Due to the nerf to Imperial Mandate has caused quite a few picks to fall off, but with the popularity of Moonstone Renewer others have become some of the best picks for the position. So, what changes await us in patch 11.2?
In this LoL tier list, we'll show you the best champions for each lane. We especially focus on win rate and the carry potential because you often have to carry your teammates in any given game. Today, we will take a look at the Support position.
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Which Support Picks Are Strong in LoL Patch 11.2?
5. Rell (Win Rate: 53.3%)
The newest support champion, Rell, is a tanky and slow-moving support, but once you’re able to get used to her unique playstyle and get a feel for her speed and how much damage she can tank and then she will be a key pick up for your team. She is able to pull enemies in with her ultimate as well as stun them with her other abilities. She is a fun and unique champion who can keep her ADC safe this patch!
4. Alistar (Win Rate: 50.3%)
Alistar is one of the oldest champions in the game and has risen up once more and has become one of the premier melee supports. He can help peel for his ADC and has multiple cc abilities which help keep his lane partner safe. He is also a strong late-game pick and can initiate fights. His ultimate has a built-in cleanse which is also key when using in a fight.
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3. Thresh (Win Rate: 50.5%)
Thresh is a great support who can help peel for his teammates. His lantern is an important part of his kit and is the ability that can pull his ADC back from danger with no questions asked. His hook can pull in unsuspecting opponents which makes him dangerous at all times in the game. It is important to note though that Thresh is rather weak against enchanters in the early game, so be careful when going up against them and don’t play too aggressively in those lanes.
2. Leona (Win Rate: 50.8%)
Leona has been the queen of support for a while, always making it into our lists in one of the top spots. This is easy to understand when looking at her kit. She is a tanky support who can take a few hits for her ADC and also has incredible initiation. Once she is level 2 the enemy team has to respect her.
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Her kit is filled with stuns and slows which just makes her a nuisance to play against for others. Especially her ultimate can stun and slow opponents which can be used to completely eliminate unsuspecting enemies when going into a teamfight. Overall, Leona is a great champion and one of the best supports this patch. Again.
1. Seraphine (Win Rate: 52.6%)
After a barrage of hate last fall, Seraphine has made her way to the top of the support list. After watching pro-players like Son "Lehends" Siwoo make insane plays on her it is clear to everyone that Seraphine is a support champion to be feared.
She has everything. Poke, shields, stuns and slows. Her passive is the reason why her attacks are so feared. Stacking it up and managing the perfect stun on the third use of her basic ability? Feels Great Man. Saving yourself and your ADC thanks to your stacked shield? Yes, please. Sure, she is squishy, but that doesn’t stop her from being one of the best supports in the current meta.
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