Jax Wild Rift Build Guide
Jax Wild Rift: is a fighter who is very good at split pushing and 1vs1 thanks to his fast attack speed. The way to build Jax will be equipment for attack speed and health or armor. The way to play Jax is to accumulate passive first, then allin. Let's see how to build "Grandmaster at Arms" below.
Jax's Item Build & Runes
Jax runes Win 56.63% and Pick 26.61%
Jax runes Mid with Win 53.92% and Pick 24.45%
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Jax will build equipment for attack speed first, then resistance equipment, lifesteal. is the most suitable equipment when giving Jax all important utilities. A short-armed gladiator will be at a huge disadvantage when facing champions with long ranged attacks. In addition to the ability to use the approach "Three Fusion Swords" also provides movement speed. To make sure the enemy is always within Jax's reach.
If you take Jax to Top, you will be interested in equipment for lifesteal on the 2nd purchase because when you regularly trade damage, having lifesteal equipment will help Jax stay on the road longer. And if he used Jax to split push, Jax wouldn't run home every time he ran out of blood.
If you take the Jax jungle, you should build resistance equipment right from the second item. A solid Jax won't hesitate to jump on enemy champions when ganking. At this point you will need to turn early before jumping into the gank because damage and CC will focus on you relatively most especially when ganking bot lane.
Jax can go Baron and even go jungle.
Jax summoner spells
Jax ability order
Attacks against champions and minions grant 5% Attack Speed '(A) for 3 seconds. (Max 5 stacks.),
Leaps to target unit, dealing 70 physical damage (70 + 100% bonus + 60% 2) if it is an enemy.
Empowers the next attack or Leap Strike to deal an additional 55 magic damage (55 + 60% ).
Enters a defensive stance, dodging all incoming attacks and taking 25% reduced damage from champions for 2 seconds. After this duration, nearby enemies are stunned for 1 second(s) and take 55 physical damage (55 + 50% bonus ). Each attack dodged increases this damage by 20% (up to 100%).
Re-cast: Ends the defensive stance early to damage and stun nearby enemies immediately.
Passive: Every third consecutive attack deals an additional 100 magic damage (100 + 70% >).
Active: Jax stops holding back, gaining 30 Armor (30 + 50% bonus A) and 30 Magic Resist (30 + 20% ) for 8 seconds.
How to play Jax
Need to farm a little to get to level 3 as soon as possible. When level 3 Jax will have enough combos that can attack without fear of being ganked. If it dies too early, it's relatively difficult for a short-handed champion to farm minions in the turret.
Split pushing is Jax's forte and if the enemy team is going to send someone up against you at this stage Jax doesn't mind solo 1vs1.
Still continuing to push retail. Of course, if there's a teamfight next to big targets, you have to be present.
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Jax pros and cons
Possesses mixed damage.
Fast turret push
The cooldown of the control is relatively long.
Do not attack while Jax is on "COUNTER STRIKE" while staying away from the affected area. The quick pick doesn't prolong the trade dame to avoid Jax from accumulating enough passive. Mainly trading dame with Jax at the first level is the most advantageous.
Jax Wild Rift is a champion that will get stronger towards the end of the game, pushing many skills to escape . If going to push odd need to keep . And if the trade damage is good before allin needs to basic attack to accumulate the passive to get attack speed before using . With the build, Jax mostly focuses on building attack speed and resistance items. Hope you will terrify your opponent with the blows, the steals, the odd catch of the Grandmaster at Arms.