The new season of League of Legends is about to start with a series of different new changes, so there will be many ‘up and down’ champions, a lot of champions are lagging behind.
Azure – 45.3%
Although quite popular in both solo queue and professional competition, however Azure not an easy-to-play champion that is extremely difficult to control, which leads to his extremely low win rate. Currently, the win rate of Azure It falls at about 45.3%, the third lowest in League of Legends.
‘s skill Azure always requires players to have a little ability and knowledge in the game is almost perfect. Properly controlling and navigating his army of puppets is a completely complex, high-risk playstyle, but if used correctly, this champion ‘turns chaos’ is extremely simple. simple.
Rye – 46.13%
Rice never been the easiest champion to play in League of Legends. Mastering him always takes a lot of time, this card’s win rate in the game shows it. Although the ‘winrate’ bottomed out, but Rice still deserves to be one of the most powerful mid lane champions if used properly, however, recently, the win rate of Rice seems to drop drastically after each update. The champion currently has a 46.13% win rate in 12.23b (according to OP.GG).
In version 12.19, Rice was fortunate to receive some buffs, however this also did not make him more effective in the high ranks. With many other mobile mages with strong skill sets to easily overcome their enemies in mid, it’s hard for a ‘chief’ champion like Rice take the lead and have a place in the hearts of the players.
Lee Sin – 46.14 %
Lee Sin Although he is an easy champion to play but extremely difficult to master, always requires players to have good skills and sharp thinking, quick reflexes because his skill sets and combos are extremely magical. Because of demanding too much that not every player can satisfy has resulted in his win rate always decreasing over time. Present Lee Sin has a win rate of 46.14%, an extremely low number for a national champion like this.
Developers have been and will most likely continue to have difficulty balancing Lee Sin. In spite of Blind monk not the easiest champion to learn and master, but many pro players have made legends and achieved ultimate perfection with this champion. That’s why the higher the rank, Lee Sin better win rate.
Nidalee – 46.19%
Nidalee also has the same gameplay as Lee Sin. While she’s tough for newbies, she can be a powerful champion in the hands of an experienced player. However, so far, Nidalee still has a disappointing win rate of 46.19% in 12.23b of League of Legends
With some extremely powerful and annoying poke mechanics, and overall teamfight tools, Nidalee still pose big threats in the early and mid game. On the other hand, however, she tends to fall behind in important aspects for a jungler, like teamfights and ganking, which are extremely important in the meta. That’s why, like with Lee Sin, the development team will probably have a lot of headaches to find a perfect balance for Nidalee.
Aphelios – 46.2%
Aphelios Still one of the most annoying ADCs to face. However, Riot has targeted a nerf to him in a few patches this season and last season. And his win rate continues to be one of the lowest in the game. In 12.23b, he had a win rate of only 46.2%.
In the current meta, Aphelios can still effectively snowball the match and become a force to be reckoned with. But that has never been easy for players who do not have high skills and do not have much experience with this champion, so the win rate of Aphelios voltage stability has never been improved.
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