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    Infinite Crisis builds for Nightmare Robin

    Slay your enemies as Nightmare Robin

    A Nightmare Robin guide by Shadeslayer7777
    Last updated: May 24th, 2015
    Link to guide: www.dawnbase.com/guides/1234-Nightmare-Robin-Slay-your-enemies-as-Nightmare-Robin
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    Ability levelling order
    01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
    Starter items
    Core items
    Offensive items
    Defensive items
    Situational items
    Augments
    Modifiers
    Stolen Powers
    Nigtmare Robin is one of my favorite champions to play as he is versatile and his kit is super fun to use. I mean what more satisfying than landing that knockdown on your Q or killing a low enemy with your Ult.

    All in all nightmare robin is an adaptable assassin who in my opinion, does not fall off late game and maintains the potential to kill high target enemy champions.

    My amps are:
    Force
    Columbus
    Kai
    Slasher
    They all give flat pen with either scaling or flat ad.

    My stolen powers are:
    Zatanna's Pys. Assault
    Gaslight Batman's Cams

    My mods are:
    +10 attack damage on coda
    +10 attack on Rip Hunter's time pack
    +10 on Deathstroke's claymore

    You start the game off with Tier 1 coda and tier 1 knife, you DO NOT take pots, as nmr jungle you can sustain from camp to camp, you should only need to back if you take damage from a gank. During the level 1 fight you should have your Q so you can poke, if possible stay off to the side of you allies and flank the enemy if they push into your bush.

    After taking your destroyer go and clear your 2 camp and your 3 camp, at this point you should be able to afford tier 2 Coda. Go ahead and keep rotating until you get coda tier 3, now you can gank and know your skills do decent damage. You then start building into your Time Pack because it is more cost efficient than Claymore because for the same amount of gold you get 10 more damage than you would with Claymore. After finishing your Time pack you can build into either tier 2 or tier 3 of Claymore. I suggest tier 2 because for the 1500 gold you spent on tier 3 Claymore you can almost buy at least tier 2 of your Beowulf. Once you max Beowulf you can go back and max your Claymore.

    Now you have a decision, you can either go semi tank or keep building your damage.

    If you decide for semi tank you can build a Lobo's and a Aegis.
    If you want to go full man mode and destroy some tanks you can go Crossbow and Atomic Axe.

    Situational Items:
    Ra's- Here is your chance to come back from the dead, if no one breaks your shield that is.
    Mirror Master's- If you are just getting strait up nuked by annoying blasters then this is your item.

    Strats-
    Remember you can e to drones and cams. You can place a cam over a wall if you are being chased for a quick escape, or if you are chasing an enemy and can't e to them, you can e to a drone close to them to try and land a q to either finish the job or knock them down
    Also remember your Ult. also does damage based on the amount of missing health your target has.

    If you have any questions about NMR just send me a message in game. Hope this helped you.
    Lights out,
    Shadeslayer7777

    Created 5/15
    Updated 5/16
    (Videos and pictures are going to be added later)
    Latest comments
    Do you have any tips on offensively using the Active on Time Pack?
    9:11 pm, May 17th, 2015
    In my experience you can't truly use it offensively. You could use it to E to them under tower then ult and timepack out when they die.
    12:23 am, May 18th, 2015
    If you want to use timepack to engage I personally suggest first procing it in a bush, then using your e on somone, burst them as low as you can, then proc timepack again to get away. Hope this helps.
    10:43 pm, May 24th, 2015