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Anivia
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Toughest Matchups:
Twisted Fate
42.7%
LeBlanc
47.3%
Fizz
48.1%
Galio
48.1%
Yasuo
48.2%
Zed
49.1%
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10.14
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Win Rate
50.7%
(-0.1%)
vs last patch
Pick Rate
1.9%
(-0.1%)
vs last patch
Ban Rate
0.5%
(0.0%)
vs last patch

Playing against Anivia

Key Insights
only deals double damage if you've been recently stunned by
or damaged by a fully formed
.
Avoid fighting her in choke points where she can use
to trap you in
.
When walling you off (especially inside of
),
will force your champion to go around the wall, allowing her to set up for an easy
into
.
can interrupt channeling abilities, including Teleport.
Power Spike
At level 2, Anivia unlocks the
+
combo, offering her a way to deal good damage in trades.
also deals its damage twice when timed correctly.
At level 6, Anivia is able to easily waveclear with
, greatly increasing her lane presence.
deals an extra tick of damage when Anivia chooses to turn it off, giving her even more damage in a short amount of time.
Anivia can stall games out with
's effortless waveclear.
Can zone enemies off areas with either
or
, or combo them together to trap enemies in the area, forcing them to take a ton of damage or use escape tools (like Flash).
Because Anivia scales extremely well,
/
(or both) are fantastic for giving her harder power spikes.
Vulnerable
Before level 6, Anivia has a pretty weak laning phase, and most champions can push her back to her turret.
Completely immobile, leaving her susceptible to ganks.
As long as Anivia isn't underneath her turret,
is easy to burn through in lane. Also, when
activates, it reduces her Armor and MR through levels 1-11.
Anivia relies far too heavily on mana.
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