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Sejuani Build Guide by Simphoria
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Runes: Primary Rune Option
+10% Attack Speed
+10% Attack Speed
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Threats & Synergies
He doesn't kill you, you don't kill him. Be careful of his ability to counter jungle.
She's strong early game but it is difficult for her to combo us as our passive outlasts her burst duration. She'll out roam you early and be able to get RH easily but you out scale her hard.
Like Elise, she has difficulty bursting you early. Unlike Elise however, her early game is weaker. She rarely counter jungles and all around is not much of a threat. Just be careful of her ability to snowball as that can win games.
I rarely see Fiddle but when I do its automatically a Merc Treads game. He can counter gank well but usually sticks to his own jungle.
He is very mobile early, clears well and healthy, and even scales well too. He is very similar to Sej and often comes down to a skill matchup.
Scales decent, has quick and healthy clears. He can't really kill us but he can counter very well. Like Eve, be careful of his snowballing potential.
His initial clear is weak and often likes to full clear. He spikes like us at 6, looking to gank when he can. Both provide AoE and damage so just be careful of his snowball. He will eventually out damage you but he'll never kill you quickly.
He's more annoying than anything. He counter jungles well, can gank well, counter gank well, and his bushes can make landing our E difficult. He's an enchanter so don't be afraid to roam around as he can't punish us, but know that he is made to support someone, so he may not be alone when he appears to be.
Ganks well, clears okay, scales well; J4 is all around a good jungler. While he doesn't counter us in any particular instance, he is strong. Remember that your Q can cancel his EQ combo, heavily neutralizing his power.
Rarely see him anymore. He can gank well and farm well, scales great too. The thing with Jax is that later he will start to split push and heavy engage counter splitting. He can duel us earlier (though not quickly) but isn't too big of an issue.
Karthus himself won't typically kill us, but he loves to power farm. To prevent Karthus from scaling you have to invade his jungle often. Steal camps and try to abuse the fact he's squishy. Unfortunately, Sejuani is not good at either of these. Karthus also scales really well. While he isn't a direct threat to us, Sej cannot abuse Karthus' weaknesses very well. The only advantage is the ability to pick or engage once 6, as our team can easily burst him when he's stunned.
Farms hard and often. Cannot duel us at all early, our Q can cancel his E or can be used to follow his Q. There's really nothing to be concerned about with Kayn other than the threat of being counter jungled. If he goes Shadow Assassin he cannot do anything to us (unless extremely ahead) and Rhaast is annoying but manageable.
If played well, his W can pop out passive and he can Q us afterwards. His E can follow our Q so escaping can be difficult. I'd suggest Qing sooner rather than later and you should be fine. He can counter jungle a bit but again, due to our passive, it is difficult for any assassin to burst us.
I don't see her much, but she can be a pain. With red buff she kites you well, her Q can follow our Q and it's difficult to combo her without her ult going off. If you're in the ult and your E is stacking, get four stacks and stun after her ult is done.
He will out gank us but we can counter his. He isn't a great farmer, won't counter jungle too severely and we out scale him. His Q cannot out last our passive. Remember that the second part of his Q can be interrupted by our Q and if you need to flee, then save your Q until after his Q has landed.
Obviously his snowball potential is high but I will specifically pick Sejuani into this matchup. He lacks any ability to avoid our CC (except during Alpha strike) and his biggest counter is CC. When he is in the game, wait for him to alpha strike the back line, Q + W him. Once you get your E up he will be dead. He'll farm a lot during the game but his ganks or bumping into him in the river is not to be feared.
This must be the matchup I bump into least nowadays but anyone who plays Nidalee is probably maining her. High mobility early makes it dangerous for us as she can effortlessly follow our Q. Her spear will take our passive off then she can pounce to us afterwards. She snowballs well, can counter jungle okay, gank well, and has high sustain. This is a matchup that you gotta be on your toes for, but the challenge is not overwhelming, it's fun.
Alright so as of S10 this guy is definitely one of the strongest junglers. Good duelist, strong clear, good sustain, big snowballer, has a spell shield, you really gotta be careful. If the Nocturne is not good, then timing your abilities around his spell shield or out ganking him is fine. But if the Nocturne is good, his clear speed can easily make a cs/level difference, his kit makes you dueling him impossible and while you can Q away, he is definitely troublesome. Try to be active with ganking but be very aware of your pathing. A few bad ganks or wasted time can send you down a slippery slope.
Nunu & Willump
Honestly, he's just annoying. He can clear fast and health, counter jungle well, gank often, has a bunch of slows, do drags very fast and early. He's basically a better version of us early game which makes it difficult to play around. We do out scale him but my advice is to not leave your buffs alive for very long, ward dragons early and try to be proactive with your ganks.
As of S10 this guy is just bonkers. His variety in pathing, ability to duel, to gank, to secure objectives, mind boggling. I don't even know where to start. Early game, he may full clear or he may gank at level 2. He can't really kill us since we can Q away, but if he shows up in river he will have priority. He can counter jungle us fine and can gank well too. If you do duel him, try to save your stun for when he's lower as that's when he does more damage. Once level 6, don't even bother because his ult negates basically our entire kit. He is very troublesome throughout the whole game.
He ganks, he rolls, he ganks, he rolls. He farms, ok? He ganks well, and he doesn't do neutrals. I'm not sure what to say. You won't even duel him, you won't really need to cc him in fights, its just like, jungling against a bot that's set to perma gank. Idk, not much to really say here.
Strong early, like, very strong. Her level 3 will literally devour you so please be very very careful when ganking early. It never ceases to amaze me how much damage she can do. She AAs our passive away and bites Bristle's ass for 25% of our hp, its ridiculous. She farms better and ganks better. Often she starts red, does the red side clear for lvl 3 then ganks. If you start blue side and do it all for level 3 then you can counter her. Basically, don't lose the early game too much and you outscale. You can counter gank her, but be very careful when roaming river for scuttle or walking into a bush for a gank. She does a lot of damage and her E can follow our Q.
Its like any other assassin. Clear a bit, gank. Our passive can protect us from his initial burst. He is a bit trickier than others because we have to watch where we Q. If we Q anywhere near a bush he will just jump to us or if we use our E when he has 5 stacks then he will empower W to break it. Other than that, he's not much different than any other assassin. Late game when he ults, hover around your backline and the moment you see him dash in or if you can see him in the sweeper, then Q him.
More of a pain than anything. He will often try to take your buff so be aware of that. He can clear fast and gank often. Likes to do drag at lvl 6 and often times will split push as the game progresses. His deceive can follow your Q so be careful about getting too close to him, but unless he's fed he won't usually kill us. Late game, be confident in your engages and engage often.
Basically, she's a scarier version of Mundo. She will almost always do Drags early. She'll want to counter you often. With red buff she'll fearlessly walk into your jungle. She should either try to create a level gap like Nocturne or secure neutrals. You can out gank her and before her ult she shouldn't kill you as your Q cannot be followed. In team fights, CC her and peel for your back line if they're strong.
He doesn't particularly counter us or anything but he's a strong jungler. He can out duel you so be careful when contesting scuttle. He can gank well, pick well, and secure neutrals. You really shouldn't be dying to him early and without tiamat he can't farm well, which means your early game isn't punished too heavily. Just be aware than if he's near you, his Q can follow your Q. Safer to Q away before he gets close. Also, if he is Eing, then save your E for afterwards.
He's not really a threat but I absolutely dislike this matchup. He can out gank us, out farm us, remains healthier, can engage like us (though a bit worse), team fight well, is tanky with a nice chunk of damage, he is almost like a better version of us. I always feel like I am behind when I play against him. I like the challenge but man it feels like I am playing against a champion like mine but who is just better overall. There's not much counter play so it can be annoying. Best advice is to gank often and engage in fights when you can as that's the only aspect you have a clear advantage for. Even though he's not a "threat", he is definitely one of my least liked matchups.
Unlike Olaf, Xin is much more balanced but he is a big counter. Sej is a champ that has a weak early but strong late and Xin is the opposite of that. He bumps out consistent damage so our passive doesn't really negate as much like Vs Assassins. He has a knockup, he can follow our Q with his E, (be careful that he may ward over a wall if you dash into fog) and he has a slow. There is never a time we can out duel him. He can out gank and counter gank us easily. He is usually very healthy when he clears and he will have no problem walking into your jungle looking for either camps or you. You basically play the first 15min in fear and try to safely gank and scale.
Any melee support works with Sej but Braum's CC, especially with his ult, works really well. Save your E after Braum stuns his target and its usually a free kill.
Essentially, any melee goes well with Sej to get her passive off easier, but since Camille can stack it quickly, its very handy. She can engage and also use her ult to trap them, allowing us to CC easier. She snowballs well too so try to help her out if you can.
Similar to Camille. A snowbally, melee champion who can stack our E quickly.
Melee. Lots of ability to help this little fish and make him snowball hard.
CC on CC on CC on CC. Literally, it's just an insane amount of individual lock down if the CC is layered properly. Bonus that Leona is particularly strong right now.
Melee that is well worth camping. Morde is one of the strongest champs in the game right now and camping him is usually an easy kill.
Champion Build Guide
+ Great Engage
+ Great Peel
- Weak Early Game
- Unhealthy and slow initial clear
- Cannot solo dragon early