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To Victory! - Nike Conquest Solo Guide (S6)

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Purchase Order

Recommended Build Notes Replace Berserker's Shield with Spirit Robe lategame and Warrior Tabi with Masamune after you bought Elixir of Speed.

Build Item Berserker's Shield Berserker's Shield
Build Item Warrior Tabi Warrior Tabi
Build Item Blackthorn Hammer Blackthorn Hammer
Build Item Void Shield Void Shield
Build Item Shogun's Kusari Shogun's Kusari
Build Item Hide of the Urchin Hide of the Urchin
Build Item Spirit Robe Spirit Robe
Build Item Masamune Masamune

Starter #1 (Recommended) Notes Pick this start if you feel like you're going to take a lot of damage and will need the extra sustain in lane until your first back.

For more details about this start, check the Builds section of the guide.

Build Item Warrior's Blessing Warrior's Blessing
Build Item Chalice of Healing Chalice of Healing
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Teleport Glyph Teleport Glyph

Starter #2 (Berserker's Rush) Notes Pick this start to rush Berserker's Shield, which allows you to have an excelent sustain in lane. You should get a Chalice of Healing on your first back.

For more details about this start, check the Builds section of the guide.

Build Item Warrior's Blessing Warrior's Blessing
Build Item Round Shield Round Shield
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Teleport Glyph Teleport Glyph

Starter #3 (Pestilence Rush) Notes Pick this start if you're against a powerful healer ( Aphrodite, Hel) and need to rush anti-heal. You should get a Chalice of Healing on your first back.

For more details about this start, check the Builds section of the guide.

Build Item Warrior's Blessing Warrior's Blessing
Build Item Talisman Talisman
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Teleport Glyph Teleport Glyph

Starter #4 (Talaria Boots, no Teleport Glyph) Notes Pick this start if you're facing a low pressure opponent and/or if you want to pick a relic more useful than Teleport Glyph.

For more details about this start, check the Builds section of the guide.

Build Item Warrior's Blessing Warrior's Blessing
Build Item Boots Boots
Build Item Chalice of Healing Chalice of Healing
Build Item Magic Shell Magic Shell

Boots Options

Build Item Warrior Tabi Warrior Tabi
Build Item Reinforced Greaves Reinforced Greaves
Build Item Talaria Boots Talaria Boots

Physical Protection Options

Build Item Void Shield Void Shield
Build Item Mystical Mail Mystical Mail
Build Item Breastplate of Valor Breastplate of Valor
Build Item Midgardian Mail Midgardian Mail
Build Item Hide of the Nemean Lion Hide of the Nemean Lion
Build Item Spectral Armor Spectral Armor

Magical Protection Options

Build Item Shogun's Kusari Shogun's Kusari
Build Item Oni Hunter's Garb Oni Hunter's Garb
Build Item Genji's Guard Genji's Guard
Build Item Runic Shield Runic Shield
Build Item Bulwark of Hope Bulwark of Hope
Build Item Pestilence Pestilence

Dual Protection Options

Build Item Hide of the Urchin Hide of the Urchin
Build Item Spirit Robe Spirit Robe
Build Item Gauntlet of Thebes Gauntlet of Thebes
Build Item Mantle of Discord Mantle of Discord

Other Items to Consider

Build Item Berserker's Shield Berserker's Shield
Build Item Blackthorn Hammer Blackthorn Hammer
Build Item Masamune Masamune
Build Item Frostbound Hammer Frostbound Hammer
Build Item Soul Eater Soul Eater

Counter Items

Build Item Winged Blade Winged Blade
Build Item Witchblade Witchblade
Build Item Stone of Gaia Stone of Gaia
Build Item Brawler's Beat Stick Brawler's Beat Stick

Relics to Consider

Build Item Teleport Glyph Teleport Glyph
Build Item Magic Shell Magic Shell
Build Item Heavenly Wings Heavenly Wings
Build Item Horrific Emblem Horrific Emblem
Build Item Shield of Thorns Shield of Thorns
Build Item Phantom Veil Phantom Veil
Build Item Cursed Ankh Cursed Ankh

Consumables

Build Item Chalice of Healing Chalice of Healing
Build Item Ward Ward
Build Item Sentry Ward Sentry Ward
Build Item Elixir of Speed Elixir of Speed
Build Item Elixir of Defense Elixir of Defense
Build Item Potion of Physical Might Potion of Physical Might

Nike's Skill Order

Rend

Rend

1 X
1 4 6 7 10
Plan of Action

Plan of Action

2 A
2 8 11 12 14
Valiant Leap

Valiant Leap

3 B
3 15 16 18 19
Sentinel of Zeus

Sentinel of Zeus

4 Y
5 9 13 17 20
Array ( [major] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [god] => Array ( [god_id] => 94 [display_name] => Achilles [url] => achilles ) [scoreVal] => 2 [notes] => [[Achilles]]' [[Shield of Achilles]] can shut down your [[Plan of Action]]+[[Rend]] combo, so be very careful and only use your combo when you're sure that his ability is on cooldown. ) [1] => Array ( [god] => Array ( [god_id] => 3 [display_name] => Hades [url] => hades ) [scoreVal] => 2 [notes] => [[Hade]]'s [[Shroud of Darkness]] can shut down your [[Plan of Action]]+[[Rend]] combo, so be very careful and only use your combo when you're sure that his ability is on cooldown. Alternatively, you can use [[Magi's Cloak]] to counter his silence, or items like [[Ancile]] and [[Pestilence]] to protect yourself against him. ) ) ) 1

Nike' Threats

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Introduction


Hello everyone! My name is Vini, I'm a casual Smite player, and this is my first guide! I've been playing Smite for around 5 months now, and I think it's finally time for me to contribuite to the community in some way. I'm both excited to share my small knowlege of the game and scared that I'll say something wrong and get downvoted into oblivion by the community :D. Anyway, let's begin.

For my first guide I chose Nike, Goddess of Victory, because she's one of my favorite warriors to play and I want to change the community's perception about her, since the majority of the playerbase thinks that she's boring to play. She's not, I promise :D

"Trust in me, and I will grant you victory!" - Nike

In this guide, I'm going to explore Nike as a solo laner, going through her strengths, weaknesses, abilities, combos, builds, goals as a solo laner and general tips.

I'm not going to cover Conquest general strategies and tactics, since I'm focusing on the goddess' mechanics and specificities. However, if you want a in-depth Conquest guide, you can check Bramuffin's Guide: The Overarching Conquest Guide


WHO IS NIKE?

Nike is an ability-based frontline warrior that can tank lots of damage for her team, while harassing and disrupting the enemy team. Keep in mind that her playstyle is very similar to a support, in a sense that her focus is to take damage, disrupt the enemy and assist her teammates. She's not a goddess that deals a lot of damage or that get a lot of kills like Bellona or Erlang Shen, but she's pretty similar to Amaterasu and Guan Yu.

..... PROS .....

• Great teamfight presence;
To Victory! is arguably the best passive in the game;
Sentinel of Zeus can swing teamfights in your favor and makes you hard to gank during laning phase;
• Cleave autos;
• Good mobility with Valiant Leap, since it allows you to jump over walls.
..... CONS .....

• Long cooldowns;
• All of her kit is dependent of Plan of Action;
• Her main combo can be shut down easily;
• "Lose lane, win game" type of god;
To Victory! only works mid to late game;
• Terrible boxer.


Latest Update
•13/05/2019 - Version 2.0 - Complete overhaul of the recommended build and items to reflect the changes to the Solo meta in S6. Guide updated for Patch 6.5, "Sands and Skies".
Changelog

Abilities



To Victory!
Description: Nike sets three goals that the team can achieve to gain increased strength. Upon completing a goal, Nike's team gains a Laurel that increases Power and Movement Speed. This Laurel can increase up to 3 times.

Overview: Arguably the best passive in the game, To Victory! can boost the power and movement speed of your entire team. However, it needs to be achieved before you gain the benefits, something that only happens mid to late game.

Rend
Description: Nike slams the ground twice, sending out fissures that deal damage. If a target is hit twice, that target loses protections for 5 seconds. If Nike's 'Plan of Action' is active, Rend gains an additional attack. If a target is hit three times, that target is disarmed. Nike is immune to Knockback for the duration.

Overview: Nike's primary source of damage and her clear ability. You'll pair Rend with Plan of Action almost 100% of the time, due to the extra strike and the disarm. But be careful while using it; despite being immune to knockups, you can still be interrupted with stuns and silences.

Plan of Action
Description: Nike draws upon her vast battle experience to plan her next move.
Passive: Nike gains HP5.
Active: Nike's next ability gains bonus damage and a special effect.

Overview: This ability doesn't do anything on its own, despite the passive HP5. Instead, this ability works as a steroid for all other 3 of Nike's abilities. In my experience, the primary use of this ability is in a combo with Rend, to increase your damage output, and when it comes to teamfights you'll want to combo it with Sentinel of Zeus, for the extra shield. I don't recommend to use Plan of Action in a combo with Valiant Leap, except in a case of extreme necessity.

Valiant Leap
Description: Nike leaps into the air, then crashes down at a location dealing damage and knocking up enemies. If Nike's 'Plan of Action' is active, she travels to the location much faster.

Overview: This ability can be used both for offense and escape. If you land straight into the enemy, you will knock them up in the air, locking them in place for a brief moment that can be enough to secure the kill.
You can also use Valiant Leap jump over walls and player-made objects, like Odin's Ring of Spears and Cabrakan's Tectonic Shift.

Sentinel of Zeus
Description: Nike transforms into an armored sentinel and sends out a shockwave that damages and slows enemies around her. While in this form, she gains a percentage of her max health as a shield that lasts for 10 seconds. If Nike's 'Plan of Action' is active, Nike gains an additional 20% shield.

Overview: Aside from To Victory!, this is the strongest part of Nike's kit. During the laning phase, you can use your ultimate to counter an enemy gank, since it grants you extra health and slows enemies. During teamfights, you can use Sentinel of Zeus to dive into the enemy team and apply a slow to all enemies, while becoming extremly hard to kill.

Combos


Small Combos

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Small Combo #1


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Small Combo #2


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Small Combo #3


Big Combos

AA + AA + + AA + AA+
Big Combo #1


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Big Combo #2

Builds


Unlike most Hunters/ADC and Mages/Mid, there isn't a "cookie cutter" build for Warriors/Solo. Solo builds are very game dependent and you have to evaluate a lot of things, like your direct opponent is, who the enemy jungler is, how many physical/magical gods the enemy team has, if they have a lot of CC, if they have AA-based gods or if they have gods with heavy burst, if the enemy ADC is building crit or pen, etc.

To start this section, I'm going to present my favorite build for Nike, the one I use most of the time and have most success with. Then, I'm gonna cover possible starting items, since she has multiple strategies to start her game/build. And finally, I'm gonna go over all of the items I consider viable for her, so you can have a better undestanding and make your own decisions when it comes to building and counter-building.


Recommended Build

Recommended Build


Starting Options

Recommended Start
Recommended Start

Berserker's Rush
Berserker's Rush

Pestilence Rush
Pestilence Rush

Talaria Boots, no Teleport Glyph
Talaria Boots, no Teleport Glyph


Items to Consider

Boots Options
Boots Options

Physical Protection Options
Physical Protection Options

Magical Protection Options
Magical Protection Options

Dual Protection Options
Dual Protection Options

Other Items to Consider
Other Items to Consider

Counter Items
Counter Items

Relics
Relics

Consumables
Consumables

Solo Gameplay



Game Phases

Early Game
Early Game

Mid Game
Mid Game

Late Game
Late Game


Warding

Warding

Conclusion


Well, I guess that was everything I wanted to cover. I'm so happy that I was able to finish this guide, since I had a lot of formatting issues and thought about giving up several times :p. But now it is here! I hope my explanations were clear and the way I formatted the guide makes the navigation smooth and easy to be done.

As always, I'm open to feedback. If you have any comments to do about presentation, builds or any other topic, don't be afraid to leave a comment so we can discuss about it. I want my guide to be as clear and informative as possible.

I also hope that I was able to change your perception about Nike, at least to make you interested in playing her. However, if you're still not convinced, let me show you historical footage of the first Smite player who reached Maestry 10 with her:

ENJOY!

Credits


Branmuffin17 for so many reasons that I can barely list them all: For being the reason I made an account on SmiteFire, for taking his time to help noobs like me with feedback for my terrible builds, for being a role model when it comes to guide structure and presentation, for the invaluable help he provided me with the formatting of this guide (I had a LOT of trouble with tables, but he helped me tremendously), and so on. I honestly can't thank you enough, dude.

SuperTeeds for her Nike guide on YouTube, because it was one of the reasons I chose Nike as one of my solo laners.

Gulfwulf for threatening me on a daily basis to finish this guide. Seriously, I'll have PTSD.

boogiebass, xmysterionz, SkyPirateShini and Kriega1 for always providing feedback to my builds, and specially for the feedback to this guide.

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Kriega1 (72) | May 14, 2019 2:13am
Whats your thoughts on Glad shield if your lane opponent can't interrupt Rend and you want something thats better for teamfights?
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Vini_sds (8) | May 14, 2019 6:14am
Tl;dr: It's not worth it.

When I first started playing Nike, Glad Shield was the first item I used to build on her due to CDR and sustain in lane. But I did some testing back in the day and found out that Glad's passive only procs on the first Rend hit. So I abandoned Glad and went for Soul Eater (which I also already dropped).

Recently I asked fineokay and Deathwalker about both shields (Glad and Berserker's) on Nike.
Deathwalker said that Glad isn't worth it because you can only reliably proc the passive on 2 of her abilities: Rend and Sentinel of Zeus (he said that Valiant Leap is too unpredictable to be considered), and that Berserker's is pretty good on her due to her cleaves.
fineokay, on the other hand, said that Glad is useful on her, because you can proc the passive with all of her abilities, including the bonus damage from Plan of Action. I found it strange and tested it, but it really doesn't proc with Plan of Action. He also said that Berserker's was viable.

So, to answer your question: It doesn't matter if your lane oponnent can interrupt Rend or not, Glad's passive will only proc on the first hit. It doesn't proc on Plan of Action and Valiant Leap can't really be considered. Finally, it procs on Sentinel of Zeus, but for it to be worth, you'd had to hit more than one enemy, something that won't happen that often during the laning phase. And when it comes to teamfights your starter item should already be replaced anyway.

If Nike were like Sun Wukong, Cu Chulainn or King Arthur and could proc it on at least 3 abilities consistently, it would be worth. But that's not the case, so Berserker's is the way to go (and I can't believe I'm saying this lol).
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Kriega1 (72) | May 14, 2019 12:44pm
Oh wow I didn't even know it only procced on the first hit only, that sucks then.
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Branmuffin17 (273) | May 13, 2019 4:17pm
Lookin' good to me, Vini.
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Vini_sds (8) | May 13, 2019 5:11pm
Thank you, Bran :)

In the end, you were right about Shogun's.
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Gulfwulf (55) | May 13, 2019 2:07pm
Quoted:
Potion of Physical Might: This item is the reason I recommend only 30% CDR from items on Nike. WIth it, you can reach the CDR cap (40%) without needing to many CDR items. It also boosts your power and ability damage.

This doesn't have the 10% cdr that Potion of Magical Might does.

Quoted:
Pestilence: Counter item. Used against healers and/or gods with lots of sustain. Just be sure to coordinate with your fellow support teammate, so you two doesn't don't end up building it, although it can be viable if facing multiple healers. If you need another anti-heal option, check out Brawler's Beat Stick.


Quoted:
Genji's Guard: The magical version of Breastplate of Valor, but it gives you 10% less CDR. I'd recommend this item only if you need more magical protections/CDR and Shogun's Kusari isn't enough, or if the enemy tema team has 5 magical gods.


Quoted:
Hide of the Nemean Lion: Another counter item, with the same purpose as Midgardian Mail. It helps against AA-based enemies. I recommend picking up Shield of Thorns if you build this item,(<- drop this comma) to boost it's its effetcs effects.


Quoted:
Blackthorn Hammer: Since we're not rushing Soul Eater anymore, Blackthorn Hammer] is the item of choice for some early CDR. Plus, (-<drop this comma) the health really helps [[Nike's ultimate.

You're missing brackets on this entry.
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Vini_sds (8) | May 13, 2019 2:32pm
All fixed, let me know if you find anything else :)
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Gulfwulf (55) | May 13, 2019 4:07pm
There were a couple of unnecessary commas, but I'm not TechnoToad.
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xmysterionz (40) | May 13, 2019 1:31pm
What a trash guide I think this should be archived

You could just put more match-ups on the threats like Tyr, Zhong Kui, Ratatoskr, Guan Yu...the rest of the guide are very good. It is pretty and have a good amount of information. Nice job

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Gulfwulf (55) | May 13, 2019 2:08pm
xmysterionz wrote:
What a trash guide I think this should be archived

I know, right?

Quoted:
You could just put more match-ups on the threats like Tyr, Zhong Kui, Ratatoskr, Guan Yu...the rest of the guide are very good. It is pretty and have a good amount of information. Nice job

He won the warrior category for a reason.
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Vini_sds (8) | May 13, 2019 2:33pm
Gulfwulf wrote:

He won the warrior category for a reason.


Stop it, you're making me blush.
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xmysterionz (40) | May 13, 2019 2:14pm
Gulfwulf wrote:

He won the warrior category for a reason.
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Vini_sds (8) | May 13, 2019 1:50pm
xmysterionz wrote:
What a trash guide I think this should be archived


This is how I feel about all your guides, but thanks for the input.

xmysterionz wrote:
You could just put more match-ups on the threats like Tyr, Zhong Kui, Ratatoskr, Guan Yu...the rest of the guide are very good. It is pretty and have a good amount of information. Nice job


I don't think I have the necessary experience to make a match-ups and threats list yet (I was talking about this with Gulf the other day), but I'll give it a try for the next update.

xmysterionz wrote:


Please remove this blight from here.
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xmysterionz (40) | May 13, 2019 1:52pm
Nah, the best and lovely character from lol :3
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Vini_sds (8) | May 13, 2019 1:23pm
Guide is updated for Patch 6.5, "Sands and Skies". I made a complete overhaul of the recommended build and items to reflect the changes to the Solo meta in S6.

Comments below are from before the guide update, comments above are from after the guide update.
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Vini_sds (8) | April 8, 2019 2:40pm
Hey everyone.

Just to let you know that I updated the guide with some points that Bran mentioned. I changed the recommended build, removed some items, added more details to the starters section and added a new section with example builds for a few scenarios. Let me know what you guys think.
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Gulfwulf (55) | April 8, 2019 2:58pm
I was going to change my vote because Myst told me to, but I told him "nah".
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Branmuffin17 (273) | April 8, 2019 8:06pm
Looks solid to me. Nicely done.
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Branmuffin17 (273) | March 29, 2019 5:12pm
Hey Vini,

Alright, comments.
  • I think some quick notes at the top for the various sections might be helpful. In your example build at the top, you might indicate some important things. I know you talk about starting options and have a build discussion section, but the Soul Eater rush should be situational, and people should know when they're safer to use it. Specifically, it's a lot safer if the enemy can't stun or pull you out of completing Rend, know what I mean? That should definitely be talked about, if not in the more detailed sections below, at least as a quick note at the top.

  • Acknowledged about Reinforced Greaves complementing Soul Eater since you didn't get Warrior's Blessing. That's an okay example. But you can still say in the build writeup that if you're able to aggress at that early stage and are handily winning the matchup, Warrior will give you a stronger push.

  • I personally would put Pestilence in the "counter items" category. This is a tough one, as it obviously fits magical protection options as well, but it has very specific use, so again, I say Counter.

  • Grammatical thing here, but where you list "double protections," I think "Dual protections" is the better term.

  • With her generally great survivability, I'm not sure I'd ever recommend Magi's Cloak. Yes, the high health is great for her ult and everything, but the passive's CD is just too long, and it's too selfish when she could get something else (almost anything else) that I feel would serve better.

  • Where's Shogun's Kusari? I'd think that would be an option.

  • I like how you describe and explain everything in general. Very thorough.

  • In your starting options section, you might think about going a bit more in-depth...this is one of the places where I'm talking about possibly talking about when to use a specific start.

    As stated previously, SE is probably best when Rend can't be interrupted.

    For Blackthorn, one pro is that you'll never run out of mana (at least not for long).

    For Berserker's, it's only good for the sustain if you're able to outclear or clear at the same time as the enemy, thus allowing you to actually hit the enemy god to get the healing.

    I like the thought process behind offering a functional alternative to getting Teleport Glyph.

  • Might be very obvious, but in your game phases section, for early, you might talk about needing to play around the enemy, again with the potential for Rend being shut down. Another thing you might mention is to get in 1 or 2 basics (the ones that cleave obv) before starting Rend just for slightly quicker and more efficient clear.

  • Also that's a very nice credit you wrote. Thank you. Probably too much credit.
All in all, very solid. +1
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Vini_sds (8) | April 1, 2019 1:46pm
Hey Bran.

• You think I should replace the recommended build?

• Lately, I've been testing a start with Warrior's Blessing and Spiked Gauntlet, instead of rushing Bound Gauntlet. That way, you can keep Warrior Tabi instead of Reinforced Shoes. The downside is that you don't start with a Chalice of Healing and with less sutain overall. Plus, it delays Soul Eater. I still need to test it some more, though.

• In the Counter Items section, I only listed counter items that doesn't provide physical or magical protections. You can see that items like Hide of the Nemean Lion and Spectral Armor are listed under the Physical Protections section. It was a choice I made, the same way I did with Pestilence, because I thought it was clearer like this.

• Dual Protections sounds better. I'll edit it.

• Agreed about Magi's Cloak. I'll remove it.

• I don't think Shogun's Kusari is worth on Nike. Sure, it would help AA allies (Let's say you have a Rama and a Bakasura on your team), but since she's not AA based, nor are we using any item that enhances auto attacks (except maybe Berserker's Shield and Frostbound Hammer), I don't think it should be listed as an option.

• I think that would be a good addition. I think I'll add a "when you should choose each start" section.

• I already mentioned attack canceling in the combos section, but I'll talk about it again in the early game section, to reinforce the information.

• Funny, I think it's not enough credit :p
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Branmuffin17 (273) | April 1, 2019 6:16pm
I think you could identify your first build a bit more specifically than just "example build." With the points I made, I feel it's situational and aggressive. It could work nicely, but only if you don't have someone that can interrupt your Rend. So maybe call it "Example Aggressive Build" or something along those lines, and just make sure in the notes summary you make it clear when it's a good choice.

I think you should keep trying that start. I like it. Warrior's will give you a bit more sustain early, which might alleviate the lack of the Chalice of Healing a bit.

Acknowledged on counter items.

Shogun's is at least something to consider, especially if you go a bit more aggressive with SE...a bit more lifesteal from your basics that way (a bit), and keep in mind, the only thing that damages towers/phoenixes is a basic attack. If you have a teammate or two helping push a lane, you're significantly increasing kill time of that objective. So don't think of Shogun's as just for basic attackers.

Good work Vini.
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Vini_sds (8) | March 25, 2019 8:48pm
Aaaand IT IS FINISHED!
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xmysterionz (40) | March 25, 2019 9:14pm
Antes tarde:



I'm sorry ashuashuashu
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boogiebass (34) | March 25, 2019 9:57pm
I can't believe you just did that Myst...
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Vini_sds (8) | March 25, 2019 9:18pm
How can I delete someone else’s post?
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boogiebass (34) | March 25, 2019 1:28pm
+1 because myst told me to.
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Gulfwulf (55) | March 25, 2019 1:58pm
-1 because REASONS!

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Vini_sds (8) | March 25, 2019 2:01pm
:(
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xmysterionz (40) | March 25, 2019 12:33pm
Wow, the guide is looking very good, I bet you will win the Contest

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Kriega1 (72) | March 25, 2019 8:26pm
I would say this one and that one Vamana one are good contenders.
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Gulfwulf (55) | March 25, 2019 11:46pm
Kriega1 wrote:
I would say this one and that one Vamana one are good contenders.

No comment.
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Vini_sds (8) | March 25, 2019 12:34pm
My god, this illustration is SO ADORABLE!
Where is it from? Did you draw it?

Also, thanks for the compliment, Myst. I hope we both win the contest so we can do a winners' party :v
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xmysterionz (40) | March 25, 2019 12:38pm
I downloaded it from Zennore's page, on deviantart (where I download every art to my guide :v). I do love his/her draws.
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Vini_sds (8) | March 25, 2019 11:41am
I've republished the guide, but it isn't finished yet.

I had to archive it momentanely because two chapters simply disappeared, but it is fixed now. I'll finish the guide later today. I hope, at least.
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Gulfwulf (55) | March 25, 2019 1:12pm
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xmysterionz (40) | March 25, 2019 1:30pm
********, I love south park!
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Vini_sds (8) | March 25, 2019 1:25pm
lately, I feel pressured by every comment you make.
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Gulfwulf (55) | March 21, 2019 2:58pm
I'm not real sure how I feel about Thebes. I think there are better protection choices like Masamune instead.
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Kriega1 (72) | March 21, 2019 3:36pm
Thebes is a good choice if you can coordinate with your team to help stack it. It's easier to stack as a support though usually.

Vini's build is borrowed from Deathwalker's and he likes building Soul Eater, Reinforced Greaves and Gauntlet of Thebes on some warrior solos in ranked.
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Vini_sds (8) | March 21, 2019 4:12pm
Kriega knows :p

To be completely honest, the idea for the Urchin + Thebes combo comes from DW, because he builds it in a lot of warriors.

SE on Nike is something I’m advocating for quite some time now, but I never saw someone using it. Berserker’s is far more popular.

Also, Deathwalker doesn’t build CDR on Nike, something that I consider a crime.
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xmysterionz (40) | March 21, 2019 3:32pm
Agree.
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