The series of new gameplay in version 12.13 really gives players an extremely interesting experience in the current meta.
Taric Top Lane
Having been tested by Faker in Korean rank, Taric Top is an option that can surprise most opponents. The ability to spam Heal from Q along with Damage from Passive really helps Taric to confront a lot of different champion types.
With single laning, Taric will have more gold and experience than usual and build a series of resistance and support equipment. Since then, this general has become an effective barrier for teammates in combat, while providing many significant buffs.
With the Acceleration spell, Taric can easily chase enemy champions during close attacks and deal continuous damage from basic attacks, so Immortal Power is the most suitable rune. Taric’s equipment set includes Frozen Heart, Moonstone Amulet, Ionian Enlightenment Boots, Eternal Ice Armor, Stone Armor Animal Statue, and Atonement Chain.
Not only returning regularly in the Top lane position, Mordekaiser also gradually appeared in the role of Jungle. With the ability to easily isolate targets thanks to his ultimate, Mordekaiser, Mordekaiser is a reasonable choice to counter many strong champions in the current meta.
This champion’s jungle clearing ability is not inferior to any leading champion, plus good resistance and recovery, Mordekaiser easily overcomes the early stages to reach level 6. Although a bit laggy in his ability to continue. but in return Mordekaiser has tools to apply pressure quite effectively.
Conqueror is the gem that optimizes this champion’s Damage and Heal. Meanwhile, the familiar equipment set for Duelist champions includes the Staff of the Evil God, the Cursed Helmet, the Rylai Crystal Staff, the Spiritual Armor and the Zhonya Hourglass.
Vi Tam Hop Sword
The Three Hop Sword is the Mythical item that provides the most damage to the STVL Gladiators at the moment, and Vi is no exception. Instead of using Vampire’s Mace as usual, this Jungler will have more explosive Damage with the Triumph Sword, suitable for solo queue matches.
This build gives Vi an early power threshold in the first ganks, thereby creating a strong snowball position. Next, new players will focus on items that increase survival later on such as Death Dance, Malmortius Thorns, Angel Armor, Raduin Ice Shield.
The Rain of Sword rune will make it easier for Vi to stack Damage in the early stages when quickly activating the Water Sword’s Passive to make the opponent unable to react.
Soraka Mid Lane
In the context of champions that are difficult to take down early, Soraka suddenly becomes a good choice in the mid lane position. With the ability to poke and heal himself very well from Q – Still Star, along with the amount of Movement Speed added, Soraka can clear minions and fly kites in the early stages very well.
In the middle and late game, this champion’s versatility in combat brings many benefits to teammates. The ability to continuously heal, especially when having a large amount of equipment in solo lane makes Soraka a very difficult champion to deal with. At the present time, the Grievous Wound effect is no longer as strong as before, so Soraka as well as Healing champions are gradually becoming the first choice.
Summoning Aery has always been a balancing rune for poke champions like Soraka while the Exhaustion spell will limit the damage stacking ability of some dangerous champions. In terms of equipment, the Moonstone Charm is an indispensable item, followed by the Atonement Chain, Potion Disposal, Zhonya Hourglass and Angel’s Scepter.
Tristana Mid Lane
With the emergence of many Mage champions and the fact that there are many non-ADC options in the bot lane, mid lane Tristana is gaining popularity again. With Ignite, Tristana has the ability to all in right from level 2, 3 and gives many advantages in the early stages.
Tristana’s ability to push turrets is also a tool to help this champion snowball strongly as soon as he takes the lead. Meanwhile, the ability to advance towards the end of the game of this Yordle girl is not bad at all.
Ready to Attack is a gem for Tristana to “dry up” in the early game. In particular, the equipment set for this general will include the Water Monster Hook, the Sword of Doom, the Dominik Crossbow, the Infinity Sword, and the Angel Armor.
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After being missing for a long time, Neeko is slowly making a comeback recently in her new role, ADC. In fact, Neeko gameplay with hit effects styled items used to be very popular before, and now many players have brought it back.
With the amount of Magic Damage per third hit from W – Distortion, Neeko will deal massive Mixed Damage when equipped with Attack Speed like normal ADCs. The Water Monster Hook, Guinsoo’s Rageblade, and Nameless Sword/Purple Blade are the items that are said to be the most effective.
In addition to the unique tools from the kit, Neeko’s Damage depends entirely on basic attacks. Therefore, the Deadly Tempo gem will help this champion to maximize the amount of Damage in combat.
Twisted Fate Support
When the supports roamed to the throne, Twisted Fate was suddenly called. Divine Card is a very refreshing choice in the Support position with the ability to “gank” extremely quickly when having the ultimate of Destiny at level 6.
With no need to farm like in Mid, TF’s leaving lane and disappearing after level 6 will really put pressure on the opponent. Mutant opponents will be the key point for TF Support to create an advantage for teammates.
For more effective ganking phase, Predator gem is the most reasonable choice. Meanwhile, equipping TF in the Support position is not much different with the combo of the Eternal Ice Staff and Lien Thanh Cannon.