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By the Numbers – Twenty Best Meta and Off-Meta Decks

"Begone back to your desert, Azir!" yelled Illaoi, "for you rule the Ladder no more. Time for Tentacles to take the Throne!"

LoR Best Decks


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Behold!

As of early Tuesday, there is little doubt about who currently bears the crown of best deck in the LoR Ladder – according to Balco:

LoR best decks

… Azirelia, while still the most popular archetype, has run out of weak decks to bully, while Illaoi now has not just one, but two powerful blends to trash the ladder with.


Technical note – what we mean by "LoR best deck"

The above chart groups decks by archetype ("archetype" being the aggregate decklists of a specific champion combination).

Below we'll provide the best decklists for these archetypes – since in each archetype some decklists fare better than others (and sometimes the difference is quite noticeable), we'll broadly group decklists in four arbitrary categories, by amount of games played in the last few days in the data samples we check:

  • Juggernauts: decklists with more than 2100 games – best tried-and-true tools for the climbing job.
  • Heavyweights: between 2100 and 900 games – other excellent choices with large enough samples to confidently say, "Yeah, this works".
  • Punching Up: between 900 and 300 games – we're entering the Land of Small Sample Sizes here, on top of the meta being up in the air, but as far as numbers go, it looks like these decklists can put up one hell of a fight.
  • YMMV: between 300 and 150 games – risky stuff, but here's where you usually find the spice.

For this article, in all cases we'll look at decklists in Platinum and above. 

Sources: Balco, Legna, MaRu's own data-mining.

If you have any feedback on how these decklists could be showcased differently, do let me know! =)


Juggernauts – Best Decks in LoR

Illaoi Bard, LoR best decks

Decklists with more than 2100 games: these are the best LoR decks, tried-and-true tools for the climbing job.

We are only six days into this Patch cycle, and it's a fairly safe bet (with a dash of hope, of course!) that new decks will arise…

… but on the other hand, now only around 10% of the popular decks are LP donors: the current picture is therefore fairly accurate to determine which are the best decks right now


Illaoi Bard

They were the highest-WR Heavyweight last Sunday

… now Chimes and Tentacles are the current Ladder powerhouse, with the exact same list: more than 3,500 games in the last three days, and WR through the roof – literally the highest WR from among all decklists, in all categories, that we'll see today.

It is slightly disfavored against all three versions of Kai'Sa Demacia (Akshan, Sivir, and Lonesome), but has game against everything else – with Azirelia, Yasuo Katarina, Jhinnie and Gwennie being especially good matchups.

Hands down the best decklist I can recommend today!

Regions
Bilgewater
31 cards
Runeterra
3 cards
Rarities
27 000
champion
6
epic
4
rare
6
common
24
Mana cost
0
0
8
1
12
2
3
3
11
4
4
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
4
Bard
3
Bard
4
Illaoi
3
Illaoi
Followers
19
1
Byrd, The Bellringer
3
1
Watchful Idol
3
2
Esmus, Breath of the World
3
2
Fortune Croaker
2
2
Hired Gun
3
3
The Sea's Voice
3
4
Zap Sprayfin
2
Spells
15
1
Ye Been Warned
2
2
Answered Prayer
2
2
Make it Rain
2
4
Tentacle Smash
3
5
Blood in the Water
1
5
Eye of Nagakabouros
3
6
Riptide Sermon
2

Annie Jhin

Originality: C-

Brutality: A+

Arguably the most 'solved' deck out there: same as always, both the formula and its ruthless effectiveness, with more than 3,000 games and shooting above 55% WR.

Regions
Runeterra
3 cards
Noxus
19 cards
Rarities
22 000
champion
6
epic
0
rare
3
common
31
Mana cost
0
0
12
1
15
2
7
3
3
4
3
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
1
Annie
3
Annie
4
Jhin
3
Jhin
Followers
28
1
Crackshot Corsair
3
1
Legion Rearguard
3
1
Legion Saboteur
3
2
Boomcrew Rookie
3
2
Imperial Demolitionist
3
2
Solari Sunhawk
3
2
The Stagehand
3
2
Tusk Speaker
3
3
Arachnoid Sentry
1
3
Doombeast
3
Spells
6
3
Noxian Fervor
3
5
Decimate
3

Akshan Kai'Sa Demacia

Unlike Jhinnie, AkKai has several different builds, some of them fairly mediocre – the archetype as a whole is around 51%, while our recommended list below reaches almost 55% in 2,500+ games.

The trick seems to be to focus only on keyword'ed units (ditching Treasure Seeker, for example), and Void Blaster as a 3x in the best-performing lists.

It's hard to have too much faith on matchup tables right now (since there are so many mediocre variations of this archetype), but AkKai seems the underdog against Jhinnie, while favored against Gwennie.

Safe bet that this mutation will become more popular, as more pilots migrate to the list below.

Regions
Demacia
18 cards
Shurima
22 cards
Rarities
26 900
champion
6
epic
3
rare
11
common
20
Mana cost
0
0
3
1
15
2
7
3
5
4
8
5
0
6
2
7+
Champions
6
2
Akshan
3
Akshan
5
Kai'Sa
3
Kai'Sa
Landmarks
1
2
Preservarium
1
Followers
18
1
Voidling
3
2
Brightsteel Protector
2
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
3
Merciless Hunter
3
4
Void Blaster
3
5
Radiant Guardian
2
8
Void Abomination
2
Spells
15
2
Blinding Assault
3
2
Sharpsight
3
3
Cataclysm
1
3
Quicksand
2
3
Supercharge
1
4
Golden Aegis
1
4
Rite of Negation
1
5
Concerted Strike
3

Twisted Fate Annie

Another not-yet solved archetype, but in this case that's arguably a plus: there are several slightly different builds, all doing very well, which suggests the archetype can be further refined (for example, one copy of Culling Strike seems standard in the best lists).

Hates: Chimes, Tentacles, and Darwin.

Loves: Ascended and their Sand Soldiers, Stunning Blade-wielders.

Regions
Bilgewater
14 cards
Noxus
26 cards
Rarities
28 700
champion
6
epic
5
rare
9
common
20
Mana cost
0
0
12
1
9
2
6
3
8
4
3
5
0
6
2
7+
Champions
6
1
Annie
3
Annie
4
Twisted Fate
3
Twisted Fate
Landmarks
3
1
Ravenbloom Conservatory
3
Followers
10
2
House Spider
3
3
Arachnoid Sentry
2
4
Zap Sprayfin
3
8
Riptide Rex
2
Spells
21
1
Blade's Edge
3
1
Ravenous Flock
3
2
Disintegrate
3
2
Make it Rain
3
3
Culling Strike
1
3
Death's Hand
3
4
Whispered Words
2
5
Eye of Nagakabouros
3

Irelia Azir

Oh, how the bully has been bullied!

Still the most popular archetype – the list below clocks close to 5,000 games all by itself! – and for sure quite capable of packing a punch, but now only around 52% in the last three days (compared to 55%+ just two days ago).

Favored into all of Kai'Sa's Demacian mutations, but a severe underdog to Annie TF, Illaoi Bard, Jhinnie… and also mortally afraid of spiders of all kinds.

If you are on the fence about this deck, Monte and Leer wrote about their impressions about Azirelia in their Meta Voyage yesterday.

Regions
Shurima
16 cards
Ionia
24 cards
Rarities
26 500
champion
6
epic
3
rare
9
common
22
Mana cost
1
0
12
1
12
2
9
3
4
4
2
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Azir
3
Azir
3
Irelia
3
Irelia
Landmarks
3
2
Emperor's Dais
3
Followers
21
1
Dunekeeper
2
1
Shadow Apprentice
3
1
Sparring Student
3
1
Treasure Seeker
2
2
Greenglade Duo
3
2
Ribbon Dancer
3
3
Domination
3
5
Blossoming Blade
2
Spells
10
0
Rite of Calling
1
1
Shaped Stone
2
2
Twin Disciplines
3
4
Defiant Dance
3
4
Homecoming
1

Notable exceptions

Two archetypes that were both popular and powerful two days ago – namely Gwennie and Lone Lulu – didn't make the cut today: they do have lists with more than 2,000 games each, but in both cases they struggle to reach the 50% WR mark.


Heavyweights

Yasuo Katarina, LoR best decks

These decklists have between 900 and 2100 games in the last three days, making them solid choices with large enough samples to confidently say, "Yeah, this works".

On grounds of novelty and popularity, today we'll look at decklists with WRs over 51% (rather than putting the threshold at around 53-54%, as it's often the case in these articles when the meta stabilizes).


Yasuo Katarina

The stunning duo is doing very well with the specific decklist below – a bit like AkKai, there are several other versions doing quite poorly, dragging the archetype's average performance down.

In particular, notice the lack of The Mourned and the two copies of Sai'nen Thousand-Tailed as top end.

Also like AkKai, not too much faith can be put on matchup tables (since the archetype is plagued with bad builds), but it appears that KatYa dislikes Azirelia and all versions of Annie (TF, Jhin, Gwen), while being strong against Lone Kai'sa and AkKai (but not the Sivir version).

Regions
Ionia
22 cards
Noxus
18 cards
Rarities
30 300
champion
6
epic
5
rare
17
common
12
Mana cost
0
0
4
1
11
2
9
3
11
4
3
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Katarina
3
Katarina
4
Yasuo
3
Yasuo
Landmarks
3
5
Windswept Hillock
3
Followers
13
2
Fae Bladetwirler
3
2
House Spider
2
2
Spell Slinger
1
3
Arachnoid Sentry
3
3
Thorn of the Rose
2
6
Sai'nen Thousand-Tailed
2
Spells
18
1
Ionian Tellstones
1
1
Ravenous Flock
3
2
Nopeify!
1
2
Steel Tempest
1
2
Twin Disciplines
3
3
Might
1
4
Concussive Palm
3
4
Deny
2
4
Strategic Execution
2
4
Whispered Words
1

Sivir Kai'Sa Demacia

The second very successful Kai'Sa Demacia mutation (there's a third, with Kai'Sa as Lone champ, as we'll see further down), with this specific list punching above 55% in more than 1,500 games.

Unlike the Akshan variant, though, all versions of KaiSiv are doing great, which suggests an archetype that can still evolve. In particular, KaiSiv goes for a bit of a lower curve (even if it sticks to the Void Abomination top-end) and, interestingly, prefers The Absolver to Supercharge.

Gets headaches from: Spider-Gwen (rather bad), Jhinnie (mild)

Gives headaches to: TF Annie, Annie Gwen, Heimer Jayce

Here are Leer's insights (himself quite the Sivir Akshan fan) about this archetype.

Regions
Demacia
19 cards
Shurima
21 cards
Rarities
26 600
champion
6
epic
2
rare
15
common
17
Mana cost
0
0
7
1
11
2
4
3
8
4
8
5
0
6
2
7+
Champions
6
4
Sivir
3
Sivir
5
Kai'Sa
3
Kai'Sa
Followers
21
1
Baccai Reaper
2
1
Voidling
3
2
Belvethi Elder
3
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
3
Greenfang Warden
1
4
Silverwing Diver
2
4
Void Blaster
3
5
Radiant Guardian
2
8
Void Abomination
2
Spells
13
1
Chain Vest
1
1
Ranger's Resolve
1
2
Ancient Hourglass
1
2
Blinding Assault
3
2
The Absolver
1
3
Cataclysm
3
5
Concerted Strike
3

Spider-Gwen

Seamstress and eight-legged mistress have lost a bit of power, but remain quite playable – the list below performs at around 51% with 1,300 games, and there's another nearly identical list with almost the exact same results.

Murders Azirelia and Jhinnie, and is very favored into all Kai'Sa mutations – dies horribly to Illaoi Bard and Heimer Jayce, also struggling against Gwennie and KatYa. 

Regions
Noxus
15 cards
Shadow Isles
25 cards
Rarities
23 400
champion
6
epic
0
rare
10
common
24
Mana cost
0
0
10
1
14
2
10
3
3
4
3
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
2
Elise
3
Elise
4
Gwen
3
Gwen
Followers
26
1
Boisterous Host
3
1
Legion Saboteur
1
1
Precious Pet
3
1
Stygian Onlooker
3
2
Arachnoid Horror
3
2
House Spider
3
2
Imperial Demolitionist
2
2
Phantom Butler
3
3
Doombeast
3
3
Frenzied Skitterer
2
Spells
8
3
Noxian Fervor
3
3
Stalking Shadows
2
5
Decimate
3

Jinx Bard

Chimes and Rockets are back!

A deck that was making waves just as last Seasonal approached, pioneered by our very own MonteXristo just as Worldwalker launched and later refined by Master Brewer TealRed, who's currently on the decklist recommended below – 1,200 games, 53% WR…

… and you get to play Jinx!

Murders Azirelia, anything with too many spiders, and Jhinnie – dies horribly to Heimer Jayce, and is not too happy to meet Kai'Sa's mutations.

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
31 cards
Runeterra
3 cards
Rarities
25 300
champion
6
epic
3
rare
3
common
28
Mana cost
0
0
8
1
17
2
3
3
9
4
0
5
3
6
0
7+
Champions
6
4
Bard
3
Bard
4
Jinx
3
Jinx
Followers
23
1
Byrd, The Bellringer
3
1
Forge Chief
2
1
Zaunite Urchin
3
2
Boom Baboon
3
2
Esmus, Breath of the World
3
2
Flame Chompers!
3
3
Sump Dredger
3
6
Augmented Experimenter
3
Spells
11
2
Iterative Improvement
2
2
Mystic Shot
3
2
Rummage
3
4
Suit Up!
3

Punching Up

Decklists with between 300 and 900 games played in the last three days – we're entering the Land of Small Sample Sizes here, but as far as numbers go, it looks like these decks can put up one hell of a fight.


Lone Kai'Sa Demacia

This archetype's most popular decklist clocks at around 2,500 games, but its WR is barely above 50%, hence why it does not show up among the Juggernauts.

Its second most popular list, suggested below, reaches nearly 54% across 700 games. I've included it today on grounds of it reaching our thresholds, but as Leer showed yesterday in his Meta Report, at least against the current field, other mutations (with either Akshan or Sivir) are superior on Ladder.

Lone Kai'Sa's main edge seems to be that it actually beats the other two mutations in the semi-mirror (it's quite favored versus AkKai, and slightly versus KaiSiv)

Regions
Demacia
16 cards
Shurima
24 cards
Rarities
17 500
champion
3
epic
2
rare
13
common
22
Mana cost
3
0
5
1
15
2
9
3
1
4
5
5
0
6
2
7+
Champions
3
5
Kai'Sa
3
Kai'Sa
Landmarks
1
2
Preservarium
1
Followers
18
1
Voidling
3
1
Xer'sai Hatchling
2
2
Belvethi Elder
3
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
3
Greenfang Warden
2
4
Silverwing Diver
1
5
Radiant Guardian
2
8
Void Abomination
2
Spells
18
0
Rite of Calling
3
2
Ancient Hourglass
2
2
Blinding Assault
3
2
Sharpsight
3
3
Cataclysm
2
3
Quicksand
2
3
Supercharge
3

Heimerdinger Jayce Shadows

Ah, the variable archetype!

Professor and Student sure can give  Kai'Sa lessons about mutations and evolution – Heimer Jayce is one of the most scattered archetypes when it comes to amount of different decklists.

The most popular, listed below, sits at 55% WR with more than 600 games played in the last three days.

Sivir Kai'Sa and Thralls (which is still a thing) are its main counters, with Illaoi Bard being a bit of struggle – all other popular matchups are even or favored, making Heimer Jayce always a good recommendation for deck you may want to put some time learning.

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
31 cards
Shadow Isles
9 cards
Rarities
26 900
champion
6
epic
3
rare
11
common
20
Mana cost
5
0
6
1
8
2
7
3
3
4
3
5
7
6
1
7+
Champions
6
4
Jayce
3
Jayce
5
Heimerdinger
3
Heimerdinger
Followers
11
1
Adaptatron 3000
2
1
Forge Chief
3
2
Ferros Financier
3
3
Hextech Handler
3
Spells
23
0
Production Surge
3
0
Thermogenic Beam
2
1
Piltovan Tellstones
1
2
Mystic Shot
2
2
Vile Feast
3
3
Aftershock
1
3
Flash of Brilliance
3
6
Piercing Darkness
2
6
Shock Blast
2
6
Vengeance
3
9
The Ruination
1

Sivir Ziggs Noxus

Noxurimaggro keeps gaining steam…

… and, as we'll see below, the last patch's most popular version (Annie Kat Ziggs) has also resurfaced.

Very little data, but seems strong against Kai'Sa mutations, KatYa and Azirelia.

Regions
Noxus
20 cards
Shurima
20 cards
Rarities
24 800
champion
6
epic
2
rare
6
common
26
Mana cost
0
0
17
1
0
2
12
3
3
4
8
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Ziggs
3
Ziggs
4
Sivir
3
Sivir
Followers
25
1
Baccai Reaper
3
1
Bloodthirsty Marauder
2
1
Legion Rearguard
3
1
Legion Saboteur
3
1
Precious Pet
3
1
Treasure Seeker
3
3
Merciless Hunter
3
5
Kato The Arm
2
5
Ruin Runner
3
Spells
9
3
Might
3
3
Noxian Fervor
3
5
Decimate
3

Lux Illaoi

The forerunner of Worldwalker Day One, later abandoned for other Illaoi Demacia versions…

… but, with Riptide Sermon – which is also a staple of Bard Illaoi – it seems ready to put a fight again, performing well above 55% in around 450 games.

Regions
Demacia
22 cards
Bilgewater
18 cards
Rarities
26 400
champion
6
epic
2
rare
14
common
18
Mana cost
0
0
6
1
12
2
5
3
8
4
7
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
4
Illaoi
3
Illaoi
5
Lux
3
Lux
Followers
14
1
Fleetfeather Tracker
2
1
Watchful Idol
3
2
Durand Sculptor
3
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
3
The Sea's Voice
3
Spells
20
1
Demacian Tellstones
1
2
Answered Prayer
2
2
Sharpsight
2
2
Single Combat
2
3
Cataclysm
2
4
Golden Aegis
2
4
Tentacle Smash
3
5
Concerted Strike
2
5
Eye of Nagakabouros
2
6
Riptide Sermon
2

Elise Annie

So: this has nothing to do with the Worldwalker version of Elise Annie (which, if you are interested in how archetypes evolve, will notices is very much what Annie Gwen attempts to do today, with both Ravenbloom Conservatory and Catalogue of Regrets).

Quite the contrary: this is classic spiders but with Annie as an extra one-drop, a bit similar like Spider-Gwen nowadays is classic spiders with Gwen as a Doombeast on steroids.

And it's doing very, very well, across 400 games.

Regions
Noxus
23 cards
Shadow Isles
17 cards
Rarities
20 300
champion
5
epic
0
rare
9
common
26
Mana cost
0
0
13
1
12
2
12
3
0
4
3
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
5
1
Annie
2
Annie
2
Elise
3
Elise
Followers
26
1
Legion Rearguard
3
1
Legion Saboteur
3
1
Precious Pet
3
1
Stygian Onlooker
2
2
Arachnoid Horror
3
2
House Spider
3
2
Imperial Demolitionist
3
3
Doombeast
3
3
Frenzied Skitterer
3
Spells
9
3
Noxian Fervor
3
3
Stalking Shadows
3
5
Decimate
3

Bandle Zilean Xerath

As noted on Sunday, this landmark galore duo is doing very, very well – now punching above 55% WR with more than 300 games.

Regions
Bandlecity
11 cards
Shurima
29 cards
Rarities
26 800
champion
6
epic
2
rare
16
common
16
Mana cost
0
0
4
1
18
2
11
3
4
4
0
5
1
6
2
7+
Champions
6
2
Zilean
3
Zilean
4
Xerath
3
Xerath
Landmarks
4
1
Hexplosive Minefield
1
2
Preservarium
3
Followers
12
1
Inventive Chemist
3
2
Rock Hopper
3
3
Endless Devout
3
4
Desert Naturalist
1
8
The Arsenal
2
Spells
18
2
Ancient Hourglass
2
2
Drop the Bomb
2
2
Pokey Stick
2
2
Rite of Passage
3
3
Quicksand
2
3
Rite of the Arcane
3
3
Unraveled Earth
3
6
Minimorph
1

Your Mileage May Vary

Decklists with less than 300 games played in the last few days – promising, but too little data to say for sure.


Ahri Bard

Chimes and recalls – one of Worldwalker's strongest decks, now pushed to the fringes yet doing very, very well.

Regions
Ionia
31 cards
Runeterra
3 cards
Rarities
25 200
champion
6
epic
2
rare
8
common
24
Mana cost
0
0
13
1
15
2
2
3
8
4
0
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
2
Ahri
3
Ahri
4
Bard
3
Bard
Followers
19
1
Byrd, The Bellringer
3
1
Dancing Droplet
3
1
The Mourned
2
2
Esmus, Breath of the World
3
2
Navori Conspirator
3
2
Navori Highwayman
1
3
Shadow Assassin
2
6
Sai'nen Thousand-Tailed
2
Spells
15
1
Ionian Tellstones
2
1
Recall
3
2
Nopeify!
2
2
Twin Disciplines
3
4
Deny
2
4
Homecoming
3

Katarina Ziggs Annie

Last patch, this Noxurimaggro variant was (depending how you define Jhinnie) arguably the only viable aggro deck on the ladder – it's a bit surprising to see it having a smaller play rate than the new Sivir Ziggs, but at any rate, it's doing grand: over 55% in nearly 300 games.

And there's also a version with a 3:2:1 split and a slightly different Unit/Spells ratio, also doing very well.

Regions
Noxus
23 cards
Shurima
17 cards
Rarities
23 200
champion
6
epic
0
rare
9
common
25
Mana cost
0
0
14
1
9
2
11
3
0
4
6
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
1
Annie
2
Annie
3
Katarina
2
Katarina
3
Ziggs
2
Ziggs
Followers
24
1
Baccai Reaper
3
1
Legion Rearguard
3
1
Legion Saboteur
3
1
Treasure Seeker
3
2
Imperial Demolitionist
3
2
Legion Grenadier
3
3
Merciless Hunter
3
5
Ruin Runner
3
Spells
10
2
Ruinous Path
3
3
Might
2
3
Noxian Fervor
2
5
Decimate
3

Lissandra Taliyah

Thralls not dead yet…

… a decidedly fringe option if judging by play rate, yet WR high enough to make you wonder why it's not played more.

Regions
Freljord
24 cards
Shurima
16 cards
Rarities
31 500
champion
6
epic
7
rare
12
common
15
Mana cost
0
0
8
1
9
2
6
3
5
4
6
5
4
6
2
7+
Champions
6
3
Lissandra
3
Lissandra
5
Taliyah
3
Taliyah
Landmarks
6
1
Frozen Thrall
3
4
Blighted Ravine
3
Followers
12
2
Clockwork Curator
3
2
Harbinger of Thralls
3
3
Kindly Tavernkeeper
3
5
Draklorn Inquisitor
3
Spells
16
1
Imagined Possibilities
2
1
Three Sisters
3
2
Time in a Bottle
3
4
Rite of Negation
2
6
Harsh Winds
1
6
Sands of Time
3
9
Buried in Ice
2

Shen Kai'Sa

Has Shen finally found a home? The archetype as a whole is not doing great, yet the decklist below, with a smallish playrate (around 150 games in the last three days, which is the range in which a single pilot could be behind it) and a 55% WR suggests there may be something here.

Regions
Ionia
24 cards
Shurima
16 cards
Rarities
27 700
champion
6
epic
5
rare
4
common
25
Mana cost
0
0
3
1
9
2
14
3
6
4
3
5
0
6
5
7+
Champions
6
4
Shen
3
Shen
5
Kai'Sa
3
Kai'Sa
Followers
23
1
Voidling
3
2
Blastcone Seedling
3
2
Kinkou Student
3
3
Merciless Hunter
3
3
Shadow Assassin
3
3
Tasty Faefolk
3
7
Sacred Protector
3
8
Void Abomination
2
Spells
11
2
Sonic Wave
3
3
Quicksand
2
3
Supercharge
3
4
Deny
1
4
Spirit's Refuge
2

Bandle Jinx Lulu

Lone Lulu is not doing particularly well, but this rather old Jinx Lulu concept is having quite a bit of Chomper fun.

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
25 cards
Bandlecity
15 cards
Rarities
26 400
champion
6
epic
4
rare
3
common
27
Mana cost
3
0
6
1
12
2
12
3
6
4
0
5
1
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Lulu
3
Lulu
4
Jinx
3
Jinx
Followers
19
1
Byrd, The Bellringer
3
1
Zaunite Urchin
3
2
Bomber Twins
3
2
Boom Baboon
3
2
Flame Chompers!
3
3
Sump Dredger
3
6
Augmented Experimenter
1
Spells
15
0
Poro Cannon
3
2
Mystic Shot
3
3
Get Excited!
3
3
Yordle Portal
3
4
Sneezy Biggledust!
3

Closing Words

Illaoi Bard, LoR best decks

Azir's people rejoiced greatly last Sunday, as the Second Age of Azirelia loomed near

… yet, alas, that did not please Nagakabouros much, who would rather see her Priestess (with a little help from a wandering caretaker) take over the Meta's Throne.

And, unlike Azirelia, Illaoi Bard truly has as matchup table that is the stuff with which Ladder rulers are made of.

Have we found Forces from Beyond's true monarchs?

Still a bit too early to say, but we shall see! =)

Any questions or comments, or more data you may need, feel free to:

Poke me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HerkoKerghans,

Stop for a chat on the Poetry Discord (we talk a fair bit about the LoR best decks and data, too! =): https://discord.gg/VNN5NmGhXY,

Or find more writings on substack: https://riwan.substack.com/

And good luck in your climb!


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