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Wild Rift: The Best Champions
The time has come for Wild Rift to be released in Europe. The game was made available late last night and, finally, Europeans get to enjoy the mobile version of League of Legends on their phones.
Even though this game is a mobile version of LoL, it has its own meta and own strong champions. So to help you get started we’ve made a list of some of the strong champions which will help you carry in Wild Rift.
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Ahri is one of the champions you can unlock and get for free in the game just by playing the tutorial. She is also one of the best midlaners in Wild Rift. Just build magic penetration on her and watch as she shreds through opponents. Her mechanics are easy to use on the phone as well, which makes her extremely fun. She is also safe with her ultimate dash, just in case she ever moves up a little too far forward. She’s free-to-play and very strong so go check her out!
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In the dragon lane, we’ve got Jhin as one of the strongest ADCs. The auto-lock function works well with his basic attacks and once you’ve got your first item, he can just push lane harder than any of the other ADCs. He is a solid pick and won’t let players down. Pair him with a peeling support like Janna and you’re basically ready to win any lane and destroy any late game. Build Infinity Edge first to get the crit power spike and watch as you single-handedly win the lane.
Braum is an amazing support. He can help carry the game better than just about anyone. He is a strong early game support who is able to shield ADCs in 2-vs-2 laning phase situations, giving them the freedom to farm. He might not be an engage heavy support like Alistar or Blitzcrank, but he is a tanky and safe pick who is also quite fun to play.
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Lee Sin is the best jungler in Wild Rift. No other jungler has more impact in the early game than the blind monk. He is able to clear camps quickly and assist on any ganks. He is a valuable and important first pick to try to get when playing Wild Rift, especially with Shyvanna being nerfed a bit in patch 1.1.
For the Baron lane we’ve got Nasus. He is a very easy champion to play and much more viable in Wild Rift than in League of Legends. The boot dash really helps him out and makes him just that much more of a threat. He is the tank champion who will deal the most damage – stay in lane, farm up and then watch as you become an unkillable god.
These are some champions we totally suggest playing. What do you think of Wild Rift so far? Let us know on Twitter and Facebook. For more information regarding League of Legends and the World Championship Winners Damwon Gaming, as well as their potential skins, keep reading on EarlyGame.