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Best Supports in LoL
With Moonstone Renewer getting a nerf, both items to the fated Moonstaff composition have been hit. Did these changes to the support position have any effect on the champions though? We take a look at the best Support Champions in the current meta and who you should main to help protect your team.
In this LoL tier list, we'll show you the best champions for each lane. We especially focus on win rate and9 the carry potential because you often have to carry your teammates in any given game. Today, we will look at the Support position.
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5. Best Supports - Rell
Rell is one of the newest champions in the game and even though she is very slow and clunky, she is one of the best. The cc in her kit is reliable and she is able to stun and slow down opponents with ease. The finishing touch is her ultimate which can pull in multiple opponents, like a Skarner ult on steroids. This makes her a threat the moment she gets to level 6 and the opponents need to play with respect.
4. Best Supports - Lulu
Lulu has been a solid pick for a long time now. She is able to shield her allies and the cc through Whimsy is unrivalled. She can keep her ADC safe, give them attack speed, as well as a shield and her ultimate, gives her allies extra HP and strength. She is also a great pushing support thanks to her Q which can damage opponents as well when needed.
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3. Best Supports - Leona
Leona, similar to Rell is full of cc abilities that slow down her opponents and demand respect even only at level 2. She is able to intimidate her opponents with ease. She can slow and stun them with her W - E combo. She is also quite tanky, especially early on which means she can stand some damage and peel for her ADC if they ever overstepped into enemy territory.
2. Best Supports - Thresh
Level up Flay first so he can harass opponents as well as keep his ADC safe from any early ganks. He is able to stop any attacks against other melee champions which means it is especially useful against other supports like Leona or Alistar. It will stop them from moving forward.
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Thresh is one of the most versatile champions thanks to his kit. He is able to make plays with his chains which can pull opponents in, while also building tank items to be a strong frontline needed in any team fight. His ultimate will also slow opponents which will make it easy for your ADC to take them down.
1. Best Supports - Seraphine
Seraphine is once again our best Support champion of the patch. Sure, Moonstone Renewer has been cut and so has Staff of Flowing Water, but Seraphine is able to gain her power elsewhere now thanks to the buff to Cosmic Drive, which lets her play a bit more aggressively thanks to the added Ability Haste.
She is able to use her abilities more frequently, which means she can stun and slow her opponents more often. She, like Lulu, can also help poke her opponents out of lane thanks to her Q, which will tilt the opponents and cause them to make mistakes. In the case of a gank, she is also able to shield her allies which makes her a great all-round Support champion.
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