The worst junglers in League of Legends Patch 9.23 are a preface to what will happen in Season 10. Preseason has made jungling a role many people need to relearn, as the changes to dragons, rift herald and jungle experience will be felt by everyone in the game. To help streamline the learning process, here are the five worst junglers in Patch 9.23. Stay away from these at all cost.
5 Worst Junglers in League of Legends Patch 9.23
5. Lee Sin
In a previous entry, Lee Sin is listed at the best jungler. So what happened? Well, the thing about Lee Sin is that if you're good at him he is the best jungler in the game. If you're not? You might as well as not be play him. While behind, Lee Sin is quite literally useless. You're much better off just letting the enemy run it down mid lane so you can go on the next game.
It's been a long time coming for Graves. This is the same Graves that was the best jungler in the game just a year ago. What happened? Well, Riot happened. He's been nerfed quite a bit, sometimes for seemingly no reason. Now he struggles to find a place in the meta, but at least he has his Cigar back.
Sejuani suffers the same problems as Graves. Once one of the strongest junglers in the game, Sejuani is now relegated to the bottom of the tier list. Her kit is very strong; she simply doesn't have the numbers to support it. If Riot were to buff her even slightly, she'd be unstoppable on the rift. Maybe it's better this way?
There is only one way this rat has any relevance on the map as a jungler, and that's cheese. Twitch is a gank-heavy cheese jungler who looks to snowball by getting as many kills as he can. If he doesn't, he'll just die over and over again while being invaded.
Qiyana jungle is a good if your name is Tian. If you're reading this, your name probably isn't Tian. She's a tough jungler to master. Her clear can be difficult to pull off, meaning it's common to become low in the jungle and risk being invaded. And much like Lee Sin, once she falls behind she is useless. You're better off staying away from her.
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