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Lee Sin Build Guide by Tauricus2017

Support Support Utility Lee Sin #waitsupport?

By Tauricus2017 | Updated on September 27, 2020
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  • LoL Champion: Lee Sin
    Tanky Support
  • LoL Champion: Lee Sin
    Enchanter Lee Sin

Runes: Standard

1 2 3 4
Shield Bash

Sudden Impact
Ingenious Hunter

+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


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Champion Build Guide

Support Utility Lee Sin #waitsupport?

By Tauricus2017
Hello everyone. My name is Tauricus and let me introduce you my second #waitsupport guide - support utility Lee Sin guide! The guide is aimed at utility, tankiness and enchanter-iness. The main reason why Lee Sin isn't played as a support is because He is a jungler . Seriously - People are so used playing him as a support that they don't see What is right in front of them - Support Lee Sin. He has got shielding ability in form of Safeguard, Hook or knockback ability in form of Dragon's Rage, a true sight ability in form of Tempest and Sonic Wave and a slow ability in form of Cripple. That's a lot of utility. And now combine all of that with empowering your Safeguard through various of ways like Revitalize, Redemption or Ardent Censer, with bonus shields (also empowered by that) using Guardian and Locket of the Iron Solari and active abilities applying strong effects Mikael's Crucible or Redemption and warding item Eye of the Aspect that makes your Safeguard even better. You can even add more slows and slowing zones If you use a Glacial Augment path. Isn't that a good support champion? Well maybe not but I had fun using it so worth a try, right?
Tips and tricks Back to Top
  • Chill ---- Raging Lee Sin player will NEVER be as good as chilling one. Also don't be toxic and rather enjoy the game. If you will flame your ADC for every CS he/she missed you will never have as good time as you would If you would try to encourage her/him instead. So jump into the game type 'GLHF <3' in the very start, be positive, don't rage, say 'sorry' If you do a mistake, don't report players that are nice but feed,be cooperative, type 'GGWP' as you win/lose - It is only a game so Who cares If you win or lose as long as you have fun you are always a winner!!.
  • Warding is key to victory. So make sure you are constantly warding and upgrading Warding Totem into Oracle Lens once your support item quest is completed.
  • Try to use Glacial Augment freeze ray from multiple angels or on mutiple enemies so you unleash it's full potential.
  • Learn some combos that Lee sin can use. I am not skilled enough to teach them however @Vapora Dark definitly is - check his cool guide out and do vote +1 because that is a lot of work!
  • Make sure you are utilizing Flurry as much as possible. Mainly when pushing the tower it is worth casting Tempest > 2x AA > Cripple > 2x AA > Safeguard > 2x AA.....
  • Use Safeguard to dodge strong skillshots like Zenith Blade or Death Sentence
  • Make sure you are always close to your ADC so Guardian can proc.
In Game Back to Top
The early game is always different for Lee Sin and so you have to play differently too based on situation:
  • You are playing against ranged support like Soraka, Nami or Zyra. Try not getting hit by their auto attacks and their spells othervise you lose HP pretty quickly and you give them money from Spellthief's Edge. Those supports are most of times very bad at 1v1 so try to catch them mispositioned (most likely when they go deep into river to destroy your control wards) and kill them. In teamfights you want to focus those supports and Dragon's Rage them into your team.
  • You are playing against melee supports like Alistar, Leona or Thresh. When laning against them your main job is protecting your ADC. Make sure you dodge their strong effect skillshots and Safeguard your ADC whenever he/she gets hit by them. Also do not try to focus them. Focus their ADC instead and soon you will find out that it is much easier to do.
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Support Utility Lee Sin #waitsupport?
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