“When he puts up the towers, stun and hit him.
Use your R faster.”
“Block his Q with your E and be careful when he ults you as it removes some of your resists and drains your hp over time. Don't give him lead in lane and you should win him. ”
“Hard counter pick. You won't be able to realistically win lane but it's also not hard to go even if you just farm over fight. His Q will reduce your damage and lasts too long to wait out. Recommended building both Adaptive Force on your rune page so you start with as much AD as possible. NEVER dash engage him because Trundle is great at forcing long fights, especially if he's good at his E placement. Keep the wave closer to your tower unless you get a lead so he can't run you down so easily. This is my counter pick every time the other player picks Renekton before me with 100% success so far. The best tip is be the last to ult. He steals your HP with his ultimate.”
“Trundle is a very strong 1v1er. He will CREAM you until level 6 and he may also beat you then. You are going to need either Ghost or Ignite to beat him. You outrange him so you either poke him down and kill him with ignite OR you all in him and kite him with Ghost. You NEED to kite him by the way. His DPS when he is allowed to AA you is staggering. Use your ultimate AFTER he uses his ice zone and his pillar, as it removes both of those from the fight. But he will counter with his own ultimate. Ideally you want to ult after he himself ults. He steals your stats and you steal his stats. And without his ice zone attack speed, you SHOULD win. Don't worry if you are not ahead, as you outscale him VERY hard later on. Ninja Tabis are NECESSARY here.”
“Free Lane: Keep your distance and watch out for his Pillar of Ice (E)”
“TL;DR - SKILL MATCHUP. CONQUEROR IS RECOMMENDED HEAVILY. DON’T FIGHT HIM EARLY. STELCAPS->BRAMBLE IF YOU ARE GETTING DESTROYED. BE CAREFUL OF HIS PILLAR. DON’T UNDERESTIMATE HIS ULTIMATE.
He is similar to Olaf in that you should be keeping trades short early on. Try to just Q him and back off, because a PTA Trundle can beat you up very quickly. His DPS when you allow him to constantly auto and use his abilities on you is staggering so you really should be kiting well against him. Try to fight him after he uses his Pillar, as then he will have no way to slow you down/escape. As I mentioned before, you should be looking for Qs, as he doesn’t really have any way of avoiding them if he is going for minions. His ultimate can be surprisingly powerful at times as he just steals ur stats so it might not be the worst idea to simply try to disengage and then fight him again. Trundle also falls off super hard so there’s THAT to look forward to. He is very good at setting up ganks due to his Pillar so try not to walk around walls to much so that he can’t just completely block you off. Steelcaps are a great buy into him and if that isnt enough, Bramble vest is another great purchase if he is ahead of you. If you are ahead, you can freely buy damage. Conqueror is recommended, as both the extra damage and the healing are nigh mandatory.”
“Parry his Q to deny massive damage and to slow him. When he ults, run away unless you can kill him fast. Give him ult respect throughout entire game unless you are really ahead.”
“Trundle gets tougher as the game goes on. Laning phase is tricky due to the fact that we wittle champions down over time, and Trundle has built in sustain. We actually don't have much kill potential on Trundle until we have both Death's Dance and Black Cleaver built. Until then, you'll most likely see a pretty even lane. But because it's an even lane, an enemy jungler ganking could throw the advantage in his favor, so make sure to keep those wards down.”
“You have sustain and you should out trade him with your full combo with rage. However do NOT look to all in him unless he is chunked hard. He will win extended trades. ”
“Rush Tabi and try to block his Q with your E. Remember that his ult removes some of your resists and drains your health over time. Executioner's Calling can be useful vs his huge healing from every source.”