Welcome to the Mobalytics Predictive Tier List for League of Legends for Patch 11.20!
Ready to climb throughout LoL’s Season 11? You’ve come to the right place!
Below, you’ll find our two League of Legends champion tier lists, one for general ELO (low ELO up to high Plat/low Diamond) and one for high ELO (high diamond up).
For everybody else, we have prepared much more:
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Here are the Official League 11.20 Patch Notes for reference. Check out our LoL patch notes breakdown here!
If you have any questions about our choices or process, ask us on Discord!
Now that you know the best champions for LoL, get the best champions for Teamfight Tactics with our TFT tier list or Wild Rift with our Wild Rift tier list.
We also have a best decks tier list for LoR and an agent tier list for Valorant.
This list was curated in collaboration with our League Experts: Adam ‘Moriarty’ Isles, Dan ‘Aux’ Harrison and Phy, and our Role Specialists: Shikari, Only, Command Attack, and Yen. Unlike most tier lists, we publish ours before, or as a patch goes live, according to the predictions of our in-house experts.
- Our first tier list aimed at lower elo, specifically gold elo and the surrounding brackets. These picks are effective when utilized in lower ranks and are the best tools for helping you to climb the SoloQ ladder as far as Diamond.
- Our second tier list is for high elo, aimed at Diamond 2 and above. These picks are curated by our experts and are an indicator of the champions inherent strength when played at the highest level. For a lot of the user base this information isn’t super relevant for their games but provides invaluable insight into the game itself.
- We made the decision to return to two tier lists after heavily reviewing the feedback from our users. Ultimately we agreed that a general tier list aimed at Plat+ wouldn’t serve a majority of the playerbase and we had missed the mark.
- Our difficulty system relies on “Skill Floor”, meaning that a Simple champion will yield results faster (around 5-10 games of learning)
- If a champion has a higher skill floor (Hard or Severe), it will take more time to learn them (20-50 games +) but you will be rewarded with better results over time whereas a Simple champion may fall off as you climb higher.
For a more in-depth explanation for our methodology, head to the bottom of the article.
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General LoL Tier List for Patch 11.20
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Top Lane Tier List:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Lillia, Mordekaiser, Sett, Tahm Kench, Urgot,Dr. Mundo, Garen, Malphite, Nasus, Wukong, Yorick
- Great (A-tier) = Camille, Irelia, Aatrox, Fiora, Kled, Ornn,Darus, Illaoi, Kayle, Shen, Singed,Cho’Gath, Jax, Quinn, Teemo
- Good (B-tier) = Gnar, Riven, Vayne, Yone, Kennen, Poppy, Maokai, Sion, Volibear, Warwick
Jungle Tier List:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Ekko, Fiddlesticks,Amumu, Jarvan IV, Master Yi, Nocturne, Rammus, Trundle, Vi, Warwick, Zac
- Great (A-tier) = Evelynn, Kha’Zix, Lillia, Shaco, Kayn, Mordekasier,Poppy, Dr. Mundo, Hecarim, Jax, Nunu + Willump, Shyvana, Skarner, Volibear, Xin Zhao
- Good (B-tier) = Lee Sin, Zed, Elise,Ivern, Kindred, Talon,Gragas, Graves, Viego,Diana, Olaf, Sejuani, Wukong
Mid Lane Tier List:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Irelia, Yasuo, Anivia, Ahri, Akshan, Fizz, Graves, Kayle, Sett,Annie, Lux, Malzahar
- Great (A-tier) = Katarina, Ekko, Talon, Vel’Koz, Viktor, Xerath, Yone, Corki, Pantheon, Swain, Vex, Brand, Diana, Neeko, Ziggs
- Good (B-tier) = Sylas,Zed, Zoe, Cassiopeia, Taliyah, Vladimir, Kog’Maw,Karma, Lissandra, Malphite, Morgana, Seraphine, Tristana, Tryndamere, Veigar
ADC Tier List:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Draven, Vayne, Jhin, Swain,Ashe, Miss Fortune, Sivir, Ziggs
- Great (A-tier) = Ezreal, Yasuo, Cassiopeia, Kai’Sa,Lucian,Samira,Kog’Maw, Senna, Twitch, Jinx, Seraphine, Tristana
- Good (B-tier) =Caitlyn,Heimerdinger, Xayah, Veigar
Support Tier List:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Xerath,Zilean, Amumu, Blitzcrank,Brand, Leona, Morgana, Nami, Sona, Soraka, Zyra
- Great (A-tier) = Alistar, Braum, Lulu, Swain, Taric,Janna, Karma, Lux, Maokai, Nautilus, Rell, Yuumi
- Good (B-tier) = Pyke, Thresh, Bard, Rakan, Shaco, Taliyah, Vel’koz, Senna,Seraphine
Expert pick commentary
To see all the explanations for our expert picks and more, head to our tier list feature!
For Patch 11.20, we’re incorporating picks from our co-owners, LS and Nemesis, who created a tier list for Worlds.
Their list is of course focused on pro play, but our picks of the patch have overlap with being strong in solo queue.
Check out their video below for more insights!
Top – Fiora
- Fiora is one of the picks LS and Nemesis put into Z Tier, strongest for the role, and with good reason.
- She is a dominant force when she gets ahead, currently, she’s doing so pretty effectively across every elo and thanks to her mobility, true damage, and survivability she takes a large effort from the enemy team to shut down.
- Fiora isn’t the best teamfighter so look to apply pressure in the sidelane and force someone to answer you or sacrifice their base.
- When you do inevitably get put into a position where you need to join teamfights then often joining late with a flank or TP is the best way.
- Teams can deal with Fiora when they have all their abilities available to shut her down but later in the fight when champions are low and ults have been used she can flourish.
Jungle – Hecarim
- Hecarim was an S tier pick for Nemesis and LS and to follow up he actually got a solid buff on this patch as well.
- His W is now a flat cooldown at every rank and the healing is increased on non-champions.
- This will make his clear healthier and faster and allow him to get to his one item powerspike quicker. We saw tank Hecarim nerfed out of existence a while back but he’s had quite a few buffs to his AD ratios since then and his current bruiser build serves him pretty well.
- Hecarim is especially effective if picked into immobile carries as they have very limited options to avoid his engage.
Mid – Graves
- Another Z tier pick which is best in the role from Nemesis and LS with Graves.
- Graves gets a ton of value from playing in a lane, he gets extra levels and farm and is a pick who scales excellently with both.
- He does really well in skirmishes with a mix of burst, solid sustained damage, and the incredibly broken effect of his smokescreen which can basically remove a target from a fight, even if just for a short time.
- Graves when ahead becomes a monster to deal with, able to basically one-shot targets on the back of his autos thanks to a potent mix of lethality and crit.
Bottom – Ziggs
- Nemesis and LS gaves Ziggs S tier in their worlds tier list and he’s a really powerful option in the bot lane, particularly when your team is needing AP.
- Ziggs is a little bit underwhelming until you’re able to reset and get lost chapter but after that point, you can shred waves to your heart’s content.
- Priority can lead to you hitting towers and Ziggs is, without doubt, the best tower taker in the game, often able to get a ton of tower plates when ahead.
- Ziggs scales really effectively and is able to dish out huge amounts of AoE damage, he’s best paired with some CC to keep enemies in place for his ultimate, and Amumu is a great example as you’ll also benefit from his passive boosting your damage.
- Even if behind Ziggs is a great pick to stall out games with his wave clear and if enemies try to take baron and get trapped in the pit your ult and poke can easily force them off.
Support – Yuumi
- Yuumi got B tier in the support role from Nemesis and LS, which does sound low but there was only one champion above B tier for the entire role which was Amumu.
- Yuumi is really prevalent at the moment in solo queue, in particular, she pairs well with Lucian as she can help him utilize his empowered autos but honestly, she does well with a range of ADCs.
- The big factor that gives Yuumi value is her scaling when paired with bruisers who can run havoc with her extra AD and the healing to keep them going.
- It’s really difficult to deal with if you’re on the enemy team and honestly Yuumi essentially puts the game on a timer, either make things happen early and close the game out or deal with a big problem later on.
High-ELO LoL Tier List for Patch 11.20
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Best Top Laners for High Elo:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Camille, Irelia, Riven,Fiora
- Great (A-tier) = Gangplank,Gnar,Aatrox,Darius, Kennen, Lulu, Poppy, Sett, Shen,Singed, Tahm Kench, Urgot, Dr. Mundo, Jax, Tryndamere, Wukong
- Good (B-tier) = Jayce, Lee Sin, Sylas, Gwen, Ornn, Rumble, Vladimir,Gragas, Kayle, Mordekaiser, Renekton,Cho’Gath, Dr. Mundo, Malphite, Quinn, Volibear
Best Junglers for High Elo:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Lee Sin, Kha’Zix, Kindred, Xin Zhao
- Great (A-tier) = Nidalee, Zed, Ekko,Evelynn, Lillia, Rek’Sai, Shaco, Taliyah, Talon,Fiddlesticks, Karthus, Kayn,Jarvan IV, Nocturne, Nunu + Willump, Zac
- Good (B-tier) = Qiyana, Elise, Gwen, Ivern, Gragas,Graves, Udyr, Viego,Amumu,Diana, Hecarim, Olaf, Shyvana, Skarner, Trundle
Best Mid Laners for High Elo:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Katarina, LeBlanc, Qiyana, Sylas, Anivia, Syndra, Twisted Fate, Ahri, Akshan, Galio, Kassadin, Zilean
- Great (A-tier) = Ryze, Yasuo, Zed, Cassiopeia,Ekko, Lucian, Talon, Lulu, Vex,Annie, Cho’Gath, Soraka, Tristana, Tryndamere
- Good (B-tier) = Akali, Irelia, Jayce, Riven, Zoe, Vladimir, Yone,Corki, Fizz, Heimerdinger, Karthus, Kennen, Mordekaiser,Sett, Tahm Kench, Karma
Best ADC for High Elo:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Draven,Vayne,Ashe, Ziggs
- Great (A-tier) = Aphelios, Yasuo, Cassiopeia, Lucian,Jhin, Kog’Maw, Swain, Twitch, Jinx, Miss Fortune, Tristana
- Good (B-tier) = Ezreal, Kalista, Kai’Sa, Samira, Caitlyn, Karthus, Senna, Xayah, Sivir
Best Supports for High Elo:
- Optimal (S-tier) = Thresh,Bard,Nami, Sona, Soraka
- Great (A-tier) =Rakan, Alistar, Braum, Lulu, Zilean, Amumu, Janna, Karma, Leona, Nautilus, Seraphine, Yuumi
- Good (B-tier) = Pyke, Shaco, Galio, Poppy, Senna, Taric, Blitzcrank, Maokai, Morgana, Rell
Top – Fiora
- Fiora is not only incredibly powerful herself but has solid matchups into a range of powerful top laners.
- She can go toe-to-toe with Camille and Irelia and the ability to do that and scale into a monster is incredibly valuable.
- Her sidelane threat is difficult to deal with but inevitably with the state of the game you will at some point be forced to fight, ideally approaching form a flank or with a TP you can look to get backline access.
- If you’re joining late when cooldowns have been used and targets are low you’re in a great position to clean up.
Jungle – Evelynn
- Evelynn s a slow starter in the jungle but super-potent once she hits level 6 and even more so with a lead.
- She can still impact lanes before her passive unlocks but often you need them to be overextended so you can channel your W and land the charm.
- After 6 you punish disorganized teams and can pick off isolated targets, your ult is a powerful execute combined with disengage and it makes it very difficult for a team to stop you from taking a target out and escaping.
Mid – Tryndamere
- Tryndamere is prominent in High Elo solo queue and starting to rear his head at worlds.
- His ability to stick to targets by resetting the cooldown on his E and utilizing Ghost makes him incredibly frustrating to deal with.
- Triple Rejuv bead start combined with the sustain on your Q allows you to mitigate any harass thrown at you and once you hit 6 you can easily threaten dives onto targets unable to peel you away.
Bottom – Draven
- Draven is frustrating to go up against at the moment, he gets an extra BF sword worth of damage at level 1 and is able to snowball incredibly quickly not only due to his passive but also simply how well he scales with Raw AD.
- A fed Draven will 2 hit squishy targets and a big reason he’s so popular at higher elo is the fact he makes the game very focused around himself, teams will often win or lose based on how his lane goes.
Support – Amumu
- Amumu got hit with a nerf but he really does not care, the amount of CC he can layer is ridiculous and High Elo Supports are rushing Anathema’s to reduce a target’s tenacity to further boost it.
- With Anathema’s on a target without tenacity you can chain your Q-R-Q together with complete overlap.
- Without it or if your target has tenacity then they’ll be out of CC before your 2nd Q is available, not giving them any chance to click buttons for 4.5 seconds is gamebreaking, and even if they do take tenacity it still is a really potent effect.
Format and Methodology
Our difficulty ratings focus on how long it would take to start seeing a champion’s power level on our list in terms of the number of games invested.
Let’s say you’re debating between learning and climbing with Jax (A-tier | Simple) or Rengar (A-tier | Severe) – you’re going to want to go with Jax. Why? This is because Jax has a lower skill floor and would require less games to play at an A-Tier level in solo queue. If you tried to pick up Rengar, you wouldn’t get the full value of A-tier until after about 15 matches of practice whereas with Jax, you would get that full 15 every time you play him.
Another example would be between Nidalee (S-tier | Intense) vs Xin Zhao (B-Tier | Simple). Let’s say you’re about to play your last match before promos and you get auto-filled to Jungle (a role you’re not too familiar with). Even though he’s lower on the list, you’d be better off choosing Xin because you don’t have the required number of games to break the skill floor of Nidalee.
Higher skill floor champions will scale better with time investment – Severe champs will outperform Simple champs in the long run because Simple champs generally have their weaknesses exposed the higher you climb.
So if your question is, “How long until I’ll start seeing results?”, the answer would be harder = longer time, easier = shorter time. If your question is. “Will this champion still be strong as I climb in ranks?”, the answer would be harder = moreso, easier = less so.
Disclaimer #1:If a champion isn’t on our Tier List, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t climb with them. You’ll just have to put in more effort to get similar results as our Optimal, Great, and Good choices for climbing.
Disclaimer #2:This list is meant to evaluate the champions that we believe are best for climbing Solo Queue. Although there can certainly be some overlap, we are NOT looking to name the champions that are the best in pro-play or organized, competitive 5 on 5. This is why champs that require a ton of team coordination such as Ryze, may not be included or ranked highly.
As always, we welcome all discussion and feedback. If you have any questions about picks that we didn’t expand on or would like to let us know how you feel about Patch 11.20 and our predictions in general, join us in our Discord! If you’re wondering how we make our tier list, check out our video explanation.
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League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) Lock In tournament 2021 has heated up, and the final four teams are keeping their eyes on the prize. While the favourites of this competitive North-American tournament, Cloud9, have re-established their dominance and top-notch form, some underdog teams like Evil Geniuses have also showcased their valour moving into the Spring Split.
The League of Legends' current meta focuses on the jungle since the last season's major patch changed how dragons buffs work. If the ally/enemy team successfully slays four elemental dragons, they will get the soul of the last dragon that they have slain. Moreover, this elemental dragon buff is permanent. It gives an upper edge to the whole ally/enemy team throughout the match and drastically improves their chances of winning the match.
Therefore, every jungler has a responsibility to secure these dragons for his/her team and at the same time, perform the duties of the role. The Jungler has a very unpredictable role, and the players who can adapt to different game-states are good at it. They have to farm camps, invade whenever possible into the enemy jungle, and gank lanes to help counter-matchups get the lead on the opponent laners.
Due to the dragons being a significant priority, the junglers have ganked the bottom lane more than the top/mid lane to give them lane priority and safely get the dragons. Moreover, many jungle picks have been carrying the match for the teams, and they have been significant due to the recent item changes in the game. LCS 2021 also saw a host of old and new jungle picks taken by the professional players.
TOP FIVE LCS JUNGLE PICKS FOR LEAGUE OF LEGENDS SEASON 11 2021
Coming from Bilgewater, Graves has been a reliable pick in the jungle as he has a lot of utility and damage in his arsenal. His passive, Double Barrel, is all about his double-barrel shotgun, which shoots four pellets in a cone. His Q ability deals damage and has a significant AOE effect, making his clears faster. His W ability allows him to throw a Smoke Screen that blinds the enemy, and Graves could use it to outplay enemies. His E is a simple dash that instantly reloads one shot for his shotgun. His ultimate is a finisher, which can be used to eliminate mobile targets from a distance.
Combined with Galeforce, he has an extra mobility option, which allows him to reposition during the team fights. Moreover, the critical damage from the item synergies well with his passive and gives him access to raw damage.
Hecarim quickly takes second place on our list, and he has been a great Jungler in the current meta. His abilities have a comparatively low cooldown, and speed is a crucial aspect of his kit. His passive turns some of his movement speed to raw attack damage, which has the ability to obliterate enemy laners. With his E ability and other speed based runes/items, he can make fast rotations to catch the enemy off-guard and secure kills for his team. His ultimate ability, Onslaught of Shadows, is a great engage tool for starting team fights and opens up new windows of opportunities for the players.
For his mythic item, Divine Sunderer would be the go-to choice as it helps the champion gain tank stats and helps a bit with his early skirmishing power.
Nidalee is one of the highest picked junglers in the LCS. She has a very interesting kit that allows her to poke the enemies heavily and heal herself in the process. She has a reasonably good clear, and her ultimate turns her into her cougar form, which grants her melee abilities. She is famous for her versatility, and her decent AP damage output always keeps her relevant. For her mythic item, feel free to choose different items based on the enemy champion. The LCS has seen quite a lot of items experimented onto her, serving different purposes.
The Udyr used to be an unconventional jungle pick, but he has seen quite some play in the LCS and international leagues as well. He has a great early game, with players choosing to scale on him for the late game and let him soak up the damage while the squishy teammates do the damage and destroy enemy champions. He is a versatile pick as well, with quite a bit of heavy damage and Crowd Control in his kit, which allows him to be relevant within any stage of the game.
The ideal mythic item for him would be Turbo Chemtank, as it allows him to close the gap between the enemies and himself.
Taliyah is an underrated jungle pick, but she has seen her play-rate soaring high in the LCS, with numerous teams relying on her damage and late-game AP scaling to win the matches. Her passive allows her to roam faster through the map, and her abilities are designed to dish out heavy damage if placed perfectly. Her jungle clears are very fast in the mid to late game, and her ultimate serves as a tool to create windows for kills. Her ultimate can separate the team with her wall, and the ally team can pick up easy kills.
Her mythic item could be Liandry's Anguish, which pushes her damage to a whole new level and allows her to burst through tanks in the game.
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The jungle can either be the most aggressive role in League of Legends or the most passive one. When you and your enemy are avoiding each other, it may seem like it doesn’t really matter what you’re playing. But when invades and river fights are constantly erupting, you definitely want a safe champion in your hands. So, who are the safest jungle picks in season 11?
Junglers are the toughest ones to determine. It’s not like choosing a safe mid laner or a safe top laner. Junglers don’t have a single lane opponent – they have five. They need to roam the entire Summoner’s Rift and find possibilities whenever they can. And so, choosing a champion for the jungle lore is much more complicated.
However, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t champions that generally do well, no matter the matchup. Here are my top 5 safest jungle picks you can play in season 11!
1. Nunu & Willump
Nunu is often overlooked as a jungle pick. You rarely see a Nunu main taking full advantage of the champion’s abilities. But it doesn’t really matter because Nunu is amazing at learning the role with.
The first thing that separates Nunu & Willump from the rest of the junglers is the Q ability – Consume. When used, Consume deals a lot of instant true damage to the monster and heals Nunu for a significant amount. Against champions, the ability isn’t that scary, but the healing remains the same.
So thanks to Consume, Nunu can remain at full HP throughout the game. He never has a serious problem clearing the camps. So if you want an easy champion that always does well, Nunu is your pick.
Now, in the late game, Consume deals more true damage than Smite. So not only does it help you stay safe, but it also allows you to secure objectives like Dragon and Baron. You can also steal these objectives away from the enemy jungler if you time the ability right.
Nunu is also tankier than most melee AP champions. Depending on your build, you’ll have a mix of damage and defensive stats. You can also go for a tanky build, which will give you even a safer playstyle.
As Nunu, you won’t have to fight as much. You’re generally there to take Dragons and Barons for your team and to enable them to win. Sure, you can gank with your snowball, but you aren’t expected to carry. So if you enjoy that style, definitely give Nunu a try.
Also read: 5 Best Late Game ADCs
Warwick is another easy-to-play, safe jungle pick in season 11. You don’t have to have extensive experience in the champion nor in the role to succeed. You only need to understand a few key concepts to make it work.
For example, Warwick will never get below 70% HP while in the jungle. It’s simply impossible. The champion has incredible self-healing while fighting jungle monsters, so you won’t have to worry about recalling back to base.
Now, the same can be said for invades. Junglers don’t typically invade Warwick in the early game because they have less health than him. And even if they have more damage than him, he can still heal up through his auto-attacks.
In other words, Warwick is an extremely defensive and safe pick. His build includes items with a lot of health, lifesteal, and damage. You can pick Warwick in any matchup and do alright, as long as you don’t play too aggressively early on.
Warwick is also fantastic at taking objectives solo. He doesn’t rely on his teammates to help him with Dragon, and he can tank the Baron for days. His ganks are exceptional, thanks to his ultimate, Infinite Duress. He has multiple ways to help his allies, so you can always pick him if you are unsure what to play.
One of the most challenging things you can do in LoL is to kill Shaco. Hemay not be everyone’s cup of tea, but he is one of the safest jungle picks in season 11. His ability kit is wonderful for outplaying opponents and messing around with them. Shaco can hide, blink, use boxes to cast fear – all things that make him a really safe champion to play.
If we take a look at Shaco’s Q, Deceive, we’ll realize that this is perhaps the most helpful ability for escaping the enemy. It’s a blink, much like Flash. But instead of simply teleporting you into the distance, Deceive also puts you into invisibility. This allows you to not only jump walls but also remain hidden from your enemy.
Obviously, Shaco’s Q is amazing at escaping, but that’s not everything he has. His W, Jack in the Box, is one of the most frustrating spells to deal with. It puts a box on the ground that detonates after a champion, or a monster touches it. It deals damage, and it puts the nearby targets in fear, making it almost impossible to catch Shaco. It’s also great for farming in the jungle since Shaco doesn’t have to tank the camps – the boxes do it for him.
And lastly, we have Shaco’s R, Hallucinate. When used, Shaco creates a copy of himself that he can control. The copy acts the same way as the original Shaco, but it doesn’t cast spells. You can use Hallucinate to quickly secure objectives around the map or to trick the enemies when you’re running away to safety.
If you decide to play Shaco, you can expect to have a chill time in the jungle. He is quick, effective, and fun to play, so give him a shot.
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Evelynn has a very nasty reputation in League of Legends. That’s because the champion has one of the most broken mechanics in all of gaming, not just League – permanent invisibility.
Invisibility has always been a touchy subject in video games, especially in MOBAs. In League, it often seems unfair that some champions can turn invisible, and some can’t be we get around to it.
However, we can’t do much about Evelynn’s permanent invisibility. Sure, you can use red wards, but you’re limited to only one red ward at a time on the Rift. Your teammates can also put one, but that doesn’t happen too often in solo queue, does it?
What I’m trying to say is – Evelynn is one of the safest champions in season 11, not just among the jungle picks. True, she is pretty vulnerable in the early game and can’t really duel anyone. Invades and early skirmishes on the river can set her behind. But after level 6, Evelynn is simply broken.
As Evelynn, you can roam the entire Summoner’s Rift and find squishy targets to one-shot. Repeat this process two to three times, and you’ll be so fed that you can assassinate anyone in the game. You might need your teammates to secure objectives, but you’re otherwise safe in pretty much everything else.
Evelynn has amazing damage on top of her Charm mechanic. Any time the enemy jungler invades or tries to fight, you can simply Charm him and disappear into invisibility. It’s really easy to navigate through the game as Evelynn after level 6, so I totally recommend her!
Also read: 3 Best Supports for Jhin
And in the 5th place, we have Rammus! Now, Rammus doesn’t have any invisibility effects or fancy mechanics that will keep you safe. He is just a simple magic armadillo that has tons of armor and is unable to die in the jungle.
When you consider his ability kit, you quickly realize how strong Rammus actually is. His passive, Spiked Shell enhances his auto-attacks to deal bonus magic damage based on his armor. So the more armor you buy, the more damage you’re going to deal. This is incredibly helpful in clearing the jungle, especially in the early game.
And if you ever have trouble either with jungle camps or champions, you can use Rammus’ W, Defensive Ball Curl. This ability will give you a bunch of armor and magic resist, reducing the damage you take significantly.
Rammus’ Q, Powerball, is a fantastic mobility tool. It grants him tons of movement speed, allowing him to move around Summoner’s Rift quickly. This will help you get away from any fed enemy or catch up with a fleeing one.
Rammus, like Warwick and Nunu, doesn’t require his teammates around the Dragons. You can rely on his defensiveness to get you all way from the early game to the late game. He is incredibly tanky and safe in the meta of season 11, so I definitely recommend it too.
And the greatest thing about Rammus is the fact that he is really an easy champion to play. Even if you don’t have much experience in playing jungle, Rammus will help you figure things out. You won’t have trouble with the jungle camps, so you can focus on things like ganking instead.
So, these are the top 5 safest jungle picks in season 1 of League of Legends!
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Riot took another round at trying to make off-meta champions junglers in Patch 11.8, but this time it seems they actually managed to accomplish their goal. Champions like Morgana, Diana, Darius, and Zed made their way onto the jungle tier list, landing fairly high up in the rankings.
Our aggregated League of Legends tier list pulled data from ten different sites around the internet to see how they each ranked the top champions in each role in Patch 11.8. From that, we are able to give our average ranking of each champion that was graded or listed in at least half of those tier lists. As always, you can find the link to all the underlying data here.
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Jungle Tier List
S tier: Hecarim, Elise
A+ tier: Shaco, Udyr
A tier: Fiddlesticks (⇐), Kha’Zix (⇐⇓), Volibear, Rammus (⇑), Morgana (*), Lee Sin, Nunu & Willump, Evelynn, Rek’Sai (⇒), Zac (⇑⇒), Xin Zhao (⇑⇒)
B tier: Viego (⇓), Diana (*), Skarner, Nocturne, Karthus, Poppy, Ekko, Kayn, Ivern (⇓), Taliyah, Sejuani, Warwick, Master Yi, Gragas (⇒), Graves (⇒), Nidalee (⇑⇒)
C tier: Kindred (⇐⇓), Dr. Mundo (⇐⇓), Jarvan IV (⇐), Olaf, Vi, Amumu (⇓), Rengar, Shyvana, Mordekaiser (*), Lillia, Jax
D tier: Darius (*), Trundle (⇓), Wukong, Rumble (*), Zed (*)
- * = new to the League of Legends tier list this patch
- ⇑ = improved (rated at least one tier higher than the previous patch)
- ⇓ = declined (rated at least one tier lower than the previous patch)
- ⇐ = borderline-up (within 10% of being in the next-higher tier)
- ⇒ = borderline-down (within 10% of being in the next-lower tier)
Let’s dive deeper into the League of Legends tier list for jungle in Patch 11.8!
Thanks to the buffs, Zac, Rammus, and Lee Sin all rose by at least half a tier this patch.
Dr. Mundo dropped by a full tier after getting nerfed, but a few other champions like Trundle, Ivern, and Amumu all dropped by a half tier.
It’s actually Ivern who is the least-picked jungle champion in Patch 11.8, with only a 2.71% pick rate.
With the third-highest (13.05%) pick rate despite being a borderline-C tier pick, Nidalee is the most overrated jungler.
Lee Sin (B tier ⇒ A tier)
Rammus (B tier ⇒ A tier)
Zac (C tier ⇒ A tier)
Dr. Mundo (B tier ⇒ C tier)
LoL Wild Rift Jungle Best Champions
LoL Wild Rift Jungle Best Champions Tier List for Patch 2.4 Season Season 3 will rank the strongest Jungle champions to play in ranked games. We consider the best Jungle picks this patch to be Master Yi and Evelynn. The Most Popular Jungle champions to play are Gragas and Lee Sin; If not banned, then Xin Zhao is another good choice.
Best JungleChampions To Pick, these are the best champions to play based on how easy they are to win with in ranked queue.
Lol Wild Rift Jungle Tier List 2.4
Below is a Tier List of all Jungle Champions in Wild Rift the Mobile Android & IOS game, we have included the Best Items Builds and Best Runes To Use. You will also find recommended Counter Picks for each champion within the List.
- The Best Champions in our LoL Wild Rift Jungle Tier List.
- Very Strong Champions, but not on the same level as S-Tier Choices.
- Good choice and can be viable when used with the right Item Build.
- An Average choice, middle of the pack neither good nor bad.
You can Click/Tap any of the champion images to view more information.
By RankedBoostSours: https://rankedboost.com/league-of-legends-wild-rift/jungle-tier-list/
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