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LoL Evelynn Jungle Path S14, JG Routes, Jungle Clearing Guide And Build

Evelynn Jungle Path And Build

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In-depth Evelynn Jungle pathing guide. Find the most popular Pro Evelynn Jungle path, Season 14 jg routes and how to jungle clear with Evelynn as a beginner. Including the highest win-rate Evelynn jungle runes and item build for LoL Patch 14.7
50.7%
Win Rate
4.5%
Pick Rate
13.7%
Ban Rate
22 / 54
Jungle Rank

Summoner Spells

Countered By
Strong Against

Evelynn Jungle Runes

Domination
Electrocute
Sudden Impact
Eyeball Collection
Relentless Hunter
Sorcery
Absolute Focus
Waterwalking
Adaptive Force
Adaptive Force
Health Scaling

Evelynn Jungle Items

Skill Leveling Order

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Evelynn Jungle Tips and Tricks

  • Evelynn is able to know when she has been spotted due to the glowing yellow eye over nearby enemy champions and changes to her stealth circle.
  • Every Evelynn player will want to focus on power farming until level six as that is when Evelynn gains her much needed ultimate and the previously mentioned stealth mechanic. Evelynn's early game is very weak, and her gank capabilities are close to non-existent unless the enemy is heavily over-extending.
  • Evelynn is very simple to gank with— utilize her stealth to get close to the enemy and cast Allure & wait for the heart to fill up. Cast Hate Spike as this will charm the enemy to walk towards you, keep spamming Hate Spike while also using Whiplash to deal tremendous amounts of damage. Most enemies at this point have very low life, and this is when Evelynn can finish off the enemy with ease by using her ultimate Last Caress.
  • Last Caress does bonus damage to Baron and Dragon when they are below 30% health, this allows Evelynn to secure objectives with ease by timing Last Caress and Smite properly.

Master Evelynn Jungle Clear

Six Camp Jungle Path Red Brambleback Start Blue Side JG Clear Guide
Six Camp Jungle Path Red Brambleback Start Red Side JG Clear Guide

Pro Evelynn Jungle Path —full clear with a Red Buff start

  • This Evelynn Jungle Path focuses on a full clear with a Red Brambleback start. As the first skill you will be taking Hate Spike. When the Red Brambleback dies, at level two you'll unlock Whiplash and head over to clear the Krugs. After the Krugs are dead, Raptors are next and finishing them grants you level three, allowing you to unlock Allure. You are going to path towards the Blue Buff side next and clear the Wolves, Blue Buff & Gromp. These grant you level four, upgrade Hate Spike and head to the Rift Scuttler as it is last on the kill list. Afterwards it's possible to invade the enemy jungler's Raptors or gank a lane if there is a "free kill" available.
  • This Evelynn Jungle Clear is very popular on the Blue Team's side because it both allows you to path into bottom lane, usually paths out of the enemy jungler's way and you get to have early dragons!
  • It's also possible to start this pathing leashless by doing Raptors into Krugs and then Red Brambleback & continue with the same Blue side pathing.

Jungle Route Summary

Six Camp Jungle Path Blue Sentinel Start Blue Side JG Clear Guide
Six Camp Jungle Path Blue Sentinel Start Red Side JG Clear Guide

Evelynn Jungle Path —full clear with a Blue Buff start

  • This Evelynn Jungle Path starts on the Blue Buff. It is a full clear route and once again you'll be unlocking Hate Spike as her first ability. After you kill the Blue Sentinel, unlock Whiplash at level two and kill the Gromp. Next up clear the Murk Wolves and start pathing towards the Red Buff side of the map. With Evelynn reaching level three, you can now unlock Allure. Time to clear the Raptors, Red Buff and Krugs which grants you level four (upgrading the Hate Spike). Path into the river to grab the Rift Scuttler kill and try to invade the enemy jungle for extra XP as this gets Eve to level six much faster. It is also possible to gank a lane after Rift Scuttler if the enemies are overextending and then reset for Void Grubs or Dragon.
  • This Evelynn Jungle Clear is a popular alternative to the Red Brambleback start and is often ran when you want to path into bottom lane when playing on the Blue team.

Jungle Route Summary

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