Hey there armies! Mr. Frog here back with another Wild Rift hero spotlight. Wild Rift is the mobile version of the very famous pc game by Riot Games. The skills-and-strats 5v5 MOBA experience of League of Legends. With fresh controls and fast-paced games, players of every level can team up with friends, lock in their champion, and go for the big plays.
This time featuring Nasus, the curator of sands. Nasus is an imposing, jackal-headed Ascended being from ancient Shurima, a heroic figure regarded as a demigod by the people of the desert.
This champion is normally played on the baron lane. The Baron Lane is a solo lane, which means only one player will farm there. Usually, fighters or tanks are the ones responsible for farming there, since they can withstand ganks and do well in 2v1 scenarios.
Trick is to get as many stacks as you can in the early game. Level up Siphoning Strike at level 1, and then you will continue leveling Siphoning Strike until its maxed. After that, you can start leveling up Spirit Fire followed by Wither. His passive is Soul Eater where you can gain 12% physical Vamp. Trinity Force, Dead Man’s Plate and Spirit Visage are the core items. As for boots, you can choose between plated steel caps or boots of swiftness with glorious enchant. Last hit is the name of the game for this hero. Once you get enough stacks (around 200), you can start joining team fights. My favorite move is using my ultimate then sprinting or using flash to go in the middle of the fight. Fury of the sands provides increased HP, armor, magic resist and immolation that deals % damage according to opponents hp. It also reduces the cooldown of siphoning strike to half, so you can just go in and chase people around and whacking their heads with your staff. Just don’t get kited around too much until your ultimate fades, you become squishy once you go back to normal. Did I mention that Nasus is also an excellent turret pusher? Siphoning strike also affects buildings and if you are stacked well enough you could just choose to split push to create space for your team mates. Overall Nasus is a very easy champion to play. If you are ok with farming in the early game and want to run down in the late game and be able to one-shot any champion then Nasus is the best champion for you.
Stay tuned for more hero spotlight. Come play with me together with hubient and let’s conquer the ladder.
Which champion should I try next? A mid hero perhaps? We’ll see on the next stream. Again, my name is Mr. Frog, catch you on the next one.