Soul – Great Master
One of the strongest points of the U Soul race from the beginning of season 4 up to now is that it has a lot of powerful staples that can shine in turns based on equipment possessed. If you have many items that increase physical damage like Sword B.F, Jhin or Vayne is a good choice, Riven, Thresh, Yone can use all kinds of equipment in the game well so you don’t have to worry about this. Lillia’s relatively strong buff in the past few versions also helps U Soul back.
Lillia has been buffed by Riot quite a lot in the past few versions
In a meta where the family is still fighting to rob Talon to play the Enlightenment team, even very strong U Soul is still not a top priority. This is in The Arena of Truth can be seen as a strong point because gamers are rarely contested by other players to steal important pieces. Not to mention that only 2-star units like Cassiopeia, Riven or Shen are too powerful, even if a little bit of competition is not a problem.
Team U Soul – Great Master is complete at level 8
The Holy Spirit – Great Master
The Holy Spirit at the present time no longer possesses the hegemonic power but this formation still proves to be a formidable force in the Arena of Truth. The power of the Holy Spirit comes from the large amount of true damage and the ability to ignore the defensive stats of your team. No matter how strong the enemy team has a vanguard, meet Lee Sin Or that Warwick also has to give up.
With the power nerf on 2 or 4 champions, the Spirit is now favored in the late game with major players like Lee Sin, Warwick. So the slightly “selling blood” gameplay at the beginning of the game is the most suitable for this lineup, you will prioritize keeping gold, go to level 8 as fast as possible to find a way to own the two units mentioned above in level. 2 stars. Don’t forget the Great Master system in the late game because good control from Shen, Yone is the key to victory.
The God of God remains an extremely stable way to climb the ranks with flagship Warwick
Although it was nerfed in version 10.23, Hunter is still a relatively strong option, still easy to build for gamers at low ranks. This lineup can start off really easily with cheap and high-quality Duel units like Maokai and Tahm Kench. Hunter’s pieces also have an equipment-building style, a simple, easy-to-understand formation and no tricks. You just need to put Gladiators on the front line and the Hunters in the back row is more than enough to win.
A little trick used by players for the Hunter lineup is to buy more Azir at level 8 if you roll this piece. Of course it doesn’t trigger any extra race – any system for the team, but providing 2 barrier units and one control skill is more than enough to buy this champion. You may not need to upgrade Azir to the next level, but this is a unit worth buying late in the game.
Hunter-Gladiator squad is easy to rebuild and strong