Your ultimate deals significantly less damage to enemies with full health. Look to pick off weakened targets as they run away.
Deadly Flourish has incredible range. When approaching a fight be sure to look ahead for enemies that could be rooted.
You can still cast your spells while reloading. Use them to fill the down time.
Ashe has very few defensive options, and she's a good target to gank.
Be wary of moving around the map alone if Ashe has not recently cast her Enchanted Crystal Arrow.
The stats provided here clarify some vital Jhin vs. Ashe counter stats that may help us distinguish the distinctions between the pair. As an example, Jhin’s KDA ratio ([kills + assists] / deaths) of NaN is more than Ashe’s ratio of NaN, indicating that Jhin may be more central to his team's team fighting potential than Ashe..
Jhin typically has a similar longest killing spree as his foe does. On average, he takes a similar amount of damage to Ashe. This is usually reflective of different amounts of tankyness, yet it can also hint that the champion with more HP has less mobility and thus is unable to escape additional damage when poked or engaged.
Both League of Legends champions are great champions. Both have their strengths, weaknesses, and counters. In the game's current meta, Jhin usually fairs equally well when trying to fight Ashe, with a 49.0% win rate. Thus, Jhin makes an ok counter to Ashe.
While Jhin does have a lower winrate compared to Ashe, when facing one another, Jhin also has a greater learning curve that makes him a more complex champ to pick up and master. You still need to be cautious when picking Jhin into Ashe.
Moreover, Jhin has some amount of CC and other utility, a similar amount to Ashe. This makes her just as valuable during teamfights, especially when fighting champions with a lot of burst damage.
While there is not a single best champion for every situation in League of Legends, in Jhin vs Ashe matchups, Ashe is the better champ with a similar win rate, more champion depth, and a similar amount of utility to help out your teammates during team fights.
Jhin is a somewhat poor counter to Ashe. You will do well by focussing your play on maximizing your CS and clearing objectives. If you do that, you should be able to stand on your own as Jhin against Ashe.
If you would like to learn all of the intricacies of Jhin to counter Ashe during both the early game and mid / late game phases of League of Legends, you should keep reading to pick up a few extra tips and tricks for this matchup. If you pay attention to the build and stats displayed here, you will increase your win rate significantly and be closer to League of Legends pro players.
Jhin most often picks up a similar amount of CS as Ashe. Champs who typically don't earn much CS often don't have to have much CS to be valuable teammates, such as support champions. They are capable of scaling properly off of their abilities and first items alone. Yet, champions with a lot of CS, such as hyper-carries, typically require many items to be effective. In either case, try to exceed the numbers shown here to do well.
The ideal items to use in your Jhin versus Ashe build include Galeforce, Stormrazor, and The Collector. When Jhin bought at least these three pieces in his build, he performed significantly better when fighting Ashe than with many other typical counter builds. In fact, Jhin boasted an average win rate of 49.0% when countering Ashe with these items in his kit.
To have the greatest chance of coming out on top against Ashe as Jhin, Jhin players should equip the Fleet Footwork, Triumph, Legend: Bloodline, Coup de Grace, Celerity, and Gathering Storm runes from the Precision and Sorcery rune sets. Out of all the rune sets we have analyed for Jhin vs Ashe counterpicks, this set of runes yielded the best win rate. Moreover, these runes gave a 49.0% winrate overall.
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