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Urgot Build Guide by MisterDerpFace

Top A Guide To Urgot Itemization Made By An Unranked Player!

Top A Guide To Urgot Itemization Made By An Unranked Player!

Updated on April 24, 2022
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Runes: Please Read Notes

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Press the Attack
Legend: Tenacity
Last Stand

Taste of Blood
Ravenous Hunter

+10% Attack Speed
+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+6 Armor


1 2 3
The Usual One
LoL Summoner Spell: Flash


LoL Summoner Spell: Teleport



Threats & Synergies

Threats Synergies
Extreme Major Even Minor Tiny
Show All
None Low Ok Strong Ideal
Extreme Threats
Ideal Synergies
Ideal Strong Ok Low None

Champion Build Guide

A Guide To Urgot Itemization Made By An Unranked Player!

By MisterDerpFace
Pros & Cons
-S H O T G U N K N E E S
-Is pretty good at dueling
-Scales very well
-Is a "RANGED" toplaner

-Low mobility
-Weak Early game
-Ult can be hard to land
-Can get kited pretty hard
-Large Hit box :/
Tier 3 Item Notes (it was too long)
-Black Cleaver gives CDR, Damage, HP, and Armor Penetration, just the things that Urgot really likes.

-The Hydras, are pretty good for Urgot because of his W, Just one gives more damage, lifesteal and CDR, but doesn't offer you tankiness, and titanic gives you AD, HP, but no lifesteal and CDR.

-Anathema's Chains The Damage reduction doesn't work against true damage, so now I only take it against splitpushers...

-Antiheals are kinda obvious why.

-Guardian angel is for when you ABSOULUTELY need to carry.

-Spirit Visage is for when you have alot of healing FROM ITEMS.

-Maw of Malmortius is pretty good since it offers a shield, magic resistance and decent damage, making it good against full AP team-comps or something like that.

-Sterak's Gage is a good late game Item, and the low-health shield effect is nice for teamfights.

-Gargoyle Stoneplate can give a REALLY big Shield, but only in the late game, since the shield scales with HP

-BoRK gives damage and lifesteal, pretty good stats for Urgot, and also the 3 hit passive is also pretty good for him.

-Death's Dance gives you quite alot of dueling potencial, and is also really good against full AD team-comps.

-Serylda's is a fun Item, but doesn't offer anymore than the Slow and the AD and armor Penetration, wich is why I almost never build it.

-Warmog's Armor can replace Gargoyle Stoneplate in the tanky build if you want.

-Hullbreaker gives pretty good stats, and the Item Passive is really good for splitpushing, I usually consider taking this when Im ahead. Also, sell this Item late game since you'll be teamfighting alot.

-Now, Bloodthirster is a special one, since the lifesteal, damage and the "overheal" Shield it gives you is pretty good on Urgot, you just have to "W tap" since the item now gives crit chance.

-Wit's End on hit passive and the movespeed you get while in combat with it is pretty good, and can be built when dealing with AP characters. Also, the 40% attack speed can help you W tap.

-Silvermere Dawn is something I only use against Mordekaiser every 500 years and just sell it late game.
Little Tips and Tricks for Urgot :)
The most important and the ONLY important combo that you can do with urgot.



Basically you just press E and then flash immediately after you pressed E.

There's also this thing you can do, that I would like to call ,W tapping, this is something that helps increase your single target DPS.

Basically what you do is perform 3 attacks with your W, turn it off, autoattack once, and then turn W on right at the moment the Autoattack Projectile comes out.
Rinse and repeat, and you're W tapping.
This is a little bit easier than you think it its.

That's pretty much it, playing Urgot isn't really hard, just make sure your W key doesn't break :P
Things I might, JUST MIGHT change or add, to this guide
-Try to add more characters to the "threats" list

-Heck, maybe even add characters to the "synergies" list :v

-Fix some typos, or maybe not (:

-Add unnecessary things to this list

-Make a Singed guide?
Abilities, and how i use them!
DONT SPAM Q ON URGOT! You are gonna run out of mana and poking with autottacks is better anyway. Most of the time i'll be using this ability for the slow, or to kill a minion thats out of range.

As for his W, unless you have it maxed out, dont use it to farm. Just use your autoattacks instead, and save it in case you need it for an actual fight.

His E can be used to bait ppl who are stupid anough to towerdive you, and is your main engage tool. It does have some "buffer" animations or something like that, wich is basically his dash going off while mid air or CC'd.

I feel like theres more and more ways to negate Urgot's R, but thats just because I play against Yone way too much. Make sure to get near as many enemies as possible due to the AoE Fear that triggers whenever you send the poor soul that got caught in your R to the shadow realm.
Welp, Im now Unranked...
Should I play ranked just to get to bronze and stay there forever...?

Guess you'll never find out :P

You made it all the way here...
Well, thank you for reading this guide, and if it helped you, then that's great!
If it didn't, well, you can talk **** about me in the comment section, or, be a better person and give me suggestions on how to make the guide better!

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