Originally Posted by Myslead
Well from what I've seen so far, I haven't seen alot of counter jungling apart maybe from that early blue harassment at the beginning of the games, but I've seen some annoying Nunu / Shaco and even Eve in a couple of my games, even this low as they are very easy to invade the opposite jungle. And like I said in one of my previous post the whole jungling aspect of the game is also some knowledge I need to take in, the junglers routes and neutral camp timer, I have played a game as a jungler in one of my recent game (as Warwick) and while I did good, I didn't really feel comfortable playing him ahah.
Yea, I forget about eve. The key to jungling against her is to stay high health. She has no good way to clear camps quickly and should be spending most of her time ganking. Unless she gets very fed, she will be useless late game, so just keep in mind that you only need to stay high health in your jungle and don't give up kills, and you'll beat her. She's also someone who you should love to jungle against, as her jungle control isn't really that strong and she is extremely reliant on teammates cc or red buff to secure her kills, making it very easy to counter her (ward her red, then harass her as she does it/steal it).
Nunu and shaco are the easiest to counter jungle with, as nunu is fast, has a low cooldown true damage nuke to creeps, and a spammable slow, while shaco has a medium cooldown blink + stealth. If you really want to learn to counter jungle, try one of those two champs. They epitomize what you want to be doing as a good jungler. Good ganks, excelent control, strong early game with a later game focused on dragon/baron control and support or assassination, not really dps or nuker.
As for WW, he is one of my favorite junglers, but is honestly one of the weakest in the "strong jungler" category. He doesn't gank well till 6, he doesn't really have a good nuke for counter jungling (ie consume), he doesn't have a steroid (noc q, xin q), he doesn't have aoe (noc q and passive, lee sin e), and he has no CC outside his ult and red buff. Because of that its dangerous to invade your opponents jungle, you have no escapes or really any range.
So why play WW? He has huge sustain, with the right jungle path you can hit 6 without having to base to due to his passive lifesteal and q. He is shockingly difficult to take down 1v1, especially if you level your q, as you'll get a ton of lifesteal from it. He only really needs a bloodrazor to be effective, which is a mid game item if you rush it. But most importantly, he is an amazing teamfighter. A good initiating ult on their carry with your bloodrazor can take them completely out of the fight and give your team a huge advantage. Because he's not item dependent, you can build tanky so that you can survive just sitting in the middle of the other team after your ult and still dealing great damage. Once you get the feel of him, you can literally 1v2 or 3 certain champs and get out fairly easily.
In short, he is a great pick for much the same reason as mumu is a great pick, mid/late game. He isn't who you want to be playing to learn to counter jungle, but he is a good champ to learn your own jungle paths and how to control dragon/get a feel for buff timers and the like.