LEAGUE of Legends is one of the preeminent games in the MOBA genre, but picking the best champions isn’t easy.
Your champion in League of Legends determines almost everything about how you’ll play in a match.
It determines what lane you’ll be on, what abilities you’ll have, and what your strengths and weaknesses are in battle.
LoL currently has a mind-boggling 162 different champions, so sifting through and picking out the right ones for you isn’t easy.
We’ve put together a roundup of solid picks for beginners that will let you in on the most popular strategies.
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Maokai was on 16% of teams in 2022, making him one of the game’s most popular champions.
This top-lane champion is easy to get to grips with, making him a great choice for first-time players, and boasts a solid 54% win rate.
He has very high HP and defensive stats, making him the perfect tank to slow down opponents, and he can even dish out some healing too.
Another beginner-friendly champion that saw a 12% pick rate and 53% win rate in 2022.
Zac is extremely versatile and works in both the top lane and Jungle, with great tank abilities.
This slime monster’s size will change depending on his health and can split into chunks that can apply all sorts of useful effects on enemies.
Fiddlesticks is a champion you should look into trying once you’re a bit more familiar with the game.
They specialize in the Jungle, remaining a popular pick despite a number of nerfs over the years, hitting a 53% win rate.
They cast a number of debuffs, slowing enemies and obscuring their sight, which allows them to control the enemy’s path and lets other champions capitalize.
Tristana has been growing in popularity recently, as she’s seen some buffs in the latest patches that have made her very viable.
Beginner players will enjoy this bottom-lane champion, as she’s on sweeping duties, with powerful attacks that wipe the floor with enemies.
She’s designed to stay at range too, meaning new players won’t have to worry about getting caught in the heat of the action.
Once you’ve got a fair amount of time in the game and feel like you have a good understanding of the flow of a match, you should try Anivia out.
This mid-lane champion has seen a lot of changes recently, and she remains an excellent control option.
She’s able to self-revive after death, boosting her defense in the process, allowing her to engage enemies without fear, but still being able to cut and run when necessary.
Written by Georgina Young and Ryan Woodrow on behalf of GLHF.
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