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Udyr Build Guide by Yasmaste

Jungle Udyr, the master of Season 11

Jungle Udyr, the master of Season 11

Updated on March 19, 2021
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Runes: ad

1 2 3 4
Precision
Conqueror
Triumph
Legend: Alacrity
Coup de Grace

Sorcery
Nimbus Cloak
Celerity
Bonus:

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

Spells:

1 2 3 4
jg
LoL Summoner Spell: Flash

Flash

LoL Summoner Spell: Smite

Smite

Champion Build Guide

Udyr, the master of Season 11

By Yasmaste
Udyr
Udyr is one of the most versatile champions, having a viable AD path , AP path and a tank path
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about
Overall rough patch for Phoenix Tank Udyr. Riot dialed back his clear speeds (revert of a 10.21 buff) and making him squishier. This huge nerf to his early game and delay his opportunity to clear fast enough for Turbo Chemtank. In a gank oriented meta he will have to rely more and more on gank as a 100 year champion.
Phoenix Tank Udyr has been nerfed but it appears hybrid Udyr will still be very good.
Trundle, a natural counter to Udyr, was slightly buffed.
Stridebreaker got buffed with the range with the AD and slow decreased which makes this an even nice item for hybrid Udyr.
Situational items Black Cleaver, Serpent's Fang, and Maw of Malmortius got overall buffs that make them very reliable for Udyr. Some are even more cost efficient now.
Preferred ban:Olaf

Pros
→ Helps teammates fall in line
→ Fast movement to objectives
→ Allows you to dip into jungle
→ Can protect and peel as necessary
→ Compliments his team late game

Cons
→ Does not scale as hard as others
→ Cannot get to backline easy
→ Without Aftershock, melts to a collapse
→ Cannot prevent burst
→ Hard CC completely negates Udyr
ganking
ach clear has their own strengths and weaknesses compared to the other, each game is different and you may consider changing up a clear path to match the tempo of the game. However, some players prefer a style of start and playstyle, and finding the one that maximizes that potential is also a valid start


In the current meta most enemy champions start on the red side of the buff, but for those who choose to start Blue Buff you have a lot of pressure to engage and win the duel. Very few champions are able to win in a straight up fight with Blue Buff vs red, as the extra damage is enough to tilt the favor into your own. Take advantage of this and look for chances to snag camps from the enemy jungler and pick a fight if you're playing with Tiger Stance. If you’re able to snag camps and win a fight against them use their back time to place vision into their jungle and find more chances to secure a lead. The same applies if they are red starters who are trying to contest a gank opportunity or invade you.

Some enemy champions will attempt to invade you, but with vision you can call your teammates to rotate or even just go fight him yourself. If possible, catch the enemy jungler in your jungle with your team for free double buffs, if this is impossible due to lane priority then you’ll want to vertical jungle.
Invading
Whenever you’re looking for an invade, you need to consider the same things that deal with contesting Scuttles. These requirements are universal for all times of the game, and will be a general guide with notes focusing on each section of the game.

⋆ Lane priority and Lane answering: Which laner can come without losing a lot of xp and cs in their lane?

⋆ Levels & powerspikes: Who is at what level, with what buffs and are they at a powerspike?

⋆ Item builds & Runes: Who has what items, runes and how do they interact with each other?

⋆ Vision: Both vision that is denied and vision that each team has.


When invading, the most optimal route for Udyr is to avoid being seen, depending on which river bushes are warded, you can invade through these routes on both sides of the river.

When invading, you are looking to deny the enemy resources of XP and Gold, taking buffs if optimal, and leaving camps with one mob left if you cannot return in the future. This will reduce their ability to stay in the game, and by contrast, weaken their future ganks. Furthermore, should you catch them out and kill them in the jungle, you’ll set the enemy into a tilt spree and can push them even further behind.
level 1 invade
Some team comps are better geared for early aggression from level 1 and will often be tempted to start a five man dive. Oftentimes, this is dependent on the support selection but other champions are just as viable on early invades. Should you see these champions on the enemy team, you’ll want to prepare accordingly to counter their dive into the enemy team.


Taric, Leona, Blitzcrank, Nautilus and Lux are some examples of champions who have a strong level 1 CC and will look to make strong picks off it. The more champions who start level 1 with cc on the enemy team, like Jax, will make it more tempting and a better possible payoff for these enemy compositions.

When you see these team compositions, your best bet is to plan if your team composition should fight or flight. The flight option will take the action of the previous part, optimal vision control to avoid giving the enemy a chance to slip in the cracks and catching someone unaware. You want to do this when your team comp’s level one is far weaker such as Vayne, Zed, Renekton. Champions who need more levels to access the full power of their kit will often be better off avoiding engages.

However, should your team composition have a fighting chance, and even sometimes your coordination is enough, you can choose to counter a spotted invade by bush camping. Bush camping is forcing all five champions into the fog of war provided by a bush, and allowing the enemy team to face check into you. As Udyr this puts you in a great position of strength to double dot the first enemy you can, and put the enemy team into a panic. Champion picks that are strong counter invaders are Taric, Jax, Lux and the king of country invades, Sion. If these champions are on your team, consider stacking into a bush and turning those invades around. Be careful however for champs like Nautilus, Thresh and Blitzcrank who can throw skills blindly into said bushes and pull someone out of the early fight.
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