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Ivern Build Guide by Unishamaani

Jungle Season 11 Ivern guide with pathing [20.23]

Jungle Season 11 Ivern guide with pathing [20.23]

Updated on November 16, 2020
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Runes: Inspiration secondary

1 2 3 4
Summon Aery
Nimbus Cloak

Future's Market
Approach Velocity

+8 ability haste
+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+6 Armor


LoL Summoner Spell: Chilling Smite

Chilling Smite

LoL Summoner Spell: Flash


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Win 51%
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Season 11 Ivern guide with pathing [20.23]

By Unishamaani
Pathing 1: Wolves, Blue buff smite, gromp, raptors, red buff, collect gromp, collect wolves, collect raptor, collect red,Gank if possible, smite scuttle, This is the better clear.

Pathing 2: Red buff, Raptors, smite blue, gromp, wolves, collect red, collect raptors, collect wolves, Gank if possible, Smite scuttle, This clear is a bit worse so i recommend the other clear

Remember to use in your clear! very important!
Item explanations
Imperial mandate is the only item that is good with Ivern. buy this everytime. It gives good stats and a great passive.
Mobility boots as always. If you want in combat movement speed take Swifties. Build Mercs only when Really heavy CC. Build steelcaps only vs 4 Auto attack champs
Ardent if you have a AD carry.
Mikael's blessing if enemy has heavy CC for example: Ashe, Nautilus or Maokai.
Staff of flowing water if a mage is fed .
Chempunk putrifierChempunk putrifier if you need wounds for example: Darius, Illaoi or Cassiopeia.
Redemtion is a solid tanky item vs balanced.
you can build dark seal if you have gold left on your backs or you know you can keep the stacks. If you can get 7-10 stacks uprgade it to Mejai's soulstealer.
Rabadons is a great last item.
Knight's vow if you need armor or your carries are fed.
Horizon focus if you want pure AP.
Zhonyas if you need armor or enemies have cruicial ults like Zed, Ashe and Karthus.
Why these Runes?
Aery because its the best rune of the sorcery tree because it gives damage and shield enhancment.
Nimbus cloack because other runes are bad for ivern.
The new transcendence is still the best one in the second slot. If you really want you can take celerity if you play better with it.
Waterwalking because it help you take your tagged camps and gives you better ganks. Scuttle fights are also easier.
Futures market is still good for getting early mythic item.
This time approach velocity is better because Cosmic isight got reworked. If you don't like approach velocity get magical footwear.

Guardian is the best rune for the resolve page
Font of life bocuse other ones are trash for ivern.
Bone plating because it gives you more survability. Conditioning is great if you are going to build MR and armor.
Revitalise is the best minor rune for ivern because it helps you out so much.
Pros and Cons
    -Best jungle clear in the game
    -Excellent CC
    -Daisy is broken
    -Surprising damage
    -Daisy is very strong

    -Can't Solo carry
    -Can't solo objectives without Daisy
    -Easily invaded
Ivern the Cruel was renowned as a fierce warrior, in the latter days of the ancient Vorrijaard. His clan followed the most warlike of the old gods, and would not kneel before the upstart “Three Sisters” like so many others had.

However, the dark sorcery that strengthened their armies was undeniable. Ivern and his kin plotted long and hard to overthrow these hated Iceborn, eventually setting sail into the east—in search of the land where the sun first rose, from where it was said that all magic flowed into the world. If Ivern could seize such power for his own, then he could surely break any foe.

As his fleet sailed over the horizon, they passed out of memory and into myth, for they were never seen in their homeland again.

In truth, Ivern the Cruel landed on the shores of Ionia. After cleaving through a dozen coastal settlements, he and his warriors discovered a sacred grove known as Omikayalan, “the Heart of the World”. And there, in that strange and verdant garden, they met the fiercest resistance. Chimeric beings—half human, half beast—came at them again and again beneath the twisted branches.

Undeterred, Ivern pressed on, until the battered remnants of his expedition reached what the Ionians held so sacred: the legendary God-Willow.

Ivern was transfixed, even as the fighting raged around him. It was a truly colossal tree, dripping with long gossamer leaves that shimmered with golden-green light. It was magic like nothing he had ever felt before, and it was clear these inhuman creatures would die to protect it. Seeking to shatter their resolve, he took up his war axe, and roared with hatred as he struck at the God-Willow over and over again.

The great tree fell. In a riot of life-energy, Ivern the Cruel was instantly undone.

Detached, drifting, he saw the battle was over. The flesh of the fallen fed carrion birds and insects alike, or decayed under bursts of colorful mushrooms. Bones rotted into fertile soil, and seeds within it budded and sprouted into trees bearing fruit of their own. Leaves and petals pulsed like colorful hearts. From the death that surrounded him, life exploded forth in ways too numerous to believe.

Never had Ivern beheld such beauty. Life, in all its forms, was tangled together like an impossible knot that didn’t want to be untied. He wept, and those dewdrop tears fell upon his changed body. He was taller than he remembered, his limbs rough with bark and leaves. The magic of an entirely different world coursed through him. He did not know why, or how, but he was all that now remained of the God-Willow.

With that realization, he heard the bawling of hills, the howling of trees, and the dripping tears of moss. He reflected on the mistakes he’d made, the cruelty he’d visited on others. Remorse washed over Ivern, and he cried out for forgiveness.

When he finally moved, so much time had passed that the world felt… new? The violence and sadness of his former self were mere echoes in his heart. He found he could dig his toes deep into the soil, and commune with the roots, rocks, and rivers. Even the dirt itself had opinions!

Ivern wandered far—across Ionia, and beyond—and the strange magic of Omikayalan followed in his wake. He developed close kinships with creatures great and small, observing their foibles, delighting in their little habits, and occasionally offering a helping hand. He shortened the inchworm’s path, played tricks with mischievous bramblebacks, hugged thorny elmarks, and laughed with wizened elder-fungus.

In one instance, he found a wounded stone golem. Knowing the poor thing’s spirit was fading, he fashioned her a new heart from a river pebble, and the golem became Ivern’s devoted life-friend. He named her Daisy, after the flowers that mysteriously sprouted from her stone body.

Sometimes, Ivern encountered mortals, and many of them were at least somewhat peaceful. They called him Bramblefoot, or Green Father, or the Old Woodsman, and told tales of his strange benevolence. But he was filled with sadness to see how they still took more than they gave, how they could be so cruel and so careless, and he retreated from their company.

If he bore the God-Willow’s legacy, he needed to cultivate humanity—help them watch, listen, and grow. Being mortal once himself, Ivern knew this would be difficult, so he smiled and challenged himself to complete this task before the final sunset.

He knew he would have time.

TLDR: Ivern was a cruel warrior going to kill the iceborn and accidentally went to Ionia. There he fought half human half beasts and passed out. He transformed into the God-Willow. He wandered around Ionia and made Daisy. Now he bore the legacy of The God-Willow therefore he waned people to Watch, learn and grow. He knew this would be hard but he had time.
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