Win 49.5% • Pick 1.9% • Ban 1.5%
Conqueror Nasus Top
Win 59.3% • Default build
Nasus Spell Book Top
Win 56.5% • Default build
Nasus Grasp Top
Win 57.7% • Default build
Best runes for the selected Nasus build:
Items vs heavy AP team
Items vs heavy AD team
Nasus's Soul Eater permanently grants him 12 / 18 / 24% bonus life steal which scales based on his current level.
Nasus's next basic attack has bonus range and damage. If Siphoning Strike kills its target, Nasus permanently gains stacks which increase Siphoning Strike's damage.
Nasus slows and cripples a target enemy champion. Both the slow and the cripple increase over the duration of Wither.
Nasus places a circle of spirit flame at the target location, dealing damage to enemies in the area. The flame remains for 5 seconds dealing additional damage and reducing armor.
Nasus gains bonus attack range, health and resistances for 15 seconds. While empowered, he deals damage to enemies around him each second and Siphoning Strike's cooldown is reduced by 50%.
For short trades, back off after using Q.
Best used at low level when fighting in allied minions for a short trade. Back off after using W to slow the enemy down. Take note that this combo uses a lot of mana.
Use your Q to cancel the E animation.
mean a lot for Nasus, but surviving the laning phase is more important. Be prepared to give up a few stacks
in order to keep your health bar topped up.
As Nasus isn’t very strong in the early game, try and avoid fighting. If you get killed early on or blow Flash, you’ll be vulnerable and will fall behind.
Nasus is a late-game monster and should look to split push during the mid and late game. But, if your team needs you in team fights, be prepared to group and help your team.
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