The jungle is not an easily accessible location in the League of Legends arena, to be able to play well in this area requires you to learn how to control the map very well!
One of the basic things to become a ‘best Jungle’ in League of Legends is to capture the movement position of the enemy Jungler. This helps you to gather information and determine whether to ‘robber the Jungle’ or perform ganks, if you are a ‘newbie’ learning to Jungle and still confused about this, then go for it. From the three most basic tips, these are the three most important steps and are relatively easy to apply.
1. Eyeball the enemy’s Blue or Red buff bush
The first and most important thing in tracking your team’s Jungle moves is starting from where they started. This is relatively easy, you can test by having your teammates wards in the Blue or Red buff area on their side of the house, and then observe by seeing which enemies get to lane slower (because of this. surely they will help the Forest). From this information you will be able to see where the enemy team Forest starts.
Most of the 90% of the game, your jungle will start taking red buffs (if on blue team) and green buffs on red team, which will help them eat faster because of both Support Support and Gunner generals.
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2. Keep track of your team’s Forest through monster stats
One tips Another thing you can apply is looking at their CS stats, you just have to imagine that each Jungle monster will have 4 CS. Just press TAB to track and you’ll see how many monsters they’ve eaten.
Example: If you see your opponent’s Jungle having 20 CS when they first spawn in a gank, this means they’ve missed a camp – be it below or above the jungle. enemy.
Most of the time, the enemy Jungle often skips the rock to perform ganks or counter-ganks early to get an advantage. And another reason why you always need to be aware of the enemy’s jungle monster stats, is not only to keep track of what jungles they have left, but also to try to farm equal or better, so as not to get caught. ‘indent’ relative to them.
3. Through monster stats, determine where the Jungle you will gank and then do a ‘jungle robbery’
Through the CS (Forest Monster) stats you get from the information you can guess which jungles the enemy team has missed and this will make your ‘jungle robberies’ easier.
For example: If the new enemy jungler at level 3 has gone to gank bot, their minion stat is 12 CS and has a green buff, which means they only ate three camps there and went into the gank right in the lane. Below.
This will be extremely convenient in robbery Forest, you can infiltrate the enemy upper jungle and ‘clean up’ all resources while they are ganking bots. Even if they successfully gank the bot and get the network advantage, you still have no loss because you have already taken their ‘half of the forest’.
Of course, after being robbed Forest, Your opponent won’t be able to farm any more camps, which will force them to either continue to gank or rob you through your Jungle. And predicting that the enemy team’s Forest will overtake, you absolutely have enough time to call your teammates to Support, helping you protect the Jungles. This will help you to control the game speed very easily.
Although the above are three pretty basic tips, but at low elo levels, many people still can’t do it well. So try to do these basics early in the game to get more advantages and win more wins!
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