Specifically Dirty Mobs on Illaoi and Adrian Riven on Riven. So they're an auto-attack from finishing me and almost reaching me, but as soon as both stepped into tower range I hit R and spun on them. Hardest lanes?Hardest top champs to face later into game?Hardest champs to face in generall?Thoughts about Ap Nasus mid/top? As the title says I recently hit Challenger while one-tricking Nasus and wanted to share my experience with anyone wanting to ask questions.
Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. My friend is a pretty decent Teemo/Nasus OTP [ 2mil and 600k MP respectively ], we are both hardstuck Plat 1 with me on ADC. If you played less than 5 games with the given champion in the less 30 days, a penalty is applied ⇒ score * 0.5 for each missing game, Those rules are exponentials (ie +2 tier ⇒ score * 16). You either survive early game and afk farm out of control or get denied the whole game and end up being a squishy underfarmed dog. If there was a build path that allowed me to get tanky while having good CDR during laning it could be better. +1 tier ⇒ score * 4 (The tier used is an average between your "soloqueue" tier and your "flex" tier, ponderated by the number of games you played in each) +12% winrate (compared to the average for that champion/role) ⇒ score * 2 +100% KDA (compared to the average for that champion/role) ⇒ score * 1.33 People just love diving nasus for some reason because the pressure is on THEM to stop you early, your only job is surviving while scaling. It is less about stacks and more about the contribution Nasus can actually provide, plus giving up the cs/experience for the skirmish. When we end up on the same team he always lets me go top though! Edit: I forgot to mention, but Zilean is a hard champ to deal with in General. Hi, what other champs can hit an ADC for 1/4 or 1/3 of their health at 25min while having a full tank build? All rights reserved.
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Ha, that happened to me last week. The easiest ones that I do get picked into me would be Kennen, Vladimir, Sylas, and Teemo. Sometimes.
Pretty much the title. Anyone who has played a good deal of Nasus(A few hundred games) will be very familiar with the doublekill while hugging your top tower.
We offer a variety of tools and events to assist in the learning process. It isn't the best thing for the jungler, but expecting Nasus that early to participate in skirmishes is silly and shouldn't be expected to help. 4.0k.
I actually don't very often end games myself with the enemy team still up. View entire discussion ( 15 comments) More posts from the summonerschool community.
Do you ever consider going Frozen Heart/Iceborn Gauntlet instead of Triforce? Also, the scaling is not very slow in most of my games. Of course.
New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the summonerschool community. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. The only quota I have is 350 by 20 minutes. There's nothing more annoying than a Nasus pretending you dont exist and just farming like "Yeah, I'm going to be a god, there's nothing you can do". https://na.op.gg/summoner/userName=Juvenile. +12% winrate (compared to the average for that champion/role) ⇒ score * 2, +100% KDA (compared to the average for that champion/role) ⇒ score * 1.33. Sirchez is better, but a bit TP happy imo. And it's not you versus your opponent.
I think a common mistake is Nasus players thinking their stacks are worth more than gold/experience. Nautalis, Maokai, and Malphite. Nasus is a great champ to put all your energy into mastering imo because there's no matchup that doesnt have some form of outplay potential.
I can fight them when I have mine up, but they are strong even without. He gets banned every game. He's pretty much a Nasus one trick pony and he hit challenger. Anyone who has played a good deal of Nasus(A few hundred games) will be very familiar with the doublekill while hugging your top tower. Look at sirhcez. Posted by 2 days ago. It can. I think Nasus is pretty good right now. I believe you should play what fits your style in order to improve which leads me to one question. Would go mid before top, however. And jax players will ALWAYS all in you, so I can't farm when I want to. Learn to abuse it in such a way that you can break most people's patience with. You just know how to play Nasus and learn lane matchups.