Nobody will expect.
For the poke
You have damage,stay safe.
Not Updated For Current Season
The masteries shown here are not yet updated for the current season, the guide author needs to set up the new masteries. As such, they will be different than the masteries you see in-game.
Threats to Anivia with this build
|Darius||If you don't make big mistakes ,it should be easy as long as you watch out for his flash..|
|Fiora||Play around her kit. Bait the W.|
My name is Haljawchiks and I play in EU West server at the moment. Anivia is classified as a control Mage and as an assasin at the same time.
The Table of Contents can guide you through this guide on where to find things. This is my first guide, and i wanted to share something very simple and extremly strong . As you continue on, you'll get to understand the ways of this build. Thank you if you gave my guide a chance. I hope you will enjoy it.
If you have any comments, questions, feel free to leave me a message in the discussion!
Pros / Cons
+ Hard CC
+ Easy & fast combos
+ Able to Carry Games
+ Excellent Wave Clear and Farming
+ Easy to Learn, Hard To Master
+ Insane burst
+ Excellent in choke points.
+ Passive to rely on.
- Bad wall placement can destory a game.
- No mobility whatsoever.
- Skill shot heavy
- Difficult in close combats.
- Difficult vs mobile targets.
Your Runes can vary on Anivia. Since she benefits from all sources with this build and setup. I prefer certain Rune setups into certain Top laner setups (vs mages etc) These are my standard rune setups when playing Anivia. One thing that never changes are my Quintessence Runes. But overall this is a great rune setup for auto attack and spell combination damage with a little survivability.
You can rotate between more AD/armor pen or AP/magic pen.
This build does not rely on specific order of runes, you can set them up in the way you like them. That's just my example of what i use as a standart for Anivia top.
Trading in lane.
What you want to do , is start harrasing the enemy with auto attacks as much as possible,land Q's when you get close enough,since the long range one's are much easiesr to dodge,follow up with the E, while the enemy is chilled and keep harrasing with auto's.
If the enemy can certainly outtrade you, for example Lulu, wait for them to make the first move as you counter it with your stun, followup with E and just back off so the enemy won't have time to retaliate. As Anivia you have 1 trick up your sleeve - all animations look alike. Basic attacks can trigger enemies to think you're about to use an ability.