In this episode, Odoamne covers the various jungle paths that the enemy jungler with likely take, allowing you to plan out your vision for the early game. If you notice your opponent in top lane leashing for his jungler’s red buff, you’ll get an idea of what path the jungler will take after securing the buff. At around 2:20 minutes, you should ward tri-bush because there is a significant risk that the enemy jungler goes in for an early gank. If the enemy jungler starts with the blue buff, you can expect the jungler to show up on the top side of the jungle at the 3 to 6 minutes mark, and likely carry out a gank before long. If you are on the red team, it’s easier for you to control any incoming ganks. A ward placed to the left of the opening in the baron pit will guarantee good coverage of the river. If you provide a leash for your jungler at red buff, you should put your ward in tri-bush instead.
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6. WAVE MANIPULATION
Wave manipulation is defined as the ability to control how you want you minion waves to act, whether that is freezing them in place or pushing them towards the enemy turret. In this episode, Odoamne provides an in-depth explanation of how you can master the art of wave manipulation.
13. OPTIMIZE SIDELANE PRESSURE
There are at least three different types of side lane pressure. One of them is where you match the same side lane pressure as your opponent. If they are pushing a lane, you should counter it by playing against him in that lane. Odoamne offers his take on side lane pressure, how to get it, and how to optimize it.
20. VIDEO ANALYSIS OF FRONT TO BACK TEAM FIGHTS
Whenever you go into a team fight, you want to think about your engagement. Your frontline champions need to be in the front, soaking up as much damage as possible preferably without dying, while your backline deals the damage. This is one of the many things that Odoamne will talk about in this video analysis.