Matches League of Legends Professional is probably one of the most interesting things you can follow as an audience. With about 150 champions, each match will have completely different teams and no match is completely the same. Even when playing meta, professional gamers always have more than one choice.
When a champion appears time and time again in a tournament, even if it is one of the most interesting generals in League of Legends, the player is still tired and boring. Here are the top champions who not only play a lot in tournaments but also have a one-way play that fans don’t like to see the players use the most:
Trundle once in the meta there is only one meaning: all matches will be full tanks. Trundle counter tanks and tank champions are usually boring. So if Trundle emerges into a phenomenon, that meta will definitely be dull.
On top of that, all of Trundle’s gameplay simply ran closer to the target, hitting them with his club, setting up icicles and stealing their tank stats. There are very few skills that can be demonstrated by Trundle, other than setting up accurate icicles to outplay opponents.
League of Legends fans enjoy watching the performance of professional gamers, with magical combos that show macro understanding or outplay opponents with personal skills. They don’t like to watch players evaporate from the map after a single skillshot. Seeing it once, twice can be quite fun, but if the whole match of Zoe’s enemies were up on the board in the blink of an eye before they could react, basically it was a bland match. .
Braum is a favored Support champion in professional play, having been an auto-pick option in many tournaments. However, his skill set is designed to be defensive, not too prone to attack and no one likes to watch a defensive battle.
You may want to talk about the combination of Braum and Lucian at early levels, or his ultimate moves to engage in tight terrain. However, if comparing him to the Drag support meta, Nautilus as it is today, Braum is quite passive and not capable of all-in at all stages of the match.
Elise is the queen of the jungle and she rarely disappears completely from the meta. This has made the Spider Queen appear so much in professional tournaments for the past 10 years.
In addition, Elise completely faded in the second half of the match and was quite useless. She can certainly make flashy gigs during the early game ganks, but her full ganking potential depends on whether or not the Cocoon hits the target. Once she misses E, she contributes very little and can only go back to wait for the next opportunity.
Mordekaiser is simply too strong compared to the general level of generals, making tracking the matches between this champion and other champions somewhat predictable. His dominance in the top lane also makes this a mandatory choice, not banning to choose for a relatively long time. With Riot aiming to make the top half of the map more exciting in the first half of the game, hopefully they soon have a plan to balance this “bug” champion’s strength so that the top meta has more. richer options.