League of Legends Tier List: Solo & Flex Queue

League of Legends Tier List

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Welcome to the NoHumanVerification’s Predictive Tier List for League of Legends 2017-18!

The following list was crafted and curated after a detailed research and hours of gaming analysis in collaboration with our friend, Harvey “notrookie” Benson, and some of our LOL lovers/developers in the team.

Unlike most tier lists, we’re going publish ours based on all the predictions from the top gamers and players in the League of Legends Community.

Once the patch goes live, you can invest all our work into your gameplay, so you take over the leaderboards faster.

Introducing the most genuine and working LoL Tier List for Solo Queue & Flex Queue for all the players.

This Champion Tier List provides League of Legends gamers with Challenger Elo insight, and here are the Best LoL champions that you should be playing in the current League of Legends Meta.

You can also view our other Role League Tier Lists finished with all the Item Builds, Masteries, Rune Pages & Skill Orders for the Best League of Legends Champions.

Our first Ranked Flex Queue/Solo Queue Tier List combines the best champion ban choices you should make after every patch.

The LoL Tier List: PATCH 8.15 {Latest}

We are strict and always informed about any recent change in the game strategies. That’s why you’d find our LoL list up-to-date regarding every LoL Patch, guides & the best champions that you can pick and the bans.

In fact, we sum everything that you need to Rank Up in the Solo Queue & Ranked Flex Queue for Season Rewards and Points. Moreover, you get lots of bonus LoL tier lists for each lane and role, and the Champions that we classify in the tiers are purely done as per the Master/Challenger mechanics by collaborating with the people we are currently working with.

This indeed is the most detailed and well researched Ranked Flex Queue & Solo Queue Tier List for League of Legends that you could find on the Internet right now. Be sure to check out all of the Patch Changes Log, coupled with Champion Tier List about new LoL Items added in the patch. Stay ahead of all the other players using our LoL Tier List after the release of Patch Notes.

Format for the League of Legends Tier List

Our LoL tier list is ranked by everything that our collaborators and experts believe are the best champions presently to top up the Solo Queue in Patch 7.22.

Moreover, we have subdivided the list and further graded it as Lords (S-tier), Great (A-tier), or Good (B-tier) by the overall winning and climbing potential.

Some other additions to the difficulty of utilizing their move sets to their highest level are also used to categorize all the Champions in the Tier List.

If you’re a fantastic player who’s willing to win with an optimal champion with the intense difficulty level, then this tier list would help you to make significant changes. If you’re a slightly average player who wants to jump but has little or no time to learn the complexities of an intricate champion, you then choose from the Great or Good Champions with Simple Difficulty.

To categorize all the champions, we’ve considered factors like as powers and nerfs, overall meta shifts, and all the item changes. Also, we’ve looked at champion win rates from Lolalytics and shared our own in-game experiences.

A Quick Note:

If we have not featured a champion on our Tier List, it doesn’t certainly mean that you can’t escalate with them. You’ll just need to put in more efforts to get comparable results as an Optimal, Great, and Good.

Remember that our League of Legends Tier list is entirely built on the based on the previous observations and some mentioned things can go wrong as their no official participation of Riot Games.

God Tier List

Champions with Highest Influence, Ferocious In almost every situation are the best you could gain LP with.

Top Lane – Teemo, Maokai, Shen

Jungle – Xin Zhao, Cho’Gath, Jarvan IV

Mid Lane – Katarina, Malzahar, Anivia

Marksman – Ezreal, Twitch, Miss Fortune

Support – Sona, Leona, Lulu

Tier 1

The Tier 1 houses all the strong and preferred choices that are faster to learn and ultimately win within the League of Legends.

They all work well in Solo Queue.

JungleMaokai, Nidalee, Sejuani, Udyr, Rammus,Jax, Ezreal, Kha'Zix, Warwick, Elise, Rek'Sai, Nocturne, Vi, Shyvana, Kindred.
SupportSoraka, Blitzcrank, Janna, Taric, Nami, Zyra, Alistar, Zilean.
TopJarvan IV, Jayce, Gangplank, Wukong, Pantheon, Urgot, Cho'gath, Malphite, Singed, Vladimir, Kayle, Talon, Jax, Kennen, Quinn, Akali, Swain, Ornn, Sion.
MarksmanJinx, Kog'Maw, Xayah, Draven, Kalista, Varus, Sivir, Vayne, Tristana.
Mid-LaneMorgana, Twisted Fate, Veigar, Zed, Vladimir, Annie, Ekko, Fizz, Ahri, Kassadin, Xerath, Jayce, Ziggs,Talon, Vel'Koz, Zilean, Orianna, Aurelion Sol.

Tier 2

Most Viable and balanced choices that’ll give you the best of both worlds.

Mostly prevalent in the Single Queue and require practice to get good.

Mid-LaneAzir, Syndra, Kennen, Taliyah, Yasuo, Karthus, Leblanc, Lux, Kayle, Corki, Gangplank, Swain, Brand, Karma, Viktor, Cassiopeia, Diana, Lissandra, Lucian, Akali, Gragas, Galio, Ezreal (AD), Heimerdinger.
MarksmanCaitlyn, Ziggs, Ashe, Jhin, Lucian.
JungleDr. Mundo, Kayn, Gragas, Nunu, Evelynn, Shaco, Lee Sin, Master Yi, Zac, Amumu, Skarner, Graves, Hecarim, Rengar, Rumble, Volibear, Twitch, Quinn, Wukong, Olaf, Poppy, Trundle, Pantheon, Aatrox, Sion, Fizz, Nautilus, Ekko.
SupportRakan, Thresh, Karma, Braum, Sion, Tahm Kench, Teemo, Vel'Koz, Brand, Morgana, Bard, Nautilus, Maokai.
TopYasuo, Riven, Renekton, Irelia, Kled, Fiora, Tryndamere, Garen, Nasus, Rumble, Kayn, Graves, Karma, Olaf, Diana, Trundle, Galio, Yorick, Camille, Gragas, Nautilus, Darius, Illaoi, Poppy, Mordekaiser, Fizz, Ekko, Gnar, Rammus, Rengar, Tahm Kench, Warwick, Lissandra, Cassiopeia, Kassadin, Aatrox.

Tier 3

And then there’s the Tier 1 requires higher skill trainers and knowledge. Counterpicks though.

JungleGalio, Kayle, Ivern, Malphite, Diana, Camille, Riven, Talon, Tryndamere, Kled, Irelia, Fiddlesticks, Tahm Kench, Mordekaiser, Kog'Maw.
Mid-LaneRyze, Pantheon, Cho'Gath, Quinn, Wukong, Nasus, Lulu, Mordekaiser, Zyra, Sona, Kog'Maw (AP), Varus, Urgot, Jhin, Riven, Teemo, Ezreal (AP), Jarvan IV, Fiddlesticks, Malphite.
SupportGalio, Cho'Gath, Malzahar, Camille, Fiddlesticks, Lux, Trundle, Annie, Volibear, Poppy, Malphite, Shen, Xerath, Veigar, Gragas, Nunu, Shaco, Kayle, Kennen, Taliyah, Syndra.
TopShaco, Sejuani, Dr. Mundo, Zed,Ryze, Vayne, Lulu,Volibear, Nunu, Xin Zhao, Malzahar, Nidalee, Heimerdinger, Rek'Sai, Karthus, Vi, Lee Sin, Kha'Zix, Shyvana.
MarksmanGraves, Kennen, Corki, Quinn, Urgot.

Tier 4

Last but not the least, we have the Tier 4 list for our Champions. These are mostly the ones you need to train and work upon to climb the leaderboards gradually.

Nevertheless, if you’re not going to wait for that much, you can go with the other tier lists mentioned.

Mid-LaneNidalee, Kha'Zix, Master Yi.
JungleGangplank, Fiora, Karthus, Shen, Malzahar, Aurelion Sol, Garen, Darius, Zed, Alistar, Yorick.
TopBlitzcrank, Taliyah, Alistar, Udyr, Leblanc, Braum.
SupportMiss Fortune, Pantheon, Lee Sin, Ashe, Anivia, Gangplank, Orianna, Yorick, Lissandra, Leblanc.
MarksmanTwisted Fate, Mordekaiser.

Instructions and Hints

All the champions mentioned in the following tier list are in random order, and you wouldn’t need to work on the optimal one only because they’re discussed first.

Champions underlined in the article may be over/undervalued, but if you think that they could work right for you, then you should hesitate to play with it. Also, our experts haven’t spent enough time on the gaming to make a better judgment.

Within each level (tier), the champions are most effective from left to right, but inside a tier, each champion’s strength is relatively similar or almost equal. This is particularly true for Tiers 2 and 3 where the champions are usually extraordinarily playable and pro dependent on how active they are in the game.

Winning Rates are essential in interpreting each champion’s strength. However, they are not the end-all criteria for any champion’s position or ranking in the tier list.

Professional picks would not necessarily translate into good picks for all the solo queue ladder, and the two have somewhat altered meta-games and skill levels.

The creator of the list is all of our geeky developers and experts at NoHumanVerification, so there might be some personal bias towards larger tier play on certain champions.

Explanations for all the Champions

Please check explanations for all the champions in this tier list.

Darius (Tier 2 Leader)

Darius is one of those champions that are in the midst of a crossroad right. He’s got some super high play rate, and people enjoy its style.

However, former Darius players are used to being a little crazy lane bully and are currently heaping the damage runes on the old chap.

Meanwhile, the most successful setup of Darius is via the resolved tree, making him into a more dominant frontline like every good melee champion was ever born to be.

We tend to believe that as players move away from the old mindset into the new, we’ll find him actually to be evaluated in his current state.

Ezreal (The God Tier Marksman)

Kleptomancy Ezreal is extremely powerful right now, and you should probably be playing or halting him in every game.

His poking skills damage is crazy high, and every time you dock a Queue, you could generate bonus gold and potentially a consumable in LoL.

He’s still most popular as a marksman but is quickly gaining popularity in pretty much every role you consider him to put in his state. We’ll talk about Ezreal more in the article.

Gangplank (Tier 4 Support)

Most of you might be considering working Gangplank as a support after accompanying Kleptomancy, but we’d advise against it.

He’s still a relatively tight range fighter, and the end of more poke champions and plentiful free show runes in the game means that he’ll have difficulty managing the bush or proccing the barrels unless you’re just that good playing with Gangplank.

Summoning Aery champions will also tear him to shreds.

Katarina (The Mid Queen of the God Tier List)

The new runes on Katarina are bonkers, and it allows her to get the first kill via stored damage, accompanied by a snowball from there.

All in all, it seems like everything would synergize perfectly with her kit.

Morgana (The Tier 1 List Mid)

Morgana’s always held a bit of lackluster mid laner due to all of her flashy skills, and she’s always been one of the safer ones when choosing an elite champion.

The new runes that allow her to sustain her mana indefinitely through Manaflow Band and Arcane Comet is necessarily a free damage boost if she hits her binding.

Leona (The God Tier Support)

The addition of the Second Wind allows Leona to ultimately compete on even footing with all the irritating heal-based supports.

When you combine such traits with the new burst damage abilities on marksmen, you’ll find that bot lane would become much less of a sustain fest.

Miss Fortune (The God Tier’s Marksman)

When you’ll combine the Sorcery/Precision runes into her already oppressive lethality build, the sense of one-shotting an enemy champion does not seem so far away from any longer.

Rammus (The ruler Tier 1 Jungle)

Being a champion that just gains a ton of free stats via the Defensive Curl (W), and Overgrowth on Rammus provides him considerably more in the way of useful health than it does most other champions.

Shen (The God Tier Topper)

Similar to Rammus, Shen also gains a ton of capabilities from the new Overgrowth rune since nearly all his skills scale off health.

Sona (The God Tier Support)

Sona has been hot fixed mid-patch since her release lately.

However, her win rate still maintains a relatively high status despite this. The damage and shield power through Summoner Aery is incredibly overwhelmed, and she’ll just maintain a high state unless she gets the power into the ground.

Teemo (From the God Tier List)

Teemo holds a newfound success which is also attributed to Summon Aery.

You can proc twice off a singly poisoned auto attack as long as Teemo sustains his range.

Combining this with runes such as Scorch for bonuses would harass damage and Ravenous Hunter & Taste of Blood for lane sustain, and it would be impossible to trade with him.

If you’re a melee champion, then you sway as well request a lane swap.

Teemo (The Exclusive Tier 2 Support)

As previously mentioned, Teemo sounds like he could be decent support based on his crazy top lane dominance But he suffers a lot from the reality that he now has to deal with two ranged champions instead of one melee champion.

At critical times, he’ll need to deal with something like Miss Fortune and Sona, which can easily one-shot him if he gets too imminent.

Final Words

So, this was all about the exclusive League of Legends Tier list that you guys were desperately requesting after the recent patch note release of 7.2. The LoL tier list is completely curated after several weeks of immersive gaming and testing by our experts.

You can share your views regarding the champions and what specific rules and skills you may team up the climb the leaderboards on the top. We’ll be glad to read your thoughts in the comments below. Cheers!

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