We take a closer look at the meta in Call of the Mountain

Legends of Runeterra: September's Top Tier Decks

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Have you settled into the Legends of Runeterra expansion "Call of the Mountain"? Have you found your favorite deck yet? If not, we have some of the top tier decks for the new expansion ready for you!

In card games, a new expansion brings many new cards and therefore new possibilities for new decks that shift the meat. You're often inundated with information, new mechanics, and champions so losing track of what's going on can happen. That's why we've put together a list of the best meta-decks for Legends of Runeterra: Call of the Mountain. Let's see what Targon has changed - shall we?

1. Swain and Twisted Fate Mid Range

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Swain is the key to success against almost any deck. (Image credit: Riot Games)

This deck is still one of the best decks in the meta when it comes to keeping aggro decks under control. You have various counters and removals, and you can plunder the opponent's deck at will. Plus, you can keep up with or even counter some new decks in the meta. Use this deck code below to import the decklist!


Deck for Swain/TF-Mid Range


  • Swain
  • Twisted Fate


  • Dreadway Deckhand
  • House Spider
  • Arachnoid Sentry
  • Petty Officer
  • Zap Sprayfin
  • Riptide Rex
  • The Leviathan


  • Ravenous Flock
  • Make it Rain
  • Death's Hand
  • Noxian Forester
  • Noxian Guillotine
  • Salvage

2. Trundle Aurelion Sol Ramp-Up

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A new S-Tier deck in the sky and it consists almost exclusively of new cards! (Image credit: Riot Games)

At last, ramp decks have enough tools to allow for a competitive deck in this new meta. Are you in the mood for giant dragons and overwhelming your opponents with overpowering monsters? Then the Ramp Deck with Trundle and Aurelion Sol is right for you! During the "mulligan" phase, you should always look for ways to get a hand with mana.


Deck for Trundle/Aurelion Sol Ramp-Up


  • Aurelion Sol
  • Trundle


  • Spacey Sketcher
  • Wyrding Stones
  • Troll Ravager
  • Tarkaz the Tribeless
  • The Infinite Mindsplitter


  • Troll Chant
  • Avalanche
  • Catalyst of Aeons
  • Starshaping
  • Sunburst
  • Revitalizing Roar
  • Icequake

Some of the cards like Troll Chant and Revitalizing Roar or even Troll Ravager can be swapped out for other cards so you can adapt to the current meta and also develop your own playstyle with the deck.

3. Turbo Sejuani

Lo R Sejuani

So we have the feeling that we will see Sejuani in S-animal decks for a while. (Image credit: Riot Games)

With this deck, you want to make sure that Sejuani freezes the opponent's board after turn 6 for every single turn of the game. This is a great midrange deck with a combo-esque finish and it is not too difficult to play. You want to get your Sejuani up as fast as possible and you rarely have to make any difficult decisions.


Deck for Turbo Sejuani


  • Sejuani
  • Gangplank


  • Jagged Butcher
  • Prowling Cutthroat
  • Hired Gun
  • Monkey Idol
  • Petty officer
  • Babbling Bjerg
  • Yordle Grifter
  • Riptide Rex


  • Warning Shot
  • Parrrley
  • Make it Rain
  • Monkey Business

These three different S-Tier decks offer something for every playstyle. These decks are absolutely dominant in the current meta so be ready to play against them whatever deck you chose to play. Do you want more background knowledge or an analysis of the new champions, maps and mechanics? Then EarlyGame has just the right thing for you in our Legends of Runeterra section!

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