Truly magnificent. Sun Tzu couldn't have written it better himself--and, curiously, you incorporated several of his central maxims into the guide.
All warfare is based on deception; when we are weak, the enemy must think we are strong, when strong, the enemy must think we are weak.
The true champion is not he who can claim victory in a thousand battles; the true champion is he who destroys the enemy's will to fight, claiming victory before the battle has even begun.
The true champion is not he who charges blindly into battle, only later seeking victory; the true champion is he who puts himself beyond the possibility of defeat, then awaits the opportunity to snatch victory. For the conditions of your defeat are determined only by you, but the conditions for your victory can only be determined by the enemy.
Attack only what the enemy cannot defend, defend only what cannot be assailed.
Great minds think alike, eh?
Also, Fiddlesticks ought to have a special place in your guide: if there's a player on Earth who isn't screaming "OH GOD RUN AWAY" the second he gets Terrored, regardless of how many thousands of more health he has than me, I haven't met him yet. Not even mentioning that Crowstorm is both the ultimate psychological threat and the ultimate trap against baited enemy groups. Or that fact that, no matter how many hundreds of damage Drain is doing per second, nobody ever seems to notice it until it's too late--all they see is the "helpless" Fiddlesticks just "standing there for some reason". And, somehow, nobody ever seems to remember that he can silence your whole team, instantly forcing one of those "recalculations".