Lulu Build Guide by BarberaK8
Not Updated For Current Season
Not Updated For Current Season
The masteries shown here are not yet updated for the current season, the guide author needs to set up the new masteries. As such, they will be different than the masteries you see in-game.
I'm sure not many of us have had the chanced to try out the new "jungle" support character. I have tried a few games with Lulu and have become quite fond of her cuteness. This build is something I've been trying out. It involves various Aura's so you can support your teammates, lots of health, armor and regen's, and ability power here and there just so you don't feel completely worthless.
I also use my W as an escape route, when you cast it on yourself, you hop on top of your wand and fly away. I honestly think it's adorable! Try out this build, comments and feedback would be really appreciated, even suggestions. =]
Thanks, have fun!
So, starting off as a support character in bottom lane with an AD damage dealer.. You really want to start off with a Faerie Charm for some extra mana for yourself. Sight Ward to keep a bit of visibility for bushes and ganks. Plus some Mana Potion's to keep your early game hunger pains under control.
After this you will want to invest in Philosopher's Stone, Boots of Speed, and a Heart of Gold for your mobility, health and gold regeneration (as you are support kills aren't really going to be coming your way). Then get your Mercury's Treads for reduced tenacity and some magic resistance.
From here you want your Glacial Shroud for some cooldown reduction, armor and mana. Just a little sustainability. I take a Hextech Revolver for some spell vamp and ability power. You can put this into the Will of the Ancients OR Hextech Gunblade depending on whether you want the aura for your friends or some more ability power/lifesteal for yourself.
I then take a Negatron Cloak for a little magic resist, Frozen Heart (from the Glacial Shroud to give me even more mana, armor and more cooldowns, plus your awesome passive.
Upgrade your Hextech Revolver in to your Will of the Ancients (which is what I prefer)for your ability power and your aura. You really want to be helping out your teammates, because they are the ones who are gunna kick *** with your help.
Next you get an Abyssal Scepter which is from your Negatron Cloak. This gives you magic resist, ability power and another aura which reduces magic resist of nearby enemy champions. Good if you have an awesome spellcaster.
Upgrade your Philosopher's Stone into the Shurelya's Reverie. This gives you mana regeneration, health, health regeneration, cooldowns and an awesome active. When youre chasing your enemies, pop this and your friends (plus yourself) get a massive speed boost.. Great for cleaning up those sneaky fast ones =]
Last but not least, Randuin's Omen. This comes from your Heart of Gold this really is a last item. It gives you armor, health regeneration and another cool active which slows movement speed and attack speed of the surrouding enemy units. This used in conjunction with your Shurelya's Reverie active is pretty sweet.
All of the items I have chosen for LuLu pretty much reflect mana and health regeneration and awesome aura's/actives for your teammates to really help out. I know a lot of people would love playing a damage dealer or whatever, but she really is an adorable little helper. She slows, she turns enemies into fuzzy animals and makes people HUGEEEE. I think shes awesome. =]
Suggestions on items would be great. Cheers!
Pro's & Con's
Why you should play Lulu like this..
Lulu has been played many different ways. Jungle, support, damage etc.
I play her as a support. I enjoy helping my team, turning people into kitties and getting on my staff.
If you're one of those people who wants to be the one with all of the kills, do not follow this build. It is for people who want sustainability, cool spells, a little damage and auras to keep your team alive. You should play her as a support because she was destined to be one =]