Wukong General Guide by torrasque21
Not Updated For Current Season
Not Updated For Current Season
Hello everyone, if anyone is asking, no, this is not a troll build, and please follow to this build, but as for me, I only own the build in Mobafire, but the idea and the build is from Instalok from Youtube, where they make parodies of songs to League songs, and as their new song "Blukong" is one of their original songs. So as what I was saying, this build introduces a new path for Wukong...
Pros / Cons
- Good at snowballing during laning phase.
- Nice offensive and defensive stats.
- Passive abusive to being an alarm when another enemy is near.
- Changes tides of team-fights.
- Fake W tricks.
Greater Quintessence of Life Steal
Greater Quintessence of Attack Damage
Greater Seal of Armor
Greater Glyph of Magic Resist
Greater Mark of Attack Damage
Greater Quintessence of Life Steal is most effective early game as you won't have any need rushing Bilgewater Cutlass.
Greater Quintessence of Attack Damage stacks well with Greater Mark of Attack Damage, and as for Greater Seal of Armor and Greater Glyph of Magic Resist is a common used defense plan.
Greater Glyph of Magic Resist can be replace with Greater Glyph of Scaling Magic Resist as he doesn't have much problem with Magic Resist early to mid game.
Double-Edged Sword is effective to deal a bit more damage during laning phase.
Sorcery is helpful for being able to cast your skills a bit quicker.
Butcher and Feast is effective on being able to last hit without problems about getting a small decrease of damage.
Brute Force , Martial Mastery , Warlord , and Executioner are masteries capable of helping a lot during teamfights, 1v1s, and even simple trades.
Devastating Strikes and Havoc will basically finish Wukong's powerhouse of offensive stats, making him fully devastating.
Recovery , Block , and Unyielding are averagely good passives making last hits and trades easier.
Veteran Scars and Juggernaut and runes plus items can be enough to make you tanky and buff enough to deal most damage on team-fights even if they land all damage on you.
Flash is also effective for initiating or escaping you can use Decoy and Flash combo.
Ghost is like Flash, just not instant, yet Flash is still better, since Flash goes well with Decoy and Cyclone, while Wukong is more of a burst and take champion and not so much of chase and kill, yet you may choose this if you must.
Teleport is incredibly effective to snowball other lanes quickly, or getting back to lane easily. This is highly recommended.
Ignite is good against tanky damage dealers like Dr. Mundo and Garen. Also useful for elminating low health enemies. Recommended.
Barrier can be cast after using Cyclone in the middle of a teamfight. Recomended.
Starting Items Against AP
Crystalline Flask is good for both health and mana sustain, giving you less problems about losing trades.
Starting Items Against AD
Cloth Armor is basically a nice defense option which is enough to win you trades.
Health Potion can be chosen over Mana Potion, but the problem is:
1. You won't be able to win trades much with loss of mana.
2. This item is not blue.
Pickaxe and Boots of Speed are effective early game to gain more sustenance and chase more effectively.
After so, rushing Frozen Mallet is effective on slows and tankiness, being the most needed item of all Core Items.
Get Bilgewater Cutlass as soon as you can after, but you don't need to build it to Blade of the Ruined King yet, as you can buy Mercury's Treads - Distortion or Last Whisper, then buy the other when you buy one of them.
After so you can buy Spectre's Cowl or Frozen Heart, as both are good choices.
Remember: Do NOT upgrade Spectre's Cowl to Spirit Visage as:
1. It's not worth the cost.
2. Also not blue.
But Banshee's Veil is better to lay down your CC and survive team-fights with a better chance.
Banshee's Veil as shown at Core Items, is a better choice than Spirit Visage.
Iceborn Gauntlet can be replaced with Frozen Heart or Spectre's Cowl
Guardian Angel is also swap-able to Frozen Heart or Spectre's Cowl
Choose you items wisely and dependently, your items can change the tide of your game.
Nimbus Strike is maxed first since this has the best ranking damage and Decoy is to be maxed last since damage is minorly added each rank.
Crushing Blow is still leveled up on Level 1 first to make last hits easier.
When trading against tanky damage dealers like Darius and Renekton, you have to be careful and quick. When you do, do it by this sequence:
>>>>>>[Autoattack]>>>>>>[Autoattack]>>>[The enemy is fighting back = true]>>>>>>>>>[Autoattack until he dies]
>>>>>>[Autoattack]>>>>>>[Autoattack]>>>[The enemy is fighting back = false]>>>[Get back to farming]
And actually, now that we have trinkets, bot lane must have at least one ward on one of the two bushes, and when bot lane needs a gank, Teleport to the ward and:
And as in team-fights, I think the best combo in starting it is:
>>>>>>>>>>>>[You handle the following]
So now I shown everything I basically know about being a pro Blukong, so, play safe, and good luck on trying this build.
I do not own the idea, name, suggestions, and item build, all rights to Instalok.