield of the Lost
  • Ancestral Glory

P.S: Items shown in parenthesis are bought temporarily, the long term goal is to buy the item shown with an asterisk. So the total amount of items is still 6!

TeeMee Guide by GCS coach JT Aydan

Aydan is the Arena of Valor pro league coach for the J Team in the Garena Challenger Series pro league in Taiwan. You can discuss with him about TeeMee guide on his Facebook page.

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