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Rek'Sai Build Guide by SnakeTastic

Top Rek'Sai Top - Fear the Tanky Queen

Top Rek'Sai Top - Fear the Tanky Queen

Updated on November 11, 2020
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Runes: Passive

1 2
Resolve
Grasp of the Undying
Demolish
Bone Plating
Overgrowth

Domination
Cheap Shot
Ultimate Hunter
Bonus:

+10% Attack Speed
+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+6 Armor

Spells:

always
LoL Summoner Spell: Flash

Flash

LoL Summoner Spell: Ignite

Ignite

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Jungle Role
Ranked #21 in
Jungle Role
Win 52%
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Jungle Role Ranked #21 in
Jungle Role
Win 52%
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Champion Build Guide

Rek'Sai Top - Fear the Tanky Queen

By SnakeTastic
Intro (info)
hi im SnakeTastic,welcome to my guide for top Rek Sai (this guide will be constantly updated when i have time)
Pros
Good waveclear

no one knows how to deal with it

Great Early to mid game

high outplay potential

nobody expects it
Cons
Falls off in late game

You could get flamed for it

sucks when fighting against multiple enemies at once
Early Game
In the early reksai is pretty good because of her good 1v1 potential and because she doesnt get played much no one knows how to deal with her
Mid Game
In the mid game Reksai is still pretty good but if you have a hard matchup just farm safely with your Q while you are borrowed
Late Game
sooo ur in the late game probably around 35 minutes sooo ur mostly should stay with your team and try to tank a bit and initiate in team fights
why tf should you go reksai top
reksai is surprisingly decent in her early she has rly good dueling especially with Hail Of Blades and in the late reksai is pretty tanky,also playing this in ranked isnt recommended also u probably shouldnt listen to me cuz iam a iron 3 lol
How To start playing this shit
so you want to start playing this ? okay before you do that ask yourself 2 questions
1.Do you like off meta picks
2.Do you like to Annoy the Fu out of your enemies?

if you answered Yes to both of those questions THEN you can start playing Reksai top


so i will show you how to play reksai top


https://youtu.be/ux8EIxftAz4 Here ya go (Credits to Slimzzy :3 )
Filler lore
The largest and fiercest of her species, Rek'Sai is a merciless predator that tunnels through the earth to ambush and devour her prey. Her insatiable hunger has laid waste to entire regions of the once-great Shuriman empire. Merchants, traders and armed caravans will go hundreds of miles out of their way to avoid these vast areas, though cunning bandits have been known to lure the unwary into her killing grounds. Once Rek'Sai detects you, your fate is sealed. There is no hope of escape; she is death from below the sand.
ix boys and a camel, and the boys were cheaper to replace. Some were orphans and escaped slaves, but most were off casts — teenagers abandoned by families too poor to keep them. When Shahib offered him the work, Jaheje hadn’t eaten in days.

Only the desperate would try crossing the Sai Kahleek, but those with any meager possessions bartered for Shahib. Jaheje looked across the cooking fire at the older boy. A few small tufts of facial hair had sprouted on Shahib’s cheeks, and his voice no longer cracked when he spoke. Few boys survived crossing the desert for more than a couple seasons. No one chose to do it after earning any money. No one except Shahib, who had walked the Sai Kahleek for almost ten years.

Shahib whistled and the other boys ran to his side. He showed them how to cut the callouses from their feet.

“Feel each step,” he instructed. “Start with your big toe, then roll outward until your whole foot touches down. Only then do you shift your weight from your rear foot.” He stood and demonstrated how to move with long, silent strides.

“Practice,” he explained. “If the camel walks too slowly, it will reveal our presence. You must be quiet, and you must be swift.”

Jaheje’s feet bled badly the first day; he nearly fainted from the pain. He practiced long after the caravan stopped and the ground cooled. By the fourth day, the pain was so intense, he used a bit of leather to bite down on. Shahib complimented him on his technique.

Shahib laughed as he indicated it to the other boys. “Watch,” he said. “Jaheje is quieter than me. Copy how he moves. Each step as soft as a mouse, each stride as long as a gazelle. Yes, this is how you survive Sai Kahleek.”
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