Udyr Build Guide by tajatysz
This build has been archived and is for historical display only.
PLEASE NOTE: This build has been archived by the author. They are no longer supporting nor updating this build and it may have become outdated. As such, voting and commenting have been disabled and it no longer appears in regular search results.
Not Updated For Current Season
This guide has not yet been updated for the current season. Please keep this in mind while reading. You can see the most recently updated guides on the browse guides page.
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 have archived this build on the day of 6th November.
It's gonna be unarchived some day, im planning to make some significant changes.
First of all, hello to my Jungle DPS build for Udyr, in this build i'm explaining the jungle route, as well as item choices.
Pros & Cons
+One of best junglers in game
+Can be a tank, as well as a DPS.
+Stunning with Basic Attack with Bear Stance, isn't that awesome?
-No ranged skills.
-Vulnerable to CC.
-Not so easy champion to master.
(The smaller icon is, the less useful the spell is.)
- Needed to jungle as Udyr.
- My absolutely favourite Spell, nice MS boost, and when you will mix it up with Bear Stance while having 3 items for MS(Boots, Trinity, PD) your speed is crazy!About 730, no one will be able to escape from you.
- Pretty good skill, catch up a champion who flashed out, or flash through wall to escape, but yeah, the distance is pretty ****, imo Ghost is better for chasing and escaping. It just doesn't match Udyr as good as does.
- Blue Golem should get the job done.
- Tired of getting CCd to death? Take it.
Build #1 - Carry
Build #2 - Tank
VS Mixed team
+ OR (and Mercury's Treads as boots recommended!)
VS Magic team
(and Mercury's Treads as boots recommended!)
VS Physical team
Shutting down carries:
Build #3 - Tiger Udyr
Standard Jungling Route:
1st Step : Start up with a and x5. Put your first skill point into , and head off to Small Golems Camp. Activate your and one of the golems, then just slap them to death, i used to activate only twice during this encounter to save mana, but now as stance costs were decreased you probably will be able to use it tree times without losing much mana. Use your 1st if you are low on HP, you should lvl up, put your skill point into .
2nd Step : Head to Wraiths' camp, stand between them, activate , beat em up a bit, when the Blue one dies, activate and finish the others off. A might be needed
3rd Step : Head off to Wolf camp, start with and kill big wolf first, after procs switch to and stay in it until the end of battle. Near the end of fight drink your next .
4th Step : Go to the Blue Golem, you should be in already, keep slapping the Golem with your strikes until you've got about 150 Mana, then switch to , drink your and start beating him up, when you feel low on hp switch back to , but remember, after switching from back to you will have to stay it until you'll have enough Mana. the golem when he's on about 600 HP. Recall and get your stuff.
5th Step : Go back to small golems, then wolves, then wraiths, do as you did before them, after the job is done your should be ready, if it's not, recall to heal yourself for the time it's cooling down.
6th Step : When your is ready, go for Red Lizard, do as you did at Blue Golem, after him you should have 5 lvl, time to gank.
Okay, so you came out of the Jungle with about 5th level, now it's time to gank, recall to heal and get items, then start ganking, i usually gank mid, stay in the brush until your victim comes closer, or ask someone from that lane to bait him into this brush, start by stunning him with Bear Stance, then switch to Phoenix Stance(or Tiger Stance if you are using build #3) and keep attacking, they should get slowed by Red Buff and die under the rain of your strikes, if he's trying to escape, you can catch them with MS boost from Bear Stance. Keep ganking but remember to always help at solo top. At about lvl 9 go to solo dragon. Always refresh buffs and counter jungle when possible.
Few tips for begginers.
#1 Red Buff often leads to a SUCCESFUL gank.
#2 When fighting, turn Phoenix Stance as often as possible, because it gives bonus AD for 5 seconds.
#3 Remember to have the ward from Wriggle's Lantern placed at Baron or Dragon.
#4 Bear Stance has a short movement speed boost, it can be useful for escaping and chasing.
#5 Youmuu's Ghostblade has an active effect which increases your Attack and Movement Speed, and the effect lasts longer if you are attacking, so it's more useful for pushing and teamfights than for chasing and escaping.