a B-Tier Support champion. Based on ranked matches from summoners with a PLATINUM+ tier,
Amumu has a win rate of
, a pick rate of
, a ban rate of
and an average KDA Ratio of
, which shows that the
Tank is in a moderate spot in the current meta of season 12. If you want to learn how to play Amumu on your matches, keep in mind that this champion is mechanically simple to play in LoL. This Amumu guide will give you also an understanding on how to beat Amumu. The upcoming LoL Amumu Support Build is the most popular build picked by many Pros.
Evenshroud as the favoured mythic item. As the game progresses, the most popular
Amumu items are
Bulwark of the Mountain and
Ionian Boots of Lucidity are the most bought
Amumu boots by Pros. This Amumu Build will exorbitantly increase your chances to gain LP and to climb the leaderboard in LoL.
At the beginning of a match start to skill the ability
Bandage Toss on
Amumu. As the match progresses, it is best to maximise
Bandage Toss into
Tantrum and at last
Bandage Toss is a very strong ability of
Amumu in order to build up a lead and dominate your opponents. The passive is called
Cursed Touch and there is no need to set it manually on a Amumu Build.
Select one of the abilities below in order to start a clip of the ability:
Amumu's basic attacks Curse his enemies, causing them to take bonus true damage from incoming magic damage.
Legend claims that Amumu is a lonely and melancholy soul from ancient Shurima, roaming the world in search of a friend. Doomed by an ancient curse to remain alone forever, his touch is death, his affection ruin. Those who claim to have seen him describe a living cadaver, small in stature and wrapped in creeping bandages. Amumu has inspired myths, songs, and folklore told and retold for generations—such that it is impossible to separate truth from fiction.
Featured Video: The Curse of the Sad Mummy
Every child in Valoran has heard the tale before. About the cursed mummy boy who felt his heart no more.
Short Story: Greed and Tears **
“The gods were angry, and shook the land. Cracks rent the earth,” said old Khaldun, his crag-featured face lit by firelight. “It was into one of these fissures that a young man ventured. He found an opening; the entrance to a tomb, hidden for the Jackal knows how long. The man had little ones to feed and a wife to please, and so he ventured in, lured by opportunity.”