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Sejuani-AP Fighter-Doing it up Bronze Style (Update 7.5)
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Threats & Synergies
You can leave him be in his jungle but you have to try and out-farm him. If you really choose to, you can try and harass him early but be careful and never stay in his jungle for too long, he always seems to have back-up.
Do not confront alone after he reaches level 6, no matter how fed you are.
Don't think you can, because you can't.
I mean you can try and take her on but never in her jungle, always get to the marked camp before them. If you catch them stealing your camps, ping a team-mate and smite the camp before she can. You can get around the map as quickly as she can, plus if they are ganking a lane near you, always go and defend it. Warning, a good Kindred is a deadly Kindred.
You can argue with me all you like but if you play correctly, you can easily pound a Rengar early game. Ask your bot/top lane to ward red before jungle camps spawn so you can catch him out if he tries to steal it after he gets his first camp. Late game team fights, try to stop him from flattening your adc.
I am not gonna lie, I started League just less than a year ago after hearing so much about it from the guys I played with on Vainglory(which I had been playing for just over a year before transferring over to League) and I found it difficult to get used to the jungle alone(on Vainglory, your support runs around with you in the jungle). I found out quickly that being a supp is difficult because of all of the flaming adc that you get paired with and that I shouldn't play top lane because I am Nasus by nature, I feel safe doing what I am doing on my island and the rest of my team are all out to get me so I never want to leave. Shortly after I reached level 30, I didn't bother with ranked after 2 of my placements as I noticed that I am not Dyrus, I cannot run get 3-5 kills within 5 minutes and carry the game from it so I stayed in normals, playing draft(because blind is full of toxic noobs who know less about what they are doing than I do) and of-course, I met my Queen of the North, Sejuani. Since then I have played many games with her and I now feel safe with Bristle in the Jungle.
I just realized that I ramble a lot so please forgive me if I keep doing doing it, I can't help it and enjoy the guide.
- Good kill securing potential
- Good mobility for ganking and counter-ganking/jungling (Q ability)
- INSANE CC
- Can deal insane damage
- Does not fall off hard if she falls behind early (just keep farming, you will be fine)
- Everyone underestimates her early-mid game damage and will have learnt their lesson in the late game
- Good jungle clear
- Can completely flip fights with a well placed ultimate
- Puts off opposing damage dealers during team fights
- Great scaling
- Has no defense against ap jugnlers
- Hopeless against a good invade/counter-jungle
- Makes the "pop" sound when caught out in a team fight (Warning: A clean pop can be followed by hot flames and can generate extreme salt levels)
- If your team thought you were going tank because you went Sejuani, this can lead to a gradual rise in flame as they feed their their rear-ends to their opposing laners (Symptoms usually are shown by Ezreal mains, Syndra mains and occasionally Draven mains (but you don't find those in bronze, you have to be good to play Draven, this is bronze we are talking about))
Smite is a must for jungling. If you didn't know that, get off my bronze guide, you don't deserve to be here (just kidding, please don't leave me).
Ghost is alright I guess, it is not my preferred option for Sejuani as speed is not what she needs, especially as the speed boost has to build up over time, this can hinder your hopes and dreams.
All other summoners are a no as they are really not needed, take Cleanse and I will hunt you down myself.
Skirmisher's Sabre - Runic Echoes - Rush
Boots - It is questionable whether you should buy this while building skirmisher's blade but finishing the blade will give you increased movement speed anyway but it is your choice
Rod of Ages - Always second as it will give you that slight early game tankiness that all fighters need
Liandry's Anguish - This isup to you whether you build this before you finish building your boots, does not exactly matter
Finish your boots - Unless you already have and then finish building Liandry's Anguish
If you are ahead then build Abyssal Mask but if you are behind, build the appropriate defence item that counters the enemy team first.
Additional note - You can replace Abyssal Maskwith either a greed item or an additional defence item, I just find myself needing this a lot with all of the bursty mages around and my team never builds enough magic resistance.
Ionian Boots of Lucidity - As the build lacks serious cooldown reduction, this is always a good item. It is not needed if you build Liandry's Anguish and Zhonya's Hourglass in the same build
Sorcerer's Shoes - Are required if you are wanting to focus down tanks or play against ad champions who have build magic resistance items
Boots of Swiftness - Not usually needed, the option is there if you keep fniding yourself being outrun by other champions (this never happens as it is almost impossible for that unless you get outplayed)
Mercury's Treads - Is only there if you are against an ap heavy team but that is very rare in the current meta
2: Don't start fights that you know you can't win
3: Don't join fights that you know you can't win
4: Don't think you are NightBlue3, you are not, do not copy him! This will only end badly
5: Feed Bristle his lunch, he is very hungry, if he is full, feed him more
6: Enjoy and don't give my queen a bad name, I will know and I will beat you down with my Bronze III Badge (Trust me, it hits hard, misses nearly all skill-shots and cancels all needed AA but when it hits, you know)
7: Don't forget to regularly update your enemy jungler on how bad he is and that he is being beaten by a bronze player, regardless whether he is bronze or not or if you are being beaten by him. It is good for the soul
I hope you find this guide helpful, any kind of feedback will be greatly appreciated and taken under great consideration. I will be making another guide soon, maybe on a tank Sejuani guide or I might try and make a lot of decent, off-meta guides that work in Bronze/Silver. I don't know yet but it is very tempting(I have a few that I use and they are fun :P Example: full AD/bruiser Singed). In any case, comment and rate, I wanna know how bad I have done.