Jhin Build Guide by unrealPR0D16Y
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Runes: Main Runes
+1-10% CDR (lvls 1-18)
+15-90 HP (lvls 1-18)
+1-10% CDR (lvls 1-18)
+15-90 HP (lvls 1-18)
Threats & Synergies
It's a Leona. If you don't already understand why she is an Extreme threat, look up some videos of Leona 1v5's, because it's a little spooky. ...just a little...
He does the thing where he pokes you until you get so bored of laning that you just get up and do something else, eventually leading to your slow and painful demise. Also pretty good at running around and not dying. He's not a support...
I mean it doesn't matter who you're playing, seeing a Blitz lock in before (or even after) you is a terrifying sight (especially if you STILL lock in Jhin if he picks before you). His hook is usually easy to predict, but when you are in a fight it is a bit harder to watch out for, so watch out for it.
He jumps in on you and headbutts you into the top lane, ultimately leaving your poor helpless ADC without their very useful and, frankly, the best support in the game. Also pretty tanky, so be mindful of that. Also no one plays him.
You can still stun him if he puts up his wall, but you can't stun the actual threat. You essentially turn his wall into a useless ability (against you).
Just a bad champion TBH.
Assassin. "Just hide behind minions 4head." Like that ever works. Also just "don't get low and he can't ult you."
Nami is really strong with her stupid bubble thing and also her ult, so don't chase her and also don't be in lane so she can't ult you.
If you don't step up too far Lulu can't polymorph you, and that's really the only way I see you dying to her in lane.
Pretty much the same as Blitz, but Nautilus just objectively does more damage, so especially don't get pulled into him.
Her insane range and poke potential both go great with your one and only useful move (your W for god's sake) and her ult is a really strong CC, allowing you to use your W to CC for around 4 seconds. Really fun to play into (I'd assume).
Lots of damage with her guaranteed crits, and if you land your W maybe once or twice you can combo with Miss Fortune's ult.
Really only on here because of his ult. I mean he has a bit of lane pressure but they kinda have to know that they are being used for their ult and their ult only - so be sure to let them know.
Only strong if they know how to play/build her. Kai'sa can have some of the strongest lane pressures both early and mid game, and that added on to you standing there and pressing W sometimes, that's a winning lane if I've ever seen one.
I just kinda wanted to put him on here. If you have a Yasuo ADC I apologize - they are going to dive the enemy under tower and flame you because you didn't W both of the enemies.
He does damage. He also has a root, so that means W O M B O C O M B O.
Vayne has some of the strongest lane pressures and abilities to absolutely chunk the enemies, so she is a good partner in crime. She is going to find herself halfway up the lane and you will be standing right next to her because you are a tank and completely confident in your partner. Also hope that they land their root, because that means... well, you know what it means.
Champion Build Guide
Landing is a necessity to playing this champion in any position, so you better get used to it.
Playing around a "bad" ADC
ADC isn't the most interesting role to play, so some people get a little bored while playing it. Often times, the reason for your ADC flaming everyone (as they do) is because they either don't know their champion or they don't feel that you aren't doing enough in lane - and I will be the first to say: yes, I saw that play, it was bullsh*t and there really wasn't anything you could have done to counter it. And no, it has nothing to do with the champion you are playing, the enemies are just both the #1 ADC and Support on Oceanic.
Anyways, if you start falling behind in lane (in either kills or CS - or both) then there are a few things you can do to actually salvage the lane (or even the rest of the game if you're feeling spicy). Right, so first, if you're laner is down 40 CS or more, that's an obvious problem. If the problem is that they just don't know how to last hit because they just installed the game and are playing on a trackpad on a 1980's laptop salvaged from the scar left behind by Cherynoble, then there actually is a solution to this (and ONLY do this if your laner explicitly gives you some bs excuse about how they can't farm). Basically, just farm for them, so that the CS isn't just wasted. If this pisses them off, too bad, they shouldn't be in a position of financial ruin. Not your fault.
Falling behind in kills is a bit harder to recover from, though. But, who cares ultimately. You are playing Jhin. So when the jungler or even the mid-laner starts flaming the both of you for being 0-12, just say, and I quote, "At least we have team fights to look forward to!" Trust me, it works every time and the other members on your team will finally leave you alone. Well, up until the team fights when your ADC does -12 AD. At least they tried...right...?
As a precursor (and I'm just too lazy to scroll up slightly and type it a little farther up) You should probably tell your team (if you are the one with the best engage on your team) that you will be making engages. This is ACTUALLY IMPORTANT.
If you somehow tank a little too much damage during a team fight, at least you have that other useless ability to use and pretend to deal damage with, often referred to as .
Also if you see a Jhin support in your game (maybe even on the enemy team), just make sure you tell them that you are better than them because you read this guide and they probably didn't.
On the other side of the coin, if someone is to be so rude as to assume that you haven't read this guide, just reply saying "LmAO/?"
Anyways, have a good day/night/afternoon/evening, and good luck learning this amazing new support.