Hello Armies. This is Mr. Frog HUBient and today we are here to give you another Smite God Spotlight. And today we’re going to feature The Goddess of Victory. A Warrior of the Greek pantheon in Smite. Nike
Nike is a very underplayed Warrior, probably because she’s difficult to be good with. Compared to Chaac, Odin and others, Nike falls on the shorter end of Warriors. But that doesn’t mean she’s bad. You’re doing everything wrong, I swear. Although Nike’s abilities aren’t that damaging, she does have an AoE Basic. Building Nike should be based around this fact. If you are in solo lane, you will want to purchase both green potions. Solo laning players should keep 5 stalks of green potions around and you will get the chalice of health instead.
Plan of Action is a good strategy to use early in the game. Rend can be used to harass enemy troops and effectively clear the waves. To really cause damage, make sure you do your melee work while Rend’s protection shred activates. To avoid your damage being reduced, dodge enemy CC during Rend. If you are unable to do so, bait the CC before Rend. It’s your turn to shine once the team fights have started in the middle game. Assess whether you are the primary engagement for your team. You will be the Sentinel to Zeus and all eyes will be on you. Those two extra seconds that you could have waited for your team’s assembly behind you could make the difference between life or death.
No matter what role you play, offensive or defensive, you will most likely be doing some of both. Your primary role as a warrior will be to disrupt, contain and protect. Because you have at least two to three other teammates on the same plan, you are not there to kill every enemy. Engage, disrupt the enemy’s back line, prevent them from moving on your back line and then peel them off when they do.
Overall, Nike does a lot of crowd control even without Frost Hammer. Her ult slows and she can knock-up. This allows her to influence every battle she participates in. She also gets a ridiculous shield that comes with her slow, so it is unlikely she will be putting herself in danger. Plan of Action gives HP5 for just having it. She comes with lane survival ability and is a very risky force. The Stone of Gaia can also be used on her to make her stronger, but it’s not essential. She does a lot of damage and can even deal damage to her entire team for doing well. In exchange for working hard on her foes, she gets a maximum of 12 percent Power. She is a true threat to everyone she meets, and she deserves the gold medal in beatdowns.
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