What's going on, Stuke here again for another guide. This guide will be focused on the True Pharaoh of Egypt, but now the Benevolent King of the Afterlife, Osiris.
Note: you don't have to follow this guide to the smallest detail, these are suggestions on how to play Osiris. I encourage you to look at the comment section below and see other suggestions.
Ymir’s Ice Wall or Odin’s Ring of Spears.
Osiris is one of the best auto-attack boxers, in the warrior category, for his ability to take punches like a champ and keep fighting. Utilizing his hit chain and abilities to shift the fight into your favor in the long run. With, Osiris must have an Auto-Attack build as that's the only way to properly play him.
While jungle is similar, you might want to invest more into movement speed items as his mobility is low to properly jungle.
If you're going for an early invade, make sure that you can invade without risking your life in the process. Some match ups are good to invade on like, for example, Ra and Bastet as they don't have much early game power especially at level 1. If you're going to invade, put a point in Sickle Strike for the slow. If not, put a point in Spirit Flail as that is your clear and poking ability.
- Power of the String.
When starting a fight, make sure you get some opponents in the range and kept there to reduce any damage and for the stun if they're foolish enough to keep fighting you.
- Spam the kit.
Use your abilities like a mad man in the jungle camps or in the lane, as when you start to fight your lane opponent you don't take as much damage as you should be. Plus, your passive will help with boxing to reduce damage.
In conclusion, Osiris is a wonky AA based bruiser with abilities that makes it easier to kill your opponent from the utility than the damage itself. A god mainly used as a counter to other physical ADC's or magical healers but can hold his own against other gods. Hopefully this guide is very helpful and allows you to use the powers given by the God of the Afterlife.
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