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I Am Goliath says “One of my least favorite matchups, thankfully he is low playrate. Try to win pre 6 in this matchup and be really agressive because tryndamere is not good early, anytime he is low rage you should pretty much trade with him and you want to be auto attacking him a lot early game because if he spins in on you then you just land E and kill him. Once he gets his ultimate it's a good counter to your ultimate since he survive the execution with it and it also auto pulls him in so you can't time it, so you either want to use your ultimate as a kiting tool in this matchup for the slow, or try to time it to where you can pull him and buy a few seconds of time or time it perfectly and kill him after kiting him around in his ultimate for a little bit. Semi early ninja tabi usually after phage is great in this matchup. Early randuins omen as second item can also be great and the active can help you with kiting and stalling him.”
Ayanleh says “Tryndamere is a hard matchup, hes one of the few champions that can actually 1v1 you in the death realm and early on you dont have the sustained damage to kill him and he also has more sustain than you.”
Sovereign Kitten says “Tryndamere has been a very easy match-up for a long time. It would be wise for you to start (Q) to prevent his all in level 1 and 2 (E) cheese, keep maxing out your (Q) after you have invested (2) points into your (E) for CS’ing realibly. Once he gets level 6, he will try to tower dive a lot or he will simply try and catch you out in the lane. You never want to be extended into a Tryndamere unless the lane is one sided and you are winning hard, because again all it takes is for him to (E) > (W) and run you down with his (R) to prevent his death, long enough to kill you or while he is getting ganked in a 1vs2 scenario.
YoungTact says “Rush bramble, respect his lvl 1-2 cheese esp if he has ignite. Apply basic lane combo and build tabis and the lane is yours. W his E when approriate. If he is splitting, match it by clearing wave with Q, Sunfire and iceborn gauntlet. ”
Pathetic Singed says “Your W cancels his E. If you're proxying against Trynda beware that he only needs to get his W off on you to get the kill over an execute. It's stupid coding but it is what it is. Play passive against him because if RNGesus decides to give him 4 crits in a row you're stuffed. Bramble works well here.”
Rhoku says “TL;DR - SKILL MATCHUP IN YOUR FAVOUR. DON’T FIGHT HIM WHEN HIS FURY IS STACKED UP. DON’T LET HIM STACK IT UP. KITE HIM WHEN FIGHTING HIM. PHASE RUSH + GHOST RECOMMENDED. IGNITE INSTA WINS YOU THE LANE INTO HIM BUT GHOST DOES THE SAME THING IN A DIFFERENT WAY. TABI’S RUSH IF HE IS GIVING YOU A HARD TIME.
Tryndamere is a champion that is very oppressive when ahead so try to make sure that you win this lane. Luckily, Darius is able to give Tryndamere a hard time in lane. Don’t fight him too much level 1, as he can kill you really quickly with Ignite and a few lucky crits. Try your hardest to kite him. Do not EVER just stay up in his face and trade auto attacks. You WILL lose. Go in, apply your damage and then walk around him. This will be especially crucial when he gets his ultimate, as you will have to kite him for 5 seconds and then apply a single bit of damage to kill him. To help with the kiting, I recommend taking Phase Rush. Conqueror is nice but it is not going to help too much against Tryndamere. Tryndamere is one of the easiest champions to stack Grasp on but Grasp is not optimal. If you want to give him a hard time, you can opt to buy an early Ninja Tabis or even a Bramble vest but I’d recommend stopping at the Tabis and going for your Triforce. As a good rule of thumb, try to make sure he does not touch the wave too much. His fury bar, once fully stacked, makes him very difficult to trade with. And going even in trades is what Tryndamere WANTS. Think about it. If you are both low HP, only one of you has the ability to make you unkillable. Try to fight him when he has no fury and don’t let him stack it up. Try to kite him if he has lethal tempo up.”
PH45 says “Don't get cheesed early by his RNG crits. Save your Q for re-engaging him after he spins away. You outscale him, especially after you get Tabis and 40% CDR. Also building Randuins is a great choice against him as that cuts down his damage a lot.”
Drake6401 says “You will typically win lane against this guy but it doesn't slow down the good ones. He's a born split pusher that is faster at it than Renekton.
In lane, he can run you down level 1 so give him space super early. You out burst him in trades. Run after him instead of dashing until you have him chunked because he will chase you after your combo if you only have one dash left.
His random crits make early trades very unpredictable. So keep in mind that not all fights will go as planned.
If you get a good trade on him, keep him off the wave. Like Renekton, he builds fury so you both share weaknesses.”
Olaf Only says “You can't win 1v1 after lvl 6.
Before 6, go for trades if he has 0 fury.
You have to close out the game as fast as possible because Tryndamere can dive you if he gets enough items.
Olaf is better in teamfights.”
LiL Bunnie FuFuu says “Tryndamere's a little annoying because he can spin on you and chunk a lot of hp with his autos (especially if he crits). He also has a pretty good heal that allows him to survive most of your poke. Still, you beat him very hard early (like Garen) so poke him constantly and flay whenever he tries to go in. Once he's 6 ult and flay him away. Then re-engage once his ult is down - or is about to run out - and kill him. He's a splitpusher so you want to get significantly ahead so he can't powerfarm and catch up.
Grasp or aftershock build with bone plating works fine. Assassin Thresh is not recommended but you can secure early cheese kills with electrocute and ignite.”
qasddsa says “Very snowbally champion. Don't let him get any kills and don't let him farm. Harass when he goes in for minions. At level 6 and after, he will be able to duel you if you don't play it correctly. His ultimate is 5 seconds long, while Kayle's is only 2-3 seconds long, putting you at a disadvantage. Late game, you can 1v1 him if played correctly. If you're going AD, I highly recommend getting a Death's Dance and going full crit. If you're going AP, Rylai's is highly recommended.”
PH45 says “You can try to kite him around but he will most likely kill you pretty easily due to you being squishy and him having a lot of damage on his autos. Get tabis early and look to farm for most part of the lane phase and wait for your jungler. Buy time with your brush Q during fights when he has ulted, to make it's duration go to waste.”
Wawza says “With his E being on a short cooldown due to his autos, he can just chase you down if you engage at a bad time and his ultimate buys him enough time to all in you if you havent poked him prior.”
Raen says “Fast Tabi in this match up also Randuin's Omen is strong item vs Tryndamere. Be careful at 1 lvl cuz of his RNG crits, remember that your E got longer CD than his E at 1 lvl. Always keep your Q after he will try to make AA+E away from you. Be careful when diving him cuz of his R making him immortal for 5 sec. Always try to bait his R and then go in. Ignite vs Trynda can make pressure on early cuz in this match up depends about early but later you outscale him.”
RTO says “Level 3 on if you keep it to short trades, you will win. Do not do extended trades on him. Once you have level 6, you can bait out his ulti with how much your burst is, back off then all in him after it is over. ”
The_Unf0rgiv3n says “Care for the level 1 spin onto you and RNG crit. Those can screw you up pretty bad. He's easily kitable though, so use that for your advantage and build Frozen Mallet after Tabis and PD (if you are losing the trades).”
uSgSello says “Tryndamere will farm up the whole early game. His ganks aren't strong. Concentrate on ganking. You can try to kill him in his jungle but in my opinion trying to help you team getting ahead due to ganking would be better.
Normally he won't counterjungle you.”
ak521 says “You should put some ice on that. He's my permaban. You can't outplay him. You just can't, it hurts. Don't give him any kills and pray your jungler ganks you. Run Ignite so when he dives you post-6, you can actually do something to him. CC him under turret, not much more to say. He's a hard counter. Doran's Shield to Bramble Vest to Ninja Tabi, to BORK get a Warden's Mail at some point early and upgrade it into Randuin's.”
Anoying bro5 says “TAKE IGNITE AND NIMBUS CLOAK RUNE PAGE. Do not fight him when his rage bar is full and you win. When you land a riposte he will stare at you like an idiot and just demolish him. When he ults on you, ult him + riposte and pop all 4 vitals. Then ignite him and run around in your ult until his ult ends. BAM, the power of interactive gameplay.”
epic blitz top says “VERY HARD MATCHUP. HOOKING HIM UNDER TOWER AFTER LEVEL 6 IS A DEATH WISH. HE ALSO HAS A DASH WHICH SUCKS BECAUSE HE DODGES Q WITH EASE. HIM UNDERESTIMATING YOUR DAMAGE AND KILLING HIM EARLY IS YOUR BEST OPTION.”
iZeal says “If you get to lane first, zone him from building up his rage, otherwise concede early game until Level 3. Don't stand still when fighting him, abuse your superior auto attack range by kiting him with your W and your E. Later on you can trade ult for ult as you are much more useful without it than he is. If you are really struggling with this matchup you can either take Phase Rush into Tryndamere for stronger kiting and nullifying his W slow or Aftershock to facetank him more easily.
Tryndamere becomes hard later on when his E has basically no cooldown and if he ever gets ahead he may dive you under tower.
DBlade, Tabis!, later on Randuin's Omen.”
PH45 says “Tryndamere will just straight down beat you down for most of the game unless he makes a big mistake early on. Try to poke him down and zone him of creeps to keep him from stacking his fury, since if he gets it stacked he will crit you down to oblivion. When running away from him try to predict when he uses his W and turn towards him for a splitsecond so you don't get slowed.”
Justkb says “This is free for Darius if you can zone him from the wave as soon as possible. Make sure you land all the Q's you can so he has to heal with his Rage. You can abuse your range with W and E allowing him to be kited and poked inside both waves. Try not to fall behind in CS and make sure you rush tabi and phage. ”
CaptianMike says “Since he is auto attack based, you can counterstrike nearly all his damage. You should be able to win most fights after the early game. He scales very hard so take late game fights with caution, but otherwise you should be able to duel him
iZeal says “He boasts a lot of sustain and if he gets ahead he will towerdive you relentlessly. Do not overextend vs him and force his ultimate as fast as possible. In teamfights you make him useless, so just make sure he never gets in the position to dive you.
Respect his Level 1 and 2 and proceed to keep your distance from Level 3 onwards, abusing your CC to keep the trades short and in your favour. E'ing into Tryndamere can be devastating if he takes the chance to all in so keep it mostly for disengage.”
SELORONIOS says “His R is longer than you and he deals a lot of damage. Can be hard and can be easy. You can kite him easily and without his R, he's a walking dead if you know how to play. Use Your Q on him when he comes to you. Don't be close to him if your skills are on cooldown.”
Rhoku says “Tryndamere is a very tough cheese matchup. He basically AAs the wave, gets his passive and prays to god that he crits. Yes, Tryndamere players do make the lane an RNG fest every damn time. Annoying but manageable. Ignite is very good into this lane. Rylai's is nice. Basically, don't fight him if he has his fury stacked up. He WILL crit and do INSANE damage with those crits that win him the fight out of NOWHERE. It is so cheese. Your basic way to beat him is to kite him out. Don't stand in front of him and let him AA you do death. Q, AA, AA and then just kite him with your superior movement speed. Tabis are great into him but get Rylais STRAIGHT after as it makes kiting him SO easy. Save your E for when he disengages or when he is on top of you and you need to disengage from him. Poke him down with your Qs. In Death Realm, you simply have to get him to low HP and then just kite him for 5 seconds. AVOID FIGHTING for this duration of time. He can legit 100-0 you in these 5 seconds of his ultimate. And you WON'T be 100% HP now will you. Ignite helps a lot in this lane because when he ults and he is at low HP, you can put your ignite on him and this will pretty much just kill him even if he heals. Your sustains are pretty even as its his Q vs your W. You are also higher range than him. Overall, your playstyle should be to keep him at a distance, use your abilities, kite until your abilities are back up and then use them. Be sure to sneak in an auto or two to make sure your passive doesn't go off. He outscales you SUPER hard so don't let the game go to lategame.”
LoLReal says “This lane is hard, not only does Trynd always take ignite, which is really effective against Morde, but he trades hard against us. He's also capable of fighting us post 6 and winning. Focus on an early ninja tabi pick up and avoid his early all-ins with a full rage bar. If he spins into you to trade, stand in minions and pull him back in on the way out and punish him with Q + minion damage.”
LoLReal says “Skill match up. You can win early, respect his early all-in capabilities. Early tabis and bramble vest are essential here. One of the few match ups where ignite is arguably better than ghost.
Punish him when he trades with you and make use of your mid game before he outscales you in the side lane.”
ChaseMorePlz says “Trynd pretty destroys Riven but if you manage to kill him early on you can get a lead. Avoid feeding him, set up a gank pre 6 and bait out his E. Later on it's very difficult to kill him without the help of your team. ”
Ravenborne says “Phase Rush is mandatory. Keep going for trades and rush Phage into Tabis. If you want to ult him E him and R him during the Pull so he can't react to your R. If he has R on keep AA'ing him so he dies to the bleed after his R runs out.”
Phrxshn says “Save Primal Howl to prevent trades. Kite out his Undying Rage(R) then kill him. Avoid fighting him with full stack of Battle Fury(Passive) aka red indicator. Make sure you are not facing away from Tryndamere to prevent the slow from his Mocking Shout(Primal Howl or Jaws of the Beast override his Spinning Slash or his E) (Recommended Items: Thornmail or Executioner's) (Outscaling Edge: Even) (Sustained 1v1 Trades: Even) ”
Fan22 says “Whit some armor items trynda isn't a big problem, but whit a BoTRK and other items he can still kill you no matter how much armor you get and splitpush.
Early game try to farm and dont be in your tower with low hp if he has R, since he can dive towers very easy and you don't have any escape tool outside of Flash.
Remember that he can cast R even if he is under the effect of your Q and W.
A little tip it's that, using your R early in a Fight against trynd can force him to use R more quickly, this can be good if you get a gank, so that he is bursted sooner and killed sooner.”
ERNESTSAURUS says “GRASP (TANK) / SPELLBOOK SETUP - CLOTH ARMOR + 4 POTS =
Tryndamere is one of the best Splitpushers and Duelist in the game, but for a duelist, he lacks of other types of damage since he only mostly Physical Damage (AD basically). In case you see an AP Tryndamere don't get baited into building MR, the AP scaling is for his Spin damage, which deals Physical Damage, and his Q heal. Early on you must not greed to get stacks, he can extend a trade and get you to half HP or even kill you in a single extended trade, let him push the wave and don't let him find a chance to poke you with the Auto attack + Spin out of torret range trade. if he builds Tiamat, look to farm under torret safely while he permashoves. I highly recommend going for Iceborn Guanlet instead of Trinity force (in the Spellbook setup) since it's way cheaper and it provides a lot of armor which stops him from killing you. Also look to be always above 50% HP and DON'T WASTE WITHER, THAT'S THE ONLY ABILITY THAT IS STOPPING HIM FROM DIVING YOU 100-0. Later on to the game, once you have decent ammount of armor, Tryndamere will struggle a lot to kill you if he went even in lane against you, so you can match him in the Splitpush, look to do consistant Short trades where you are just hitting him with Q every time you have a Grasp Proc available you will get him low enough to the point he has to back off or you can kill him or force his R. Remember that for winning a 1v1 he must have his R, or else he will lose since he doesn't build any sort of defensive stat. Look to match his splitpush and force his R and then join your team in a 4v5. The later it goes is better for Nasus since he can oneshot Tryndamere more and more easily and it gets harder for him to time his R. Randuin's omen is a must go item if the enemy team has a Tryndamere and a traditional ADC.”
chrisorion says “Ignite + Nimbus Cloak or Resolve. You win most fights if you parry his spin/auto attack. Disengage if you miss parry. Avoid fighting him when he has a lot of his fury. Kite his ultimate out with your ultimate. ”
Phrxshn says “Save Seismic Shard and Ground Slam to prevent trades. Kite out his Undying Rage(R) then kill him. Avoid fighting him with full stack of Battle Fury(Passive) aka red indicator. Make sure you are not facing away from Tryndamere to prevent the slow from his Mocking Shout(Unstoppable his Spinning Slash or his E) (Recommended Items: Thornmail) (Outscaling Edge: Even) (Sustained 1v1 Trades: Even) ”
Shumair says “Experienced tryndamere players will always win this matchup but some players will have a lack of knowledge in the matchup and you have to use that to fool them. At level 2, he might try to all in you with full fury. You can Q-Aa-E backwards to proc your passive and disengage. This will even out the trade or if he continues to chase, provided you have ignite, you can tether him with your passive then quickly finsih him off with Q-Aa-Ignite. Since this lane is all about cheesing, another way to catch him off guard is to save your E until the very last second if he decides to tower dive you. This can displace him and cause him to mistime his ultimate duration and may cause him to die to your turret. if you get the first kill you can play aggressive for a bit but eventually, at two items, he will outscale you.”
Fan22 says “I don´t personally think tryndamere it´s really a hard matchup for Maokai especially after you make Bramble vest, sunfire or items like Frozen heart that reduces his Atk speed.
However if he get´s some early kills from his random dice of crits then it can be difficult, not for you because you are unkilable for a tryndamere but for your team, since mos of the times tryndamere just ignores tanks and trys to kill the supp or adc, anyway trynd its a splitpusher so you can most of the times just smash the enemy team in teamfights and win, even if he dosn´t splitpush you have better tf.
PD: Having ignite can help you to reduce the healings from his Q ,items and runes that he has and also it helps you to kill him, you just had to wait a few seconds after he uses his Ult an then you Ignite him with lets you kill him even after he hits 6.”
Fan22 says “I don´t personally think tryndamere it´s really a hard matchup for Maokai especially if you make bramble vest and items like frozen heart that reduces his Atk speed.
However if he get´s some early kills from his random dice of Early crits then it can be difficult, not for you but for your team.
PD:Having ignite can help you to reduce the healings from his Q ,items and runes and also helps you to kill him, you just had to wait some seconds after he uses his Ult an then you Ignite him and wath him die !”
NickCola Tesla says “You are one of Tryndamere's counters! The lane should be a skill matchup heavily in your favor.
Tryndamere is one of the easiest champions to proc Grasp of the Undying, so use this to your advantage in lane and poke at him with your AAs!
Tryndamere is typically referred to as a "stat check champion." This means that his viability in and out of lane depends on him comparing his stats to that of other champions. If he manages to get ahead slightly, he has the potential to take over the entire game. If he falls slightly behind, he essentially teeters on the edge of uselessness.
His entire kit revolves around random crits, which you can negate by purchasing a Randuin's Omen or Frozen Heart!
He's particularly annoying in the fact he can use his spinning slash to escape your Q's hitbox, but at least you know that he won't be able to use it to trade with you if he has his fury up.
When level 6 hits, as long as you're above 25% of your health in lane, you should be good to go! If you happen to fall too low on health, you risk being dove by him and his Jungler! It's better to just bite the loss and recall.”
StrikeX114 says “Always ban him. Once he hits level 6, you can do nothing but watch him win lane. Even though other champions are arguably harder to lane against overall, his ultimate single-handedly makes him the greatest threat to your survival.”
ItsmeKenny says “Skill match up. Save leap incase he all ins you. If he has no fury, you can E wait for his spin and leap once he spins to stun and outtrade him. (Do not waste leap if he has fury, as he can run you down).”
Bombabo says “This lane is a total coinflip which leans in Trynd's favor. If he runs in level 2 and crits you a few times, you will lose with little hope of coming back. If you win an early fight, you MIGHT be able to hold your own against him. His passive lane sustain will also force you to engage in fights rather than waste mana on poking. The worst part about this matchup is the interaction between your ults, in which his trumps yours no matter how you use it. If you ult him before he ults, he can activate it even during the suppression to save himself. If you get him down to minimum hp and ult after him, there is a bug which causes your ult to automatically reel trynd in if you ult him at his minimum hp threshold, giving you no opportunity to stall it out. It is just not a fun matchup
I Am Goliath says “Shouldn't kill you in lane unless he takes ignite then he may be able to, try to punish him hard early. You're gonna want ninja tabi's and a thornmail because he is going to be splitting all game and you want to be able fight him.”
wallobear53 says “At any stage of the game, try pressuring Tryndamere off the wave so he cannot stack his rage (Resource bar) effectively. This will reduce his Q healing by a lot and will allow you to go for regular short burst trades.
Avoid fighting Tryndamere when his rage bar is fully charged up as it grants him bonus stats and heals him massively with his Q. Let his rage run out first, or use your abilities to keep poking him which will, in turn, force him to use his Q to heal himself.
When skirmishing Tryndamere, avoid turning your back to him as his W taunt will slow you if you are not facing him. If you have any kind of mobility spell, it would be better to use it after you get slowed by his W.
ForgottenProject says “This is a stupid Match-up where all he will do is force you to split against him. The only way you can actually make him useless is by stomping him in lane or Praying to god your team Rotates.
Watch his Rage bar and dont engage him when it's near to full or full.
He will probably have Conquerer so play around that. Never intiate without your Conquerer and it's better to fight him when you have your Conq ready and he doesnt.
 Rush Tabis after getting your Tiamat if you feel like you're losing lane.”
I Am Goliath says “This matchup is so hard for the tryn, you can kite him out so hard and he really can't do anything about him, just poke him down and kite him if he ever tries to get on you or even cs a minion. bramble vest rush can also be good in this matchup if he is super agressive.”
XtheZ115 says “Trading with a Tryndamere is a skillmatch. If he can time his ult or his Q just right, he will kill you first, but your poison should kill him after his ult ends. Be wary of his snowball, though.”
AlanVenator says “His ultimate straight up counter yours. Good thing, he is quite squishy so you can do a lot of damage to him. Be careful when the minions are pushing to you, since he will charge his fury. Try to punish him when you are pushing the lane since that is when he is most vulnerable.”
Olaugh says “Poke him early and don't trade with him when he has full fury,farm from a fair distance if he has full fury, when he activates his R just q him and run away for 2,3 seconds then come back to kill him, until you return, his R will expire so just finish him. In late game maybe even some time during mid game he can kill you easily so be careful,don't fight him solo, if he get's enough items he can dive you quite easily ! It heavily depends how good is he just like Yasuo. ”
orangepenguinhead says “Tryndamere might be annoying, but just rush a Zhonyas with Stopwatch being the first component. If he presses R wait until he comes close to you then press stopwatch. He can't do anything after that. ”
AWierdShoe says “
Here you wanna abuse him every time where he’s not stacked up his rage-bar yet, starting level 1. Place your blade up the lane and pummel him with empowered Q’s when he goes for a CS abusing your superior range. He can and will chase you if he gets the chance, so don’t let him. You win short trades level 1-2 if played correctly, but level 3+ it’s impossible to lose the short trades utilizing your W. Just position the blade, walk up and trade with empowered Q’s and W and then walk back when W ends. If he tries to extend the trade by using E into you, then just deny him with a disengage taunt. He’ll lose trades so hard he can’t even close to heal back up. NEVER TAUNT IN FIRST.
Chili Dog says “Runes: Phase Rush, Nimbus, Transcendence, Gathering storm + Triumph, Last Stand or Conquerer, Triumph, Bloodline, Last Stand + Shield Bash, Bone Plating.
Sub Runes: CDR, Damage, Armor or Damage, 2x Armor
Summoners: TP, Ignite, or Exhaust
The Trynda lane is all about macro. Because eventually you won't be able to fight him. The moment you realize that, try to roam to other lanes. This is why i recommend TP in this lane rather than Ignite. You could also go exhaust if you want to delay his scaling a little bit more. For the most part though, you want to freeze the lane on your side so he cant chase you down lane. Also, randuin's is a great item against Tryndamere. Focus on farming until you can roam or he missteps for a free trade. Match up is winnable early but not once he gets a decent amount of crit.”
Wizbe says “Obnoxious champion, especially if he takes ghost it's very easy for him to run you down. Grasp rune page for scaling and allowing you to survive. Never E onto him past level 6 as he will just run you down and beat you to death. Save E for escaping after short trades”
Urgodzilla says “Braindead champion, very frustrating to play against. He can cheese you lvl2 with ignite. Use your R to kite him when he uses his R: in this case the slow will be really strong because it depends on target's missing health. I've noticed several times that Urgot's R is sometimes buggy in this matchup: it instantly and automatically recasts second time for no reason. But if you are lucky and this doesn't happen, remember timings: his R duration is 5 seconds, you have 4 seconds between 1st and 2nd casts and 1,5 seconds to drag him into the grinder. Use it properly to execute him.”
aegiswings says “Tryndamere is a great matchup for Teemo. He thinks he can tower dive you with his ult, but simply wait a couple seconds then ignite him. The combination of your poison, shroom DOT, and ignite should get him every time. ”
Murderman5 says “Tryndamere's R can block Cho gath's R which can be really troublesome. decrease Trynd's health slowly not all at once, make sure you save that Q in case he leaps towards you and go's all out you can slow him down with your Q or E. try to use w as the finisher attack q w r [although you can obviously use w for dmg as well].”
LeSocair says “Avoid him filling up his passive rage. Crits are mad, avoid fighting him with his rage up. You can win before 6 fairly easy if you play right, after that it'll be very hard to kill him unless he's tilted.
He's a Major Threat with Ignite, if not, you can trade more safely, remember not to extend the trades though, unless you have already poked him down with Q/E.”
ModxLoL says “This matchup is similar to Jax in the sense that I believe Riven wins this matchup if she doesn't make mistakes, but that's not always realistic, and I think Tryndamere can capitalize on her mistakes harder. Short trades are a must in this matchup. Don't fight him the first two levels. Trade into him normally, but save your 3rd Q to knock him up when he goes to E onto you are you trade vs. him. It's worth noting that it's worth it for you to throw your second R to get his ultimate out of the way early. When he ults, just try to stall as long as you can, but remember not to let him get away after if you can.”
Flagoony says “Poke him down early into the lane and when he spins at you stun him and run away. Fight near the walls top lane so you can tunnel away to your tower if he tries to kill you. After he hits 6, ult whenever he ults to stall his ultimate duration and set up an easy kill.”
Stiwy says “IIt happears that by screaming loud enough you can become immortal and Tryndamere is really good at this.
The first 5 levels are a good time to kill him ONLY when his rage bar is empty or else, 3 shots and you are dead.
Your ult is countered by his ult so don't put your hopes in that ability but you can use the time of your ult's animation to waste his immortality time (basically, if you can drag him in, he will lose 2 to 3 seconds because of the long animation your ult has).
Start D.Blade and this is a good matchup to try the level 1 kill strategy (given he does not start E).
His splitpushing power will make your team suffer but you are a better teamfighter than him.”
CptTeemoOnDuty says “Early levels you bully him out lane, just be careful later on try and slow him and kite him so you can dart him and basic attack then move again. (More dangerous after 6), most of all do not let him all-in you. Check more info below. ”
Doktora says “Tryndamere is easy to poke him and kill him.He cant do noting and for that waiting jungler to help him for that you need to ward.Mostly wait to use his E then use your W and easy to make him 2 basic attack and one Q and he lose 40-50% hp”
Hypnosa says “only thing irritating about him is when he becomes THE ULTIMATE SPLITPUSHER. Try snowballing instead of playing safe. because after level 11 he starts to grow stronger while you going weaker”
FallenAngel149 says “Tryndamere isn't too terrible. He can get his Lethatl Tempo off quick and his spin is annoying, but if you play your trades right he'll be easy to beat. If he goes even you can still scale into mid or late with your 2 knock ups, 2 slows, and Tenacity reduction”
BloodyDream81 says “Match up très simple, ne l'affronte pas dans les 2 premiers niveaux, et ensuite c'est totalement gratuit, freeze la lane pour le forcer à s'avancer, et si il se positionne mal, ou pire utilise son E pour venir au CAC, détruit le tout simplement.
Une fois qu'il est niveau 6, sont R lui fournit une invincibilité durant 5 secondes, pendant qu'il est invincible, ralentit le avec ton Z, et maintient une distance à laquelle il ne peut pas t'auto attack, tout en le suivant, quand il reste 1 à 2 secondes avant la fin de son ulti, utilise ton A ou une Auto attack pour remettre le passif, cela devrait le finir malgré le heal de son A.
Astuce : Les tabi ninja et de l'anti heal rendent le match up très simple.
A noter : Plus la game progresse, plus il devient dur de le 1 vs 1, prend beaucoup d'avance en début de partie pour éviter ce problème.”
Dantheman81 says “Tryndamere is tough to play against from my experience. He can match your splitpush ability and dueling with his ultimate. If he takes ignite do not attempt to fight him without jungle help or you will more than likely die. However, if you get an early lead, make sure to rush tabi or bramble vest and you'll do fine until he gets a lot of items. This will be a pushing game for sure.”
Alan234 says “Used to be an easy matchup. Now even. You have two options: 1. Stand your ground with ignite and electrocute/PTA and try to kill him. 2. Go phase rush with ghost/ignite (preference) and kite him. I prefer the second option. Use your q once he e's into you and kite back into your tower. Place defensive shrooms so that you can kite him. Go seekers armguard (into zhonyas later on) and sorc/tabis (preference). Do 3 points into Q, followed by E max. If you max q you can go into a bush and legit stealth in front of him if he used his e. Lategame try to kite him and get his ult out, then go into zhonya to refresh your Q cooldown. This way you can legit win mid/lategame.”
Feedaboi says “has high dmg due to his passive giving him crit chance, in this lane look to trade with him when his fury bar is low, lvs 3-5 is when u have an advantage in this lane, look to punish him when he wastes his e or if he has low fury. Once he hits 6 you have to be careful since he can turn a fight very easily with his ult. ”
Twiggymocha says “As long as you play smart he will not be able to kill you and you can zone him with your kit. He has the ability to spin out of your q which could be annoying so pay attention if it is down and take advantage of it.”
Xplor says “I played too many times against Tryndamere on top and rarely one beats me down.
He will have to be in meele's range to farm, therefore, you can poke with your Ghouls and your E as much as possible.
Don't go all-in after level 6 when he have full hp, full rage bar and ulti on because he can take you down.
On mid and late game, you can win against him but he can take you down in seconds if he managed to take some kills and build some items.”
Darrkescru says “Tryndamere e quase irelia se você bobear você morre, use impeto gradual e mantos de nimbus sempre compre tabi ninja e so troque com ele apos lvl 2, sempre que ele te dar all in corra para tras de um cogumelo proca o impeto e caita ele ”
Omega Zero says “Unlike Jax, he can't dodge/stun you, but instead he can survive your onslaught of attacks for at least 5 more seconds (Assuming he activates Undying Rage in time), if this happens, run away but not too far so you can actually kill him the moment he runs like a chicken after calling you one. Alternatively you could just meditate if you can survive/chase down Trynda so you can keep your E @ R active.”
Alzeidx says “at level 1, try to zone him from cs, if he gets close, W him when u have 50 fury and walk away, do not go for extended trade or he will kill you level 1 if he gets enough fury. at level 3 u can go for short trades if he have fury, care for his W, if he does not have fury go for extended trade if u 100% sure u can kill him
SpyDaFX says “at level 1, try to zone him from cs, if he gets close, W him when u have 50 fury and walk away, do not go for extended trade or he will kill you level 1 if he gets enough fury. at level 3 u can go for short trades if he have fury, care for his W, if he doesnt have fury go for extended trade if u 100% sure u can kill him. press the attack is recommended but go conqueror if u have to (enemy comp), and rush tiamat and tabbies.”
WayOfTheTempesst says “This matchup is annoying because unlike other matchups where you learn how much damage the champion can do at each level, Tryn is just RNG. Sometimes he can crit you 3 times and you just automatically lose the all in lvl 2 or sometimes he can crit 0 times and you just hard win it. Basically you want yo play the matchup like its going to be the worst case scenario and expect him to crit more than hes supposed to or else you will die a lot in this matchup. Kiting is key in this matchup especially the lower hp he gets because the lower hp = the more damage he does to you.when he W then Es on you that is when you kite through minions and poke him with Q while he chases you. Post 6, as soon as you get his ulti out, again kite away to minions until it runs out then try to get in range to finish him. This is the only other lane I would get Tabis in just because all his damage is auto attacks.”
Speed_Fire2 says “Tryndamere is a skill match up in every sense of the word, Try to Save your ult for when hes low on health, this usually will pull out his Ult early, And he will have to either try and attack you, or run away, Be careful of his level 2 engage if he has ignite!”
TotallyEclipse says “He'll rng crit you, you outdamage him early, especially if you can trade him while his fury is lower. If you get ahead early, you'll snowball. Trynd players like to play hyper aggressive so don't let him auto you for free. Save your q for when he spins away then run him down. ”
Dedrick says “He's able to heal through your poke with his Q. He beats you in extended trades. He'll easily dive you with his R unless you're able to get and Empowered W on him under tower and hope to outlast his ult.”
MarKoXGOD says “Tryndamere is one of the hardest match-ups you can get.
With his Q, he can heal back the damage you can poke him from afar.
With his W, he can slow you while retreating and also hinder your damage.
With his E he can close the distance so you are stuck in melee range and also can damage you with it, and don't even get me started on his ultimate...”
JuarezLOL says “very tricky match up because he can get over you if you make 1 mistake just do not trade at lvl 1 trade at lvl 2
without using your Q for gap closing before using E just stick close to him do not let him get cs and freeze the wave”
HermezAraBird says “Even if you are winning him, his split psuh and scaling in mid game is stronger than yours, even if you have a lead over him he will always be a threat, try to get early kills, help your team with objectives and dont let him snowball.”
ACE4291 says “this is only minor due to his Ult
he can heal which is annoying but his ult is the biggest issue.
i recommend swallowing him when he ults... wastes time and saves your life. OMEN is recommended for items”
DirtyDishSoap says “Take ignite, maybe rush an Exec too for good measure. You want to wait for him to spin to you, but it likely won't matter if he runs Ghost and Flash. You can beat him early, but once Trynd starts getting items, it's unlikely you'll ever win a duel against him.”
Mr. Popper says “Tryndamere relies on lucky crits to win the early game. Respect his Spin and the chance of him Critical Striking you and the lane is easy. you can kite him easily until he gets a lot of CDR in which you shouldn't try to fight him anymore unless you are very far ahead. I recommend taking either Fleet Footwork or Grasp into him.”
report singed ty says “Can't win this one. If you proxy he gets insanely strong off of farm. If you roam he takes all your towers before you can even recall. If you 1v1 him post 6 he will win every single time. If you try and lane he gets to decide when he wants you to die and you can NOT get out of it.
This isn't to say no singed player wins against tryndameres, just that they only ever win because the tryndamere wasnt good. You are completely at the mercy of their bad plays to get by this one.”
gladiatorrr4 says “You can poke tryndamere very well when he is trying to get some cs.
Take advantage of him being meele.
Pasherush is very good to counter his slow. He can't really fight you below 6.”
HIGH TEST TOP88 says “Can be a bit rough, respect his combat summoners (trynd usually goes ignite flash, ignite ghost or flash ignite) and keep them in mind, bully him early and stay ahead.
f you time your E right, you can pull him if he tries to dash away.
Timesoul977 says “It's mainly his R that counters Pantheon and many other champions if you want to poke him don't let him get farm because his E will regenerate his health and would be a wast of mana.”
Shoqi says “Caso o Trynda venha correndo para cima de você. Use o E para correr do E e W dele. Se ele continuar use o W para se afastar e dar um dano considerável nele.
Na TF é só combar ele com CC e ele não faz muita coisa. É trabalho seu para-lo durante a TF com seu CC.”
TrinityForceYasuo says “Punish him early as much as you can level 2 should be yours. Level 1 might be kinda lame if he gets 1-2 crits off. So if you want to be safe go for the level 2 trade. Try to kill him before level 6 so you can have a decent amount of damage to out trade him by stats and if you play it right its gonna be even easier. Level 6 when he ults dash around the minions and kite till his ult is over and then if he comes back or tries to run the last second or 2 go back in and kill him if you have the amount of hp to survive in case he tries to turn it around on you.”
Subject3 says “trynd is easy to build against, simply get omens and see his damage fall enough for you to never worry about him again.
but while tahm kench out counters him early to even late game, he can still be very scary if he somehow got more kills by roaming or even by killing you thanks to a gank.
Discord Rengar Mains says “Snowball lane, but tipped significantly in his favor. Early game is somewhat manageable, since you can be just as aggressive as he is and he can't do much to retaliate, but if he gets a lucky crit you will instantly begin losing the trade and you will have to retreat, which is annoying. He is also very safe because of his E+Q, which means that if he has enough Fury he can just use W to reduce your AD, fight you a bit, E away if he is losing the trade, heal with Q, and repeat. The MOMENT he gets 6 this matchup starts going downhill and it doesn't stop because his R is just 5 seconds to freely fuck you over, and when he gets essence reaver and stinger he will beat the absolute shit out of you. The problem with tryndamere is that his crit mechanics make it a very random matchup early, and if left alone he can just splitpush to his heart's content, and since as rengar your peel is limited and your W only really counters burst, if he isn't super behind in the late game he will always win. You can set him behind if played correctly though, so there is that.
Ignite works fine but you will have to time it well after 6, if you really want to screw him over in general just use exhaust, which will significantly decrease his DPS. Runes depend on whetever or not you think you can reliably kill him early game, but conqueror is good and grasp gives you good early but allows you to go stasis.”
VictorDelRey says “Bullshit matchup. He is stronger than you on dueling, he is stronger on splitpushing and will mop you on lane. Pray that he is bad. Focus heavily on teamfighting and relying on your team. Or simply dodge.”
bushman847 says “A easy champ to deal with on paper yet in game can be impossable for so champs, but here you come in, when he ults, you e him, next ult him do not proc the e, after you ult ends proc the stun on you e, after all this you e should be low cd or up e him proc the stun BOOM thats over 4 secs of hard cc now his max rank ult has less than 1 sec till its ends.”
Asoreth says “I really despise Tryndamere, but he really isn't that hard to win against. A Trynda player will look for plays under your tower with his ult, Shen luckily has one of the best kits to counter that, just be smart, and do not underestimate. Always take Teleport against him, he'll look to splitpush as all Trynda players do.”
Anyerlaw says “Si el tryndamere aprovecha su furia para pokearte con los criticos y no te deja farmear, no vas a poder ganarle la línia. Pero si el tryndamere juega safe o te tiene miedo, aprovechas eso para pokearle y conseguir la primera kill y ya sacarle ventaja.”
Anonbroh says “Tryndamere has an amazing early game, since most of his items are very expensive he won't snowball very well if he doesn't get early gold
Never go in on Tryndamere as he will usually win a 1v1 on you.”
Dannala says “He sustains your poke and got his spin to escape but besides that he does not have a lot to show for until he gets some items. He does however hit hard if his rage is filled up so try to pick fights right after he uses his Q. You can Rappel the most part of his ultimate and then fight him but it's gonna be tough in both lane and the jungle. If you play with ignite and a burst build you can poke him easier to trigger his ult earlier then ignite rappel as late as possible then land when the ult ends and Q.”
ShinyEmo says “My ban %95 of the time. His ultimate and crit damage is annoying. You will have more damage but be careful. If he ults, just flee but make sure he is in your Q's range. When his Ult finishes, use your Q. ”
Loki029 says “I hate this Champ, don t even bother slencing him before ult he can use it while stiun silence thro up etc, (Hint: try to poke him early-DON T trade he will win them, try to surprise him with a jungler and a ult so he maybe will misspredict his ult and do it too late or too early, 3th bann after irelia or olaf”
AkenoSenpai says “this guy is literally a diceroll. this match up is basically a wave management game, if he has stacks up you won't beat him. let the wave push to you, build up ur stacks and slowpush. if his rage bar gets down, do not let him touch the wave and just all in him with your 5 stacks whenever he gets close. Match up is still in favor of tryndamere as its more about him messing it up then you outplaying him really. Also even if you manage to kill him early and build up lead, he can eventually still be able to kill u once he gets enough dmg.”
shinsuky says “Verry good match up but IN EARLY GAME, don't waste, trynda is really strong at level 6 ! After his 2 items, he would be abble to beat you, so try to harassing him the most possible in early game !”
StephanBJ says “Push hard but watch out for his passive and try to kill him before lvl 6 if you don't then you should call for help from your jungler because his Ultimate (Undying Rage) let him becomes immune to Death for 5 seconds”
lugzinho says “Trynda just needs to pray for the crits that his passive gives him randomly and he'll either win a trade with a triple crit at level 3 or just loose a trade hard if his RNG isn't good.
Just all-in him at level 3 and your W should do the work for early game damage (or not...)
Randuin's is a good buy into Tryndamere.”
Thr3shPrinc3 says “This is one of those lanes where you will win early game, but as soon as he gets level 6 you are screwed. . . Even though you beat him early I recommend taking a Cull since you are only going to be farming once he gets level 6. He scales insanely well into both mid and late game so try to not fight him as far as possible and hope your jungler ganks when his ultimate is on cooldown. This is definetly one of the harder matchups for Thresh so be careful.”
ForgottenProject says “Watch his rage bar, and don’t fight him if it’s close to full
Parry is a MS and AS debuff, so Parry one of his AAs and then bully him
Take Nimbus Cloak vs Tryndamere in order to kite his R
If he has ghost with sorcery tree be safe, he has nimbus cloak and will get really fast”
superacewolf says “Don't go near him early because he can crit you down and they usually bring ignite. Grasp is good against him since you don't want long trades, try getting some HP and Armor to get effective HP. W max is pretty good against him. Try to freeze the wave on your side. ”
Trash Collector says “Tryndamere has decent trading power due to it's passive and W critical chance and damage and he can lower your damage with his W. After level 6 Tryndamere has high kill pressure on you due to his R the best way is to play safe dont take bad trade and kite him as much you can take iginite instead of teleport if you have to.”
Pedrokis says “Ele pode ser realmente chato já que ele pula em você com o E e pode te dar slow se você tiver de costas pra ele e ele usar o W. / É uma lane que deve se jogar no poke com o Q e no harass, evitando ir pra cima muito doido, principalmente se ele tiver com fúria perto de uns 60% pra cima. / Quando ele usar ult, você só ganha dele se você tiver Dança da Morte quase fechada e também tiver ultado, por que a cura aumentada da sua ult é a única coisa que pode salvar ali. / Recomendo que rushe Colete Espinhoso e Tabi caso ele pegue vantagem.”
Braddik says “He'll rng crit you, you outdamage him early, especially if you can trade him while his fury is lower. If you get ahead early, you'll snowball. Trynd players like to play hyper aggressive so don't let him auto you for free.”
NoxianBlood says “Tryndamere is known for his intensive split pushing and destroying objectives, and when he gets infinity edge and Statik and phantom dancer, he might one-shot you even if you have a lot of resistance, don't fight him when he has a lot of fury it will give him more critic chance and heal a chunk back, he's annoying to deal with, so if you lose because of him just ban him the next game.”
EnchantedCat says “dodge
On a serious note, Tryndamere is a hard match-up because he will be able to kill you at mainly all stages of the game. He can pressure you off farm just at Level 1, can kill you post 6 since his R duration is longer than yours, has better sustain and scales well with CDR. This matchup is ban worthy since Tryndamere will always be a better split pusher than you are and will just run you down. You can win this by playing off his mistakes but otherwise it's a really difficult matchup.”
Split King says “You should treat tryndamere a bit like you treat yasuo. He is hard to deal with early, but if you make sure not to feed him any kills you will eventually become too tanky for him to handle.”
BeautifulWinter says “Save ult for him to all in you. If he does try to land an E/break his spirit. This should give you enough time to begin running away.
A Phage is a really good first back against him for the extra speed it grants. Using Fleeted Footwork will also grant additional speed to be used to flee his ult.
He has great trading early and will be able to lvl 1 kill you if you play too aggressive.
Wait until 6 to fight him.”
XRVG says “This is a matchup which requires you to focus. You have to time your abilities and dashes well. Playing around his ultimate is key. You have to bait his ult and keep distance and then kill him with burn/Ignite after it runs out.”
Big Belly Bop says “High damage, can chase, Low CD gap closer, long slow, invulnerability. Poke him and try to get as much stacks as possible. Don't walk up too far and keep watch on his fury, if he's high on fury he will probably all in you. E out and root him. Flash + TP/Exhaust/Barrier, Doran's Blade + 1 HP, Gotta Blast! rune page. ”
ExfIamed says “As long as you take bone plating and W his autos in a fight, try to hit level 6 first and keep him off minions and away out of exp range if its possible, if he doesnt have his rage built up he cant touch you. But if you went even with him and he hits 6, watch out you're more than likely just gonna get dove by him cause his ult has 0 counterplay, however if he doesnt i find myself flash q ulting in an incredibly fast manner before they have time to react and they dont expect it.”
9690 says “This lane is hard, not only does Trynd always take ignite, which is really effective against Morde, but he trades hard against us. He's also capable of fighting us post 6 and winning. Focus on an early ninja tabi pick up and avoid his early all-ins with a full rage bar. If he spins into you to trade, stand in minions and pull him back in on the way out and punish him with Q + minion damage.”
GenuinelyPolish says “Late game he can shred you 1v1, but w/ max cd you can easily stun lock his ult in jungle. They super nerfed Poppy's e, but it still offers a 2 second stun every 7 seconds so really that's 5 seconds of down time.”
Loevely says “RNG champ that I hate. Personally I have never struggled vs Tryndamere. I go Fleet and make sure to abuse him when he doesn't have his E or Q up. He's hard to kill but you have the tools to lock him down and kill him. Ignite is recommended, too. ”
LuxIsMyCrush says “meh, if hes not fed hes not problem, if he comes for dive try to q him before he attack you, i cant say exactly when, usually depend how he will do it, is he alerdy close to you, he need to use his E to get close, he probably will die even with his ult anyway if you play it good, maybe you will need and ignite in last seconds of ult, cause the coward will E away when realise he can't kill you.”
Defensivity1 says “Against tryndamere the grasp page is a must, if you do not base at either level 4 or 5 to buy yourselve 2 cloth armors and then tp back to lane he could towerdive you as soon as he hits 6, potentially worthy of a ban.”
Quezel says “It may be controversial but I think Tryndamere is quite easy. Early game you respect his fury bar and use your shield to get favorable trades into him. After you get seekers tabi and wardens mail he will do absolutely nothing to you until a few more items so use this time to walk all over him. After he gets a few more items finish randuins and zhonyas if you need to 1v1 him in the sidelane as without them he will go back to slaughtering you under tower. High flat AP is good here as tryn will build no defensive items so the faster you can burst him down to force his ult the less time he will have to bust through your armor.”
mightydylan101 says “You can punish trynd for CS but be sure to be far enough back as he can spin through the minions and use his slow to easily kill you. Watch his fury level as he will attempt to trade/all in once the fury gets full. Don't put your self into risky kills as his ult can easily turn the fight. Never try to tower dive because again, his ult will ruin you. Be sure to remember he can be invincible so even when you think he's going to die he wont.”
ProgettoYorick says “tryndamere is doable to beat. Since during my journey with yorick I met few of them, I can tell you that at the beginning you will be on par, use the strength of your hits with intelligence.
OTP tip: At level 6 you will make the difference, never engage without your r. Time his R will lead you to certain victory.”
ScythedS says “Trade with him when his fury is down.He relies on lucky Crits early on to beat you.Poke him early levels and try get lvl 6 before him and attempt an all-in.If you've been poking well early on,you should kill him easily.Before attempting the all-in,make sure his E is down.If it's not,you can try and stop his dash with your E but its hard to pull off”
Xelaadryth says “Trynd can't close with you since you'll just stun him out. Auto attack him a lot and he'll be sad. Once you hit 6 though, you have to be a lot more careful of his all-in since he can dps for so much longer. Keep a mark on him to make sure you can slow him with Rylai's and W when he decides to chase or escape.”
Skarner Main says “If you go for 45% cdr this guy will have a rough time just e stun him run away repeat
if he ults and still got his q up wait abit til his r is about to fall of then just ult him your r will kill him”
Lasoor says “[General] Tryndamere can beat Yorick easily. Everything about Yorick's strategy is countered by the fact that Tryndamere can get out of Yorick's traps, deal massive damage, and refuse to die. The best way to fight him is to kite him. You poke with your Q, keep him off you with your W and E, and use your ultimate to hurt him over time. Eventually he will lose if you can keep him off you. Never try to just slap fight him, you will lose. ”
sauronkaiser says “Just next to jax, biggest Yorick´s counter. If he is good, you are fucked. I usually dodge if i see this in the enemy team after picking yorick.
Try to respect his damage, poke his mobility and calculate correctly his ult timer.”
OneMustFall says “You actually win trades early pretty hard. Ignite at the end of his ult to finish kills on him. Just make sure you kite properly and respect his range cause you don't want to go melee form against this guy.”
TerryTheWolf says “The key to lane against this guy with Yorick is to retaliate when ever he tries to auto attack you with an AA+Q in order to equalize the HP level of you and him as much as possible and making to make less pokes and bullies.”
Jnewbringspain says “Similar to Jax, but maybe slightly more annoying because you'll have to be careful when you ult. If he ults right before you do, you've wasted your ult. Bait his ult, or use yours a little earlier than usual.”
BearRider says “After some experiences against Tryndamere, buy Randuin´s omen, Ninja Tabi then Thornmail as soon as possible. With Heil Blades, W and shields you are much stronger than him. You do not have to be feared of his critical strikes. I recommend to take Exhaust to just keep him from killing you after he uses his ultimate. But if you do so, he will split push when you gank someone with your R and you canˇt come back to lane so fast. The thing you should be afraid of.. is his E (jump) which still deals damage when you press your W. You need to think twice before you press R to help someone.”
Hamstertamer says “Snowbally matchup, but it advantages you. Watch out for his full rage bar and stay out of his dash range, play more aggro and trade him at low rage so he can't stack it up on creeps. Kite his ulti with your slow and/or ghost which is great in this matchup. Items like frozen heart and early randuin's are pretty solid here.”
ineptpineapple says “Awful matchup just everything about him is awful. Just try to do the same thing we have spoken about with people like pantheon kite back if he engages and poke and ult him to try and kill him. Remember about his stupid undying and try to take that into account before trying to kill him.”
AsomeSonic says “don't let him hit you early, crits hurt early, bamis into ninja tabi into randuins omen takes care of all your problems, if he e at you press w, press w near walls to block his escape, forces flash or death, q him during his ult to wait it out while keeping him at bay”
Polkadog says “I can't tell you how much I hate this Beyblade, Nordic edition. He can just spin out of your W and most likely will come towards you. He can kill your ghouls faster than anything so they will just give him EZ gold. His W will be a death sentence to you since you can't do ANYTHING to get him off you. Spare your W if he decides to engage you with his spin. Play safe and pray for ganks.
I'd prefer you'd most of the time ban him, since he's not very dependent on skill unlike Garen or Renekton”
blunderr says “Tryndamere can be scary because of his invincibility but if you save your Q for when he's going to run you down you should be safe, you should also use your shrooms to slow him down as much as possible for you to get to your tower when you notice he's going to all in you.”
sir monsieur says “Same thing as Pantheon with the difference that his approach ability E is a skillshot and he has no ranged pokes but has healing from his Q. The only way to survive his tower dive is to land your R and Power Chord E correctly and most probably also use your Flash.
Read matchup details below.”
EpicDan01 says “Tryndamere has very high damage throughout the game. Early game be very careful of a level 2 all-in as he can kill you and snowball. You will be more useful late game as long as you watch the side lanes for his split pushing.”
Poppu says “Build and stack Armor and HP items, Tryn with ignite is usually dangerous and they tend to hard shove to get to your turret, I suggest freezing waves and don't trade when his bar is red because he will have higher DPS due to crit passive.”
MeliMeliDH says “Tryndamere can be a difficult matchup, seeing as he has good sustain. If he gets rolling early with a jungle gank, he's going to be very difficult to deal with.
In this matchup i'd recommend getting Ninja Tabi -> Kindlegem immediately, and get a bramble vest to reduce the healing from his Q.
Utilize your early levels to poke him down and get him low, but be ware of ganks, as a Tryndamere lane is very often duo with jungler, or gets a lot of jungle attention.
Put 3 points into your Q, then max your shield. You should focus your trading around his W(chicken slow) and E(spin2win). These are his tools to gapclose. If he runs at you, you should try to kite him back without using abilities, as you want him to use his first.
Once he uses his W on you, immediately W him once he's in range, but don't mantra W, then kite back with your q and aa's.
If he spins at you, you should speed yourself up, as he will most likely try to slow you with his W right after. This is where you should start your root on him, and Mantra Q him. Since his E has around 8 second CD, this is your window to poke him down.
I'd recommend running Exhaust in this lane, unless you're very confident against Tryndamere.”
SoulHero says “EASY MATCHUP IF YOU CAN PLAY WELL. Dont let him build rage by zoning him lvl 1 or poke him if he goes for minions, your flip can cancel his, so flip him at an angle, outtrade him lvl 1, YOU MUST ZONE HIM or he gonna start scaling, DORANS BLADE BONE PLATING. Later into the game, you get outscaled when he reaches full build. The best way to win >lvl 6 fights is to ULT HIM WHILE HE IS ABOVE 25% HEALTH. GET IT TO AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO 25% WITHOUT GOING PAST. THEN YOU DMG HIM TIL HE ULTS, AT THE END OF YOUR ULT, IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY PULL HIM IN, BY THE TIME HE ULTS, YOU SHOULD BE PUTTING DISTANCE, YOUR ULT LAST AROUND SAME TIME AS HIS, IF YOU PUT ENOUGH DISTANCE, HIS ULT WILL RUN OUT WHILE YOU ARE PULLING HIM IN AND YOU KILL HIM. If you ult too late it will instant reel and be useless. Second alternative is get him low run away and snipe him with ult.”
litboijustinx says “Pre-6, Jayce should be able to trade rather easily as you are able to knock him back when he uses E to get near you. After 6 is where things start to get a little tricky. If you didn't get a lead in the earlier levels, it becomes much harder to win this matchup as his ult lasts long enough to rip you apart”
Super_Cat says “Tryndamere can dash to you which makes aatrox's first 2 q-s hard to hit.
If you ult in a fight with him he'll just proc his ult and most likely survive until your ult ends and then he'll just slap you to death.”
Lynboe says “Tryndamere est un cas particulier qui au fur et à mesure du temps passer à jouer Darius vous paraitra insignifiant.
Trynda ne peut s’épanouir lorsque vous créé un freeze proche de votre tourelle cependant s'il arrive au maximum de sa fury, il pourrait vous all-in et à ce moment seul la RNG des crit déterminera qui sortira vainqueur de ce duel.
L’attraper lorsqu’il essaye de vous trade avec sa balafre, à ce moment il n’aura plus aucun moyen de s’échapper.
CEPENDANT il faut faire attention à son ultimate, mais lorsque Tryndamere utilise son ultimate il suffit d’une simple AA après 1,5 seconde avec votre passif au maximum pour qu’il se vide de son sang une fois son ultimate terminé.
Le rush Tabi Ninja est fortement conseillé face à lui.
Protector Keppo says “Good gap closer.High damage form a small distance.His ultimate counters your passive heal. Laning against a tryndamere is impossible. Bramble vest first item is a good choice to minimize his healing”
Jnewbringspain says “Tryndamere is easy since almost all of his damage comes from basic attacks. Counter Strike counters him hard. Beware at early levels though, he will crit you if his fury bar is full. I would take Counter Strike first in this matchup. ”
messketchup says “Be aggressive early, maybe ignite or ghost flash to stick to him, also sitting in a bush you know he will walk into before minions spawn is great. Before 6 is obviously when you want to kill him.”
EvilOranges says “D-Blade. Very easy matchup. You have disengage with Hammer Form E, engage with Hammer form Q, and so much poke. When he engages with Q combo him in melee form then E him away and cannon form him.”
PandaSenpai101 says “Against Tryndamere, you have to get a minion lead, and bully him off of cs, as his Fury is the only way for him to deal major amounts of damage. If he starts stacking his Fury, and especially if it's at full. do not fight him. He has a 35% crit chance level 1, if he has full Fury. The best thing to do after he has R, is to use your R, and then burst him down quickly. After he uses his ultimate, run with Q, and flash in, or Q in when his R is over.”
Devitt45 says “Bait how his slow, heal, and fight him when he just used his dash. Try to stop him from csing, but also try not to get hit. If he ults, don't use your ult, and just start running and stalling, and if he stays, use your ult to finish him off just in case. Getting a bramble vest early will also help, but you WILL have to sell it afterwards.”
Jnewbringspain says “Would be manageable if he didn't have so much sustain. You can survive a lot of skirmishes with him with your W, but his cooldown is lower than yours and you'll never be able to kill him due to his sustain and ultimate.”
Prince Afghan says “Tryndamere can be one of the hardest matchups. He can spin onto you and destroy you in the early game and has the potential to dive you with the jungler after 6. Your main goal should be to survive early and try to match his splitpush. If it comes down to a race, A Yorick with Maiden and ghouls can push faster than a Tryndamere with several items but you never want to risk it.”
Lil Tidepod says “Tryndamere is the kind of champion you'll want Randuin's Omen against. Early, he won't do too much damage, but it can stack up really hard late game, especially if he has a few items. If his rage is up, I don't recommend fighting him too much, as he'll win all long trades. He can dash out of your Q with his E, can heal as long as he keeps up basic attacks on minions for his rage, and his ultimate makes him unkillable for a short time. Not to mention his pretty strong attack damage decrease ability (W), too. Keep in mind if he uses his W and your back is turned it not only decreases your attack damage but also slows you. Call for jungle help as much as possible before level 6. The earlier you can mess him up and get a CS lead, the better you will fare.”
zygiux says “If you feed him you can already just FF at 15 because at this point the way to win this match is hoping that ur mid or adc gets fed or your team has a ton of cc. But if you actually go in and he ults try to get near minions and dash as much as you can so he would waste his R and you could kill him.”
iam2sxy1 says “deny early game as much as possible. when reaching level 6 you'll be able to deny his ultimate as if he comes in with his e you can place a trap and blinding him which allow you to deal damage while he is slowed you can use your w to move further to deny him further damage and it should be easy game from there =]”
ImpossibleLogic says “You can poke him and disengage perfectly early game meaning you can zone him really well and he shouldn't be any trouble. Just watch out for his all in potential at 6 and you should win against Tryndamere most times.”
Prezibogen says “-His Ult is kinda annoying to play against. Do not Ult when he is almost dead, because he will use his ult then. Ult at the beginning of the fight,
-When you are stronger, keep your e for the end of your ult, so he cant e away,
GrGamingTeo says “This is all about early level aggression. If you non-stop farm he wil have his rage bar full and he will absolutely destroy you. So the secret here is not to push the wave but spam your auto q combo on him the run to the brush to drop the minion aggro and repeat untill you she a kill apportunity. Don't push the wave under his tower because he will have a full rage bar ank come back an kill you”
DrMoneybags says “Tryndameres will almost always take ignite into games, so I suggest you do the same. Early on, try and force fights when he has no fury built up. If you can pressure the lane harder early and get lvl 2 or 3 before him, you can grab an early kill or blow his flash. Lategame Trynd will be very annoying to splitpush against unless he's very behind, so I suggest you get your support and ADC do deal with him and kite him out while you get objectives elsewhere.”
Qubert64 says “Trade when he doesnt have his rage. Make him burn it to heal. Repeat. Block autos. Wait for inevitable turret dive. stall. Dont even bother taunting if he dives you. Use it to keep him under turret whne he tries to disengage.”
kubsak26 says “You are a counter to him. He have only on movment ability witch you can easily interrupt. Also this ability has longer cooldown than your e q combo because of that you can abuse him with unavoidable poke. And despite his sustain you can poke him effectively because of how squishy he is.”
Speedy the dart says “Go aftershock-ghost. His R is pretty effective against yours. Your goal is to delete his healthbar then stall out his R duration with aftershock and ghost. Go randuins late game.”
OnionMilkshake says “you can poke him and disengage perfectly early game meaning you can zone him really well and he shouldn't be any trouble just watch out for his all in potential at 6 and you should win against Trynd most times
Jomppe says “ [General] Tryndamere can beat Yorick easily. Everything about Yorick's strategy is countered by the fact that Tryndamere can get out of Yorick's traps, deal massive damage, and refuse to die. The best way to fight him is to kite him. You poke with your Q, keep him off you with your W and E, and use your ultimate to hurt him over time. Eventually he will lose if you can keep him off you. Never try to just slap fight him, you will lose.”
Khazem says “Another champion that you should look to abuse as hard as possible early on and will have to completely avoid once he gets more items. At least for a good while you should have a big edge on him and regardless of whether or not you can kill him, you can still build an experience and gold lead big enough to stay ahead for a long time. Push him under his turret and pressure him while he's trying to pick up farm.”
GameKillerzCrew says “Depending on enemy runes and how good the player is, Tryn is a beast. Go in against him with everything up. When you have him all the way down and he uses his ult to stay alive, simply meditate, then start attacking again. ”
Maverickov says “His ult is better than yours before level 11. He also out-sustains and out-damages Mundo early. Hard to kite as well due to his E. However, if you rush a Randuin's and a tabi's he's completely useless.”
ApexDresden says “He shouldn't be much of a threat in all honesty, you just poke him with your abilities and out-trade him. You have a similar ultimate ability towards him but yours is better so you should generally win.”
Tokor says “Vous vous en sortez bien, très bien même. C'est simple, Tryndamere fait la même chose que vous sauf que c'est un mêlée. Vous avez donc l'avantage du poke et de la range. Soyez juste prudent en early mais ça, vous commencer à avoir l'habitude x)”
ElleryTheViking says “This can really go either way. To reduce that risk, I generally just run straight for tabis and thornmail then into my usual build. Sure you'll do less damage, but he wont be able to kill you, while you'll still have a chance. Pre 6 dont let him cs, if his fury is low he cant fight. Every time he runs up to auto just abuse with Q and E and freeze lane. Sooner or later he'll have to come up to cs, and you'll dish out the hurt when he does. If he has full fury, try avoid contesting him until he shoves the cs under your tower and is forced to Q. ”
The Lost Drawing says “Le ganas el 'early game' facil pero en 'late game' corres riesgo de que te mate por su alto daño y curación.
>>> En TF no puede hacer mucho (solo que no tenga tu equipo CC ahi si, estan fritos alv)
>>> Le 'poqueas' con tu 'Q' y tu pasiva, y le cancelas su 'E' con tu 'W'”
Samas says “All of his damage comes from his auto attacks, and you have a perfect tool to counter that - your E. Walk up and start bashing him, when he uses his spin, go in on him and stunt him, dont activate the stun early as it will give greater ammount of time for you to block his autos. Play aggressive.”
E61K says “Go Doran's Blade and Phase Rush. In this matchup you can't leash your Jungler top because you have to contest Conqueror and his Fury. Tryndamere usually tries to shove lane and get his Conqueror + Fury going and will try to spin on you once he has hit level 2 to trade with you. If he does that, disengage. Other than that the key to winning this match-up is to always force him to use his fury for sustain, rather than additional trading power. By trading with him and knowing wave management. Freezing the lane right outside your tower will leave his Fury bar depleted and Conqueror unready. I recommend Phase Rush against him since it allows you to choose if you want to fight him or not. Also go Nimbus Cloak against him so you can kite him after you ult him and he uses his ult.”
SwiftOblivion says “Strengths: Splitpushing, 1v1, Burst damage, Crit based. Weaknesses: Kitable, weak early, squishy. Not that difficult of a match up if you fight him while his rage bar is low. He doesn't have any major CC other than his shout which only last for a short period anyway, so your riposte should only be used to block an auto attack and apply your attack speed slow. In this matchup, obtaining an early lead can be done, and if so, the lane is essentially won and he won't be able to stop you for quite a while. Trouble arises when you fall behind and when the 5-6 Item late games rolls around where his crits might prove too much in an extended fight. If you block his Auto attacks and land your W, you essentially win every trade, if you miss and he’s on top of you, he wins pretty much every trade. Kite him post lv 6 because of his ultimate then come back in to finish the job.”
Miracle Matter says “Play safe when his Ulti is up and yours isn't. Respect his early E+Auto crit harass. Other than that, this is a fairly easy matchup. Keep him on a leash via your E-Slow, stunning him whenever he tries to engage on you, poking him whenever he attempts to go for farm. If he ever dives you, just use your own ulti, and bomb him. You can actually leave a bomb on him to kill him after his ult wears off. Once you have armor from Zz'Rot, the matchup is laughably easy. You can literally slow Tryn and then stand there laughing. If you feel like he's still too threatening, feel free to go the tanky alternative build, with Iceborne after Archangel's Staff, and even Tabi's if you'd like.”
Saiyan02 says “Pre level 6 you win traits unless he gets very many lucky fury crit shots. After level 6 be a litle bit careful with Tryndamere. if he ults and your both low R away him when he E into you and run away until his ult is gone and then you can E into him and he´s dead”
tristan125 says “Undying rage makes him invulnerable
to all attacks, giving him the chance to kill you easily without losing even a bit of health ( Use ki burst if he opens his undying rage, and run away until the duration ends)
drunken hunter says “Do the lvl 1 poke as i described in my Table of Contents, then the lvl 2/3 engage - but watch out for his passive crit that he gets by doing auto hits, if the red line under his health is low you can do better engages and take less dmg”
kkiskk says “It's an even match up, the one gets killed first will lose. Don't trade with him when he is full health AND has full rage bar. Try to fight him when his rage bar is not filled. If he wants to AA minions to fill the bar, punish him hard.”
Sion says “He outscales you but cannot peel for backline. Holds similar to matchups like Morde. Fight pre-6 and then roam. He cannot stop you and you can stop his splitpush by merely clearing the wave and then leaving.”
TSA_Exotic says “With his W to slow you, his E to gap close, and his ultimate to keep him alive a little longer he has a lot of potential to make your game a nightmare, especially if he gets ahead on you.”
TheNecromancerr says “Such a terrible matchup for Irelia, actually it's winnable, but you have to play extremely smart and safe and usually wait for jungler's help. The most important thing here is to make him waste his ult and make sure to fight him only when you have minions around you that can allow you to disengage and re-engage if needed.”
SkullNatoR says “Get tabi, omen pd and mallet in this game if you face him, post level 6 don't even think of pushing
ASK for gank, also you might get camped a lot in this matchup so take care and buy control wards
be aware of tryndamere infamous level 2 cheese. What he will do is fast push the first wave spin on the 7th minion get level 2 auto attack you twice ignite you and get first blood.”
Proxxecube says “Tryndamere, like Jax, is a scary late game hyper carry. Not to mention his free crits can screw you in a trade. Just stay safe, let him push to you and freeze the wave; try to deny him and CS, and call your jungler if he get's aggro. Late game in a 1v1, ult no matter what, then go for the vitals, don't try to kill him with it active. If he ults, your ult healing will keep you alive until it wears off. If you don't think you can fight him, don't try, because he can just make your day awful.”
mcasterix123 says “With Conqueror and Ignite, you need to, I repeat, NEED to give him some space the second that rage bar gets half way or so. Avoid letting him snowball, farm safely, and just wait for when you have enough durability to start trading with him. ”
TrickyMK27 says “Can Escape Yorick's Trap, Kite him.
Poke with your Q and keep him away with your W and E. Use Maiden (R) to hurt him and to keep him away while draining his HP over time. (Man Literally To Angry to Die) (Consider Ban)”
polarehare says “This build focuses on burst (some good after damage from W) so when this clash of clans troop busts his nut and ults, prepare to run, zhonya's, barrier, Q and dip. On the other hand, he relies heavily on his auto attacks, your E is your insurance there.”
Trixelkour says “Illaoi may be the queen, but Trynd's the King of 1v1. You're f*cked if you see this monster in your lane. Get Phase Rush or Glacial Augment to get away from him, also Protobelt if you're desperate. Play around team fights and stop him from spliting. You should be able to win if you pay attention to the map.”
heyitsRainex says “An auto attack champion can easily be countered with armor items such as Randuin's Omen, Thornmail, or Deadman's Plate. Stack armor and force Tryndamere to heal from his Q and that'll be your window of opportunity to tear him down.”
SirDeRp25 says “Anther Easy Match-up for Teemo, kite him and you should be fine, punish him when he last hits. If you do not manage to get ahead of him, he will be able to tower dive you lvl 6 onwards.”
E61K says “In my opinion the Yasuo against Tryndamere matchup is the definition of a coin flip lane. Almost all Tryndamere players take ignite instead of TP to have more kill pressure in lane. He shares a lot of similarities with Yasuo. Crit, based on auto attacks, resourceless, feast or famine champion and the list goes on and on. He will try to rush level 2 and then cheese you by using his E on you and praying to the RNG gods that he crits often enough to kill you with ignite. When he ults disengage and try to kite him, then reengage. When you build Frozen Mallet against him it will make it very hard for him to get to you. Tryndamere is a godly splitpusher when he is ahead and when he gets your tower he will steal your entire topside jungle with tiamat. So make sure to get the best out of your TP advantage and certainly make sure to have good back timings. If Tryndamere gets your tower before you get his he will most likely become a big problem.”
Omega best says “By far easiest matchup, use ignite and start long sword call early gank and try to kill him early, if so you will win and will be fed. build armor & attack damage and playsafe if low health and call for ganks if needed. Be careful once he gets lvl 6 he will 1v1 you but dont fall into his trap.”
Zachlikespizza says “The lane all depends on who gets the first kill. So look out for early cheese and you should gradually be able to out fight him. Make sure to e away instead of walking away so that he doesn't get the slow off.”
Mouadyam says “easy early on, just will be unfortunate if he gets a lot of early lucky crits. save your R lv 6 until his runs out, and try to kill him early as a tryndamere that is behind is very irrelevant. get a tabi to make things easier.”
Demon Lord AC0 says “Tryndamere can out damage you very easily, and dodge your tornados with his E. And once he does, he will engage on you with E and then W. Turn to Q+AA him once he does so you don't get slowed. The real issue with him is that you can't kill him after he gets his ult. So your best bet is to poke him as much as you can. Once he uses his Q for sustain you can trade, but be careful.”
HunterFreddy says “Tryndamere's biggest threat is his ult. When he uses it just E him away and wait it out until you can go in again and kill him. Beware of his spin because he can use it to get close to you.”
Eagled says “Because of Tryndamere's ulti and him taking ignite 99% of the time, it's very hard for Irelia to win a duel against him. I recommend combating fire with fire and taking also Ignite with you. Once he ults, try to kite his ult out by dashing through his minions. Not permaban-worthy since his pickrate is pretty low, still a cancer match up.”
Rading says “If you play it good he cant kill you as he has to walk into your boxes. When he has ult try to bait him into each box seperately so he waists time and ignite him as late as possible to get the kill.”
Mr Regular says “Give up hope
Either bait his ultimate, or sit under turret and ask for ganks
Either way, he will still outdamage you late game, and if your team doesn't have a consistent way to shut him down or lock him in one place, he will shred your armor like it's nothing
Somehow worse than Fiora”
joelblack says “Basically Jax but more damage and AS. He's harder, but the same strategy applies. Once he ballerina's in, jump away and chase him. A smart Trynd will slow you with W and then spin in, so keep your distance. As long as he doesn't get ahead, you will fuck him in the late game as Mega Gnar. Build tank and be safe. ”
Ashnard says “Trynd is pretty much an rng based lane early on, but post 6 its really important to force his ult at least 2 seconds before he forces your revive. Once he completes phantom dancer its pretty hard to outduel, so avoid laning against him unless there is no better alternative”
galvapheonix says “ Tryndamere is tough to play against from my experience. He can match your splitpush ability and dueling with his ultimate. If he takes ignite do not attempt to fight him without jungle help or you will more than likely die. However, if you get an early lead, make sure to rush tabi or bramble vest and you'll do fine until he gets a lot of items. This will be a pushing game for sure.”
Cyti says “Very dangerous adversary, because of his reliable long ranged dash and his high damage and wave clear. He is able to easily push you under tower and dive you at level 6. I recommend taking Stopwatch for your rune instead of Magical Boots to avoid being killed under tower. ”
DuskTheGolden says “Trynd is a Really simple matchup for you due to his reliance on AA's. You can harass him without taking poke in return, and he can't really do anything about you. You may want to max Q into him to be safe, but it shouldn't matter.”
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Tips Against Tryndamere in the Jungle Tips Provided by MOBAFire Guide Authors
KamiKZ says “Tryndamere is really hard to kill later into the game when he has r and crit items since he can kill you with a few autos and he can tank your damage with r. I recommend sneaking up on him by walking into a bush with R evolved and burst him, when he presses R you R or E away from him and try to kill him when his R is expired”
Polarshift says “Don't fight him when he has his fury, that's when hes the most dangerous. Take small trades instead and ask for a good gank. Personally I hate this matchup, but if you can deny him the stacking of his fury you win.”
SELORONIOS says “Don't engage much when his Ultimate is ready because you're usually not Tanky enough to survive. Use your E carefully as it can affect the useful duration of his Ultimate. Considerable ban if you're going Top.”
Suseri says “You can win lvl 1-2 but it can depends on luck since he has his crit thing. He has no mana so he can outsustain you which makes it pointless to trade only for poke. After that Tryn can be very hard to deal with so try to avoid fighting if possible. You can get more points in your W since he can't cancel it but if he brings ignite you should not. You can also bring exhaust against him, if you wanna be extra safe.”
chiefdonut says “A fed tryndamere can carry a game, but he shouldn't be too much to worry about. He wants to chase you for all ins, but your posion will slow him once you get rylais, and even if he manages to kill you, your poison can last until after his ults ends to finish him off. Much harder to face in lane than in jungle.”
Eggoman says “For some odd reason, I always seem to lose against Tryndamere jungle. His ultimate counters you very well and he has a lot of chase potential. I have really found no answer to playing against him so I would recommend punishing him early then avoiding fights post level 6.”
DarkArbalist613 says “Play off his Ult CD and the amount of time until its turns off(5 secs if you didnt know), then kill him afterwards. His slow can be pretty problematic and he can chase you. Make sure he isnt ahead.”
Nico449c says “Before level 6 you can easily beat him if hes passive is not stacked. he got one of the weakest ganks tho so you can easily beat him by outganking or counterganking him if he tries eventually invade him before level 6.”
briguy1109 says “Without R, he is nothing. Obviously, if you just stand there and auto attack him during his R he will win every time, no matter the items. If the enemy adc builds crit(Almost always), and/or he is on the same team as a Yasuo, build Thornmail and Streak's Gage. Meditate during his ultimate and you should win. ”
0kruemlmonster says “In my opinion Tryndamere is pretty broken right now. Early game he deals more damage than you, mid and late game you deal same damage. He has no mana, free crits and is a great splitpusher. Run away while his Ult is up. Definitely get a Life Steal item, Thornmail is good too.”
spacegamerking says “you have not nearly enough dmg to do anything about him, if he even have a little bit of lifesteal, don't 1v1 him
a way to deal with trynda, is too be more then 1, if you can hold him down while your ADC deal the dmg, safe you E for when he use his R it will give you some free time where he is stunned ”
AnimeWEeb says “Will absolutely shed you, stay away. His immortality R is stupidly broken, and Trynadamere players build crit and damage which will kill you very quickly. Try to build more tanky items and not just damage.”
wolfclaw3812 says “You cannot outdamage Tryndamere. You cannot outheal Tryndamere. If you attempt to do either in a one-on-one situation, you will die. If your laner is there, you will be massively hurt. If his laner is there, you will die. If both laners are there, you will die. ”
Nairyk says “Simply walks up to you and beats you to death.
Try freezing and let him push you in so you can team up with your jungler on him. Your ultimate wil automaticly grab him when his ult is low, he wont die from this. at level 1 or 2 he will most likely try to kill you, if you play this right with a corruption potion you have a lot of chance of taking him and capitalizing on this”
Chosokabe says “Pre 6, just be careful if he has a rage bar built up. The crits can potentially screw you over. Post 6 just stall out his ult, assuming that you have lifesteal at this point and he doesn't have ignite, you can win.”
quinceeeee says “Tryn cannot solo you before 6, but he CAN after 6, as you are likely to die before his R ends. Also, if you miss your E then it's over unless you flash to kill him. Try to get as much advantage as possible before 6, or you will never be able to catch him.”
XKhaimeraX says “Tryndameres will almost always take ignite into games, so I suggest you do the same. Early on, try and force fights when he has no fury built up. If you can pressure the lane harder early and get lvl 2 or 3 before him, you can grab an early kill or blow his flash. Lategame Trynd will be very annoying to splitpush against unless he's very behind, so I suggest you get your support and ADC do deal with him and kite him out while you get objectives elsewhere.”
LePlay says “He is a very powerful dueller early on and while his R can be a threat to the whole team, try to stun and slow him until it´s over. You can prevent him from catching up with his E by using your W. Getting armor could be quite useful”
Violzandre says “Be careful at level 6, if he use his R, just run xD use your R, your flash, everything that you need, and try to kill him when you're sure that he has his R in cd.
He can do a lot of dmg, maybe he can surpass yours, but that's why you have to FARM.”
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Tips Against Tryndamere in Middle Lane Tips Provided by MOBAFire Guide Authors
lkycch says “Master Yi 2.0! Zilean strives in teamfights, but this guy will split push for days. He can also join teamfights later and clean up your backline with ease! Very difficult to deal with if your team doesn't have on-click cc! Look to dodge in champ select if your team lacks the tankiness and cc to deal with him!”
PlayCabex says “very pain in the ass to play against , you might win like 5-10 mins , then he will just run it down and kill you, just farm your items, in late game , if you oneshot him before he uses ult , his dead ”
Phrxshn says “Save Fling and Mega Adhesive to prevent trades. Kite out his Undying Rage(R) then kill him. Avoid fighting him with full stack of Battle Fury(Passive) aka red indicator. If you're proxying beware of Tryndamere's Mocking Shout(W) as it will give him a bounty. Make sure you are not facing away from Tryndamere to prevent the slow from his Mocking Shout(Fling override his Spinning Slash or his E) (Mega Adhesive prevent his E from being cast) (Recommended Items: Thornmail or Morello's) (Outscaling Edge: Tryndamere) (Sustained 1v1 Trades: Even) ”
Scyrine says “THIS IS THE EASIEST MATCHUP. use every single ability except W when fighting him lvl 6, bait out his R, then use W, use your abilities to kill him and it should be free. A lot of people have trouble with this matchup and idk why, he cant see you in shroud and AA is most of his dmg. ”
Dr Eggmund says “Poke him through out level 1-5 and try and get an early kill on him. In this lane push as fast as you can to get level 2 first. Tryndamere can cheese kill you by gaining level 2 first so don't let it happen! At 6 he'll become annoying to play against but he is not invincible just be cautious when tower diving him after 6. Also late game don't fight him alone as you have no CC and his ult will allow him to out damage you.”
Impossible2Gank says “If he grabs a lead it'll be substantially hard in lane to do anything. He has the kit to engage and disengage and you can only hope he moves to your box zones but he isn't hard once you learn his patterns and limits.”
Sushi_Cat says “You will not out damage him in a 1v1 duel EVER. Death Realming him doesn't work either since he can E away from you or pop his ult to stall out the Death Realm timer. Try to get some cheesy kills on him early levels by pulling him into your tower. If that is not applicable, look for TP plays or just try to outfarm. ”
RikudouDovahkiin says “This is a skill match-up in my opinion, against a professional Tryndamere, laning phase may be extraordinary irritating compared to other laners such as Lissandra. His high critical chance and life-steal is a still viable threat to your presence and dominance at the lane. Building armor will be really useful against him since he is aa champion building something like thornmail will cause his own death. Try to survive his ulti then he is yours. You can poke easily at lane, building firstly tier 1 boots or even tier 2 is really essential against him. Ninja Tabis will work too. Also, you might want to take PR this is a match-up where Phase Rush is actually impactful. Because Electrocute gets wasted against his ulti while Phase allows you to chase/escape with added slow resistance against his W and mobility, a great tool of mobility, invaluable in such match-ups; Shurelya + stronger version of the slow res of boots of swiftness, this allows you to build Ninja Tabi, which is even more juicy against AD teams.”
Garybaldo says “Never pick Swain into Trynda, however if you do run into this matchup stay as safe as possible, run tp and play like a sissy, you will eventually outscale but watch out for his splitpush potential as you'll never be able to 1v1 him”
J Husky says “He is melee but his ulti is very stupid, even if you do all the damage in the world he can kill you with his ulti and he can scape easily every time you try to trade him with his E (he can chase you too). Be very careful with enemy ganks and control your HP bar (and his) when you trade him.”
kilgta says “Like sion, this lane is how difficult you make it. You counter him hard early so farm using your AA and use your E on him. Do not try to engage him level 1 or 2 because he will beat you in a AA matchup. Disengage as much as you can and poke with your E+Q. Go Lost chapter into Zonhya and finish ludens later. Try to get level 6 first and kill. Start corrupt pot. Build morello third.”
IceCreamPaintJob says “he just simply does more damage than you early on. ive asked foggedftw, a challenger tryndamere about how to win this lane as yasuo, and according to him the best way to win it is to poke tryndamere on last hits early on and push the lane. you have a waveclear advantage and slight range advantage, so pushing into him is smart because then you will have creeps around you to fight with you should he try to engage on you”
Jazzmonkey says “Realy hard matchup. Dont trade him with level 1. Wait until you hit level 3 and then do your comb E>A>Q>W. You can poke him if he goes for last hitting with your Q. Skill Q first in this matchup. And do A>Q. ”