5 Best Junglers in League of Legends Patch 10.4

Elise remains at the best jungler in League of Legends Patch 10.4, but who joins her on the list?
Elise remains at the best jungler in League of Legends Patch 10.4, but who joins her on the list? / Riot Games

The best junglers in League of Legends Patch 10.4 will feature a host of champions making their way into the jungle and buffs to items tank junglers love to use. With all the new changes, here are the five best junglers on League of Legends Patch 10.4.

Best Junglers Patch 10.4

1. Elise

Elise has been a dominant force in the jungle since the jungle experience changes that accompanied the start of Season 10 and the spider queen tops the list of best of junglers again on Patch 10.4.

Elise's early game kit and ganking synergy with most mid and top laners allows her to snowball lanes at level 3. She can also set up coordinated dives on the bottom and top side of the map using her Rappel (E) to manage turret aggro and get to safety without using flash.

The only nerf she gets on Patch 10.4 is an indirect nerf that raises the cost of Stopwatch for all players by 50 gold. Until she receives targeted nerfs or AP jungle items get nerfed, she'll remain one of the best junglers to play in Season 10.

2. Rek'Sai

Like Elise, Rek'Sai has an incredibly strong early game and great kit that synergizes well with most solo laners. Her ability to guarantee crowd control using a Flash and Unburrow (W) combination gives her laners significant kill pressure in lane and can help her team get ahead early.

Rek'Sai also has the ability to solo objectives early on, which gives her team an added advantage if they are able to control the bottom side of the map. At level 6 she can set up coordinated dives using Void Rush (R) to drop tower aggro. Without direct nerfs to either her kit or her preferred jungle items, Rek'Sai will remain a top tier jungler.

3. Sejuani

The biggest change on Patch 10.4 is the return of tank junglers to the meta with the planned buffs to Cinderhulk, Sunfire Cape, and Bami's Cinder. Combine those changes with two consecutive buffs to Sejuani and you have a scenario that favors the return of Sejuani to the meta.

Sejuani's clear speed will now improve significantly after just 900 gold and her synergy with melee champions allows her to do early objectives like dragons and Rift Herald with relative ease.

4. Jarvan IV

Already a decent jungler for his ability to set up late game team fights with his Cataclysm (R) and synergy with champions like Miss Fortune, Rumble, and Galio in creating a wombo combo that can change the outcome of a game.

The recent buffs to Cinderhulk may allow Jarvan to once again build the item while taking the Conquerer rune, making him an incredibly strong front line threat at just two items.

5. Olaf

With planned nerfs to Soraka and Sona on Patch 10.4, Olaf will not be the same kind of menace that's terrorized Summoner's Rift in Season 10. That doesn't mean he won't be one of the stronger junglers on the patch.

With a kit that allows him to chase down opposing carrier who find themselves out of position or isolated from their teammates, Olaf can pose a huge threat in fights around major objectives and can even steal away objectives by combining the true damage burst of Smite and Reckless Swing (E).