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Looking for feedback on Singed + spell vamp

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ShubNiggurath666

Senior Member

10-27-2010

I just unlocked Singed and tried a game vs bots to tinker with items. I went Rod of Ages to Boots to Hextech Revolver x2 to Gunblade and it seemed poison trail was giving me a substantial amount of health back, especially around groups of enemy minions. Is this a pretty standard Singed build? I haven't been playing that long so I haven't really seen a lot of Singed players. Thanks in advance for feedback


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AlmightyDookie

Senior Member

10-27-2010

Usually people build Sunfires and Rod of Ages and go tank. Never really seen a lifesteal Singed.


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MLG Poro

Senior Member

10-27-2010

Try Will of the Ancients and maybe just one Revolver, then build tank.
Should work a little better.


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Politburo

Senior Member

10-27-2010

I've not tried it in a serious game, but the amount you vamp is comparable to your natural regen (when farming)


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Mili The Dark

Senior Member

10-27-2010

yeah i think your better off with a FoN in-terms of total health regen, since you gain life when your not attacking.
plus your ultimate gives you a lot of health regen as well. so between those two sources you should be fine on health regen, and then you can just focus on survivability (armor and MR) and AP- rod of ages and rylais are pretty good on him


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Dreampod

Senior Member

10-27-2010

I've tried it a couple times in an actual game and it was not as successful as it seemed like it would in practice. During teamfights the lifesteal wasn't significant enough to improve my survival and outside of fights the healing was not significantly better than getting a Force of Nature and much trickier to pull off.

Unfortunately it only comes out to around 2.1 health per second per target effected after you account for magic resist and the 1/3 spellvamp on AoE.


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