The Noxian Titan
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Threats to Sion with this build
|Aurelion Sol||Aurelion Sol is so weak in the early game that you can invade him without fearing for your life. Try to stay close to him and if you can, land a charged Q on him as it disables his passive for the duration of the cc. Watch out post level 6 for his ultimate burst and counter any ganks he would attempt with his stun by warding his jungle. There you go, free elo.|
An introduction to Sion, the titan of Noxus.
Welcome to this S6 Jungle Sion Guide. Here, you will learn about the Noxian Titan, a mountain of muscle and rage, spilling blood and despair while his enemies weep and flee. You will engage your foes and overcome them against all odds. Your axe will turn red. You will taste victory and it is all that matters.
"It all bleeds together. Does it matter? Noxus conquers. The rest? Trivial. So long... since I've tasted victory."
My name is Typical Ret𝐚rd and i'm a jungle main since season 4. I hope you find useful information in this guide and that you end up adding another great pick to your champion pool; Sion, The Undead Juggernaut.
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeBest of luck on the Fields of Justice,
"Noxian drums. Demacian screams. Glory isn't accolades; glory is hot blood on your hands! This is life!"
Why Sion jungle has so much potential for S6
With this season encouraging the use of tanks once again with the infamous Titanic Hydra, which has revolutionised the way tanks play and deal damage,
has grown from slow and passive tank to a huge juggernaut of death.
Here are a four reasons why you should play :
1: One clear to rule them all
With the rework of the jungle items, 's clear has become amazing. The Q provides a charged initiate, the shield some damage protection and great aoe clear and the E allows you to keep the monsters cc'd till you finish them off. This incredible sustain allows early ganks and grants you a lot of freedom; you may choose do to you whatever pleases you. And you deserve it. You're Sion.
2: Ganking till they die
's ganking ability is incredible. His kit is basically a jungler's wetdream.
Pre-6, you can slow and reduce armor with E using the lane's creeps, pop your shield to finish someone off and, last but not least, smash them to their death with a well timed Q. Your evergrowing pool of health and your shield allow very early diving as you can tank 4-5 turrets shots when full life and get out easily.
Post-6, your R allows Oneshot ganks. Press R, smash your foe and follow with a charged Q. There you go, that was probably enough. Wait. It wasn't? Pop your W aaaaaand it's gone.
3: Scaling nevers stops
's W passive grants him extra health each time he kills something. Why? Because killing is the only thing does and he feels great about it. That means that should the game last longer than expected, you will never stop growing. Reaching 6000-6500 HP in a 45 minutes game is quite normal for Sion.
4: A glorious death
Upon his death, Sion turns into a damage dealing brute. With the Titanic Hydra procs during 's passive, dying in the middle of a teamfight is often a pain for your opponents.
"Walking the field with the Grand General, surveying the carnage, I ache for another foe. He is hobbled, a leg wound from the battle? If it pains him, he does not show it. A true Noxian. I do not like his pet, though; it picks over the dead, having earned nothing. His war hounds were more fitting company."
Pros / Cons
+ Infinite scaling
+ Teamfight monster
+ Insane hybrid damage burst
+ Good jungle clear
+ Excellent jungle sustain
+ Reliable pick
+ Amazing engage potential
+ Hard to kite
- Hard to master
- Confusing ult management & passive
- Requires good teamfighting skills
- Some weak phases
- Farm reliant