Nami Build
D
Sup

Nami Build

Q
W
E
R
Support
Support
1/1
Win/Loss
<1%
Pick Rate
<1%
Ban Rate

Matchups

Nami is strong against
55%
55%
53%
53%
Nami is weak against
47%
48%
48%
48%

Early Nami Build

Summoner Spells
60%
14
Starter Items
2
98%
22
Starter Trinket
87%
20
Item
First
Second
56%
10

Nami Item Build

Mythic Item
58%
10
Item Buy Order
Two
Three
36%
6
Core Items
73%
17
42%
10
31%
7
Final Boots
100%
22
Final Trinket
98%
22

Abilities

Spell Skill Priority
W
E
Q
69%
16
Q
W
E
R

Runes

Sorcery + Inspiration
1
2
3
Sorcery
Inspiration

How to build Nami

Nami – the Tidecaller – is based on our LoL Tier List on patch
11.4
a B-Tier Sup Support champion. Based on ranked matches from summoners with a PLATINUM+ tier,
Nami has a win rate of
50.8%
, a pick rate of
5.4%
, a ban rate of
0.2%
and an average KDA Ratio of
3.2
, which shows that the
Support is in a moderate spot in the current meta. If you want to build and play
Nami on your matches, keep in mind that this champion is moderately difficult to play in LoL. The upcoming Nami Support Build is the most popular build picked by many Pros.

Pregame Build

In champion select you need to choose your

Nami runes and summoner spells. The best Nami Runes
11.4
on the position Sup Support are
Sorcery as the primary path and
Inspiration as the secondary path. The most supportive
Nami keystone rune is
Summon Aery.
Flash and
Ignite are the summoner spells, which fits this LoL Nami Build the most.

Item Build on Nami

The starter items for the best Nami Build on patch

11.4
are
Health Potion,
Health Potion,
Spellthief's Edge, and a
Stealth Ward as the trinket. 73% of all Nami Probuilds include
Imperial Mandate as the favoured mythic item. As the game progresses, the most popular
Nami items are
Shard of True Ice and
Imperial Mandate.
Ionian Boots of Lucidity are the most bought
Nami boots by Pros. This Nami Build will totally increase your chances to gain LP and to climb the leaderboard in LoL.

Nami Abilities

At the beginning of a match start to skill the ability

Ebb and Flow on
Nami. As the match progresses, it is best to maximise
Ebb and Flow into
Tidecaller's Blessing and at last
Aqua Prison.
Ebb and Flow is a very strong ability of
Nami in order to build up a lead and dominate your opponents. The passive is called
Surging Tides and there is no need to set it manually on a Nami Build.

Select one of the abilities below in order to start a clip of the ability:
Q
W
E
R
Surging Tides

When Nami's Abilities hit allied champions they gain Movement Speed for a short duration.

Biography

A headstrong young vastaya of the seas, Nami was the first of the Marai tribe to leave the waves and venture onto dry land, when their ancient accord with the Targonians was broken. With no other option, she took it upon herself to complete the sacred ritual that would ensure the safety of her people. Amidst the chaos of this new age, Nami faces an uncertain future with grit and determination, using her Tidecaller staff to summon the strength of the oceans themselves.

Read Nami's bio

Available Skins

Explore Nami

  • Comic: Nami: Into the Abyss

    Deep in the oceans of Runeterra, the Marai are protected from terrors by the light of a moonstone.

    Through an ancient ritual, the Marai choose one of their people to dive into the abyss and retrieve an abyssal pearl, which is exchanged with a landwalker for the moonstone.

    Their chosen Tidecaller has not returned.

    Nami, a headstrong girl of the Marai, decides to descend into the black before the moonstone's light dims forever…

  • Short Story: First Steps None She brings her curiosity and a dire message. They bring torches and a violent fear.
  • Short Story: Eduard Santangelo's Vastaya Field Journal None

    Chimeras with human blood? Spiritual magic from an ancient race? In my humble inquiries I have stumbled upon far greater questions...this shall make for quite the chronicle. A best-seller, in fact.

    “Eduard Santangelo, gentleman of Piltover, explorer of Ionia, who discovered the wondrous vastaya in the wilds of Ionia.” I can already hear them clamoring for the first edition.