League of Legends: Who's the Jungler?
While playing League of Legends (LOL) with my brother tonight, me made me realize something. He made me realize that you can determine who's going to jungle on both sides, during the champion load screen, where you can see champion and spells on both sides. It's quite simple but I never thought of it.
The trick is... which summoner has "Smite". Smite is a summoner spell that "Deals 445-870 true damage (depending on champion level) to target enemy minion or pet". In other words, it allows your jungling champion to jungle at level 1. In high level (level 30) summoner gaming, it's likely only one champion on each team will get Smite. That's because there is usually only one jungler on each team.
When will this logic fail?
What if there are two summoners with Smite?
What if there is no summoners with Smite?
By the way, during champion load screen, the summoner spells are shown below the champion. But only the graphics is shown, not the spell name. So you'll have to remember what the Smite spell looks like. I've attached the Smite spell image below. Remember it.
Here is a wiki page about the Smite spell: http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/Smite
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