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Welcome to my guide for the master of crits, Tryndamere.
I would like to get started by saying that I had a lot of item combinations from my in-game friend, SleepyWalrus.
Pros of Tryndamere
-High Damage Output (once Infinity Edge is purchased)
-Excellent at escaping ganks.
-Can solo even the tougher tanks in LoL.
Cons of Tryndamere
-Has a hard time harassing early game.
-Can get off to quite a bad start if not played correctly/appropriately.
-A blind, stun, or disable than nullify you after you have used your ultimate.
Alright, they key to this guide, is playing conservatively until level 6. Once you are level 6, you have your ultimate, and therefore you can begin to play a little more aggressively due to the fact that you have 6 seconds of invulnerability from magic and also melee attacks. So, for your first skill point, put it into Spinning Slash. This allows you to perform minor harass attacks while still being able to keep your HP.
R (Endless Rage ((ultimate)) > Q (Bloodlust) > E (Spinning Slash) > W (Mocking Shout)
I choose to max bloodlust first simply because when you start to crit, you get stacks SUPER quick, saving you a lot of hp and preventing you from dying.
Start off by purchasing Brawler Gloves.
Then finish an Avarice Blade.
Earn 750g to purchase your second avarice blade.
Purchase Berserker Greaves
Purchase a Zeal
Finish making your first Phantom Dance
Purchase your second Zeal
Finish making your second Phantom Dancer
Purchase a B.F Sword
Finish Making Infinity Edge
Madred's Bloodrazor/Lat Whisper
What you mainly want to go for is the highest rank of crit dmg and crit chance, with a little bit of armour pen thrown in for effect.
and remember. ALWAYS, AIM, SQUISHIES. EASY KILLS!!