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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Good Junglers that are somewhat easy to play as?

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    Good Junglers that are somewhat easy to play as?

    Is there any "somewhat easy" Junglers to play as? I've been trying out Kayn as a Jungler and he's awesome, but I don't want to be a 1-trick with just Kayn as a jungler and I want somebody to fall back on. Any suggestions?
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    PsiGuard (1495) | October 25, 2019 5:03pm
    Tanky junglers: Nunu & Willump, Dr. Mundo, Volibear, Zac, Rammus

    Damage junglers: Vi, Olaf, Warwick

    Slightly tougher to play but good: Kha'Zix, Ekko

    Hopefully one or two of those piques your interest. Just try out as many as you can and see if you like one more than the others. Most junglers aren't too mechanically demanding.
    Prate_k (24) | November 15, 2019 11:09am
    hecarim and vi are very obnoxious right now, the trinity force item power spike is crazy and they can go as tanky as they please, with point click abilities it makes them easy to carry with and just shutdown junglers even before they can do anything about it.
    akinarok1 | November 9, 2019 1:06am
    O melhor seria junglers com grande impacto por exemplo amumu, jax, cho gath, master yi ou Vi
    Marumo (14) | November 6, 2019 12:09pm
    There's a lot of nice junglers, just depends what you're looking for.

    Tanky junglers are always somewhat easy because they can take a lot of hits in fights and tend to be more straightforward in their aims. Champions like Dr. Mundo and Rammus are probably the easiest of the lot, and your role in the game is top suck up the damage whilst your carries carry. These might be good if you're looking for champions that can take a large beating.

    Bruisers with easier kits and a built in heal can be nice to pick up. Warwick and Xin Zhao (and I'd also recommend Shyvana fall in this group. They tend to have a mix of damage items and tanky items, so they tend to be champions that don't die immediately, but can still do some damage. These might be good if you're looking for a champion to get up close and personal to do damage. Harder champions in this group include Camille and Aatrox.

    Ap Champions come in a few flavours for jungles. They can be a tad trickier to play because most of them find it harder to clear the jungle in the early game. Check out Fiddlesticks and Karthus if you're looking for an Ap champion. These might work well for those games when the entirety of your team have AD damage, it can really make the difference to have at least one person doing Ap damage. Harder champions in this group include Evelynn and Elise

    Finally you have what I like to call the "unique" junglers. These range from the support like Ivern to the adc like Kindred and the god of low elo Master Yi. These champions might be more fun if you want something a bit different.

    Overall, I'd recommend trying champions in free rotation, and maybe even watch a few videos on youtube of other people playing jungle. You never know, you might watch someone play Rek'Sai and just instantly click and decide regardless of how hard it is you want to make it work. Good luck :)
    Balorer | October 31, 2019 4:17am
    I find Amumu to be one of the easier junglers out there, you do rely on hitting his Bandage Toss tho, but if you can reliable do it it should all be smooth as helping your team with him is pretty easy, also his ultimate is a easy tide turner in team fights.
    Prate_k (24) | November 15, 2019 11:07am
    That ultimate cooldown does not care much for the game times that happen now.
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