It is almost impossible to stack Nasus’s 1st ability, Siphoning Strike in ARAM. Because of this, you will mostly have to use and max Nasus’s 3rd ability, Spirit Fire first to help clear the waves and damage enemies. Use his 2nd ability, Wither to slow down enemies you want to kill and if a fight breaks out, use Nasus’s ultimate, Fury of the Sands early into the fight to make full use of it.
Nasus Build Recommendation in Wild Rift
Here are Item Build Recommedations that works on Nasus in Wild Rift ARAM Mode.
Mage Nasus is the way to go on ARAM. You will still be a little tanky but you will be able to deal huge poke damage thanks to the AP scaling of Nasus’s 3rd ability, Spirit Fire. Coupled with Luden’s Echo and Liandry’s Torment, you will be able to deal huge amounts of magic damage without any counterplay from the enemy. Building Rod of Ages as a first item is a must for the extra tankiness and mana so you can stay on the battlefield and spam your abilities with little worries.
You can still play tank Nasus effectively in ARAM but your damage output would not be the same since you won’t be able to stack Nasus’s 1st ability, Siphoning Strike.
Aery will increase your poke damage throughout the game while Grasp of the Undying will allow your damage to scale even while building as a full tank Egyptian god. Gathering Storm will scale your AD or AP for the late game and Second Wind will help you manage your health against poke. Hunter – Genius grants stacking ability haste bonus so you can poke your enemies as often as possible.
Clarity will help you spam your abilities since Nasus’s 3rd ability, Spirit Fire costs a lot of mana.
Flash allows for a lot of offensive and defensive outplays. You can also opt to use Ghost instead so you can run down enemies while your ultimate, Fury of the Sands is active.