LOL: A mordekaiser's strategy against Nasus who can give a lot of play in Solq
The guardian of the Arenas Nasus has always been a quite popular champion in League of Legends, especially in Elo Bajo/Medio. However, it is known that he is a very complicated champion of playing at the beginning of the game, who has very little damage to burst and difficulty to really threaten an opponent. In addition, to be a little stronger in the phase of lane, would have to maximize an inefficient spell in the middle/end of the game (its e), a sacrifice that players do not, being the insignificant gain compared to the potential. losses.
With the changes in patch 12.10, it would be logical to think that Shurima's most famous Toplaner could grow in popularity. Despite his weakness in the line of lines, it is still quite complicated to avoid being able to win, provided that the Nasus player is patient and respects the good moment of the opposite champion. However, A player has found a new trick to gag the dog, without the need to expose himself to a counter-ataque and without having to kill him.
A very simple trick
Nasus is a champion with an infinite potential. ** His absorbent q-golpe gains harm for each opponent with whom he murders, either a subject, a jungle monster or a champion. To compensate for this infinite power, the base damage of the spell is relatively low, since the objective is to increase it by recovering resources. directly to the champion.
When using his R to send the two champions to the kingdom of the shadows when a great wave of Minions arrives under the Nasus tower, the player prevents his opponent from winning power. Here the player who has in his hands Nasus has no possible answer. ** Starting a duel with Mordekaiser would not make it progress particularly, since even with its final upper street before Nasus could push enough to reject the next wave.
An interesting, but not optimized tactic
Here, the player's strategy is more about depriving his opponent of the resources than to kill him. The idea is not necessarily bad on paper, but although Nasus seems unlike Go back to the game, Mordekaiser is not helping your team get a significant advantage. Because even if Nasus does not recover gold, the iron nightmare also gains anything in particular. If one of his lanes loses, he will be in trouble, since he is ultimately not much stronger than it should be.
Nasus is certainly less strong than it should be at this point in the game, but that does not make Mordekaiser stronger. Therefore, this strategy is only effective if the game is relatively balanced in the other lanes, since at that time, the team will play team fights at an advantage of gold and farmeo . This will probably not comfort the players Of Nasus who are victims of this strategy, these poor people who just wanted to play League of Legends before receiving a stop on the face.