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This tier list displays all champions in any role that they are frequently played in and compares them against each other. Use the filters below to customize the view, or check out our lane specific tier lists to see how champions stack up in a particular role.

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The hottest babes in league of legends tier list Patch 11.6. Tolis slayer's Tier List. Last updated on March 18, 2021. The League of Legends Tier List of April 2021 splits the champions in five tiers based on their popularity and ban rate at Diamond, Master, and above. All regions are considered. All the champions are arranged in five tiers based on their draft rate (pick + ban rate). The most selected champions for Mid Lane are Galio, Fizz and Ekko. The most used Roles for Mid Lane are Fighter and Tank. This Tier List for League of Legends is specifically for Mid Lane, for other positions such as Mid Lane Tier List and ADC Tier List click on them in the menu above. METAsrc LoL 11.6 NA 5v5 statistical Tier List, statistical analysis, best champions, god tier, win rate, ban rate, pick rate, KDA.

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Some champions in League of Legends are just flat-out stronger than others.

Mid lane is one of the game’s easiest roles to carry with, mostly because you have easy access to any other part of the map. Oh, and a lot of damage. Great mid laners are those that can effectively roam to other lanes while keeping good pressure on their own mid lane opponent. Champions that can do that well are indispensable.

This list of top-tier champions can be affected depending on a number of things. Sometimes the meta shifts for no apparent reason other than players’ tastes, but usually there’s some kind of balance change behind the whole thing. It can be difficult to keep up on the flavor-of-the-month champs, so let us do it for you.

Here are our top five mid laners for League’s Patch 11.9.

Talon

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Pros

  • Low counter play
  • Small mana costs
  • One of the best mobility spells in the game

Cons

  • Need to know when to roam to obtain maximum advantage
  • Weak against tanks

Talon is one of the best attack damage-oriented mid laners in the current meta. The meta favors early skirmishes and roams from mid to help the bot lane extend their lead, which leads to tower plates and drake control.

His E ability is potent for roaming and helps him travel huge distances in the blink of an eye. Coupled with his assassin kit, which focuses on snowballing early, Talon perfectly fits into the current meta.

Item build

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There are two viable routes for Talon right now. This is the most popular one that seems to be more successful. Precision primary grants you access to Conqueror, which is easy to stack as Talon. Once fully stacked, the damage increase coupled with the healing granted makes you a nightmare even for tanks later on in the game. Legend: Tenacity is taken alongside Last Stand to make you less vulnerable to crowd control and deal more damage if you get caught.

The Domination secondary grants you extra healing to help you out during the laning phase and increases your teamfight potential by being harder to kill.

Ability priority

Talon’s skill priority is R>Q>W>E. While W is your AoE ability and should help you farm during the laning phase against ranged champions, Q is your primary ability if you’re in melee range. In most games, you’re going to be against melee champions, so it’s advised you max it. After that, focus on the other damaging ability and level E last.

Game plan

Talon is an early to mid-game champion. He excels at pushing his lane with his low cooldown W. Once you acquire Prowler’s Claw, you can begin roaming to the top and bottom lanes for kills every time your ultimate is up. You aren’t a great laner and shouldn’t focus on laning. If you sit in a lane and farm evenly, you’ll most likely lose later on. Your goal should be to roam as much as possible and use your E to its maximum potential.

With your side laners having some advantage, you can focus on getting towers, drakes, and easier kills once some towers are down and enemies start to overextend. Keep up an aggressive playstyle around the map and don’t let your opponent’s carries pick up free farm.

In the later stages of the game when you group up with your team, look for creative flanks to ambush the opposing carries with your huge burst damage.

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.

With plenty of viable build paths, build accordingly to what you need. Don’t rush the same item every game and adjust to various game states. There are a couple of strong first rush items, such as Hextech Rocketbelt, Nashor’s Tooth, and Blade of the Ruined King. All are great in various compositions. Some are good for the additional mobility while others are good for sustained fights. Keep an eye on the enemy buildpath to know what to build and look for proactive plays throughout the entire game to increase your winning chances.

Galio

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Pros

  • Max percent health damage
  • Innate tankiness
  • Global ultimate

Cons

  • Melee mage
  • Predictable movements
  • High mana costs

Galio is back in the meta after the latest item rework. Even after countless nerfs, he keeps finding a way back into the meta. He dominates with his strong crowd-control and global ultimate which allows him to impact the entire map.

His kit is perfect against magic damage compositions or melee-oriented squads due to his ability to taunt entire teams or absorb magic damage with his passive from W. Even against a full team of physical damage-dealing champions, Galio can find a way to be powerful. His innate tankiness allows him to survive for long periods of time, giving his team enough time to take down opposing champions.

Item build

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Resolve is the most-picked tree on Galio because he needs the additional resists to be played effectively. Aftershock enables you to survive after your initial engage and be a beacon of crowd control for your team getting burst down in the first second of a teamfight. Shield Bash syncs well with your passive and W, allowing you to do huge amounts of damage in the short trades during the laning phase. Bone Plating makes you even more difficult to kill both in the laning phase and afterward. Overgrowth is a staple rune for most tanky champions, granting you free health as you farm.

Nimbus Cloak will make you faster in teamfights since flashing will grant you movement speed, which will allow you to catch unsuspecting enemies off guard and crowd control them. Transcendence is taken for the additional ability haste since Galio’s base cooldowns are quite high due to their power.

Ability priority

Galio’s skill priority is the following: R>Q>W>E. Q is your wave clear and poke spell, so it should always be maxed first. There’s some flexibility with the second basic ability max, but W is taken more often than E due to needing to taunt enemies rather than dashing away with E. If you find yourself in a game where you need mobility more, max E after Q instead.

Game plan

Farm and poke early on with your Q. Use the additional AoE damage from your passive to clear waves without wasting too much mana. Galio has high mana costs, unlike other mid lane mages, so you should be wary of every spell cast. It’s better to use spells to clear one wave instead of attempting to poke an enemy hiding behind the wave.

Once you reach level six, start pushing your wave and look for roam opportunities around the map. Your ult range is high and you should look for plays as often as possible when it’s up. The cast time is slow, but it can quickly turn the tides of battle in your favor.

As for items, build depending on what your team needs. Galio is flexible in this regard and has multiple viable build paths. You can build tanky to be a great frontline or if your team needs you to do damage, you can go for an AP-oriented build.

Anivia

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Pros

  • Strong single-target or area-of-effect damage
  • Great at zoning
  • Flexible build

Cons

  • Mana hungry
  • No dashes

Anivia’s small rework of her kit made her a much better pick in the middle lane. No longer as mana hungry as before, she still has some issues but feels much better to play. You can punish enemies more early on, giving you the ability to get kills pre-level six and snowball the game from there.

Mid to late game also became much better for Anivia mains, with her ultimate acting as a great zoning tool both offensively and defensively. If the game ever gets to a point where you need to turtle and farm up, Anivia is the best champion for that tactic.

Item build

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There are plenty of viable rune builds, but going for a burst-oriented page seems to be working the best right now. It allows you to pick up early kills and get your items sooner. Due to this, you want to get the Domination keystone Electrocute coupled with other runes such as Cheapshot and Eyeball Collection to aid your damage. To be more mobile, you want to pick up Relentless Hunter.

For the secondary page, you need runes to fix your mana issues, so going for either Precision or Sorcery seems to be the best. Precision will also help your kill attempts due to Coup de Grace, which increases your damage by eight percent to low-health targets.

Ability priority

Anivia’s skill priority is the following: R>E>Q>W. Maxing E first will help you land those early kills on the opposing laner or jungler. Afterwards, focus on maxing Q for the lower cooldown on your stun. While W is a great zoning ability overall, its impact compared to Q or E is much lower so it is maxed last.

Game plan

Anivia is a mid lane control mage but was shifted to have more burst in the latest patch. She can pick up early kills with ease and snowball the game if left uncontrolled. Due to the lack of a mobility spell, it might be difficult to survive early gank attempts, but your W will be your savior most of the time. A well-timed W can nullify the gank attempt and give you enough time to get to safety.

Tier

As the game progresses, aim to get your Mythic Liandry’s Anguish item, which will make you a huge threat due to the interaction with your ultimate. You can easily melt squishies and tanks alike thanks to the item, making you a great pick in most compositions.

Remember to farm up, look for roams, and avoid going through the fog of war in the later stages of the game since if you get picked off, your team can be run down by the opponents.

Rumble

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Pros

  • No mana
  • Flexible build path
  • Fun to play
  • Rewarding to master

Cons

  • Hard to play

Rumble is the latest mid lane innovation after he received some buffs in Patch 11.8. He became so dominant that Riot decided to revert some buffs in Patch 11.9, but it didn’t lower his power level that much. He feels good to play and is rewarding to master in the middle lane. His lane pressure combined with his ability to quickly move to top or bottom and throw his ultimate makes him a great teammate.

Item build

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The most popular and useful build for Rumble right now is Sorcery primary and Domination secondary. Arcane Comet is easy to proc with your Q or E, allowing for huge outputs of damage early on against your laner. On top of that, Scorch acts as some additional damage early, which can enable you to constantly shove the opposing mid laner into his tower. Nimbus Cloak acts as a safety net in case you get ganked. The movement speed granted after using a summoner spell will make him swift and hard to catch. Transcendence is a nice boost to your ability haste.

The secondary tree gives you access to Taste of Blood, which is crucial as a melee champion. The other useful rune is Ultimate Hunter to reduce your ultimate cooldown.

Ability priority

Rumble’s skill priority is the following: R>Q>E>W. Q is your main ability for farming and poking opponents early on. E is maxed second due it being the only other offensive basic spell outside of Q. W is for resilience and should be maxed last.

Game plan

Use your Q early on to poke and last-hit enemies. With Arcane Comet, you have two ways of activating it, either via Q or E. Try to make sure that it’s always on cooldown and keep blasting your opponent with them alongside Scorch early on to force them on the defensive.

Aim to farm early and get your core items of Night Harvester and Sorcerer’s Shoes. These two items will elevate your power level to new heights, allowing you to either crush your opposing laner or roam to other lanes. You can easily move to top and middle and throw your ultimate to assist your allies in achieving a takedown. Try to use it on cooldown to set up kills across the entire map, which will snowball you and your teammates.

In the later stages of the game, you should stick with your team or at least prepare for flanks around the opposing team for great ultimates to unleash devastating amounts of damage. Don’t try to walk to them head-to-head since they’ll most likely be prepared for your damage and your utility will be rendered useless.

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Much like in League of Legends, there are certain champions in Wild Rift that excel better than the others. Each champion has different abilities, allowing them to achieve their goals around the map.

Though the map and the champions look similar to League, Wild Rift is an entirely different game. Riot Games developed Wild Rift from the ground up to make it compatible with a wide range of mobile devices, and the team also made design decisions to make the game more mobile-friendly.

Alongside a smaller map, each champions’ abilities were slightly tweaked to increase their playability. This means that tier lists for League won’t hold up when it comes to Wild Rift. Considering each patch introduces new champions and balance changes, you should expect all listed champions to move up or down as time progresses.

Choosing a lane and champions to master will increase your odds of winning, allowing you to climb up the ranks faster. Pick a couple of champions from the top of the list and try optimizing your gameplay around their abilities. If it’s a champion you’ve never played before, watch a couple of guides on YouTube to kickstart your journey.

Here are the best champions in Wild Rift.

S-tier

Garen

Garen is one of the easiest champions to play in Wild Rift. He features a relatively straightforward ability kit. His tanky nature allows him to sustain in the Baron lane.

Garen combines his sustainability with an ability that can quickly clear minion waves. This allows him to push fastly when an opportunity presents itself. Pushing out the lane with your damage abilities before going back to base is usually a decent strategy to apply since you’ll reduce the number of minions you’ll miss while making your way back to the lane.

Alistar

The average game length in Wild Rift is shorter than League. There will be games that you’ll struggle to farm your items due to a snowballing enemy.

A tanky hero who isn’t item-dependent will make sure that you’ll be able to capitalize on your enemies’ mistakes, which can let you get back into the game.

Once paired with an aggressive ADC like Ezreal, Alistar turns into a lane bully. A misstep from your enemies can lead to their demise, and you can start out-leveling them as they walk back to the lane.

You can roam to the mid lane or help your jungler in nearby fights when you’re winning your lane. The best part of Alistar’s kit is his ultimate that allows him to tank even more damage. Just cast your ultimate and try to stun one or two champions. The chaos you’ll create will be enough for your damage-dealing teammates to shine.

League Of Legends Tier Champions

Darius

There are a couple of boxes that high-tier Baron lane champions have to check. The first one is self-sustainability, and the second is the overall teamfight impact.

You can increase your effectiveness in a teamfight by soaking as much as damage possible or using your available initiation abilities to start one in clutch ways.

Darius is one of the few that checks all of these boxes, and the Baron lane gladiator can turn into a nightmare to deal with for fragile enemy champions. Darius’ Decimate ability allows him to heal himself while doubling as a wave-pushing tool.

While Darius can look less agile than champions with movement abilities, he can catch them off guard with his Apprehend. This ability allows Darius to pull an enemy in front of him, and it can create game-winning situations once he combines it with his Flash.

Evelynn

Junglers can take over a game by merely out farming everyone on the map. Making sure that others don’t have the chance to challenge your farm depends on how much harder you can make their laning stage harder. Ganking is essential to achieve this, and the pressure you’ll create around the map will help you secure more objectives.

Evelynn is a master of ganking. Her self-healing allows her to rotate around with a higher health pool after clearing the jungle. Even if the enemy team wards around their lane, Evelynn can always find an angle with her camouflage.

You can continue to use your camouflage throughout the later stages of the game to single out ADC and support champions, which you can easily one-shot. Readcube pricing.

Ezreal

ADCs have a hard time staying alive. While they dish out high amounts of damage throughout the later stages of the game, they can also get one shot by enemy assassins.

Ezreal’s built-in mobility tool makes him quite harder to catch compared to other ADCs. His ultimate spell adds a slight global presence to his kit. If you can hit your ultimates while farming in the Dragon lane, you’ll out-scale the enemy ADC even faster.

Zed

Mid laners is where most mage and assassin champions clash. While the overall damage output of these champions play an important role on how viable they are, the ones with mobility tools tend to be one step ahead of the others.

Zed doubles his deadly kit with ankle-breaking mobility tools that allow him to get in and out of impossible situations.

A-tier

Lulu

Tanky supports allow more opportunities when it comes to making plays, but they aren’t the only type of support champions available in the game.

Lulu’s leading the pack when it comes to enchanting supports and her shielding abilities give enough time to ADC champions to deal their damage. You’ll need to watch out your positioning while playing Lulu since your enemies will most likely try to focus you down before they try to take down your ADC.

Lulu’s also quite good at chipping away at enemy champions’ health pools, allowing her jungler to swing by and secure easy kills.

Malphite

You may have a hard laning stage, but it may not hold you back from making an impact in teamfight if you’re playing the right champions.

Malphite has one of the best area-of-effect (AoE) stuns in the game, but you’ll need to be patient until level six to start using it. His tanky kit lets him survive even if he decides to jump into five enemy heroes stacked onto each other.

Remember that Malphite is a fire starter. This means that in most cases, you’ll need to be the one initiating teamfights. Make sure that your teammates are close by so they can easily follow your lead.

Lee Sin

Another jungler to keep an eye on Lee Sin. He’s one of the more versatile junglers in the game. Depending on your lineup, you can build Lee Sin both in a tanky or a damage-dealing way.

He doesn’t have any troubles while clearing the jungle and his mobility tools let him gank lanes from unforeseeable angles.

Orianna

If you’re looking to form a lineup with an excellent wombo-combo potential, then you’ll need to add Orianna into the mix.

Orianna’s aggressive laning style allows her to put pressure on the mid lane tower when her opponent decides to recall back to base. Considering most of Orianna’s counters in League haven’t made their debut in Wild Rift, she seems to have a free reign over the mid lane, unless the enemy jungler decides to focus on her.

Jhin

Jhin plays quite differently compared to other ADC champions. While you’ll be auto-attacking other champions like there’s no tomorrow with all ADCs, you’ll need to count your bullets with Jhin.

His bullet mechanic means that he can burst down opponents before they can understand what happened to them. His long-range ultimate allows him to make pseudo rotations around the map, allowing him to contribute to his team while sacrificing minimal farm.

B-tier

Though they may deal less damage or be more fragile, you can still outplay all of these champions from higher tiers. The champions weren’t able to make the cut because most of them have steep learning curves, though.

League Of Legends Tiers

If you’re committed to master them, each can prove themselves to be worthy threats in Summoner’s Rift.

League Of Legends Tiermaker

  • Blitzcrank
  • Corki
  • Draven
  • Fiora
  • Camille
  • Fizz
  • Kennen
  • Seraphine
  • Shyvana
  • Yasuo

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