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  • 10 Best Korean Builds for LoL Patch 11.17
    By Penny2021-09-01 00:00:00

    Hey, Summoners. League of legends patch 11.17 has been out for a while. How is it going? If it didn’t go well, MmoGah has 10 Korean builds for you guys to help with climbing the ranked ladder. If you are not there yet and are currently leveling by yourself up to level 30, then stop wasting time. We suggest you buy a League of Legends Account directly as it would not only cost you little money (Our Smurf LoL Accounts for sale are currently priced from $2.39 – $5.15) but save you tons of time. Now, let’s dive into the builds.


    top lane



    Kayn top has seen a lot more play than before. Kane is finding his wins in solo lanes, but it again brings up the issue of flex picks. He received more nerfs as a result of this increased top lane play rate. Naturally, Kayn is very mobile, so you can just run Ignite on him. This gives you the extra cost of building Executioner's Calling and providing some extra damage. With the extra combat power, it's much harder to take a fight against him due to his high damage and mobility. Kayn also has great wave clear, allowing him to manage the wave effectively and also punish enemies hard for recalling early.


    Runes: Conqueror, Presence of Mind, Legend Tenacity, Last Stand, Second Wind, Revitalize, double Adaptive Force, and your choice of a defensive stat


    Items: Tear of the Goddess - Divine Sunderer, defensive boots, Manamune Death’s Dance, and Spirit Visage


    You still gain plenty of damage from this build, and the combination of Death’s Dance, Spirit Visage, and Conqueror contributes heavily to your healing. Picks like this are a great way to mix up your opponents as they probably won't have that much matchup experience against them, or they probably would think that you're in the Jungle.


    Dr Mundo

    Although he's a tank, this build is an effective one against others. The combination of Grasp of the Undying and Divine Sunderer helps Mundo accomplish this. He ends up with a ridiculous amount of percentage health damage with this build. We suggest running ghosts as well. It has a shorter cooldown, and Mundo's passive can provide the safety that you need to get away without Flash; instead, you can effectively chase enemies with the long duration of the Summoner's ghost speed boost.


    Runes: Grasp of the Undying, Demolish, Second Wind, Revitalize, Magical Footwear, Approach Velocity, attack speed, armor and your choice of a final defensive Rune


    His Q is a short cooldown that will trigger the Rune and ensure that you stay in the range of your target.


    Items: Divine Sunderer, defensive boots, Thornmail, Spirit Visage, Warmogs Armor, Gargoyle Stoneplate





    First, you run Ignite instead of Flash. Extra damage at the cost of some safety is ultimately a sacrifice that you should consider making. You need to build Stridebreaker to compensate for the lack of Flash. Unfortunately, this means that if you're ever out of position, you will only have your E and Q to get out, which honestly isn't too bad since the combo takes you pretty far. With Stridebreaker, it's nearly impossible for enemies to run away from Jarvan even if they flash away. His ultimate is a second gap closer that he can use to get in and continue smacking his opponents.


    Runes: Conqueror, Triumph, Tenacity, Coup de Grace, Magical Footwork, Cosmic Insight, Attack Speed, Adaptive Force, and armor


    Items: Stridebreaker, defensive boots, Titanic Hydra, Edge of Night, Guardian Angel


    This build is aggressive and rewarding since a single kill is all you need in solo queue to start going off.



    While Viego has lost some of his healing this patch, building Goredrinker provides some crucial bonus healing to help him out. Divine Sunderer was nerfed, so it's definitely worth trying out a new mythic item.


    Runes: Conqueror, Triumph, Alacrity, Last Stand, Magical Footwork, Cosmic Insight, Attack Speed, Adaptive Force, and your choice of a defensive Rune


    Items: Goredrinker, defensive boots, Death’s Dance, Wit’s End


    Kled and Elise Combo

    Kled-Elise is an oppressive top Jungle duo that can collectively mitigate several turret shots. Skaarl can eat one while Kled dismounts; in the meantime, Elise repel can easily allow her to get out and juggle turret aggro. A coordinated duo can abuse as a turret dive in nearly any situation and isn't limited only to the top lane. They can also choose to roam to another lane together, but of course, you need to bully the enemy top laner first. Both of these champions deal serious damage early on, and as early as level 3, the enemy top laner will have to either give up a few minion waves to dodge the dive or challenge a nearly unwinnable 1v2 scenario. Kled can run Ignite. He wants to snowball hard, and his E does provide some decent mobility.


    Runes(Kled): Conqueror, Triumph, Alacrity, Last Stand, Bone Plating, Unflinching, attack speed, Adaptive Force, and your choice of a defensive Rune


    Items(Kled): Goredrinker, defensive boots, Death’s Dance, Guardian Angel, Gargoyle Stoneplate


    Runes(Elise): Press the Attack, Triumph, Alacrity, Coup de Grace, Cheap Shot, Ravenous Hunter, attack speed, Adaptive Force, and armor


    Items:(Elise) Kight Harvester, Sorcerer's Shoes, Zhonya's Hourglass, Void Staff, Morellonomicon, Rabadon's Deathcap


    mid lane



    His kit makes him a decent Assassin, and his E allows him to dash towards his enemies, and his Q provides a sizeable amount of damage. W can either be used prior to engage for the Stealth or used afterward to get out. After level 6, Wukong also brings a lot of crowd control. Aside from the burst damage, he's also able to momentarily knock up the enemies, making it much more difficult for them to retaliate while also providing his teammates an opportunity to follow up.


    Runes: Electrocute, Sudden Impact, Eyeball Collection, Ultimate Hunter, Triumph, Coup de Grace, Taste of Blood, attack speed, Adaptive Force, and your choice of a defensive Rune


    Items: Eclipse, Lonian Boots of Lucidity, Youmuu's Ghostblade, Serpent's Fang, Edge of Night, another Chempunk Chainsword, or Guardian Angel



    Runes: Electrocute, Sudden Impact, Eyeball Collection, Ravenous Hunter, Absolute Focus, Gathering Storm, attack speed, Adaptive Force, and your choice of a defensive Rune


    Items: Eclipse, Berserker's Greaves, The Collector, Serpent's Fang, Lord Dominic's Regards, Infinity Edge


    bot lane



    She is surprisingly strong and takes a different approach to the champion. Rather than focusing on safe and consistent damage output, your goal as lethality Caitlyn is to either poke or just go for one shot with her trap. The extra burst damage that she gains from lethality items can push her damage high enough to kill enemies from full health with the right setup.


    Runes: Dark Harvest, Taste of Blood, Eyeball Collection, Ravenous Hunter, Absolute Focus, Gathering Storm, double Adaptive Force, and your choice of a defensive Rune


    There is no attack speed here as you're playing lethality Caitlyn, so you want all the AD that you can get. Running Gathering Storm also ensures that you don't fall too behind the enemy marksman later on in the game. In fact, with all that bonus AD lethality, you remain very relevant as you deal an insane amount of damage anytime no matter who steps on a trap.


    Items: Eclipse, Berserker's Greaves, The Collector, Lord Dominic's Regards, Serpent's Fang and Edge of Night


    If the enemy team doesn't have any shields, go for Youmuu's Ghostblade instead of Serpent's Fang.



    He does a very good job of keeping his Ally safe during the late game. Support Shen is just as relevant as ever as a result of the immense utility that he provides.


    Runes: Hail of Blades, Cheap Shot, Zombie Ward, Ultimate Hunter, Font of Life, Second Wind, Ability Haste, armor, and one more defensive Rune of your choice


    Items: Lonian Boots of Lucidity, Frostfire Gauntlet, Anathema's Chains, Thornmail, and Gargoyle's Stoneplate


    Most of the time, you won't be able to finish your sixth item since you're playing Support, but you can obviously go for items like Wardstone or another defensive one like Randuin's Omen.


    These are the 10 Korean builds for patch 11.17, and the above content comes from the Youtube channel of Proguides Challenger League of Legends Guides. If you like it, make sure to hit the subscribe button. They also run a website where you can find many professional courses to help training your LoL skills. But if you want to buy LoL Accounts, we, MmoGah, have the cheapest ones delivered at the fastest speed. Look forward to your visit.