Best Solo Carry Junglers for Season 13

Best Solo Carry Junglers for Season 13

Best Solo Carry Junglers for Season 13

Season 13 is underway, and everyone is trying to climb and hit those high ranks in League of Legends. How is the climb going for you? Regardless of how well or not your climb is going, we can help you with today’s article on some of the best Junglers that can solo carry in season 13 of League of Legends.

A good Jungler will dominate the enemy Jungler by invading, be everywhere on the map at any given time, and secure all the major objectives for their team. Playing a solo carry Jungler is key if you’re wanting to climb in League of Legends, and in this Mobalytics article we will break down 5 of the best solo carry Junglers for season 13.

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Best Solo Carry Junglers for Season 13

  1. Wukong
  2. Rammus
  3. Amumu
  4. Viego
  5. Udyr

1. Wukong

Wukong is one of the strongest Junglers in season 13 due to his insane skirmishing power and ability to get kills in the early game. Strong solo queue Junglers should be able to make plays independently, and Wukong is excellent at doing that.

To master Wukong, you need to skirmish often early with the enemy Jungler and their teammates. You can look to invade frequently, take away camps, or fight them whenever you spot them. You can use your W to dodge the enemy’s skill shots or CC abilities and then turn around the exchange while they lack a CC tool.

Even if you do not get ahead early, you can still be a big nuisance to the enemy with your Ultimate, which you can use to catch enemies out of position and to interrupt and wreak havoc in team fights.

2. Rammus

The second champion on our list is Rammus. Rammus has always been a champion that is hit or miss. He can be good in certain matchups because he can stack armour against entire AD teams, but in season 13, Rammus is very good.

He has very good ganks, and he can gank with ease as it is hard for an enemy to escape him when he is charging at them with his Q. Rammus has a taunt too, which makes it difficult for anyone to escape from as well.

Rammus can just stack defensive items, taunt the enemy, and kill them on his own. This makes Rammus a grand champion in Solo Queue!

3. Amumu

Amumu is one of the best Junglers in Solo Queue right now. He is straightforward to play, and you can abuse him in every team composition. With an incredibly versatile build path, no matter what your team needs, Amumu is your champion!

He is vital in the early game and can start ganking early. With 2 Q stacks, he can assist and get kills. Post 6, his Ultimate is perfect and can lock down enemies for an extended period of time. A good Amumu must constantly look for plays with his Ultimate whenever it is available. The best Amumu players gank, get kills and blow enemy Flashes as soon as their Ultimate is up!

Amumu is, in fact, strong in multiple roles now and has been strong ever since his rework in Season 12, and with the recent item changes, he has become even stronger.

4. Viego

While this champion doesn’t have the best win rate in the world, a good Viego can take over the map and carry his allies to victory. Regardless of how good you’re as a Jungler, Viego will be a strong pick for you, and he can help you climb your way up to those high ranks.

A good Viego is going to skirmish and invade the enemy frequently. He will tend to spend more time in the enemy’s jungle than his own and also get a ton of kills in the early game! Viego’s find a good balance between slaying monsters and slaying enemies.

With his Ultimate, he can start ganking from level 3 and is even stronger at level 6. When he completes his first item, he is tough to deal with, especially if he gets it before the enemy.

5. Udyr

Udyr is the last champion on our list, but that doesn’t make him the weakest. Udyr is a strong Jungler in the current meta and has been extremely strong since his rework in Season 12.

With the new item and jungle changes hitting Summoners Rift, Udyr has received indirect buffs and is overall stronger with these newfound changes. He has excellent clear speed and objective control and can gank from the very early game.

Udyr has a highly adaptive build path and can adjust his build to what his teams need. This means he is good in Solo Queue, as he can build whatever he wants and still be a massive pain for the enemy team. If he gets an early lead, the enemy better be wary, as he will quickly take over the map through farming and ganking.

In Summary

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