Wild Rift Thresh Guide with Item Builds, Runes and Summoner Spells

In League of Legends Wild Rift, Tresh is a catcher champion commonly played as a support in a dragon lane. Thresh has a very versatile kit, and he uses his abilities to crowd control enemies, help his allies and control team fights. Thresh primarily deals magic damage and has lots of cc (crowd control) in his kit.

In Wild Rift, Tresh is considered as a Moderately Difficult to play champion based on her abilities and playstyle. In this guide, we will look at the Best Item Builds, Runes, Summoner spells and Abilities analysis for Thresh, including some tips and tricks we have found especially for you which will help you master Thresh quickly.

Wild Rift Thresh Guide with Item Builds, Runes and Summoner Spells

In Wild Rift, Tresh is considered as an “S-tier” pick as support for dragon lane. Let’s start the guide with finding out the Best Runes, 

Best Runes for Tresh in Wild Rift

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Weakness rune


Second Wind

Second Wind

Pack Hunter rune

Pack Hunter


After immobilizing the enemy champion, you gain defence and later deals a burst of magic damage around you.

Defences: 35 AR + 60% bonus armor and 35 MR + 60% bonus magic resistance for 2.5 second

Damage: (12-110) based on your level + 3% max health, magic damage


Impairing the movement of the enemy champions makes them take 5% more damage in the following 5 seconds.

Second Wind:

Gains 6 Health every 5 seconds. 

After taking damage from an enemy champion, it regenerates 6 + (3% of your health) over the next 10 seconds. This effect is doubled for melee champions.

Pack Hunter:

While near an ally champion gain 2% movement speed. For each unique ally, you participate in takedown with you gain 50 gold and ally gain 50 gold. 

Now, Let’s look at the Best Summoner spells for Thresh, 

Best Summoner spells for Thresh in Wild Rift


Flash 1



Exhaust the enemy champion, reducing their movement speed by 20% and damage dealt by 40%  for 2.5 seconds (Cooldown: 105 seconds).


Flash is undoubtedly the best spell for any champion you play. Flash is used to teleport your champion forward for any aimed direction. (Cooldown: 150 seconds).

Now, Let’s start with the most exciting and important part of this guide which is “Best Item Builds for Thresh”, because no matter how good you play or how skilled your team is, you cannot make much impact in the game if your item build is not correct.

Best Item Builds for Thresh in Wild Rift

In Wild Rift, Thresh is commonly played as a support, so you often have to build items based on the enemy champions you face. For example, If your enemies have lots of magic damage, then building an item that provides magic resistance is the right thing to do, and if your enemies team has lots of AD damage, then building an item that provides Armor would be a great choice. So, Let’s begin with item builds for Thresh,

1. Thresh Item Build

Zekes Convergence
Zeke’s Convergence
Plated Steelcaps

Plated Steelcaps

protectors vow

Protector’s Vow

Dead Mans Plate

Dead Man’s Plate

Randuins Omen
Randuin’s Omen
Force of Nature

Force of Nature

Boots Upgrade:

Plated Steelcaps

Plated Steelcaps

Locket of iron Solari


Core Items:

Zekes Convergence
Zeke’s Convergence
protectors vow

Protector’s Vow

Dead Mans Plate

Dead Man’s Plate

Zeke’s Convergence:

Zeke’s Convergence provides +40 armor, +40 magic resist with +150 max mana and +10 ability haste. 

Harbinger: Casting your ultimate ability will surround you with a blizzard and ignites the nearby ally attack for 10 seconds. Your blizzard slows enemies by 20% and your ally’s attack burn them for 30% bonus magic damage for 2 seconds. Prioritizes the highest attack damage ally for the effect.

Protector’s Vow:

Protector’s Vow provides +40 armor, +350 max health and +10% cooldown reduction. 

Protector: Raises your guard when you are near to an ally champion. If you or your ally champion receives damage from monsters, turret or enemy champion then both of you receive a 125(+20% bonus health)(+15% AP) shield and 20% movement speed for 1.5 seconds(Cooldown: 30 seconds).

Dead Man’s Plate:

Dead Man’s Plate provides +50 armor with +300 max health. 

Momentum: Moving builds momentum and grants a max 50 movement speed at 100 stacks. Attacks expend all momentum to deal bonus magic damage equal to the number of stacks. Momentum decays when movement is impaired.

Now, Let’s start with the Thresh Ability analysis with Attack combos,

Wild Rift Thresh Ability analysis with Attack combos

Let’s begin with Thresh’s ability analysis first, as it will help us understand Thresh’s ability in-depth so you can create better attack combos using his abilities.

Wild Rift Thresh Ability analysis with Stats

1. Damnation (Passive)

Thresh Passive

Thresh can harvest the soul of enemies that die near him, each soul permanently granting him 1.5 armor and 1.5 ability power.

2. Death Sentence (First Ability)

Thresh Q

He throws out a scythe, stunning the first unit hit and pulling them in for 1.5 seconds. The scythe does 80 magic damage (80 + 50% AP) and grants true sight for the duration.

Recast Dashes to the bound enemy.

Cooldown is reduced by 3 seconds if it hits an enemy.

Base Damage: 80/130/180/230
Cooldown: 18/16/14/12 seconds
Mana Cost: 70

3. Dark Passage (Second Ability)

Thresh W

Throws a lantern to a target location, allowing an ally to tap the minion button to dash to trash.
The Lantern also grants a shield to thresh, and the first ally comes near it, absorbing up to 55 damage (55 + 0 Soul Collected) for 4 seconds.

Shield: 55/110/165/220
Cooldown: 22/20/18/16
Mana Cost: 50

4. Flay (Third Ability)

Thresh E

Passive: Basic attack deal additional 0 to 58 magic damage (0 souls to 0 souls + 100% AD) based on how long since he last attacked.

Active: Thresh wipes his chains, pulling or pushing the enemies in the direction of the swing. Enemies hit are also slowed by 20% for 1 second and take 65 magic damage (65 + 40% AP).

AD: 100%/125%/150%/175%
Slow: 20%/25%/30%/35%
Base Damage: 65/105/145/185
Cooldown: 10.5/10/9.5/9 Seconds
Mana Cost: 60

5. The Box (Ultimate)

Thresh R

Creates the prison of spectral walls, slowing champion by 99% for 2 seconds and dealing 250 magic damage (250 + 100% AP). Walls breaks after one collision, and after one is broken, the rest deal half damage and slow for the half duration.

An enemy cannot be affected by multiple walls simultaneously.

Base Damage: 250/400/550
Cooldown: 110/95/80
Mana Cost: 100

Now, Let’s look at the “Which ability you should upgrade first when playing as a Thresh”, 

Wild Rift Thresh Ability Upgradation Path

When playing as Thresh first unlock all three of his basic abilities Q, W, and E. After that, keep upgrading his Q to the max level followed by his W and E. Don’t forget to unlock and upgrade his ultimate whenever available. 

Wild Rift Thresh Ability Upgradation Path
Thresh Q

Death Sentence

1 4 6 7
Thresh W

Dark Passage

2 8 10 11
Thresh E


3 12 14 15
Thresh R

The Box

5 9 13

Now, Let’s look at the Best attack combos for Thresh, 

Best Attack combos for Thresh in Wild Rift

In Wild Rift, you can create many amazing attack combos with Thresh based on your playstyle and the enemy champion you are facing. Let’s look at the so amazing attack combos used by Thresh’s mains,

Combo 1: 

Q (First ability) > after the hook landed press Q again to dash to the enemy location > E (Third ability) > W (Second ability) > R (ultimate)

Combo 2: 

Flash > E (third ability) > Q (first ability) >Q (first ability) >W (Second ability)

Wild Rift Thresh’s Counters









Wild Rift Thresh Gameplay Tips and Tricks


Early Game:

Thresh is one of the most robust early game support in Wild Rift. So, in the early game, look for every opportunity to engage the enemy and try to help your ad Carry secure 1 or 2 sweet kills in the early game.

Thresh’s ultimate is very effective in team fights, so always save your ultimate for objective fights like rift herald, Dragon and Baron.

Mid to Late game:

Thresh’s late game is very strong as if you land a hook perfectly in the late game, it often converts in the kill. So, in the late game, always roam with your team and try to pick off enemies ad carry or jungle before the objective is about to spawn.

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