Top lane – Yasuo
Despite possessing extremely “virtual” damage, but Yasuo is currently the worst champion in the top lane at the moment. The biggest reason comes from the meta of the current toplane filled with the gods who are both difficult to die, and have a lot of damage and the ability to duel. Ornn, Volibear, all can make Yasuo “cry” while traveling.
With his sensitive nature, Yasuo, when “fed” and stuck in the lane, is difficult to be strong or shine in the match because of slow equipment and leveling. It is not natural that Yasuo has only 46.69% win rate, which is the weakest ranking among champions in the top lane.
Jungle – Sylas
Perhaps this bare-chested guy after the last update was no longer suitable for the jungle position when his ability to replicate attacks. Sylas was completely removed from the skill set. Since the speed of the jungle slowed down, Sylas’s equipment level and level in this position therefore dropped significantly compared to before. Perhaps Sylas should only take the lane now and choose when he needs to counter a few specific champions, otherwise don’t take him to the jungle.
Mid lane – Azir
Despite being “president” Faker used and won against Sandbox Gaming but Azir’s fate in the solo queue was extremely bleak. Emperor Shurima is currently sharing the bottom of the table to win mid lane with Irelia. With a type of champion that depends on player skills like Azir, low-rank gamers are hard to use the champion’s combos properly, let alone playing effectively.
Not everyone can turn to Azir like Faker did
Moreover, Azir is a strong champion at the end of the game, while the speed of a single rank game is extremely large, you do not have time to farm and increase power. No matter how well you play, it is very difficult to reach the threshold of 3-4 items when ranking, while that is the minimum time Azir needs to be strongest.
Gunner and Support – Kai’Sa accompanies Yuumi
Similar to the case of Azir, Kai’Sa is also a strong hero only when there are 3 or more equipment and it takes a lot of time to farm. Kai’Sa even requires a whole squad to play around her so she can comfortably discharge bullets, and can break into the backline to take down the enemy team. Those things will often be seen in tournament battles when a team trains together, but the solo queue is a completely different story and she’s hard to be strong in the solo queue.
Yuumi is also another victim of single rank when the champion’s gameplay depends too much on how the team gunner plays, if that person plays well then you will be extremely annoyed, and vice versa, you will be extremely weak. But at the single rank, it’s like tossing a coin, the chance of you seeing the AD carry with position errors leading to game losses is extremely large, so it is best to ignore this champion in the single rank. come on.