If you are affected by Blight, Varus' abilities will deal extra damage to you.
When he gets a kill or assist, Varus temporarily gains Attack Speed and is much more dangerous.
You'll get bound in place if a tendril from Varus' ultimate, Chain of Corruption, reaches you. You can cause the tendril to die however by running far enough away from it.
The stat comparisons shown here emphasize several strategic Bel'Veth against Varus matchup statistics that can help us figure out the differences and similarities between the two. Bel'Veth’s KDA ratio ([kills + assists] / deaths) of NaN is more than Varus’s KDA ratio of NaN, demonstrating that Bel'Veth may be more central to their team's team fighting potential than Varus..
Bel'Veth usually has a similar longest killing spree as their opponent does. Commonly, they receives more damage than Varus. This commonly reflects differing health capacities, yet it can also illustrate that the one champion has less mobility and thus is not able to kite away from additional damage when engaged or poked.
Both League champs are great champions. Both have their pros and cons. In the game's current meta, Bel'Veth usually wins when playing against Varus, with a 52.3% win rate. As a result, Bel'Veth makes a good counter for Varus.
While Bel'Veth does have a higher winrate than Varus, when on opposite teams, Bel'Veth also has a much greater learning curve that makes them a more difficult champion to develop with. You should be be fine when picking Bel'Veth into Varusas their relative depth means that you may not be able to unleash their full potential without a lot of practice beforehand.
Additionally, Bel'Veth has some amount of CC and other utility, a similar amount to Varus. This makes her just as valuable during teamfights, especially when facing champions with a lot of burst damage.
While there isn't a single best champion in League of Legends, in Bel'Veth vs Varus matchups, Bel'Veth is the better champ with a noticably higher win rate, more champion depth, and a similar amount of utility to help out your allies during late stage team fights.
Bel'Veth is a good counter for Varus. You will do well by focussing your play on maximizing your gold income and taking out objectives. If you do that, you should hold your own as Bel'Veth against Varus.
If you would like to truly master Bel'Veth in order to counter Varus during both the lane and mid / late game phases of League of Legends, you should keep reading to learn a few extra lessons on this matchup. If you mind the build and suggestions displayed here, you will increase your win rate by a lot and be that much closer to League of Legends pro players.
Bel'Veth most often accumulates a lot less CS relative to Varus. Champs who on average don't acquire much CS often don't need much CS to be valuable teammates, such as supports. These kinds of champions are able to scale well off of their skills, stats, and first items alone. Yet, champs with large amounts of CS, such as hyper-carries, usually require a lot of items to be effective. In either situation, try to do better than the values reported here to do well.
The most important items to use in your Bel'Veth versus Varus build include Kraken Slayer, Guinsoo's Rageblade, and Blade of The Ruined King. When Bel'Veth used at least these three pieces in their build, they did a lot better vs Varus than with many other commonly used counter builds. In fact, Bel'Veth had an average win rate of 52.3% when countering Varus with these items in their kit.
To have the highest probability of defeating Varus as Bel'Veth, you should equip the Conqueror, Triumph, Legend: Alacrity, Last Stand, Magical Footwear, and Cosmic Insight runes from the Precision and Inspiration rune sets. Of all the rune builds players used for Bel'Veth vs Varus counters, this combination of runes yielded the best win rate. Moreover, these runes provided a 52.3% winrate overall.
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