Not Updated For Current Season
My Name is Entrail09 and i am playing on EUW. In S4 I reached Plat 4 (was 3 times in promo to Plat 3 if i remember correctly). My Most played Champ was Karma, but i also played a lot with Sejuani :)
Actually i am in Gold 1 with Sejuani as my Main Champion. I am not the type of player who picks champs when they got buffed and pick another "op" champ when another one got buffed or the actual champ got nerfed. I like to stick with a hand of champs and Sejuani is one of them.
I start with gromp/golems depends where my adc/sup is, then go to the first buff and afterwards i clear the nearest camp (wolves/wraith), without using a single pot.
I just clear every camp from gromp to golems, or vice versa, like i said depending on my startposition.
I save my healpots for the second buff and try to keep up as long as possible without a pot. Cause of the mastery where i get more HP-reggeneration when i am on low hp, i can clear the small camps without a problem.
After taking the last camp i can either go back and by stalker blade or if i have enough HP left i start ganking.
After first back i try to reach lvl 6 as fast as possible and only gank if there is a really good situation.
Whenever you start a gank dont charge in directly and pop all your spells. Try to get behind the enemy when coming out and cut off his way. if he flashes away or has another dash or something you can use your q too. Wait for the knockup and use your e afterwards cause it slows for a very short time and he cant run while he is knocked up.
The same thing i said above definetly should be in mind before using your ult. If he is stunned, slowed or you have a good chance of hitting more people when you wait a few seconds before you throw it, wait. You dont have to use all your spells at once.
After Core items feel free to mix these items depending on the actual state of your game (are you ahead, are they dealing alot of dmg if so ap, ad or mixed?, eg...)
This is my first guide and it is quite short, plz feel free to give me feedback. Whenever i look at other guides the only thing i want to look at are Spells, Masteries, Runes and a overlook over viable items. I dont like reading too much text, but if you want me to write some more in this guide, feel free to give me feedback and leave a message :)