Owl is one of the best initiators in Valorant and can prove effective on most maps in the game. Although not the most popular of Lotus, the agent can still perform decently if you are well equipped with different lineups to surprise your opponents.
Essentially, learning the lineup to properly use his Reveal can provide your team with much needed information. However, finding and familiarizing them could be time-consuming and you would have to spend hours practicing in custom games. To keep things simple, the following section lists some of the best ones for you to learn.
This list is in no particular order.
10 B Site Reveal (Attack)
When your team plans to focus on B-town during the raid, this Reveal lineup can help you significantly. Learning this may not seem very easy, but you can practice for five or ten minutes to learn it.
To start, you need to stand on top of the first box before the attacker attacks and stick to the wall. Once you do this, you should line up the Owl Drone icon as shown in the image and one line of arrows. This will reveal the site.
9 B Site Retake Reveal (Defense)
B Site Retake Reveal from B Upper is a simple but effective cast. This would reveal the positions of every opponent on the site, and you would only have to worry about the enemies present against A Main and A Link.
If you’re trying to pull this off, you can slightly peek out of B Upper and drop the arrow at full charge to complete an easy line. However, you have to be careful because going a bit wider could expose you to B Main and an opponent holding your corner could easily kill you.
8 City Tree Reveal (Attack)
The tree is where you can usually find defenders, so learning Reveal for the same could do wonders when your team is planning to execute spot A. When you use this, your teammates can open the door and swing if the opponent is playing a certain location.
To learn A Site Tree Reveal, peek a little to the right of the Rubble and place your crosshair on the greenish pattern found on the wall across from you. You can then fully charge the arrow and use it with double recoil.
7 Master Disclosure (Defense)
This is the most basic A Main Reveal for the Lotus map in Valorant, and you can use it as soon as the round starts to set your team up for a possible A execution from the attackers. If any opponent is detected near the revolving door, your teammate can spam through it and even perform a kill.
At the start of the round, move slightly to the right of the wall in front of you and perform a full reveal. Usually opponents won’t be able to grab this, but after a few rounds you need to mix things up as they might expect you to use it.
6 A Tree Retake Reveal (defense)
Recapturing A can be difficult in post-turn situations and your team must clear the corners precisely to achieve this. Having A Retake Reveal in your manual could come in handy as it would provide you with the locations of opponents on the site.
To do this, stick to the beginning of the left side of the wall and place a cross between the patches of leaves. The problematic element would be to first jump and then release the arrow with one touch without a major charge.
5 Main Disclosure (Attack)
Many defensive players tend to play aggressively in the A position and try to push the A Main at the beginning of the round. As a result, learning this main disclosure could help you learn the positions of those who are ready to go on the front foot.
To align the arrows, stick to the left side of the obstacle for a round start and measure to the bottom of the leaf-like structure. As for the charge, you need to make sure you do a two-stroke, because going anything under or over will mean you’ll miss the target.
4 City C Disclosure (Attack)
As your team prepares to attack Site C, you need to know Site C’s disclosure, which provides key information about the adversaries that are on it. Learning the layout for him would reduce the number of angles we would have to check.
This reveal is relatively simpler than most others and you have to go to the corner of the boxes present on the C Main. Then place the crosshairs towards the entrance as shown in the photo above and finally perform the placement by performing a full charge with two bounces.
3 C Main Disclosure (Defense)
Doing an early main reveal C could be helpful in establishing enemy presence towards city C. You can use a simple lineup to achieve the same, otherwise you’d have the option of learning another variation of the run.
For an easier and commonly used option, you can stand against the obstacle of the round start and peek to the left until you see leaf pixels on the screen. After your reticle is properly positioned, you can completely release the arrows.
2 C Backsite Reveal (Attack)
In addition to C Site Reveal mentioned above, you can learn C Backsite Reveal to know if any adversary is waiting for you at the back of the site. This is a particularly low-key location to clear, and with this reveal, your teammates will know what they’ll be up against.
This layout starts from a similar position as site C and you have to move a little further until you see the wall on the other side. After that, you can simply use the arrow at full charge with one bounce.
1 C Site Retake Reveal (Defense)
If you’re approaching site C for a reshoot from the waterfall side, use this amazing reveal to help your team. You and your teammates can then use flash lights to try to regain control of the city and eliminate the spike.
While trying to do this, you need to stick to the wall and move slightly to the left until you see water flowing down. Once you’ve lined up the reticle correctly, do a full-charge double-bounce release to reveal the locations of opponents on the site.
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