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By the Numbers – Current Best LoR Decks

Yes, the article's picture is accurate, and not just decorative: Ashe LeBlanc is one of Runeterra's best decks right now!

Note: This is an older article.
For the most recent data, check the latest LoR Best Decks article, or our Meta Tier List!


Best LoR Decks for Standard – Winter is Coming

Sometimes a meme is worth a thousand words.

Yes: These are the 7 most popular LoR decks according to Legna the Mastering Runeterra Meta Tier List:

LoR Best Decks: Legends of Runeterra Meta Tier List, sorted by play rate

… and, yes: from among them, with a 56%+ win rate, Ashe LeBlanc is also the second strongest.

Sources: MaRu's data (which samples Plat+ players) and Legna's data (which samples High Diamond & Masters players) – both sources in turn get their data directly from Riot (via Riot's API).


Samira Fizz, which last Friday looked like it was about to become the new Ziggs Acolyte, finally found Demacia decks too tough to chew.

That didn't deter the Desert Rose that much, though, and quickly found in Leona an eager partner to climb at the top of the win rate charts, as we'll see in detail below.

And, in the meantime, Ashe LeBlanc thrives as the "counter-counter-deck": while not amazing (just 50/50) against Samira Fizz or Karma Sett, it brutally murders the big-butted Demacian decks that rose to beat Sammy and her fishing crew.


LoR Meta FAQs

Where does this data come from?

Directly from Riot (via Riot's API) – Liver, our wonderful coder and unsung MaRu 🐐 (also in charge of designing the website) makes the data automagically appear in our meta tier list and meta stats page, and all-around LoR 🐐 Legna shares his data (from the same source, although following a different set of players) with us too.

Which is the best LoR deck?

Short answer: Depends on how you define "best", of course! =)

Much longer answer: Check the Technical Note at the end of this article, above all about the differences between "archetypes" and "decks" in Legends of Runeterra's data.

Practical answer: As of today, Ashe LeBlanc and Samira Leona, hands down. If you dig into matchups, Leona Samira may end up being the clear best LoR deck, but it will depend on how the Runeterra meta settles down.

Which is the highest win rate deck in LoR?

Among all decks showcased today: Leona Samira

Among decks with more than 2,100 games played in the last three days: Yet again, Leona Samira – it's, as of today, and with the meta still up in the air, the best tool for the climbing job.

How do I beat…

How do I beat Leona Samira? Ashe LeBlanc – while only 50/50 against Samira Fizz, Ashe LeBlanc can reliably beat the scarier, Samier Leona version.

How do I beat Ashe Leblanc? If that's your only goal, probably Annie Caitlyn – but it's not looking like a good deck (despite its great performance last week). Overall, either Malphite Taliyah or Caitlyn Jayce: two strong decks that have decent odds into Ashe LeBlanc.

How do I beat Karma Sett or Samira Fizz, since they are still the most popular archetypes? Gwen Quinn, or Garen Jarvan (aka Elites): great decks overall, and with the upper hand against KS or SF. Both weak to Ashe LeBlanc, though.


Juggernauts – Best Legends of Runeterra Decks

Here we showcase LoR decks with more than 300 games in the last three days, and good-to-great win rate – the best tried-and-true tools the LoR meta has to offer!


Ashe LeBlanc

Yyyep! It's not only one of the most popular, punchiest archetypes – the best Ashe LeBlanc deck, smacking foes with a 57%+ WR, is also the most played deck in Runeterra in the last three days, with 11,500 games in MaRu's dataset.

Regions
Noxus
17 cards
Freljord
23 cards
Rarities
31 100
champion
6
epic
7
rare
10
common
17
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
9
1
6
2
6
3
9
4
4
5
1
6
5
7+
Champions
6
3
LeBlanc
3
LeBlanc
4
Ashe
3
Ashe
Followers
19
1
Omen Hawk
3
Omen Hawk
2
Icevale Archer
2
Icevale Archer
2
Trifarian Gloryseeker
3
Trifarian Gloryseeker
3
Avarosan Trapper
2
Avarosan Trapper
4
Trifarian Assessor
3
Trifarian Assessor
5
Avarosan Hearthguard
3
Avarosan Hearthguard
6
Revna, the Lorekeeper
1
Revna, the Lorekeeper
8
Incisive Tactician
2
Incisive Tactician
Spells
15
1
Brittle Steel
3
Brittle Steel
1
Elixir of Iron
3
Elixir of Iron
2
Here to Help
1
Here to Help
3
Flash Freeze
1
Flash Freeze
4
Bloody Business
3
Bloody Business
5
Harsh Winds
1
Harsh Winds
7
Reckoning
3
Reckoning

As noted last Tuesday, Ashe LeBlanc doesn't have particularly good odds against the new popular kids: matchups against both Samira Fizz and Karma Sett are pretty much a 50/50 coinflip. The Reputation duo is slightly the underdog against strong rotation survivors, like Lurkers or Deep. And it even loses to popular but weak brews, like Jack Seraphine.

But!

Ashe LeBlanc is excellent at hunting down the big-butted tide that surged as an answer to Sammy Fish, with superb odds against Elites, Aatrox Kayn, Aatrox Quinn Vayne, and Gwen Quinn.

And!

Ashe LeBlanc is also quite good against the new powerhouse, Leona Samira, while having good odds into other strong decks like Ekko Jinx.

Will Ashe and LeBlanc's good fortune hold? Too early to tell, but thus far there has never been a better time to pilot these two!


Fizz Samira

The second most-played deck in LoR, just 500 games (in a 11,000+ game sample) behind Ashe LeBlanc, Fizz Samira is still a force to be reckoned with. This is the most popular build:

Regions
Bilgewater
27 cards
Noxus
13 cards
Rarities
34 900
champion
6
epic
9
rare
18
common
7
eternal
Mana cost
3
0
10
1
12
2
3
3
6
4
3
5
0
6
3
7+
Champions
6
1
Fizz
3
Fizz
2
Samira
3
Samira
Followers
13
1
Elegant Edge
1
Elegant Edge
2
Father Fury
3
Father Fury
4
Inferna
3
Inferna
5
Fleet Admiral Shelly
3
Fleet Admiral Shelly
8
Wiggly Burblefish
3
Wiggly Burblefish
Spells
21
0
Warning Shot
3
Warning Shot
1
All Out
3
All Out
1
Stylish Shot
3
Stylish Shot
2
Heavy Metal
3
Heavy Metal
2
Swindle
3
Swindle
3
Pirouette
3
Pirouette
4
Barbed Chain
3
Barbed Chain

… which punches at a modest 51%, farming weaker brews left and right yet crumbling against anything from Demacia, and also losing to the Samira Leona variant – what in these articles we tend to label as a "bully", in the sense of beating the weak, while losing against the strong.

But!

The jury is still out about whether or not the fishy tide is gone for good, because the second most popular version, with just a couple of tweaks after having taken a page from Sammy Leo's penchant for early aggression:

Regions
Bilgewater
24 cards
Noxus
16 cards
Rarities
35 900
champion
6
epic
11
rare
12
common
11
eternal
Mana cost
3
0
12
1
9
2
2
3
6
4
2
5
0
6
6
7+
Champions
6
1
Fizz
3
Fizz
2
Samira
3
Samira
Followers
14
1
Elegant Edge
3
Elegant Edge
2
Father Fury
3
Father Fury
4
Dashing Dandy
2
Dashing Dandy
4
Inferna
1
Inferna
5
Fleet Admiral Shelly
2
Fleet Admiral Shelly
8
Wiggly Burblefish
3
Wiggly Burblefish
Spells
20
0
Warning Shot
3
Warning Shot
1
All Out
3
All Out
1
Stylish Shot
3
Stylish Shot
2
Swindle
3
Swindle
3
Pirouette
2
Pirouette
4
Barbed Chain
3
Barbed Chain
7
Powder Pandemonium
3
Powder Pandemonium

… is punching above 58% in a much smaller, yet still quite big 2000-game sample.


Gwen Quinn

Our opulent ladies have deflated a bit… which, for a deck that was at 57% two days ago, means it's still a scary powerhouse, close to 55% now with nearly 10K games in the last three days.

Regions
Demacia
14 cards
Shadow Isles
26 cards
Rarities
31 400
champion
6
epic
6
rare
17
common
11
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
5
1
14
2
9
3
6
4
3
5
3
6
0
7+
Champions
6
4
Gwen
3
Gwen
5
Quinn
3
Quinn
Landmarks
3
3
Opulent Foyer
3
Opulent Foyer
Followers
14
1
Boisterous Host
3
Boisterous Host
2
Phantom Butler
3
Phantom Butler
2
Redeemed Prodigy
3
Redeemed Prodigy
3
Greenfang Warden
2
Greenfang Warden
6
Eternal Dancers
3
Eternal Dancers
Spells
17
1
Quietus
2
Quietus
2
Blinding Assault
3
Blinding Assault
2
Glimpse Beyond
2
Glimpse Beyond
2
Hate Spike
3
Hate Spike
3
Cataclysm
3
Cataclysm
3
Mist's Call
1
Mist's Call
4
Relentless Pursuit
3
Relentless Pursuit

Gwinn's fortunes have been marred by the twin assault of Ashe LeBlanc and Samira Leona, which are pretty awful matchups – it is still and excellent deck to punish Karma Sett and Samira Fizz (along with Deep, Lurkers, and Aatrox Kayn), so very much worth picking up if you enjoy the playstyle; here's Yangzera's deck guide for it, if you want to read more.

And it may be about to mutate into a better build: Gwen Vayne Quinn, bringing The HarrowingThe Harrowing to the fight, shows a lot of promise.


Leona Samira

And here you have it: the newest LoR ladder menace!

Regions
Noxus
16 cards
Mount Targon
24 cards
Rarities
29 200
champion
6
epic
6
rare
6
common
22
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
10
1
15
2
9
3
0
4
6
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
2
Samira
3
Samira
5
Leona
3
Leona
Followers
25
1
Crimson Pigeon
3
Crimson Pigeon
1
Legion Saboteur
3
Legion Saboteur
1
Precious Pet
1
Precious Pet
1
Solari Soldier
3
Solari Soldier
2
Solari Shieldbearer
3
Solari Shieldbearer
2
Solari Sunhawk
3
Solari Sunhawk
2
Twilit Protector
3
Twilit Protector
3
Sun Guardian
3
Sun Guardian
5
Rahvun, Daylight's Spear
3
Rahvun, Daylight's Spear
Spells
9
2
Pale Cascade
3
Pale Cascade
3
Might
3
Might
3
Noxian Fervor
3
Noxian Fervor

Updating the Sunburn shell to modern post-rotation times, Samira shows she has much to add to aggressive strategies. With 7,000+ games played, Leona Samira is currently the highest-win-rate deck in LoR (when looking at decks with at least 500 games played) and, unlike Samira Fizz (which by last Friday already showed several strong counters), Leo Sam matchup spread looks very, very good: save Ashe LeBlanc, which is a bit of a problem, most disadvantageous confrontations are in the 45/55 range – while good matchups (like Karma Sett, Samira Fizz, Gwinn, or Aatrox Kayn) are usually won by larger margins, and the Lurkers matchups is truly a bloodbath.

Too early to tell yet, but Samira Leona does look like it may end up being one of the best LoR decks during this patch cycle.


Ekko Jinx

The Zaunite pair has lost a bit of steam, yet remain an excellent 53% deck:

Regions
Shurima
21 cards
Piltover & Zaun
19 cards
Rarities
29 200
champion
6
epic
6
rare
6
common
22
eternal
Mana cost
3
0
14
1
9
2
2
3
12
4
0
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
4
Ekko
3
Ekko
4
Jinx
3
Jinx
Landmarks
3
1
Ancient Preparations
3
Ancient Preparations
Followers
16
1
Dropboarder
3
Dropboarder
1
Forge Chief
2
Forge Chief
1
Forsaken Baccai
3
Forsaken Baccai
2
Aspiring Chronomancer
3
Aspiring Chronomancer
4
Augmented Clockling
2
Augmented Clockling
4
Voice of the Risen
3
Voice of the Risen
Spells
15
0
Feral Prescience
3
Feral Prescience
1
Scrying Sands
3
Scrying Sands
2
Mystic Shot
3
Mystic Shot
2
Time Trick
3
Time Trick
3
Quicksand
2
Quicksand
4
Rite of Negation
1
Rite of Negation

… and overall is posed as a very "fair" brew: in most games both sides have a good shot at winning, it has no hugely awful matchups, and only one foe that can be said to be a walk in the park for Ekko Jinx: Elites.


Pyke Rek'Sai, aka Lurkers

The most stable deck in Runeterra – in more ways than one – Lurkers' stats appear as constant as their nearly-immutable build:

Regions
Bilgewater
16 cards
Shurima
24 cards
Rarities
26 400
champion
6
epic
4
rare
3
common
27
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
9
1
12
2
6
3
1
4
9
5
3
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Rek'Sai
3
Rek'Sai
5
Pyke
3
Pyke
Followers
25
1
Forsaken Baccai
2
Forsaken Baccai
1
Sharkling
3
Sharkling
1
Xer'sai Hatchling
3
Xer'sai Hatchling
2
Aspiring Chronomancer
2
Aspiring Chronomancer
2
Redfin Hammersnout
3
Redfin Hammersnout
2
Snapjaw Swarm
3
Snapjaw Swarm
3
Xer'sai Caller
3
Xer'sai Caller
5
Xerxa'Reth, The Undertitan
3
Xerxa'Reth, The Undertitan
6
Xer'sai Dunebreaker
3
Xer'sai Dunebreaker
Spells
9
1
Bloodbait
1
Bloodbait
2
Call the Pack
3
Call the Pack
2
Ruthless Predator
1
Ruthless Predator
4
Rite of Negation
1
Rite of Negation
5
Blood in the Water
3
Blood in the Water

We'll see how long this remains true, though: if there's one matchup among strong decks that can be said it's nearly an auto-win for one party, that's Lurkers versus Leona Samira… and it's not Pyke's crew who's the winning side here.


Losing Steam…

Aatrox Kayn and Illaoi Swain have hit a bit of a wall – still playable, and some of their more fringe versions are doing grand, but they seem to be on the downswing.

Annie Caitlyn and Jack Seraphine, both very popular, look like bad decks right now and we won't recommend them.


Heavyweights – Strong LoR Meta Decks

Sett KARMA DECK

These Legends of Runeterra decks have between 900 and 3000 games in the last three days – solid picks for climbing the LoR ladder!


Karma Sett

We find Karma Sett here (and not among the Juggernauts) because, even though it's an extremely popular archetype, you need to dig a bit to find a really solid list.

Which would be this one: 

Regions
Ionia
21 cards
Piltover & Zaun
19 cards
Rarities
28 700
champion
6
epic
5
rare
9
common
20
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
2
1
9
2
5
3
13
4
9
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
5
Karma
3
Karma
5
Sett
3
Sett
Followers
10
1
Acorn, the Hextechnician
2
Acorn, the Hextechnician
3
Shadow Assassin
2
Shadow Assassin
4
Augmented Clockling
3
Augmented Clockling
4
Smooth Mixologist
3
Smooth Mixologist
Spells
24
2
High Note
3
High Note
2
Mystic Shot
3
Mystic Shot
2
Tag Out!
3
Tag Out!
3
Aftershock
3
Aftershock
4
Caustic Riff
3
Caustic Riff
4
Concussive Palm
2
Concussive Palm
4
Deny
2
Deny
5
Place Your Bets
3
Place Your Bets
6
Hexbliterator
2
Hexbliterator

… with about 2,300 games played, and a great 55% win rate. The trick seems to be the Followers that this list brings to the fray (the Spell list is nearly identical among the most popular builds), cutting Serene Sky-SingerSerene Sky-Singer and adding Shadow AssassinShadow Assassin into the mix.

Matchup data is sketchy when you need to dig this far down for a good list – overall Karma Sett seems like it's good against weaker brews, getting most of its edge there, but an underdog against strong decks, with the Samira Leona matchup looking particularly awful.

For further reading, here's Yangzera's Karma Sett deck guide.


Maokai Nautilus, aka Deep

Deep is hanging in there!

We saw Nautilus' gang struggling last Friday, but they have kept afloat with a solid 52% win rate all week:

Regions
Shadow Isles
14 cards
Bilgewater
26 cards
Rarities
28 800
champion
6
epic
4
rare
15
common
15
eternal
standard
Mana cost
0
0
9
1
4
2
10
3
5
4
3
5
5
6
4
7+
Champions
6
4
Maokai
3
Maokai
7
Nautilus
3
Nautilus
Followers
19
1
Dreg Dredgers
3
Dreg Dredgers
1
Watchful Idol
1
Watchful Idol
2
Sea Scarab
3
Sea Scarab
3
Deadbloom Wanderer
3
Deadbloom Wanderer
3
Jaull Hunters
2
Jaull Hunters
5
Abyssal Eye
3
Abyssal Eye
6
Devourer of the Depths
3
Devourer of the Depths
7
Shipwreck Hoarder
1
Shipwreck Hoarder
Spells
15
1
Jettison
2
Jettison
1
Prize Fight
2
Prize Fight
1
Quietus
1
Quietus
2
Heavy Metal
1
Heavy Metal
3
Lure of the Depths
3
Lure of the Depths
3
Undergrowth
2
Undergrowth
4
Salvage
2
Salvage
6
Vengeance
2
Vengeance

As a bit of an anti-control midrange deck, Deep does quite well against Karma Sett. It also reliably beats Aatrox decks and can go toe-to-toe with Ashe LeBlanc.

Samira Fizz, on the other hand, is horrible to bump into…

… but, then again, the Leona Samira matchup is very doable, even if slightly uphill, so Deep's fortunes may improve as those that drool over the Desert Rose migrate to what currently looks like her best deck.


Garen Jarvan, aka Elites

Pilots are perhaps a bit tired of Garen's gang (maybe given how popular it was last patch?), and although Elites' win rate remains great (always above 55%), Garen Jarvan doesn't seem to gain too much traction:

Regions
Demacia
40 cards
Rarities
23 400
champion
5
epic
3
rare
8
common
24
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
6
1
12
2
9
3
3
4
3
5
4
6
3
7+
Champions
5
5
Garen
3
Garen
6
Jarvan IV
2
Jarvan IV
Followers
26
1
Cithria of Cloudfield
3
Cithria of Cloudfield
1
Trusty Ramhound
3
Trusty Ramhound
2
Battlesmith
3
Battlesmith
2
Vanguard Defender
3
Vanguard Defender
3
Blocking Badgerbear
3
Blocking Badgerbear
3
Vanguard Sergeant
3
Vanguard Sergeant
3
Vanguard Squire
3
Vanguard Squire
4
Silverwing Vanguard
3
Silverwing Vanguard
6
Ardent Tracker
2
Ardent Tracker
Spells
9
2
Form Up!
3
Form Up!
2
Single Combat
3
Single Combat
9
Champions' Strength
3
Champions' Strength

As other Demacian decks, Garen and Prince suffer awfully when facing the Black Rose and the Queen of the Freljord, and get blown up whenever they pay Zaun a visit and run into Ekko Jinx – but their matchup spread is otherwise excellent, including good odds against Samira decks, Quinn Gwen, and Karma Sett.


Caitlyn Jayce

Looks like it's Arcane pals time!

Just like Jinx and Ekko rekindled their friendship, Caitlyn and Jayce are doing wonderful together.

Case in point: even though Heimer Jayce is still playable, Caitlyn Jayce looks like the superior Jayce deck by far – and with both Caitlyn Annie and Caitlyn Teemo showcasing sub-50% win rates, Caitlyn Jayce is currently the only strong deck for Piltover's Sheriff.

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
26 cards
Shadow Isles
14 cards
Rarities
25 000
champion
6
epic
2
rare
7
common
25
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
8
1
8
2
9
3
4
4
0
5
9
6
2
7+
Champions
6
3
Caitlyn
3
Caitlyn
4
Jayce
3
Jayce
Followers
13
1
Burgeoning Sentinel
3
Burgeoning Sentinel
1
Forge Chief
2
Forge Chief
2
Ferros Financier
3
Ferros Financier
3
Buhru Sentinel
3
Buhru Sentinel
7
Albus Ferros
2
Albus Ferros
Spells
21
1
Piltovan Tellstones
1
Piltovan Tellstones
1
Quietus
2
Quietus
2
Mystic Shot
3
Mystic Shot
2
Soul Harvest
2
Soul Harvest
3
Piltover Peacemaker
3
Piltover Peacemaker
4
Caustic Riff
1
Caustic Riff
6
Formula
3
Formula
6
Piercing Darkness
1
Piercing Darkness
6
Shock Blast
2
Shock Blast
6
Vengeance
3
Vengeance

Malphite Taliyah

Malphite Taliyah showed up in the data (in convincing numbers) two days ago, on Tuesday, and numbers remain rock-solid today: 55% win rate in about 1,600 games played, and convincing odds against Karma Sett, Ashe LeBlanc, Gwinn and Leona Samira.

Regions
Shurima
22 cards
Mount Targon
18 cards
Rarities
29 400
champion
6
epic
6
rare
7
common
21
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
6
1
7
2
10
3
5
4
7
5
2
6
3
7+
Champions
6
5
Taliyah
3
Taliyah
7
Malphite
3
Malphite
Landmarks
10
1
Ancient Preparations
3
Ancient Preparations
2
Mystic Vortex
2
Mystic Vortex
3
Dragon Roost
2
Dragon Roost
4
Salt Spire
3
Salt Spire
Followers
13
1
Chip
3
Chip
2
Blue Sentinel
2
Blue Sentinel
2
Rock Hopper
3
Rock Hopper
3
Rockbear Shepherd
3
Rockbear Shepherd
6
Stonebreaker
2
Stonebreaker
Spells
11
3
Desert Duel
2
Desert Duel
3
Quicksand
3
Quicksand
4
Rite of Negation
2
Rite of Negation
5
Celestial Wonder
2
Celestial Wonder
5
Sunburst
2
Sunburst

Aatrox Quinn Vayne

Another deck that after starting strong in the early expansion days, and becoming fundamental in stopping the Samira Fizz tide, now appears a bit crestfallen although very much playable:

Regions
Demacia
27 cards
Runeterra
13 cards
Rarities
36 300
champion
6
epic
11
rare
14
common
9
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
10
1
17
2
6
3
3
4
1
5
3
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Vayne
3
Vayne
5
Quinn
1
Quinn
6
Aatrox
2
Aatrox
Equipments
11
2
The Darkin Spear
3
The Darkin Spear
2
The Darkin Harp
3
The Darkin Harp
1
The Darkin Bloodletters
3
The Darkin Bloodletters
2
The Darkin Fan
1
The Darkin Fan
2
The Darkin Aegis
1
The Darkin Aegis
Followers
14
1
Fleetfeather Tracker
2
Fleetfeather Tracker
1
Steadfast Elkin
3
Steadfast Elkin
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
Petricite Broadwing
2
Zealous Ranger-Knight
3
Zealous Ranger-Knight
4
Ranger-Knight Defector
3
Ranger-Knight Defector
Spells
9
1
Catch!
2
Catch!
2
Blinding Assault
3
Blinding Assault
3
Fish Fight
3
Fish Fight
6
Condemn
1
Condemn

Not Doing Too Well

Caitlyn Teemo, Aurelion Sol Shyvana, Nasus Senna, Riven Samira, and Galio Garen Jarvan have all seen quite a bit of play in the last three days, but with results that go from the slightly disappointing (for the latter two) to downright bad (for the former three), so we won't recommend any of them today.


Punching Up – Runeterra Decks Doing Great

Runeterra decks with between 500 and 900 games in the last three days – we're sailing into small data samples, yet all decks here have quite a few games under their belts.


Jack Nami

Surprise! =)

The most promising Jack deck sees him paired Nami – all other tentative partners (Sett and Seraphine being the most prominent, but also Illaoi, Udyr, and even Akshan) have failed Jack, but Nami is still decently promising:

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
21 cards
Bilgewater
19 cards
Rarities
32 900
champion
6
epic
9
rare
8
common
17
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
3
1
12
2
4
3
9
4
6
5
3
6
3
7+
Champions
6
3
Nami
3
Nami
4
Jack
3
Jack
Followers
16
1
Acorn, the Hextechnician
3
Acorn, the Hextechnician
2
Coral Creatures
3
Coral Creatures
3
Station Archivist
1
Station Archivist
4
Augmented Clockling
3
Augmented Clockling
5
Mischievous Marai
3
Mischievous Marai
8
Wiggly Burblefish
3
Wiggly Burblefish
Spells
18
2
Heavy Metal
1
Heavy Metal
2
High Note
2
High Note
2
Make it Rain
3
Make it Rain
2
Mystic Shot
3
Mystic Shot
4
Caustic Riff
3
Caustic Riff
5
Drum Solo
3
Drum Solo
6
Formula
3
Formula

Suffers horribly in Karma Sett's hands, but (in a small sample) Jack Nami appears to have wonderful odds against Samira decks, and Ashe LeBlanc.


Pantheon Samira

Unlike Jack, Samira has no lack of proficient partners – and among them, like he's been doing since last Sunday, Pantheon keeps showing up in the data as a solid match:

Regions
Mount Targon
26 cards
Noxus
14 cards
Rarities
30 500
champion
6
epic
7
rare
7
common
20
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
8
1
17
2
5
3
8
4
0
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
2
Samira
3
Samira
4
Pantheon
3
Pantheon
Equipments
5
2
The Darkin Lodestone
3
The Darkin Lodestone
1
The Darkin Ballista
2
The Darkin Ballista
Followers
19
1
Blade Squire
3
Blade Squire
1
Saga Seeker
3
Saga Seeker
2
Lunari Cultist
3
Lunari Cultist
2
Rune Squire
3
Rune Squire
3
Wandering Shepherd
3
Wandering Shepherd
3
Wounded Whiteflame
2
Wounded Whiteflame
6
Camphor, the Doubt
2
Camphor, the Doubt
Spells
10
2
Guiding Touch
2
Guiding Touch
2
Pale Cascade
3
Pale Cascade
4
Furious Wielder
3
Furious Wielder
4
The Expanse's Protection
2
The Expanse's Protection

Your Mileage May Vary – Fringe LoR Decks

Legends of Runeterra decks with less than 500 games played in the last three days – very little data, so these may range from total flukes… to the next big thing.


Evelynn Kai'Sa

The first of two Evelynn decks we'll see today, this Champion pairing has been working well since the buff to Eve's followers in the previous patch:

Regions
Runeterra
17 cards
Shurima
23 cards
Rarities
33 300
champion
6
epic
9
rare
10
common
15
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
10
1
6
2
8
3
9
4
3
5
1
6
3
7+
Champions
6
4
Evelynn
3
Evelynn
5
Kai'Sa
3
Kai'Sa
Equipments
3
1
The Darkin Bloodletters
3
The Darkin Bloodletters
Followers
23
1
Fireth, Reaper of the Sands
1
Fireth, Reaper of the Sands
1
Forsaken Baccai
3
Forsaken Baccai
1
Voidling
3
Voidling
2
Sultur
3
Sultur
3
Domination
3
Domination
3
Merciless Hunter
1
Merciless Hunter
3
Vora
2
Vora
4
Steem
3
Steem
6
Hive Herald
1
Hive Herald
7
Camouflaged Horror
3
Camouflaged Horror
Spells
8
2
Hate Spike
3
Hate Spike
3
Quicksand
2
Quicksand
4
Rite of Dominance
1
Rite of Dominance
4
Rite of Negation
2
Rite of Negation

Evelynn Lucian

Eve Lucian has been in and out of the meta (it had quite the showing right after Eve's followers' buffs, yet vanished a bit later); by its current performance – 55% in nearly 500 games – one would say it's "in" time now! =)

Regions
Runeterra
18 cards
Demacia
22 cards
Rarities
34 200
champion
6
epic
10
rare
9
common
15
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
6
1
15
2
9
3
6
4
0
5
2
6
2
7+
Champions
6
1
Lucian
3
Lucian
4
Evelynn
3
Evelynn
Followers
26
1
Fleetfeather Tracker
3
Fleetfeather Tracker
2
Durand Sculptor
3
Durand Sculptor
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
Petricite Broadwing
2
Sultur
3
Sultur
3
Dawnspeakers
3
Dawnspeakers
3
Domination
3
Domination
3
Vora
3
Vora
4
Steem
3
Steem
6
Genevieve Elmheart
2
Genevieve Elmheart
Spells
8
2
Hate Spike
3
Hate Spike
2
Single Combat
3
Single Combat
9
Champions' Strength
2
Champions' Strength

Treasured Norra Samira

This post-rotation meta is proving tough for Norra, with most of her usual partners (like Veigar or Heimer) not quite taking her to the ball…

… but Samira, and a trip to BCBandle City (along with a Treasured TrashTreasured Trash top end!), are doing the trick in the fringes!

Regions
Noxus
9 cards
Bandlecity
31 cards
Rarities
24 400
champion
6
epic
0
rare
15
common
19
eternal
Mana cost
0
0
13
1
20
2
4
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
3
7+
Champions
6
2
Norra
3
Norra
2
Samira
3
Samira
Followers
18
1
Byrd, The Bellringer
3
Byrd, The Bellringer
1
Yordle Squire
3
Yordle Squire
2
Bandle Commando
2
Bandle Commando
2
Carved Bladetwirler
3