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League of Legends: Leo rank at the end of the season with the cards with the highest win rate in Challenger Korea

At the end of the season, the gaming community League of Legends often want to get yourself a beautiful frame, or simply qualify for the Glory Lucian costume at the end of the season. And to help you climb the rank more easily during this “finish” phase, here are some of the cards that are making a storm at the rank. Korean Challenge:

Top Road – Kennen

Kennen has a 59.53% win rate in the top lane of Challenger Korea

It is not clear whether this is due to the influence of Kennen from world champion DWG Nuguri, but right now Kennen is an extremely powerful general in top lane with the ability to crush a series of champions from gladiator to anti bear.

Basically, the reason why Kennen was brought back by many people was because of his strong laning ability, the ability to repel opponents early to assist junglers in competing for resources like Crab Scram. At a later stage, Kennen’s ultimate, Lightning Storm will be something that puts a lot of pressure, making the opponent always beware and notice the location of Kennen on the map.

Jungle – Nunu

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Jungler Nunu has a 61.54% win rate at Challenger Korea

Unlike the meta at Worlds 2020, Nunu is the hottest jungler in version 10.22. Regarding Nunu’s strengths, this card has a strong ability to control targets with the devour combo (Q) + Smite. In addition, the potential to open fights is also great with W, regardless of any stage of the match. As solo lanes are popular in the current meta, so the jungler position also needs to take on the team’s resilience role.

Mid lane – Rumble

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Rumble has a towering win rate – 74.14% in mid lane

In recent days, the Rumble mid lane play is making many players “headache” because they do not know how to counter. While on the road, the combo of Doran’s Shield + Blood Flavor + Scrap Shield (W) helps Rumble’s stamina “reach the roof”, able to exchange blood effectively with the opponent. When he has a few pieces of equipment that increase damage, Rumble can push the lane quite quickly to roam to help his teammates.

In the late game, Rumble’s ultimate is just as dangerous as Kennen, all of which contribute a huge amount of damage in teamfights.

Bottom lane + Support – Yasuo + Alistar

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Yasuo and Alistar are completely dominating the Korean Challenger bot lane

What is interesting is the comparison in terms of individual win rates Yasuo and Alistar are both top 1 with 58.51% and 56.34%, respectively, even when compared to the win rate when paired, the duo is also top 1 with 75.86%.

The reason is that this duo has a high ability to “dry blood” when on the road, can defy support to defeat the enemy team, constantly changing lives to make the main team farm. Moreover, this is also a duo that is not afraid of hot-pick mid lane champions such as Lucian, Twisted Fate, Zoe, … because of Yasuo’s Wall Wind (W) and Alistar’s Beef (W) to retreat. safe.

As for the total fighting phase, all stats from damage, hard control, resistance, … are not inferior to traditional ADCs in the bot lane. So this duo is completely stirring the bot lane in the last days of this season.

[ Æsir Tales ]
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