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Warwick Build Guide by MegaAlphaDog

Jungle Low Elo Guide To Joining The Wolfpack

By MegaAlphaDog | Updated on July 9, 2020

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Runes: Standard

1 2
Press the Attack
Legend: Alacrity
Coup de Grace


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


LoL Summoner Spell: Flash


LoL Summoner Spell: Smite


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Low Elo Guide To Joining The Wolfpack

By MegaAlphaDog


Hello, my name is MegaAlphaDog and I made a very simple and easy to follow guide on how to climb your hearts out with Warwick.

Warwick is one of my favorite and easiest to learn junglers and is good for any new players that want to try him out.

This is my first go at making a Guide so more will be added soon!

Please upvote this guide if you enjoyed so that more people can play this elo stomping champion!
Pro's and Con's Back to Top
+ Warwick has a great and healthy jungle clear.
+ Great at skirmishing!
+ Warwick does objectives really fast due to his passive
+ Easy to play and very strong when played correctly
+ fun to master

- jungle clear is bad without tiamet
-need to work around champs that block your ultimate
- greivous wounds hurts you significantly
- kiting champs make it hard to dominate the game
Abilities Back to Top
Eternal Hunger: Warwick’s basic attacks deal bonus magic damage. If Warwick is below half health, the bonus damage heals him for the same amount.
Jaws of the Beast: Warwick lunges forward and bites his target, healing for some of the damage dealt. Holding down the key locks onto the target, causing Warwick to leap behind them.
Blood Hunt: (Passive): Enemy champions with less than half health leave behind a global blood trail leading to them and are Blood Hunted. Warwick has increased attack speed against Blood Hunted targets and massively increased out-of-combat movement speed when moving toward them. These bonuses are tripled against enemies with very low health.
(Active): The nearest champion is Blood Hunted, even if they're full health. Blood Hunt’s active has a long cooldown but cools down twice as fast while no enemies are being hunted.
Primal Howl: Warwick takes reduced damage for a short duration. At the end of the duration — or if activated again — Warwick howls, causing nearby enemies to flee in fear.
Infinite Duress: Warwick leaps in a direction and suppresses the first champion he collides with, dealing damage and applying on-hit effects throughout the duration. The jump lenght scales with movement speed.

Ability Sequence
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I like to max w first because when you get close enough but not in vision of target
you can press W for speed towards an enemy champ.

If possible, you will want to press E just before you follow up with a Q. Press E again for Fear. Auto attack twice for the Press the Attack dmg.

Ult is a great engage tool as it helps close the gap. You can then follow through with the combo and BOOM! one kill secured.

Level 6 is an all-around good time to really begin to ramp up your ganks as once you have your R up it is easy to stop an enemies escape
What Smite should I take?? Back to Top

blue or red smite on Warwick don't really change much, but I prefer blue smite into squishy mages and assassins that can easily dodge and attempt to escape your grasp.
Jungle Clearing Back to Top

if starting Red side (topside):
[*] you can start red first to attempt to secure a level 2 gank. You can secure either an enemy flash or even a kill with level 2 advantage.

if starting Red(botside):
[*] Go red -> blue -> scuttle at blue -> gromp lvl 3 -> gank /counter gank top/mid or finish camps.

if starting Blue (topside):
[*] Blue -> scuttle -> Gromp -> wolves -> gank or red and finish farming up.

Starting Blue(botside):
[*] Blue -> Scuttle -> Enemy Red for a steal or counter jungle. If your team has wave prior attempt to counter jungle, but ONLY if they have prio

You will need to buy tiamat first back, if you don't have enough or you die just buy long swords and boots or red ward

Communication is key! Good luck soldier make the Wolfpack proud!
League of Legends Build Guide Author MegaAlphaDog
MegaAlphaDog Warwick Guide

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Low Elo Guide To Joining The Wolfpack
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