Table of Contents
- 1 What’s New?
- 2 TIER RANKINGS – Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
- 3 TIER RANKINGS – Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
- 4 TIER RANKINGS – Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
- 5 TIER RANKINGS – Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
- 6 TIER RANKINGS – Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
- 7 TIER RANKING – Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
- 8 TIER RANKINGS – Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
Welcome to the League of Legends Champion Tier List. Here, my friends, we will go over each champion and place them in their respective Tier; these Tiers are used as a guide to help players understand the strengths and weaknesses of each hero relative to other heroes in League of Legends, with respect to actual statistics gathered from thousands of games played by professionals on the Rift.
Keep in mind that if you disagree with any placement, it is because we haven’t seen enough professional play (or they don’t exist, like Evelynn ). We’ve done our best to make sure all information is accurate and up-to-date, but this list may not reflect changes made recently due to patches.
We’ll be trying something new to give you all the most up-to-date information possible. As of November 15th, 2015, we’ll use stats gathered within the last 30 days to provide you with an accurate picture of where heroes are placed at that moment.
This should allow us to get closer to having Tier Lists that are based on actual gameplay. Once again, thanks for your support! It’s thanks to you guys that this list continues to improve over time!
We’re also adding explanations for each hero’s placement this month. You can see examples below:
Karma The reason Karma has seen low usage is that she works much better when in a full team comp, which means you need to be with your friends. While she’s good at getting an early snowball when paired with Zyra or Janna, her landing phase can be underwhelming if taken into the jungle.
When compared to other supports, it feels like Karma doesn’t have any significant strengths that make her shine above others. Tier 3 Karma is picked far too infrequently, forcing us to place this value Mid Laner below where we’d expect.
That’s not saying much for her since many Mid Lane heroes are still being played heavily in competitive games despite repeated nerfs. It shouldn’t take long before the pro scene starts picking her up as well.
Tier 3 Karma is picked far too infrequently, forcing us to place this value Mid Laner below where we’d expect. That’s not saying much for her since many Mid Lane heroes are still being played heavily in competitive games despite repeated nerfs. It shouldn’t take long before the pro scene starts picking her up as well.
Maokai Maokai ‘s role as an anti-mage tanker has become less valuable with each new mage release, but he can still be a threat in the right hands. He works particularly well against heavy AP Mages, but at the moment he struggles to really shine throughout all stages of the game. Thus, we’re placing him in the Balanced category, which also includes heroes that fit well into a tank role.
Nami Nami is decent support for teams with a healthy mix of damage and defence. She works best when paired with AD Carries who struggle to push lane or have poor wave clear. The reason she’s ranked low is that her landing phase can be risky if going up against ranged Midlanders who have a lot of pokes.
Using Ebb and Flow optimally requires you to use mana efficiently, so keep that in mind while practising! Tier 4 We did not see much play from Nami at Worlds, but recent patches may raise her usage in competitive games. It was mentioned that she had more promise in the past, and we’ll see if professional players share our thoughts.
Nautilus will continue to sit near the bottom of these tier lists until he receives some buffs or gets reworked (which is unlikely). We think it may be too late for Riot to make significant changes; his kit isn’t as appealing as others.
He’s got a decent amount of cc but can easily be peeled off by divers like Vi because you always need to stay with your carrier. Adding another slow on his ultimate doesn’t change much since enemies can still escape them both without Flash.
Tier 5 If you’re looking for an off-tank with good peel, Nautilus might be able to work for you. It’s just rare that players are willing to play him because he doesn’t offer anything above other tanks in the current meta.
Sejuani Sejuani is a top-tier tank with a unique blend of defence and disruption, along with a steroid ability that helps her shred through enemy teams. She’s very versatile and builds items like Warmog’s Armor and Locket of the Iron Solari mid-game that really help swing fights into your favour.
As soon as she gets going, she can easily set up lethal ganks or counter gank well. In addition, she can hard initiate from long range using her ultimate and can lock down two targets (including epic monsters) simultaneously, which is a big part of why she’s such a strong pick.
Singed is a pretty frustrating champion to play against. He can’t really farm that well, but he scales very quickly into the late game and brings a lot of utility to a team with his slow, fling, and Mega Adhesive.
He’s obviously countered by hard engaged teams, but if your opponents have trouble coordinating those types of strategies it may be difficult to shut him down completely. His low range makes him vulnerable to being dived on over extended periods of time. However, so try not to push up too far as you can be ganked from behind easily.
Trundle Trundle has some powerful strengths that are only limited by the fact that he doesn’t do great damage. He brings a decent amount of CC and is very, really tanky. His pillar can be game-changing when setting up ganks or protecting your teammates against enemy ganks, so it’s important to coordinate with your team on how you plan on using this ability.
There aren’t many tanks in the meta at the moment, but the competition amongst jungle has never been higher either (which means his weak clear speeds may drop him down further).