Alright just to clear up what I said in the video, I will also write down the explanations for each of the commandments below.
The original commandment link is here (or at least where I read them) - http://www.reddit.com/r/leagueoflegends/comments/15rkr2/najin_mokuzas_jungle_10_commandmentstranslated/
1. Don't gank a lane that's completely lost
This one is one of the best ones here. I call it triage and it basically means to abandon any lane which you cannot save. If a lane is so screwed that the effort it takes to restore it far exceeds the potential gains or trade offs, then it is not worth it. It's as simple as that - do not be afraid of just checking off a teammate as utterly useless.
This will likely get you hate from that person but there is nothing you can do about that. Let them cry, let them bitch, let them stay ignorant as to why you chose to abandon them (if you know what you're doing of course). The proper laner that has been abandoned should realize too that there is nothing that can be really done and the jungler's time is better spent elsewhere.
I do say top laner because it is more than likely that the top laner is the lane you'll abandon. They're the most secluded and the most common target. It is also easier to kill fed mid laners than fed top laners as most mid laners stay squishy.
Anyways - hate from team for this action is very high.
2. Don't gank a lane that doesn't buy a ward on their first back to base.
This one is slightly mixed for me but still good. I dislike it when a top laner never buys a ward all game but I try to excuse it for their first back. Most of the time I donate a ward to them anyways. However, if a top laner is just buying items and never buys a ward - my paranoia level starts shooting up and I'm just hoping they don't get ganked. A ward at top lane would also help the jungler out immensely. If I can catch a glimpse of the enemy jungler's position either because they're just walking by or trying to set up a gank then I'm able to invade a portion of their jungle or not worry about a counter gank to my own ganks..
At least for me - I will still gank for a laner who doesn't buy wards but I'll be adamant about him getting his own wards at some point. This changes greatly with the next commandment though.
Hate from team for this action is low.
3. Don't gank a lane that pushes but doesn't ward.
This is the evolution of the previous commandment. I despise any laner that goes gunho but has no wards to protect themselves. You can't even do proper side ganks for these players because you may just end up being counter ganked. These players are the absolute scourge of common sense and make your life almost impossible. You have to give them extra protection in the form of sticking around or buying more wards than usual.
They run a high risk of becoming a lane you have to triage and often times you'll get bitched at by these players when they get camped and destroyed. If they complain that you aren't helping even though it's impossible for you to help (also given the fact that you have other lanes to help) then tell them to suck mammoth slong.
In short - idiot laners like this easily set themselves up as abandonment choices.
Hate from team for this one should be low - but sometimes your team is as stupid as the pusher.
4. Dump the midlaner that doesn't come to help leash.
This one is sketchy and it depends on the situation. If the mid laner was busy doing something during the leash - and I mean busy in game - then I'll forgive them. If they were too busy sticking pencils up their ass then no.
Mid lane, in my opinion, is the best for a jungler to gank. This isn't saying it is the easiest or the least risky - hell it tends to be difficult to do so - but it is to say that if you gank for mid lane and they get ahead, your team just obtained a huge boost in ganking power, dragon control and buff control.
This is why it's hard to accept this one. Even if the mid laner pissed me off by being a dickwad - I may have no choice but to see them as the best to gank for. Sure if they get under my skin I will abandon them regardless (though I really like to win) but those are rare cases.
If the mid laner seems to be a very strong player, pamper them even though they were utter douches. I still want to win.
Hate from team for this one is very high if the mid player is actually skilled. Gank for the douchebag - a win is a win even if it's an angry win.
5. Always be prepared for the enemy jungler to come counter-jungle.
This is a commandment I hold true and dear. I don't know how many times I have to tell people to not burn their escapes when they're jungling. This is why certain junglers are also risky during the jungle phase because they have to use their escape techniques in order to clear.
Always be paranoid as a jungler. Always be ready to use your escapes at a moments notice and be careful of potential bush ambushes and wards. Don't burn your escapes, even though they may help you clear faster, if you can help it. Assume everyone is out to kill you and play safe.
Hate from team for dying in your own jungle is high. Hate from team for dying in your jungle from an easily avoidable death is extremely high - but you probably deserve it.
6. Help the lane that is already winning and help them ward their surroundings.
This one is open to interpretation according to the situation. If a lane is winning so handedly that they can just utterly shit on people then you probably don't need to help them win more. However, usually in the case of bottom lane, you can enable them to continue winning. As a jungler - venture into enemy territory and set up advanced wards, hunt the enemy jungler and keep them at bay thus unable to reset the team's failing lanes, threaten a tower dive and force the enemy out of their lane or simply pressure an objective to force them out.
This also serves as a great morale shock. Not all players have the strongest resolve to keep strong in a game so you can defeat an entire team by just ganking one a different lane. If you crush top lane so badly - who knows if the mid lane or bottom lane are starting to bitch and moan or they aren't saying anything but are feeling "oh man this game is lost!"
Love from team for being a bamf is very high on this one.
7. Help out mid as much as possible, show your face even if just passing by.
I already mentioned how mid is the jungler's best friend in the early game so I don't need to go into that. The whole "showing your face" thing works wonders because it forces the mid laner to reconsider doing anything aggressive - though I can backfire since the enemy jungler will now know where you are.
It is important to try showing your face if you notice the enemy mid laner doing some footsies and trying to position themselves in a superior trading position. Showing yourself will make them abandon that idea - or just position yourself to counter their kill attempt.
The love from your team will be high for this but if your mid laner is fed and starting to rampage - they'll likely forget that you enabled that to happen.
8. Before Level 6, gank top at least once.
I don't fully agree with this one - since sometimes you just can't gank anyone - but top lane is the lane that has he easiest snowballing. Just one gank from the jungle can bury certain top lanes or save certain match ups from disaster.
There isn't much to say for this one except you should consider the following -
a) is my top laner in a negative match up? If so - they will need my help at some point.
b) is my top laner someone who snowballs out of control? If so - consider feeding them.
c) is the enemy jungler making rounds at them? If so - keep watch and assist.
9. Communicate with your support player on where the enemy wards are.
This one is perhaps one of the most important things BOTH the jungler and support must get in the habit of doing. Man do I hate showing up bottom lane (even after I asked) and finding out only after I've wasted my time that I'm standing on a ward. Even worse when it is revealed there is a ward there by the enemy team. My own support was too damn lazy to tell me, even with a simple ping, that there was a ward where I'm standing.
Yes it is difficult to type and while laning but you can always PING. I sometimes ask "where are the wards? Ping yellow," and I get nothing because they are also not paying attention to the chat.
I've seen junglers who never communicate with their teammates so it is also their fault - but man I feel support laners should tell the jungler EVEN WHEN HE IS NOT GANKING where wards have been placed so the jungler can have an idea whether or not bottom lane is a good ganking spot.
If anyone gives you hate for being upset at the lack of communication, well tell them to drink paint.
10. Even if you follow these commandments, losing games are still losing games.
I pretty much detailed this in the previous article about Elo Hell. If you are good, you will win most of your games. However, there will still be some games that you cannot save and that's something everyone, not just junglers, has to accept.
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