Tryndamere Build Guide by tommymisak
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Hi, this is my first build, and i made it for friend bcs i cant stand theese fail Trynda builds. It will be very short, if you have some questions or upgrades, you can make comment or PM me. And i make a guest build, it is mine so dont care about that and pls comment here. Not beef. I upgrade my build 10/1/2012. AND IT IS BETTER TO READ ALL THE DESCRIPTION OF THIS BUILD.
Pros / Cons
Healing thru Bloodlust
Spinning slash can roll over wall
Good CC (Mocking shout, Exhaust)
If you crit every hit, unstoppable with lifesteal and ulti (mid, lategame)
Maybe squishy, but only with no Warmogs
Everybody says he is OP, he isnt CC destroy him
Lames play him very often, underrating him
Classic Carry/DPS runes, i like theese but if you want another, take them and make comment why yours, why they are better
Even trynda is nerfed in Bloodlust, it is your main ability to start game with, it can help you stand on lane longer. When you are playing well, you will be HP full all time on lane. When you are bad on lane, just let push yourself to tower and gain rage then heal yourself. Also it gives you "free" dmg, so this is awesome start game ability. If you have problem you can buy Vampiric Scepter after Berseker greaves.
Flash + Exhaust is my choice. If you wanna you can take Ghost or Ignite instead of Flash.
How you can see i make two builds, first one is against heavy AD team or balanced, and second one is against heavy AP team. Gameplay as first build is clear to everybody (i hope).
Magic resist build - I changed berseker greaves for Mercurys treads and Warmogs + Atma for Frozen mallet. It gives you 20 DMG and 800 HP. Cons of this are that you have 40 less dmg, and 18 less crit, so when you want to go fight, it is better go with full rage bcs -18 crit = you dont crit every hit (but with full rage almost yes). Force of nature is very good magic resist item, i think best on trynda but if you think that Quicksilver slash is better, take it. But FON gives you amazing HP regen and very good Magic resist. You will not be that amazing carry, your attack speed is much lower, but mages use to be very squishy, that means easy with your CC...;)
There are those who choose not to live in one of the great city-states of Valoran. Instead, they live in remote locales, often as part of a nomad or barbarian tribe. While perils abound in these untamed lands, there is also great freedom in being removed from the politics of Valoran. Tryndamere was born a member of one of these barbarian tribes in northern Valoran. Even as a young boy, it was obvious that he would grow in martial prowess to become one of his clan's greatest warriors. However, as his clan moved south between the Howling Marsh and the Ironspike Mountains, they came across strangers in black garb, brandishing symbols of a beast's skull. Despite Tryndamere's pleas, his elder went out to speak with the strangers; they cut him down mercilessly. From there, they began to slaughter every man, woman, and child in the clan. Tryndamere, the sole survivor, hid under the bodies of his dead parents. Upon their bloodied corpses, he swore eternal vengeance on those who took his people from him - the assassins of Noxus.
To train himself, Tryndamere voluntarily served under all the great chieftains of the barbarian tribes, learning the ways of the barbarian warrior. Not only did this make him the man he needed to become in order to exact his revenge, it has also garnered him friends and allies among the most powerful barbarian leaders of Valoran. This recently allowed him to unite the barbarians into a single, powerful force - all under his command. Now he has joined the League of Legends to earn enough influence to find a permanent home for his people... and to slake his rage on the champions of his hated foes.
''The next true power will come from the far north, and it will involve Tryndamere - one way or another.'' -Graccus Mightstone, League Senior Political Scholar.