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[10.3] The Art of Oneshots
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Runes: One Shot Rengar
+10% Attack Speed
+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
Ability Order One Shot Rengar
Threats & Synergies
Champion Build Guide
I started playing Jungle with him, and never changed to another main Champ since then.
So first of all i want to tell u something about my guide. Why did i choose Rengo as my main, when and why do i pick him, how do i play him, and, and, and... So sit back, grab a drink and enjoy the guide!
In my Opinion Rengar is one of the most fun jungler to play. I mean u can OneShot the enemy Jungler or (especially) Adc in app. 0.5 secs. And let's be serious, this is f*ckn fun to let enemies play in black-and-white-mode. Especially the adc. I mean you got your ult back earlier than they respawn later in the game.
Rengar is a really offensive Choice in the jungle. But if u manage to get a bit farer ahead, you are an unstoppable Monster for the enemies. You are able to get in the enemy junglers jungle, clear his camps and anything he can do is watching you.
Farer he can't even go near bushes in the jungle. Especially in the early game he cant do sh*t against you (besides its Udyr, but for real, f*ck udyr).
In my eyes, Rengar is a champ you can play 20 games in a row and still have fun with him.
He's perfect for lower Elos ( Iron - Platinum) because, even if you make mistakes they arent really able to punish you and will underestimate the champion itself.
Try to farm any camp u can. Get your levels as fast as possible. Before level 6 ganking is pretty hard. You can try it through bushes, but you should be sure to get at least an assist or a flash down, so u dont fall that much behind in your level.
The early Jungle Route is as easy as it sounds.
1. You start your red. You fall behind if you start blue (even though it sounds weird.) Before you start your red at 1:30 you use your bouncing back plant with a jump out of your bush with Q so u get 2 Ferocity Stacks and your Q is ready again when u start Red Buff. Attack the plant at 1:23.
Then you full clear the Golems. Use your ward to jump over the wall. You should've 5 Ferocity Stacks at attacking them first. Use your smite and aa resets on them, so u won't lose hp at all. You now can contest the Scuttler ( You will definitely be able to fight the jungler at lvl 2, but pay attention to the lanes. Don't feed and fall behind. Do your team the favor.
If you dont feel comfortable contestint it, do your wraiths (start little ones first to get less damage). After this camp you are level 3. Now you need to decide wether you contest the next scutler, gank a lane with empowered e or continue farming. I#D recommend to contest the scuttler and try to gank after to get your lane an advantage.
Your first backport should be, when you can afford a Tiamat. after it you have a big Powerspike. You Easily can contest nearly anything now. Try it and counterjungle, gank with your Ult at level 6 and farm up. Use your time wisely, dont waste it here. With Tiamat you clear the wraith camp in app. 2-4 seconds. So try to steal it from the enemy Jungler.
Now it's in your Hands if you get fed or not here. Your main target are more squishy champs, so play around Bot/Mid and ward out the enemy jungle to get the best posiibilities to get fed ( E.g. a Kha Zix with 400 Hp on his Blue Buff is a really nice snack.)
Further play objective. Try to push towers, get drakes and Rift herald and get easy picks. Try to play around your team here unless you are not super fed. Thats all for the mid game. Punish the enemies as often as you can, always be produtive.