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Ranked can be a frustrating experience for a lot of League of Legends players. Between the teammates who refuse to coordinate, the vastly different skill levels, and the odd smurf or two, you can sometimes feel like you’re going backward. But there are a few champions that, if mastered, can help you beat the system and take you to the next level.

Below are five champions—one for each role—that will help you climb the ranks. They aren’t all easy to learn, but they’re the kind of champions that probably demolished you during a match and made you ask yourself, “why are they so good?” Once you master these champions, it becomes easier to learn the mechanics of the lane (or jungle) itself and improve as a player. And then you can begin the real climb.

With this in mind, let’s break down the top five solo queue champions for League’s Patch 11.16.

Top lane – Tahm Kench

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Pros

  • Strong one-vs-one fighter early
  • High base damage
  • Easy to play

Cons

  • Lackluster mid-game damage
  • No waveclear
  • Can be easily kited

Tahm Kench is the latest terror in the top lane. While he doesn’t have the traditional tools of a meta top laner, such as good waveclear, ranged abilities, or good scaling damage, he is quite useful with what he offers. He can easily take down most top lanes early on due to his high base damage while also surviving their poke without issues. He is quite easy to play and master and will most likely be nerfed soon if he keeps dominating the Rift.

Item build

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The Resolve tree is crucial on Tahm Kench. It will grant you additional tankiness via the health regeneration from Second Wind alongside shield power via Revitalize. On top of that, you’ll get the greatest keystone for a tank, Grasp of the Undying. It will allow you to stack up your health pool every couple of seconds while also doing a decent amount of damage. Demolish is the rune to pick, since Tahm Kench’s kit is lackluster at taking towers. 

Inspiration as a secondary tree opens up two useful runes:  Minion Dematerializer is useful for taking down cannons whenever you’re being zoned out, and Approach Velocity syncs well with the slow from your Q.

Ability priority

Tahm Kench’s skill priority is the following: R>Q>W>E. Your Q is your core ability to farm and fight opponents. It has decent scaling and can prove to be troublesome for enemies if you catch them in your Q, since you can easily follow up with other Qs to slow or stun them and potentially land a kill. The blink is maxed second to be more mobile and the shield is maxed last due to its lackluster utility.

Game plan

Farm up early since you scale well with items. If your opponent comes within melee range to kill minions, try to land a Q and then follow up with auto attacks or other Qs to stun them and get favorable trades. Your goal is to get tanky items and become an unkillable beast in teamfights, while also being a huge nuisance to your opponents’ backline. . As a top laner, you should always be on the lookout for teleport plays behind the enemy. A good flank can easily win games if you catch the opposing carries without their allies defending them.

Jungle – Karthus

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Pros

  • Global ultimate
  • Impactful even after death
  • Good source of magic damage in AD composition

Cons

  • Needs time to scale
  • Cannot contest early objectives

Karthus is one of the best ability power junglers to round out a full AD composition. This is mostly thanks to the utility from his kit, as well as his slow and global ultimate. Karthus is a power farmer with barely any cooldown on Q, allowing for a quick jungle clear. But he’s rather mana hungry and struggles with early ganks.

He’s contested in high elo due to his ability to turn fights around with his ultimate. Recent nerfs to other popular AP champions have made Karthus a great pick once again.

Item build

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The Domination tree is important for Karthus. It grants access to additional damage from Dark Harvest, Cheap Shot, and Eyeball Collection, which synergizes well with Karthus’ ultimate, alongside additional sustain from Ravenous Hunter to make your clear healthier. The Precision secondary is great on Karthus since Coup de Grace increases your ultimate damage directly onto low-health targets and Presence of Mind increases your mana regeneration to allow you to use E more often.

Ability priority

Karthus’ ability priority is R>Q>W>E. Your Q is your primary damaging tool in both the jungle and teamfights. Learn how to aim with it to maximize damage output on a single target to zone out the important carries of a teamfight. Max W second since its width gets increased with level. While the damage from E is good, the utility from the slow is much more useful and it will allow you to get into range or escape much easier.

Game plan

Karthus is a power farmer who needs to reach level six as soon as possible to influence the game. While his early game isn’t the worst, he needs items and levels to get going. Don’t look to contest objectives until level six since you’ll most likely end up dead and behind, while also giving an advantage to the enemy.

After you get level six, watch over the map and look for low-health enemies to finish them off. Remember not to use it wastefully since it has a high cooldown early on. Use it for guaranteed kills only. Keep farming as the game goes on. Don’t focus on attempting to gank too much since it might be telegraphed. Try to farm up, get items, and use your ultimate on cooldown for kills.

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Mid lane – Katarina

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Pros

  • Powerful burst damage
  • Can take over games alone
  • Rewarding if mastered
  • Flexible build

Cons

  • Relies on a roaming playstyle
  • Squishy

Katarina is one of the most powerful mid laners after having received multiple buffs in recent patches. She is becoming a menace in the solo queue due to her flexible build, which allows her to counter various champions easily. If left uncontrolled, she can snowball and take over games with her roaming playstyle. Her dash allows her to bypass terrain easily and gank from unexpected angles, giving her team plenty of opportunities to set up ganks.

Item build

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The two core rune builds for Katarina are either Domination primary with Precision secondary or vice versa. The most important aspect is to decide whether you need the burst from Electrocute or the sustain from Conqueror. 

The rune page with Electrocute gives you access to more damage early on via Sudden Impact and Eyeball Collection on top of sustain with Ravenous Hunter. The secondary precision tree is picked up for Triumph and Coup de Grace. The first one is aimed to help you escape after low-health plays, while the second is picked up for the additional damage to secure the kill against your opponents.

Ability priority

Katarina’s skill priority is R>Q>E>W. Maxing Q first is your priority since it gets a lower cooldown with each rank up and is your main damaging ability. It also helps you by putting a dagger on a location, to which you can jump with E. Your mobility spell therefore should be maxed in accordance with Q to be able to jump around as much as possible and be a huge nuisance for the opposing team. W is maxed last since the utility and power of Q and E are much higher.

Game plan

Katarina is one of the strongest mid lane assassins and excels at taking over games with a couple of early-game kills. Your low cooldowns combined with your high base damage give you plenty of opportunities to snowball. You should use this to your advantage and look for proactive plays during the laning phase.

If you try to adapt a passive playstyle, you won’t be useful in the long-run and the enemy can outscale and shut you down. Keep up an aggressive playstyle and try to win your lane. After you do, you’ll be able to freely roam the map and either kill the opposing jungler or help your side laners.

ADC – Ziggs

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Pros

  • Strong kit
  • Easy to play
  • Cheap power spike

Cons

  • Forces your team to pick up an AD carry in other roles

Ziggs is one of the most powerful bottom laners in the current meta. He has cheap power spikes due to his high base damage. His long-range abilities allow you to easily play the champion by keeping your opponents at bay and just spamming your spells. He’s hard to counter due to his disengaging tool that can knock opponents back. Usually, only the impact of a good jungler can set him behind.

Item build

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There are various build paths for Ziggs, but the most powerful one is focused on picking up the Sorcery primary tree and combining it with either Domination or Inspiration. Inspiration is recommended for Biscuit Delivery and Magical Footwear, two powerful runes that will give you increased sustain and movement speed. If you get a couple of early kills, you’ll receive the Boots of Speed fast, allowing you to dodge opponents’ ganks with ease.

Ability priority

Ziggs’ skill priority is R>Q>E>W. Q is your bread-and-butter ability, allowing you to poke and farm minions. E is maxed second for the increased damage and slow on the mines. W is maxed last since its utility is lower compared to Q or E. If you get caught, having a lower cooldown on W won’t matter since you’ll die due to being squishy before it comes back up.

Game plan

Ziggs is one of the most popular bottom laners in the current meta. He has an easy way to farm via his Q and passive, while also being hard to punish due to his range. Even if enemies try to engage on you, you can just use your W to jump away while also knocking opponents away.

As the game progresses and you get your core items, such as Liandry’s Anguish and Demonic Embrace, your power will increase a lot. That’s when you should look to group with your team and force teamfights or pick up objectives. Try to keep a safe distance from your opponents and don’t get too close if you want to avoid being blown up.

Support – Sona

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Pros

  • Ranged
  • Easy to play
  • Game-changing ultimate

Cons

  • Squishy
  • Can run out of mana quickly

Sona is the latest support to become a contested pick in the current meta. She was quite weak before, but Riot’s latest mini-rework made her much more powerful, propelling her to one of the highest presence rates in solo queue while also boasting a high win rate. She is here to stay due to how strong she is, but experienced opponents can exploit this pick by going for engage-heavy champions.

Item build

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The Sorcery primary tree is essential on Sona. It grants her increased poke potential throughout Summon Aery and Scorch, additional mana that she heavily requires via Manaflow Band, and ability haste via Transcendence, which is always welcome for a champion whose job is to spam her abilities on cooldown.

The Precision secondary will give you access to Presence of Mind to increase your mana regeneration and Cut Down for additional damage against champions with more health than you.

Ability priority

Sona’s skill priority is the following: R>Q>W>E. Q is your bread-and-butter ability to poke during the laning phase. The second ability to max is W for the additional healing, and E should be maxed last due to its lower utility compared to Q or W.

Game plan

Sona is a powerful enchanter in the bottom lane that can poke out laning opponents with ease. But she comes with a huge downside in that she’s quite squishy, making her a target for the opposing bottom lane. If you maintain a good distance and spam your abilities on cooldown, you should be able to build a decent lane lead.

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[Update] 2021 Solo Queue Champion Tier List for League of Legends | solo lol – Vietnamnhanvan

To understand the reasoning behind the tier chosen for each champion in the roles, it’s important to understand how the tier is calculated. In this tier list, the tier is calculated based on several features.

Like other tier lists, the standard statistics used include: Pick Rate, Ban Rate, and Win Rate. Furthermore, this list also considers the skill requirement to play the champion at a high level, the validity of the champion in the role across all ELOs, and the likelihood of the champion to remain at a similar power level for the remainder of the season (based on likelihood of champion buff/nerfs, item dependency, and meta dependency).

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s go over the tier categories.

The highest tier is “S Tier”. This category represents the ‘cream-of-the-crop’ or the ‘best-of-the-best’. These champions are fantastic for their consistency, have high win rates, low ban rates, and low pick rates. If these champions are open and you play them well, then play them!

The next tier is “A Tier”. This category is distinguished as ‘above average’ and for good reason. The champions in this category are competitive with “S Tier” champions in the right conditions, and if you know how to play them really well, then they can easily be as good as the “S Tier” or even better.

Next is the “B Tier”. This tier is the ‘average’ tier where you can find champions that will be consistent in the meta across almost all metas and conditions, however, there will always be a better pick. With that said, there will still always be worse ones, too.

The second to last tier is “C Tier”. This tier is the ‘below average’ category that really should be avoided at all costs. Unless you are a ‘one-trick’ or just enjoy playing these champions, it’s probably best to pretend they don’t exist. Either because they are poorly applicable to the current meta or are just insanely difficult to play and master for the stats and strengths that they bring to the team.

Finally, we have “D Tier”. This tier is by far the worst category and is ‘terrible’ (likely for many reasons). This tier is the category of champions that are prevalent in the role, but should not be played (no ifs, ands, or buts). Aside from these tiers, any champion not on a list for the role, can be considered a really, really, bad idea.

With that out of the way, let’s get to the Tier Lists.

Top Lane

When specifically looking at the Top Lane Tier List, the ‘S Tier’ is composed of champions that are powerful for pretty much every reason there can be. A combination of low ban rates, high carry potential, side-laning threat, and either an easy kit or one that is so powerful when mastered that it can’t be ignored. Irelia, for example, is famous for her kit being difficult to grasp, but those who do manage, can easily put the game on their shoulders and carry. Not to mention Irelia has multiple build paths so no matter the meta, or any patch item changes, she will likely always be in a good position and have great matchups against popular picks.

Contrary to the top of the list, the ‘D Tier’ is made of champions that are WAY too matchup specific, nerfed to weaken their top lane potential, or just take too long to scale up for a solo queue game.

As for the A-C tiers, these champions are ranked based on reliance on specific builds or metas, their ease of use, and for what they can bring to the team. Kayle, for example, is a relatively easy champion to learn and has incredible scaling potential. If she weren’t extremely weak to early game ganks she would easily be in the ‘S Tier’. Champions in the ‘C Tier’ for top lane, are just weaker versions of champions listed higher on the list or simply work better in other positions making them a poor choice in the top lane.

Jungle

The ‘S Tier’ for jungling is clearly focused on ganking and farming junglers that have high damage and carrying potential. For solo queue, that is what’s really important, and map controlling junglers simply require too much forethought to be as consistent from game-to-game as the top of the list.

The ‘A Tier’ is for champions that have many good matchups and are not extremely reliant on the meta. This category is very diverse because each of these champions offer unique features for teams. Choosing any of these ‘A Tier’ champions in the right team composition can easily make the difference and bring the champion to an ‘S Tier’ level.

The ‘B Tier’ offers a great set of champions that are often played by ‘one-tricks’. If you are one of those people, then you likely can play them to the level of ‘A Tier’ champions, however, if you are not, then these champions are just slightly worse than the ones above due to poor clearing, weaker skirmishing, or require too much setup from lakers to have a gank be successful.

As for ‘C Tier’ and ‘D Tier’, these champions are generally best to steer clear of since they are extremely meta dependent and have much better alternatives in most metas and recent patches.

Mid Lane

The ‘S Tier’ in the mid lane is a group of fantastic picks in nearly any game. These champions are great blind, and can easily carry solo queue games! Some of these champions require more skill than others to pilot, but even when played less than stellar, players can see great returns. The most important feature about these champions is that they are nearly always great in the meta, so players who enjoy playing these champions can enjoy the fact that they are usually pretty viable.

Champions in the ‘A Tier’ are definitely not far off the ‘S Tier’ but are just a bit more matchup-dependent or skill-reliant. Overall though, ‘A Tier’ champions are almost always in a good position in the meta and exceptional carries!

‘B Tier’ belongs to several niche picks and some specific counterpicks to champions listed in the tiers above. Although they definitely see the light of day, they should very rarely be blind picked.

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As for the ‘C Tier’ and ‘D Tier’, these champions are simply better elsewhere, extremely meta-reliant or are simply too difficult to play well enough to match most champions in the tiers above (best to avoid these champions… for now atleast).

Bot Lane

As for the bottom lane, these champions are simply too strong if left unchanged. Swain, for example, has been averaging a solo queue win rate of greater than 53.5% for the past 5 patches (and likely even more). Swain and Ziggs offer their team more flexibility in draft to generate better matchups, and are incredible blind picks. The other picks of the tier are simply insane late game carries with few counters to prevent them from snowballing. Looking past the ‘S Tier’, the bot lane is pretty well balanced, and the majority of picks fall into either ‘A Tier’ or ‘B Tier’. The specific placement between these two tiers is basically based on how well they do against the ‘S Tier’ picks. The ones that do well (or decently well), end up in the ‘A Tier’, and those that do not, are in the ‘B Tier’.

After that, ‘C Tier’ and ‘D Tier’ are quite underwhelming in the current climate, and don’t seem like they will be viable options anytime soon. Karthus specifically, should be discussed because of his high win rate. Although Karthus bot sports a very attractive win rate (upwards of 53%), there are very few matches played each patch which likely means there are very few (but very impressive) players that play him Bot which significantly skew the data and do not accurately indicate how he actually fairs in the current climate.

Support

Lastly, we have support. In ‘S Tier’ we have the notorious solo queue autofill picks. These picks are notorious for this because they are fun to play and are always good. In solo queue, often the supports that are exceptional for their ability to capitalize on mistakes are the best options regardless of the meta. These champions do exactly that. Blitzcrank and Thresh, obviously for their catch potential, and Leona for her ability to chain crowd controlling abilities long enough for her team to finish the kill. Finally, Lulu is here for the exact opposite reason. Lulu is incredible because she can help teammates who get caught out for making mistakes, and can easily bait enemies into committing to a fight/skirmish that they cannot win.

The ‘A Tier’ champions are similar to champions in the ‘S Tier’ but are less consistent in those facets. Nautilus is an obvious example, as he resembles the crowd controlling effects of Leona, however his cooldowns are longer and early game stats weaker. Unlike the other roles, the support ‘B Tier’ is actually composed of fantastic champions that can do the job quite well. The only caveat to these champions is they are somewhat quirky and require at least a handful of games to get the hang of.

The ‘C Tier’ is composed of champions that are simply better off in other lanes, with certain duos, or in specific metas. Sett, for example, is quite good and could easily be in the ‘B Tier’ however he really only works in ‘kill lanes’ where he is paired with champions like: Swain, Veigar, Yasuo, or Vayne.

Finally, ‘D Tier’ is simply the home of champions that you will occasionally see people play when they are autofill but refuse to believe it changes anything! Best to dodge in these situations, but make sure to check if they have specific duos that they pair well with and see if you can accommodate.

Conclusion

In conclusion, there are obviously a lot of champions and role combinations out there, and a lot of viable ones at that! Don’t be afraid to get out of your comfort zone and find a new or niche pick that you see on this list and try them out in a normal game! Maybe you’ll find your next main!

Do your best and keep asking questions.

Good luck, Summoners!


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