Sett is great in extended trades thanks to his Q. As long as he can stick to an enemy champion, he should win 1v1 fights.
His Ultimate R allows him to both get tanks off his carries as well as deal a lot of damage to the enemy team if he manages to ult his target into them. This can change the tide of a team fight in an instant.
His Passive allows him to regenerate a lot of health so he can resort to short burst trades against enemy champions unlike other tanks. His W does deceptively high damage as well, while providing damage mitigation to him.
Can be kited to oblivion, especially when he is against a ranged carry with some form of dash or peel.
Misuse of his W can get him killed as it is his only form of damage mitigation. He can’t escape easily if someone all-ins him after he uses this ability.
If the enemy is smart, they will avoid grouping up during fights. This will prevent Sett from using his Ultimate R effectively, as he won’t be able to land a lot of damage or slow multiple members of the enemy team.
0 - 15 min
This champion is an early game bully. Play aggressive throughout the laning phase to get kills. If you can get a kill or two, you can snowball your lead pretty quickly.
Whenever your Ultimate R is up, you can look for aggressive plays to try and kill the enemy. Your Ultimate R is a great trading tool which makes you much stronger.
Keep the minion wave even or slightly closer to your side of the map early on. This will allow you to run the enemy down while protecting yourself from ganks. If you keep pushing when you’re not ahead, you will be unable to run the enemy down and you’ll be an easy target for the enemy Jungler.
15 - 25 min
Split push during the mid-game and try to secure side objectives. Avoid grouping if possible.
Use your strong duelling potential in the mid-game to fight and duel anyone who tries to stop you from split pushing.
Although you’re a really strong split pusher in the mid-game, be prepared to group with your team and fight 5v5. You should usually start grouping when there are no nearby objectives to take.
After going in with your Ultimate R, be prepared to fall back and peel for your allies in late game team fights.
To make getting on the enemy backline easier, group with your team but stay off to the side. If you flank from an unwarded bush, the enemy will find it harder to react to your all-in. Avoid splitting or being away from your team in the late game as the enemy will force a fight while you’re gone.
Play around your Ultimate R in the later parts of the game. Avoid fighting unless your Ultimate R is up. Fighting without it will make the late game team fights much harder. Delay fights and be prepared to disengage if it’s still on cooldown.
He is pretty intense early on and can burst down enemies by going for regular trades against them. His W should help him a lot during this phase of the game.
The first item component will increase his overall capability to fight and survive. His W will hit like a truck now.
Level six is a massive power spike as it allows Sett to pick off one enemy and separate them from the team. He will want to suplex a tanky enemy into the enemy team, though
His mid-game team fighting is quite potent during this phase of the game, especially if he gets a multi-man E on the enemy.
The second point in his Ultimate R will let him do more damage with the ability. It is necessary to ensure that he tosses the target in the proper direction.
His first ability will be maxed out at level 9. This will let him deal massive amounts of damage during ganks and mid-game fights.
He can tank up a lot of damage during this phase of the game as he will have all his items, making him really strong. He will be quite a reliable front liner for his team now.
A maxed-out Ultimate R will be up frequently, and clumped team fights will become a breeze during this portion of the game.
He is a decent team fighter during this phase of the game. He can regenerate his health quickly because of his Passive and his W true damage will melt through enemy health bars.