Power Spike (Early, Mid, Late)
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general guide on how to counter Wukong
Do not try to execute Wukong if he still has his available. This is because you may waste your execution on him and he will survive. Keep this in mind when trading too!
Wukong wins a lot of auto-attack battles, so don’t go for extended trades with him unless you can kill him.
If Wukong has left lane after level 6, tell your team as soon as he leaves. He might be trying to use his Ultimate in a different lane too help his allies.
Wukong will be unable to team fight if you can poke him down before he gets the chance to engage. Delay a team fight while you poke him down as much as possible.
Do not fight inside the jungle or around objectives. You will usually be bunched up together which will allow Wukong to get a great Ultimate off.
Ward your flanks as Wukong will often try to flank from the side to get on to your team. Once you’ve spotted him, poke him down or disengage if necessary.
Wukong’s level 3 is quite strong. Once he has all his basic abilities, he can look for a favourable trade.
Once Wukong hit’s level 6, his kill pressure increases dramatically. Expect him to look for kills once his Ultimate is up.
Wukong is strong in mid-game team fights thanks to the AOE knockup on his Ultimate . Expect him to look for fights by attacking from the side.
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