Sion Build Guide by Luriocarn
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Prior to the creation of the League of Legends, the city-states of Demacia and Noxus were locked in a brutal series of on-again-off-again wars that spanned the course of centuries. Both powers sought an advantage over the other, but Noxus was the city-state willing to forego conventional morality to achieve its goals. Only brute strength and the will to use it mattered to Noxus, and this is best exemplified in the murderous warrior, Sion. Used by the Noxians as a human battering ram, Sion would be sent thundering ahead of Noxian troops. He would mercilessly slaughter foes with his large double-bladed axe, ''Chopper''. His complete disregard for caution ultimately cost him his life, as he was captured and summarily executed by Demacian forces.
The Demacians thought that the beheading of Sion would be the end of his bloodthirsty ways. Death, however, was merely the beginning of Sion's rise to power. The famed Noxian assassin, Katarina, recovered Sion's remains and Noxian necromancers reanimated the behemoth to serve Noxus once again. Sion's reanimation actually bestowed new powers on him and increased the potency of his existing abilities, making him even more of a terror to behold on the battlefield. The Noxian High Command had a powerful new weapon in their hands - one they have brought to bear as a champion in the League of Legends. Even though Sion's increased powers would make him a powerful tool for the High Command's use outside the Fields of Justice, Noxus no longer risks losing one of their greatest champions in the League to chance or circumstance; Sion's days as a front-line fighter for Noxus' military conquests are at an end.
This guide is for killing enemies as sion. I am new to making guides. Please leave suggestions.
Dorans Blade: Early Kill
Beserkers Greeves: Small attack speed boost
Vampiric Scepter: Life Steal
Last Whisper: Attack Boost
Phantom Dancer: High Attack speed, Critical Strike, Movement Speed
Madred's Bloodrazor: Armor, Attack, Attack Speed
The Bloodthirster: If you make it this late into a game then you would want the better lifesteal and damage.
This guide doesn't really matter for items. Get any items you want but make sure they are offensive items.
Stuns target and hurts them.
Activates a shield that blows up in 10 seconds. Can be blown up after 4 seconds though.
Gives you an attack boost at the cost of some health. For all your kills you get a permanent health boost.
Gives a huge life steal and attack speed boost for a short period of time.
When you see enemies you want to stun them with Cryptic Gaze then run while activating your shield. When the stun wears off you want to then use exhaust on them. (If you have it) Then you want to activate your sheild blowing up. Then keep attacking. If your enemy is attacking you then activate your ultimate. If not then don't use it.
Solo The Dragon
When you hit level 14 you are going want to kill the dragon. Step 1: Start your shield. Step:2 When the shield can be manually blown up use cryptic gaze on the dragon and then blow up shield. Step 3: Keep attacking the dragon well using cryptic gaze when possible. step 4; Mak sure your have atleast 100 mana at all times. When you hit low health you should activate your ultimate. Depending on how fed you are it will either keep you alive or heal you a lot. Step 5: Just keep attacking the dragon. Keep hitting it with cryptic gaze and don't worry about the 100 mana anymore. Tada you killed the dragon. The Dragon should not be fought until atleast level 12.
In team battles you should activate your ultimate and keep your entire team alive. You should also be using your shield to either sop up damage or to blow it up. Try to stun them to. You can also run into bushes and hide then start your shield. Next run out and blow it up on them to get a small edge on them.
If you want to farm just activate shield run into the middle of the guys and blow it up. Then kill any stragglers.
His Attack speed maxes out.
Lifesteal:25% Not including ultimate
Health:2475 That is not including kills from ENRAGE
These are the only stats that really matter for this build.
Fighting the Baron
When you fight the Baron you are going want to have your entire team with you. Everybody should be at least level 16. When you start the fight do the same thing you did with the Dragon. Make sure you attack first of everybody and with luck will be attacked the whole time. I f an ally is being attacked then you should instead do your ultimate when they hit 1/2 of their health.
Remember the key to this build is hero kills. That is what all this leads up to. So get kills, but also play safe and don't die.