The easiest ones that I do get picked into me would be Kennen, Vladimir, Sylas, and Teemo. Once you start the long road of learning you will figure out cheesy rune and summoner spell combinations to survive any lane, and if you can successfully survive early, you will be able to put up a fight later because that's just what Nasus does. Specifically Dirty Mobs on Illaoi and Adrian Riven on Riven. 1: whether you decide to go IBG or TriForce, do you still normally always get the sheen first? So bam, big dog and a Q takes the first one to half health, he spins to run and catches a tower shot as I wither him, second tower shot just catches him as he exits range and finished him as I'm already focusing on his partner. 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". Every single champion can bring you really far in the ladder if you take your time and learn him. I have played RTO once, and he called my champ dumb for out scaling him (he won early game fairly hard, but lost a 1v1 when an item up on me) I don't recall anyone named soulmario, sorry. You'll start to fall off in mid high diamond though as other champs do his job without a 25+ minute ramp up. He gets banned every game. What are your thoughts on their playstyles, as well as their champion mains, respectively? That little health boost from R, maybe a quarter health bar or less, was enough to handle their autoattacks (and get the tower involved) - and you just know they were right-clicking like maniacs wanting to finish that kill so they didn't even have time to abort if they had wanted to. One of the things I hated the most about the scuttle meta was junglers acting as if I, as a level 1-2 Nasus with a triple wave being pushed in, would leave the lane to help vs a level 3 Darius. Discussion. Use lolking guides and read the notes for every matchup, and devote a good deal of runepages tailored to every situation if you're serious about Nasus only. Summoner School is a League of Legends subreddit dedicated to helping others learn/improve. View entire discussion ( 15 comments) More posts from the summonerschool community. I actually don't very often end games myself with the enemy team still up. 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. He's pretty much a Nasus one trick pony and he hit challenger. Hardest lanes: Jax, Darius, Riven, Illaoi. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. If a player has played fewer than 50 games with that champion/role ⇒ score * 0.75 for each missing game. You need to have played at least 1 ranked game in the past 30 days to be ranked with that champion. The rest is more or less based on how I feel about the game state. We offer a variety of tools and events to assist in the learning process. Your JG shouldn't be winning your lane for you. 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. As the title says I recently hit Challenger while one-tricking Nasus and wanted to share my experience with anyone wanting to ask questions. Some may be able to do so faster, but it works. Most of my games end pretty normally with a team fight. Hard champs to face later: Jax, Yi, Vayne. 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. Nautalis, Maokai, and Malphite. One of the things I hated the most about the scuttle meta was junglers acting as if I, as a level 1-2 Nasus with a triple wave being pushed in, would leave the lane to help vs a level 3 Darius. Ha, that happened to me last week. I feel like he's always inconsistent. All rights reserved. It can. But most of the AP items that give cdr/mana are not very tanky. I have played fogged a few times. I was real close to dead and adrenaline was pumping - probably my best highlight reel move yet. Just look at Sirchez, he can hit Challenger just playing Nasus. Hardest champs to face in general: Darius and Jax because they are stonewalls and are not Ult CD gated. 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. AOE armor reduction, tower, and a few autos, maybe got another Q up, but the other guy didn't survive either. I've played quite a bit of Nasus and I can't state enough how much outplay potential there is to him. I honestly feel, in a vacuum that does not involve junglers, there is no champion that I cannot at least farm and not feed. +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. Pretty easy because cringe hurts me physically, do you enjoy inflicting pain on the 5 enemies as you slowly scale and then when 20min pass u just run down mid and auto the nexus while all they can do is sit there and watch. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Please read over our rules section before posting! You just know how to play Nasus and learn lane matchups. They don't do enough damage early game to punish my pick and once I have my ult/sheen I can run them down over and over. Ill answer any questions to the best of my knowledge! +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 Yes absolutely. It is less about stacks and more about the contribution Nasus can actually provide, plus giving up the cs/experience for the skirmish. https://na.op.gg/summoner/userName=Juvenile. 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. What do you guys think? Would go mid before top, however. I just don't like the feel of the item. Ap Nasus: I dislike it. I always thought that he wasn't, although I've never questioned him about it because he is fairly decent and consistent on the champ. Do you ever consider going Frozen Heart/Iceborn Gauntlet instead of Triforce? A list of all Challenger, Grandmasters, & Masters high ELO one trick ponies in League of Legends. Hardest lanes?Hardest top champs to face later into game?Hardest champs to face in generall?Thoughts about Ap Nasus mid/top? 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. So my tip is to learn the Nasus mentality. 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? Any tips or strategies for Nasus? Edit: I forgot to mention, but Zilean is a hard champ to deal with in General. I believe you should play what fits your style in order to improve which leads me to one question. Nasus is only good if you a good amount of stacks.. if you have less than 10 stacks a minute its over, but even then nasus isn't a great champ compared to some other top laners atm so you maybe consider something else. 2: How hard is it not yo type "D Cane" in all chat every game? Is he right for not rotating? We offer a variety of tools and events to assist in the learning process. Can maining Nasus, learning his matchups and simply playing him a lot get you really far in the ladder? Trick2g does the most troll, dumb things on Nasus so I obviously love watching him. Summoner School is a League of Legends subreddit dedicated to helping others learn/improve. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Sometimes he never gets banned but when other times. Posted by 2 days ago. If you can't get more than 2/3 CS a minute, you should worry more about learning how to CS than learning a champion to play. 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. I don't like playing against him because he pressures pretty hard and takes me away from my team more than I care to. But his flavor of the month comes and goes. He's pretty much a Nasus one trick pony and he hit challenger. And jax players will ALWAYS all in you, so I can't farm when I want to. Hard to kill Jax when he has so much up time on his E thanks to Spear and true damage is pretty hard to deal with in general. Cookies help us deliver our Services. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the summonerschool community. As for links I have a stream, but I do not stream very regularly: https://www.twitch.tv/wcjuvenile, My op gg: https://na.op.gg/summoner/userName=Juvenile. 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. You just know how to play Nasus and learn lane matchups. Sorry, I don't really have an exact equation. What would be the optimal amount of stacks per x minutes? Also, the scaling is not very slow in most of my games. I tend to get any leads around level 7 and then its very sudden as I ghost/flash onto the enemy top laner. The only quota I have is 350 by 20 minutes. Needless to say I watch/love them both. Learn to abuse it in such a way that you can break most people's patience with. From damn near dead to double kill on full health opponents, then damn near dead again but with foldin money. A score is determined for each summoner/champion/role. Vlad being the easiest. The easiest ones that I don't see often are tanks. Press J to jump to the feed. I figured my experience climbing in the top lane with a champ that loses 90% of match-ups could bring some new perspective to those wanting to climb, especially given the nature of top lane now a days. Post level 9 or so though, if the skirmish is right outside the lane he should be helping. I think a common mistake is Nasus players thinking their stacks are worth more than gold/experience. 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). That champ can devote his kit to stopping you from being a champion. What players in d1-challenger do you have the hardest time playing against? First focus on learning proper lane management, then learn matchups. Players must play a minimum of 10 games to be ranked. My friend is a pretty decent Teemo/Nasus OTP [ 2mil and 600k MP respectively ], we are both hardstuck Plat 1 with me on ADC. 4.0k. Feels like I am playing a different champion. © Copyright 2013-2020 www.leagueofgraphs.com. Sometimes. Sirchez is better, but a bit TP happy imo. Pretty much the title. 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