Rengar Build Guide by cxenon
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High speed assassination.
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Rengar is one of the most strongest assassins in the League, and also one of my favorite champions. In this guide, I'll be showing you my way of playing Rengar in the battlefield. I hope you guys will like it!
How I play Rengar flawlessly.
One of the reasons of why I use Rengar with high movement speed is too leap to my enemy when you're already out of the bush.
Because of high movement speed, the circle in your passive will still catch your enemy even you're already chasing him.
In early game laning, put wards on the two bushes. (BUSHES FROM TOP/BOTTOM) It will be your advantage to leap through them when they're in the other bush.
So that you can just leap, leap, ang leap on them.
As much as possible, if you have earned 800+ gold, take bonetooth straight! So that you can take medals faster
Don't use your ultimate to get into team fights. Always take down who has low health. When the high health enemies are already dead, then use your ultimate to chase Ability Power/Attack Damage carry champions. But remember as much as possible, fight in the bush so that you can escape from enemies that you can't deal with.
On every wall of his den, the trophy hunter Rengar mounts the heads, horns, claws, and fangs of the most lethal creatures in Valoran. Though his collection is extensive, he remains unsatisfied, tirelessly seeking greater game. He takes time with every kill, studying his prey, learning, and preparing himself for the next encounter with the one monster he never managed to defeat.
Rengar never knew his real parents, but was raised by a human who was revered as a legendary hunter. He was an ideal pupil, intently absorbing the lessons of his father, and improving them with his uncanny feral instincts. Before his mane had fully grown, Rengar set off on his own and claimed a wide territory for himself. Along its perimeter, he mounted the skulls of his slain prey - a warning to would-be aggressors. He thought undisputed reign of a region would fulfill him, but instead, he grew restless. No beasts in his domain proved challenging prey, and without formidable adversaries to push his limits, Rengar's spirit waned. He feared that no worthwhile game remained, that he would never again feel the thrill of the hunt. Just when things seemed their bleakest, he encountered the monster. It was a disturbing, alien thing, distinctly out of place in his world. It bore huge scything claws and devoured any animal that strayed across its path. Overzealous at the prospect of a challenge, Rengar ambushed the monster in haste. It far outclassed anything he'd hunted before. Their fight was savage, and each suffered crippling wounds. Rengar lost an eye, but the most grievous blow was to his pride. He had never before failed to make the kill. Worse yet, the severity of his injuries forced him to retreat. Over the following days, he hovered on the threshold between life and death. He was wracked with pain, but beneath it, he felt a glimmer of joy. The hunt was on. If such powerful beings existed in the world, he would find them, and stack their heads high. The monster, however, was a kill he wanted to savor. On his den's largest wall, he reserves a space for the beast's head, a trophy he swears will one day be the centerpiece of his collection.
''Prey on the weak and you will survive, prey on the strong and you will live.''