“Sett is going to be all about CC and getting in close to chain CC you while dealing True Damage. You need to avoid the center of his (W) otherwise you take a lot of true damage depending on how much damage you dealt to him. This will also shield him with the correct combo, however, since Sett release his (W) cooldown got higher making it harder for him to spam it. It would be wise to constantly poke him from a safe range and avoid even remotely getting close to him. Glacial Augment is the best rune to help with this, effectively crippling his ability to chase or hold you down, the moment you get caught by his (E) CC especially if you run Everfrost lockdown.”
“Sett is kind of similar to darius, really hard to do much until level 9 in this matchup but it's also easier to survive then darius, basically don't take bad trades often early because his regen is ridiculous early game and you don't have the tools to extended fight him early on, make sure not to stand in the middle of his W, if he has a lot of grit built up then constantly be moving around so you don't get falcon punched, you can also E him to fling him behind you when he W's but you have to predict and anticipate it. You can sometimes get a kill with your ultimate in this matchup if he ever uses his W poorly but just be careful with trading, ninja tabi is also a great buy early against this champion because he autos a lot and you can kite him a lot with the MS. Another thing to note is you can E buffer his E so you can E right before he E's to instantly get away when he pulls you in.”
“Sett wins this matchup straight up, so it's up to you to short trade with him. Q, auto, W auto then EQ away immediately as Sett will try to E you. Save at least one mobility spell to dodge his W damage and don't overcommit on trades. A hard matchup but can be worked around.”
“Stronger than you in the early laning phase because his W retaliation is brutal to work around. Treat this matchup like you would Darius and Mordakiser and disengage after your W. Just like them, Sett is better at long trades than Renekton and has a single long cooldown CC to drag you back into the fight as you try to back off.
Don't dash engage him for your first trade, he'll be able to lock you into the fight. Chunk him out so you're confident you can kill him in the fight. Use your dashes according to the situation. Another reason to hold your dash is to side dash his W as he will try and tag you with it as you make a leave.
Your burst will always max his W so avoiding it is vital. Use one dash to break distance and the second to dodge his W if he gets in range.
When he's low and you have kill pressure, make sure to hold onto W until it will kill him. If he uses his W early in a last ditch effort, break it and kill him. If you stun him and don't kill him in time, he can put up his shield and probably turn tables on you hard. What keeps this from being an easy fight is that you can't mess up at all while he can. It's another matchup like Darius and Illoai that requires a skill gap over the Sett player to have a shot in.”
“Do not fight lvl 1. Parry his Q as his stun is not too predictable early game and his Q does massive damage. You can also dodge his W with your Q. You out scale so if you are losing, farm under tower. ”
“Hit him with your Q and W.
Run away from using its W your E.
Use your R behind his R range.”
“Quinn's kit HARD COUNTERS sett.
In lane, be careful of Sett's Gray bar on the bottom. Essentially, when he receives damage it stacks up, and the longer the bar, the more damage his W does to you.
He gets a shield and if you are in the middle, you take true damage instead.
So, first, Sett's Q grants him 30% MS which is nothing, so it's actually hard for Sett to get onto you.
Sett's E range is 490 and it WILL cancel your vault, but it's difficult for Sett to get into range to use this on you.
Ideally use vault to counter him using his E.
Next, his W range is 790 which is longer than your vault range, so if you vault away from him, Sett WILL be able to retaliate with W and hit you with it every single time.
Sett's R range is only 400, so it's actually very difficult for him to land these on you.
Maintain distance against him, and if his W is down, you are free to go in for a big combo because his kit legit revolves around this ability.
If sett Rs you, wait for him to use E first because if you vault him, he will likely E cancel you after, BUT Sett should never be able to get into R range of you without using his E on you first.
Don't EVER be that close to him, and you should be ok.
You hard outscale him in late game 1v1s because not only can you kite him hard, but your build will be an HP shred to make him cry :)
Boots rush is broken in this matchup to prevent him from ever coming close to you.”
“Sett wins level 1 dont even try, play safe until level 3, fight when your passive is ready only, always have your q ready to dodge his w by either q on a minion or q on him, it will take you behind him, good to know”
“Sett is pretty difficult for a lot of melee champions, and especially for Ornn since he doesn't really have a way to dodge Sett's W unless you can stick right up to him when he is casting it and move behind him. You can setup ganks on him quite easily due to his immobility but the issue is he can potentially 1v2 due to his kit being quite oppressive during lane phase. Farm safely and play for teamfights rather than trying to fight him in lane. Tabi rush helps and build bramble vest if he goes bork.”
“Sett is like Garen in that he has so much health regen the dude is basically not possible to kill without your jungler. He also has a ton of damage mitigation in trades and can beat the shit out of you in melee range. Also like Garen, his only form of engage is running at you which is pretty simple to flay every time unless he flashes.
His ult is not as good as Garen's, what you really need to watch out for his the true damage W which can shred your healthbar. Otherwise just hit him and stack grasp for free. ”