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Thresh Build Guide by Darkoey

[13.12] Thresh Guide - The Playmaker

[13.12] Thresh Guide - The Playmaker

Updated on June 28, 2023
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Glacial Augment
Hextech Flashtraption
Biscuit Delivery
Cosmic Insight

Bone Plating

+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+6 Armor


LoL Summoner Spell: Flash


LoL Summoner Spell: Ignite


Threats & Synergies

Threats Synergies
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Pros & Cons


► Very Tanky
► Lots of playmaking options
► Very aggressive lane bully
► Can make or break team fights
► Brings a lot of cc for the team
► Ranged support with good damage
► One of the most fun/strongest supports


- Skillshot reliant
- Takes a lot of practice
Summoner Spells

Good against healing champions (Nami,sona,soraka,etc) it can also allow for stronger roaming capability and more success when you all-in.

Not common on thresh, because his kit provides enough cc. I only bring exhaust if enemy team has 3+ assasins.

Tips and Tricks

Level 2 All-in:

Any bot lane can benefit greatly from this. Being level 2 against level 1 practically ensures a kill or enemy Flash. The third melee minion on the second wave is where you get to level 2 bot lane (presuming you received all the exp from the first wave). To achieve the level advantage, the strategy is to assist your adc in killing these three melee minions. Thresh should begin approaching the opposing laners when the third melee minion has roughly 50% health left in order to flay or Flash + flay into a death sentence. This will lead to a kill or, at least the opponent’s wasting summoner spells.


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Throughout the entire game, team fighting as support typically stays the same. You always have to choose between peeling your carry/carries, starting fights, or both in some uncommon circumstances. As Thresh, your role is more likely to include peeling than engaging, don’t get confused. You are effectively carrying out your duties as long as you withdraw after the initial Death Sentence and avoid front lining.
Final Thoughts

Thresh is a versatile support champion with a lot of playmaking potential, but mastering him takes practice. It’s important to choose the right runes and build to maximize his potential, with recommended items including Pauldrons of Whiterock, Shurelya’s Battlesong, Ionian Boots of Lucidity, and Zeke’s Convergence. Utilizing the tips and tricks on my website such as level 2 all-ins, proper warding, and smart roaming can help improve your Thresh gameplay and hopefully win you some lp!

In-Depth Guide

Check out this Thresh Guide on my website, where I go more in-depth.

Highly Inspired by T1 Keria.

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