Sett is the head of Ionia’s growing criminal underworld. He rose to prominence in the wake of Noxus’ attack on his homeland and quickly gained notoriety for his savage strength, as well as how long he can take punishment before giving up. Sett had started with a simple goal – become strong enough that he could protect others from harm. But when given this chance by joining forces against another invading force (Noxians), all thoughts turned towards protecting those closest to him instead. Namely, settling down with someone who loved him just as much back yet knew they couldn’t share their world-ending future because it would destroy both worlds if not prevented.
Who is sett?
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Sett THe Boss is an app for League of Legends that lets you create plays with your team to defeat the boss in different stages/levels. You set up your characters and spells so they work well together, then have fun watching as they fight! You can even jump into the fight yourself if you want to get more action packed gameplay – which I recommend because it’s really fun. Sett THe Boss offers a lot of benefits by letting players plan out.
Sett’s subsequent two attacks deal additional damage based on the target’s max health. He also gains movement speed while moving towards enemy champions. This makes him a great champion to go for during team fights because he can quickly take down an opponent with his bonus magic damage that decreases as they are attacked.
Sett has a genuinely unique way of storing his Grit. Whenever he takes damage, it is stored in one place to protect him from harm and not let the pain take over his thoughts or actions. When Sett casts this ability on an enemy champion with all that power built up inside them, they will be met by their shield being shattered into pieces before being forcefully punched once more for true physical damage.
SETT's Skills and abilities
- CAST TIME: NONE
- COOLDOWN: 5 to 9
- TARGET RANGE: 790
- WIDTH: 805 / 180
- ANGLE: 27°
- CAST TIME: 0.75
- COST: 100%
- CURRENT GRIT COOLDOWN: 12 to 18
- TARGET RANGE: 490
- WIDTH: 350
- CAST TIME: 0.3
- COOLDOWN: 10 to 16
Sett throws out a flurry of punches to all enemies on the opposite side, dealing damage and slowing them. If there is at least one enemy at each side, Facebreaker will stun them instead.
The Show Stopper
- TARGET RANGE: 400
- EFFECT RADIUS: 600
- CAST TIME: NONE
- COOLDOWN: 80 to 120
Sett leaps into the air, capturing his target in a mighty grip. He then slams them to the ground, where they shatter upon impact and send out an earth-shattering shockwave that damages all nearby enemies for up to 75% of their health at full power near its epicenter while slowing any others outside it down by 99%.
Playing as Sett
You might be tempted to go all out with tank items, but that’s not always the best option. If you’re looking for a little more damage and don’t mind sacrificing some of your survivability, attack speed is an excellent choice! You can also use Sett as a hybrid hero by starting strong before transitioning into either defense or offense, depending on what situation calls for it.
There are many ways to customize a build for Set. Some players prefer attack speed for quick kills, while others like it because they can deal damage and also tank at the same time. Blade of the Ruined King is often their first buy, which will help them out with those goals. After that, they need an item from Stridebreaker or Titanic Hydra–depending on what kind of goal you’re going after and personal preference in playstyle.
Starter Items: Doran’s Blade, Health Potion
Core Items: Blade of the Ruined King, Sterak’s Gage, Plated Steelcaps
Luxury Items: Thornmail, Dead Man’s Plate,
Titanic Hydra, Death’s Dance, Mortal ReminderSUPPORT
Starter Items: Health Potion, Steel Shoulderguards
Core Items: Pauldrons of Whiterocks,
Dead Man’s Plate, Boots of Swiftness
Thornmail,Force of Nature,Sterak’s Gage,Gargoyle Stoneplate,Randuin’s Omen
TIPS AND TRICKS
- Pay close attention to Sett’s passive because it will affect how you auto-attack. When faced with a lengthy brawl, try not resetting your attacks too often, as this limits your damage output.
- Watch out for the wall-scaling capabilities of your ultimate because you may be able to use it as a way to transport enemies into allies. It will help give them an advantage in team fights! You can also get close enough with this ability if needed and don’t forget that Sett has limited mobility, so do not hesitate too long before using him when necessary.
- Sett’s job during team fights is to isolate enemy tanks and dump them on the backline, whether he uses his ult or not. It will allow him to do a ton of damage as well disrupt any front-to-back focus compositions.
- Frontlines are always in high demand as enemies constantly try to break through the backline. Even though Sett is usually tasked with defending his team’s weakest link, he can still provide some peel for them by dragging over any diver and shielding himself at the same time using E and W, respectively.
- Sett does more damage as enemies build up health, so no matter what stage of the game it is or whether Sett falls behind his opponents in terms of levels and items, if you weave in a Q around an auto-attack reset, then enemies will have little chance to catch back up.
- Sett’s level 6 all-in is an absolute juggernaut of a play that can lead to massive amounts of damage. Open with E and follow up with two auto attacks into Q, then after the stun wears off, you need to weave in as many auto attacks between skills as possible before he comes out again. Once your opponent has been knocked down by your slow or suppressed, they won’t be able to escape from the rest of this combo.
Sett is half-Vastayan, a half-beast boy. He’s nicknamed half-beast boy because of his half-Vastayan and half-human appearance.
Riot Games has confirmed that the newest League of Legends champion, Sett, is not the son of Draven.
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