Dr. Mundo Humor Guide by Ridge
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Dr. Mundo Build
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Hey, I'm Ridge. I'm not even level 30, and I kind of suck, but I'm making this build to show how amazing this build is.
Are you tired of recalling every five seconds? Don't you hate spending all your hard-earned gold?
Well, I found a solution for you. With this build, you won't even have to recall. Your ult can heal you up in no time. And why spend your gold when you can just not spend it? Bragging rights will be acquired very easily.
Here's an example of me playing it in Summoner's Rift:
The only reason I only had one kill was because they surrendered.
Oh boy, look at that low level
Sidenote: I am now level 30, and I'm pretty sure I play better than I did before. Anyway, this guide still stands, except that I don't play Mundo much anymore.
+ Awesomeness of the supremo variety
+ Bragging rights (even your team will brag for you)
- You only have Boots of Speed
- You have to be somewhat cautious before level 6
- Overextending could mean an easy kill from their jungler
I know what you're thinking. "Ridge, there more cons than pros! In fact, the pros don't even mean anything, while the cons are actual problems!"
Alright, alright. Keep your pants on and stop yelling at me. These cons can be easily solved by a strong team and some smart play: harass with your Infected Cleaver and don't get too aggressive. Your Flash, Ghost, Sadism, and Infected Cleaver can all help you escape if you're in a pinch.
"But Ridge! That screenshot you posted was in Summoner's Rift, and I only play Twisted Treeline!"
Okay, first of all, stop only playing Twisted Treeline. Second of all,
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That Mundo on the other team obviously had a worse build than I did. The one time I died was at the very beginning of the game, when I overextended slightly.
But it still worked.
There is absolutely no potential for this in ranked play. Get some friends to play with you in a bot or normal game, and just have some fun and never recall.
You should be able to get the red buff if you have to; you don't need anything more than Boots of Speed to do that. Without any items to boost your health, attack speed, AD, or AP, the red buff may be the best you're going to get.
Also, if you're going to try to jungle Mundo, there are way better builds than this. I know, you think that this is the greatest build ever and that it can't fail in any situation, and you're right.
For the most part, for jungling a high-sustain character like Mundo, I recommend (can you guess?):
And, of course...
Read MildlyMalicious's Tiamat guide if you don't believe me when I say that the Tiamat is the greatest item of all ever.
Admittedly, I did not play that well that match, but it wasn't the Tiamat's fault.
Also, stack some Ionic Sparks and, of course, the Prospector's Blade in Summoner's Rift. That's possible, right?
Pfft... who needs runes? I started a month ago, I'm not even level 30, I have eight lesser runes total, and I do perfectly fine.
Oh, and the masteries and skill sequences and whatnot? Yeah, just do whatever you want with those. I'm eventually going to use the masteries that I picked out for Mundo, but you can do what you think is best. As for the skill sequences, your Infected Cleaver gets top priority, and, of course, level up your ultimate whenever you can.
Are you convinced?
This build works like the dickens. I have never lost a match with this build, but, then again, the other team always seems to surrender.
"But Ridge! I have so many questions! How am I supposed to tank anything? What if my team tells me to GTFO and recall? Why are you so damn attractive?"
Well, the one thing you can do is use your Infected Cleaver and just act like a ranged AD carry. You can also take damage perfectly fine, as long as you use Sadism before you jump in. Just make sure not everyone is attacking you at once.
"Mother of God, Ridge... I think this is viable."
Get the pun?
This build is terrible, but you should go for it. Worst case scenario, you die once and you buy a Warmog's with the 3k gold you have saved up. It's perfectly fine if you play well.
And guys... stay classy.
Credits go to jhoihoi for the build template thing, although I barely used it.
Also, this is my first guide, and it's kind of a troll guide. Please excuse its ****piness.