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Tryndamere Build Guide by xSilentkill69

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League of Legends Build Guide Author xSilentkill69

Tryndamere - The Crit Monster

xSilentkill69 Last updated on June 26, 2013
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Ability Sequence

2
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14
Ability Key Q
4
7
12
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18
Ability Key W
1
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9
13
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Ability Key E
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Ability Key R





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.



Masteries

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Executioner
 
 

Offense: 21

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Honor Guard
 
 

Defense: 9

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pickpocket
Intelligence
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nimble
 
 

Utility: 0


More Informations

Tryndamere is one of the most powerful champions during the late game due to his ability to deliver as much damage in as little time as possible, making him a powerhouse in team ganking runs. As a DPS carry, he can deliver massive amounts of critical damage very quickly. He is easy to learn and play but quite hard to master. He’s solid in the early game as he has self healing and good escape capabilities and an AoE slow skill that doesn’t need Mana, making him good for laning.

The early parts of the game may be difficult since you don’t have lifesteal yet and your critical rating is still quite low, so charging up your self healing will depend on last hits. You can do well against harassments though since your passive skill increases your critical rating by a huge margin when you’re dangerously low on health. This gives you some extra precious seconds to lane a bit more before you’re forced to move back, which means more gold and exp but also that you need to be very cautious while doing that.

Just like Garen, you have a spinning attack as well that is great for farming and delivering damage to enemies. Unlike Garen though, you’re not a decent enough tank in the early game, so you have to be careful while laning during that time. Spinning Slash does let you go through walls, so it may be a good way to avoid a ganking by spinning through obstacles.

By the mid game, you’ll be a force to be reckoned with. You’re now a threat to every non-tank champion against you, even without any lifesteal. You can also jungle well with your high critical damage and self healing. In team fights, you’ll be one of the biggest threats in the field, but you have to avoid tanks as they can take your criticals well, keep you from getting to any of their squishier teammates, and get you killed. When your ultimate skill is in cooldown, resume farming and get those items.

Take note that since all of your attacks are physical, you’re very susceptible to blinds and exhausts. You also have to avoid champions wearing Thornmail as you’ll hurt yourself a lot in the process. That’s why you may have to think twice before you pick Tryndamere against a team that may pick Teemo or Heimerdinger.

He also possesses a physical debuff in Mocking Shout as he is able to cut down 100 attack damage from everyone caught in the area of effect, which greatly lowers their ability to do damage. If you couple it with something that debuffs attack speed like Frozen Heart or Malphite’s Ground Slam, you can render the enemy team almost useless in DPS.

As long as things are going smoothly, you should be on your way to getting an Infinity Edge in the late game. Despite being higher in level and with more items, you’re still a glass cannon at best. You can go berserk for a few seconds, then you’ll have to decide whether to finish the job or retreat to fight another time. While you have AoE capabilities, you’re still a single target DPS champion that should go after the weakest and slowest of targets to make the other team more frustrated and panicking throughout the game.

A very obvious weakness of Tryndamere is not only because he is a purely physical champion, but also because he is very dependent on items. True to his double-edged nature, he’s a gamble for the player. If the game is not going very well for your team, you will suffer as you barely get enough gold to get those items. While you’re still able to push decently, you may not get the best items that you’d want. In this case, only the most adaptive and resilient of players can manage to pull through such a scenario. But then again, Tryndamere does require very skilled players to handle him right as he depends on timing and good mechanics to be played right.

Despite this call for superior skill, this champion is definitely for those who play aggressively as offense is Tryndamere’s best defense. For those who are looking for a more defensively sound champion, Tryndamere should not be picked as he only benefits from being played with perhaps a bit of reckless abandon. That is actually what makes him a higher tier champion.
The early parts of the game may be difficult since you don’t have lifesteal yet and your critical rating is still quite low, so charging up your self healing will depend on last hits. You can do well against harassments though since your passive skill increases your critical rating by a huge margin when you’re dangerously low on health. This gives you some extra precious seconds to lane a bit more before you’re forced to move back, which means more gold and exp but also that you need to be very cautious while doing that.

Just like Garen, you have a spinning attack as well that is great for farming and delivering damage to enemies. Unlike Garen though, you’re not a decent enough tank in the early game, so you have to be careful while laning during that time. Spinning Slash does let you go through walls, so it may be a good way to avoid a ganking by spinning through obstacles.

By the mid game, you’ll be a force to be reckoned with. You’re now a threat to every non-tank champion against you, even without any lifesteal. You can also jungle well with your high critical damage and self healing. In team fights, you’ll be one of the biggest threats in the field, but you have to avoid tanks as they can take your criticals well, keep you from getting to any of their squishier teammates, and get you killed. When your ultimate skill is in cooldown, resume farming and get those items.

Take note that since all of your attacks are physical, you’re very susceptible to blinds and exhausts. You also have to avoid champions wearing Thornmail as you’ll hurt yourself a lot in the process. That’s why you may have to think twice before you pick Tryndamere against a team that may pick Teemo or Heimerdinger.

He also possesses a physical debuff in Mocking Shout as he is able to cut down 100 attack damage from everyone caught in the area of effect, which greatly lowers their ability to do damage. If you couple it with something that debuffs attack speed like Frozen Heart or Malphite’s Ground Slam, you can render the enemy team almost useless in DPS.

As long as things are going smoothly, you should be on your way to getting an Infinity Edge in the late game. Despite being higher in level and with more items, you’re still a glass cannon at best. You can go berserk for a few seconds, then you’ll have to decide whether to finish the job or retreat to fight another time. While you have AoE capabilities, you’re still a single target DPS champion that should go after the weakest and slowest of targets to make the other team more frustrated and panicking throughout the game.

A very obvious weakness of Tryndamere is not only because he is a purely physical champion, but also because he is very dependent on items. True to his double-edged nature, he’s a gamble for the player. If the game is not going very well for your team, you will suffer as you barely get enough gold to get those items. While you’re still able to push decently, you may not get the best items that you’d want. In this case, only the most adaptive and resilient of players can manage to pull through such a scenario. But then again, Tryndamere does require very skilled players to handle him right as he depends on timing and good mechanics to be played right.

Despite this call for superior skill, this champion is definitely for those who play aggressively as offense is Tryndamere’s best defense. For those who are looking for a more defensively sound champion, Tryndamere should not be picked as he only benefits from being played with perhaps a bit of reckless abandon. That is actually what makes him a higher tier champion.






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