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How do you deal with wards (when you're a jungler)?

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Reogrym

Senior Member

02-25-2011

Okay, so I'm ganking bot as Shaco, perfect opportunity, they appear to be overextending, however, when I approach the dragon area, bot backs off all the way to the turret. My gank has failed.

This isn't really a QQ thread, but how exactly do you deal with wards around dragon/the two choke points at top/mid OR the two brushes at top and at bot? I feel like I'm missing something fundamental. Is there a way to get around it that won't delay your build? A blindspot, perhaps?

Is there also something I'm missing, is there a way to know where the ward was placed exactly? (like a rough estimation of whether it was top or bot)


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Raydrick

Member

02-25-2011

You get the oracle to counter your counter. If you don't die/enable yourself to get the ganks that let you continue your build (we all know jungle exp/gold starts to get crappy fast) then oracle/vision wards (lol) are the logical conclusion.

Bonus: If they keep buying wards anyway then you're still slowing them down. Supporting your team by providing map control and slowing the enemy teams progress anyway? Priceless.


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Etteril

Senior Member

02-25-2011

I'm not really sure how to deal with that without spending gold to counter ward, but I would probably take advantage of their fear to take dragon or zone them out from the current minion wave or something.

Maybe you didn't get a gank, but that doesn't mean it has to be a total waste of effort.


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