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With 40hs of data, these are the Seventeen Top Decks to Climb the Ladder With!
Runeterra Decks

Update: for the latest & most up-to-date decks, check the latest LoR Best Decks article!!

Greetings, my friend! Welcome to the beginning of a new Meta cycle!

And the Meta has been shaken up plenty – a few familiar faces remain, but charts look nothing like last week. Uncharted waters, indeed!

So, please, step inside, my friend, and let us peruse the best decks Legends of Runeterra has to offer, curated from admirable APIarists Balco's and Legna's findings, along with our own data and insights gathered from prominent pilots at the Blue Bird Inn.


Best Decks in Runeterra: New Meta Ahoy!

A quick glance at Balco's chart should suffice to tell us that we have reached a new Meta, even if some familiar faces from last week remain at the top…

… but it would be too long a graph to convey a most wonderful sighting that is not usually seen: there are an astounding twenty-two archetypes that, at Platinum and above, have a winrate above 50% while also having a play rate above 1% (what we normally call "Meta Decks") – in other words, it is what we would call an open-wide meta.

Pilot interest has been rekindled, too: the amount of games played has increased around 30%, when compared with a similar period from last week.


Cream of the Crop: the top Legends of Runeterra decks

Kai'Sa, one of the best Legends of Runeterra Champions

Currently, these are Runeterra's most potent blends, my friend. This patch cycle will be unusually short – the new Expansion will be upon us in less than two weeks – so I would recommend not spending too much time worrying about how the Meta trends may shift. Enjoy the here and now, as they say!


Akshan Kai'Sa

Yes, news of her death have been indeed greatly exaggerated. This blend, my friend, has hit the ground running, with nearly all pilots choosing the refined formula that I shall recommend below, and for very good reason: an ungodly-high WR across 1,500 games, and a stellar matchup table with no popular confrontation being worse than 46% for Akshan Kai'Sa.

As noted above, my friend, Season's too short to worry about Meta shifts, so this would be my recommendation to stick with if you wish to put in the reps for a last-push climb.

Strong against: Darkness, Deep

Struggles against: Pirates (slightly)

Regions
Demacia
15 cards
Shurima
25 cards
Rarities
29 100
champion
6
epic
5
rare
11
common
18
Mana cost
0
0
3
1
15
2
5
3
5
4
9
5
0
6
3
7+
Champions
6
2
Akshan
3
Akshan
5
Kai'Sa
3
Kai'Sa
Landmarks
2
2
Preservarium
2
Preservarium
Followers
23
1
Voidling
3
Voidling
2
Belvethi Elder
3
Belvethi Elder
2
Brightsteel Protector
2
Brightsteel Protector
2
Petricite Broadwing
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
Durand Protege
2
Durand Protege
3
Merciless Hunter
3
Merciless Hunter
4
Void Blaster
3
Void Blaster
5
Radiant Guardian
2
Radiant Guardian
9
Void Abomination
3
Void Abomination
Spells
9
2
Blinding Assault
3
Blinding Assault
4
Rite of Negation
2
Rite of Negation
5
Concerted Strike
2
Concerted Strike
5
Golden Aegis
2
Golden Aegis
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Pirates, aka Miss Fortune Twisted Fate

The re-ascension of Kai'Sa is great news for Captain Fortune and her merry bunch of misfits. On the one hand, Pirates have a slight edge in that confrontation – on the other, Kai'Sa demolishes Darkness, which is one of Pirate's main predators.

Our recommended blend is a bona-fide juggernaut, with a ridiculous 59%+ WR in over 2,000 games – if Kai'Sa is not your cup of tea, then Pirates is the ship you may want to jump aboard.

Strong against: Jhinnie, Kai'Sa mutations – slight edge over Deep

Struggles against: Darkness, Ekko Zilean, Monkey Pandemonium, Tryndamere Trundle

Regions
Noxus
18 cards
Bilgewater
22 cards
Rarities
29 200
champion
6
epic
6
rare
6
common
22
Mana cost
0
0
12
1
8
2
6
3
6
4
2
5
6
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Miss Fortune
3
Miss Fortune
4
Twisted Fate
3
Twisted Fate
Followers
21
1
Jagged Butcher
3
Jagged Butcher
1
Legion Rearguard
3
Legion Rearguard
1
Legion Saboteur
3
Legion Saboteur
1
Precious Pet
3
Precious Pet
2
Legion Grenadier
3
Legion Grenadier
2
Marai Warden
3
Marai Warden
4
Zap Sprayfin
3
Zap Sprayfin
Spells
13
2
Make it Rain
2
Make it Rain
3
Noxian Fervor
3
Noxian Fervor
5
Eye of Nagakabouros
2
Eye of Nagakabouros
6
Decimate
3
Decimate
6
Riptide Sermon
3
Riptide Sermon
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Scouts, aka Miss Fortune Quinn

Being able to demolish both Darkness and Jhinnie – while only slightly the underdog versus Pirates – is a great place to be in the current Meta, and Scouts are farming the opportunity to once again jump to the forefront.

Furthermore, this blend shows room for refinements, with lots of slightly different formulas being tested (and all with good to great results). The only troublesome news is Scout's horrible odds when confronting Akshan Kai'Sa, but should they be able to adapt to that match, the rest of the field seems ripe for reaping.  

Strong against: Darkness, Jhinnie

Struggles against: Akshan Kai'Sa

Regions
Demacia
29 cards
Bilgewater
11 cards
Rarities
29 200
champion
6
epic
4
rare
17
common
13
Mana cost
0
0
5
1
16
2
6
3
5
4
6
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Miss Fortune
3
Miss Fortune
5
Quinn
3
Quinn
Followers
24
1
Fleetfeather Tracker
3
Fleetfeather Tracker
2
Brightsteel Protector
2
Brightsteel Protector
2
Durand Sculptor
3
Durand Sculptor
2
Marai Warden
3
Marai Warden
2
Petricite Broadwing
3
Petricite Broadwing
3
Vanguard Sergeant
3
Vanguard Sergeant
4
Island Navigator
3
Island Navigator
4
Zap Sprayfin
2
Zap Sprayfin
6
Genevieve Elmheart
2
Genevieve Elmheart
Spells
10
1
Ranger's Resolve
2
Ranger's Resolve
2
Inspiring Light
3
Inspiring Light
2
Sharpsight
2
Sharpsight
5
Golden Aegis
3
Golden Aegis
Open deck in builder

Heimerdinger Jayce

Professor and Student keep being an interesting puzzle: as noted yesterday, they do have somewhat disfavorable matchups against the most popular blends – namely Pirates and Darkness – but their edge against the rest of the field suffices to propel this blend forward.

Strong against: Jhinnie, Deep, Tryndamere Trundle

Struggles against: Darkness, Pirates, Monkey Pandemonium (quite badly!)

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
32 cards
Shadow Isles
8 cards
Rarities
25 600
champion
6
epic
2
rare
10
common
22
Mana cost
5
0
4
1
9
2
7
3
5
4
3
5
7
6
0
7+
Champions
6
4
Jayce
3
Jayce
5
Heimerdinger
3
Heimerdinger
Followers
12
1
Adaptatron 3000
2
Adaptatron 3000
1
Forge Chief
2
Forge Chief
2
Ferros Financier
3
Ferros Financier
3
Hextech Handler
3
Hextech Handler
4
Aloof Travelers
2
Aloof Travelers
Spells
22
0
Production Surge
3
Production Surge
0
Thermogenic Beam
2
Thermogenic Beam
2
Mystic Shot
3
Mystic Shot
2
Vile Feast
3
Vile Feast
3
Aftershock
1
Aftershock
3
Flash of Brilliance
3
Flash of Brilliance
6
Piercing Darkness
2
Piercing Darkness
6
Shock Blast
2
Shock Blast
6
Vengeance
3
Vengeance
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Other Strong Meta Options

Potent brews with performance and play rates high enough to be called "Meta Decks" – not as strong (at least currently) as other options listed previously, but as safe a bet as you can currently find if you prefer a different playstyle.


Nautilus Maokai, aka Deep (ft. Twisted Fate)

The Deep duo has not lost steam since yesterday. It would be hard to guess how this ancient archetype will fare in the next few days – given its somewhat jagged matchup table – but they nevertheless pack a huge punch right now,

Strong against: Jhinnie, Monkey Pandemonium, Ekko Zilean

Struggles against: Heimer Jayce, Akshan Kai'Sa, Azirelia

Regions
Shadow Isles
17 cards
Bilgewater
23 cards
Rarities
28 400
champion
6
epic
4
rare
13
common
17
Mana cost
0
0
4
1
8
2
11
3
6
4
3
5
4
6
4
7+
Champions
6
4
Maokai
2
Maokai
4
Twisted Fate
1
Twisted Fate
7
Nautilus
3
Nautilus
Followers
18
1
Dreg Dredgers
3
Dreg Dredgers
2
Sea Scarab
3
Sea Scarab
3
Deadbloom Wanderer
3
Deadbloom Wanderer
3
Jaull Hunters
2
Jaull Hunters
4
Megatusk
2
Megatusk
5
Abyssal Eye
3
Abyssal Eye
6
Devourer of the Depths
2
Devourer of the Depths
Spells
16
1
Jettison
1
Jettison
2
Bone Skewer
2
Bone Skewer
2
Vile Feast
3
Vile Feast
3
Lure of the Depths
3
Lure of the Depths
3
Undergrowth
3
Undergrowth
4
Salvage
1
Salvage
6
Vengeance
2
Vengeance
7
Atrocity
1
Atrocity
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Ezreal Kennen

The specific formula I shall recommend to you below is, by the numbers, one of Runeterra's current best performers, punching above 57% in more than 300 games. And, by the little data we possess, would appear to be slightly favored into Kai'Sa mutations.

Awful odds when confronting Pirates and Darkness are a warning flag, though – but as long as you are comfortable with an abysmal performance in those matchups, this seems like quite the hot-spicy blend, my friend.

Strong against: seemingly even or favored against most of the field

Struggles against: Darkness & Pirates (quite badly in both cases!) 

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
3 cards
Ionia
37 cards
Rarities
29 700
champion
6
epic
5
rare
14
common
15
Mana cost
0
0
8
1
10
2
9
3
10
4
1
5
2
6
0
7+
Champions
6
1
Kennen
3
Kennen
3
Ezreal
3
Ezreal
Landmarks
3
3
God-Willow Seedling
3
God-Willow Seedling
Followers
13
2
Eye of the Dragon
3
Eye of the Dragon
2
Navori Conspirator
2
Navori Conspirator
3
Shadow Assassin
3
Shadow Assassin
4
Kinkou Wayfinder
3
Kinkou Wayfinder
6
Sai'nen Thousand-Tailed
2
Sai'nen Thousand-Tailed
Spells
18
1
Ionian Tellstones
2
Ionian Tellstones
1
Recall
3
Recall
2
Nopeify!
1
Nopeify!
2
Sonic Wave
1
Sonic Wave
2
Twin Disciplines
3
Twin Disciplines
4
Concussive Palm
2
Concussive Palm
4
Deny
2
Deny
4
Homecoming
3
Homecoming
5
Deep Meditation
1
Deep Meditation
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Veigar Senna, aka Darkness

As noted when sifting at the early numbers on Thursday, Darkness was among the strongest blends. It is still widely popular, but two thorns in its thigh have appeared: Darkness is grossly unfavored against Akshan Kai'Sa and Tryndamere Trundle, dragging Veigar Senna down.

In fact, the most popular Darkness formula performs below 50%; we'll recommend here the third most popular, which comfortably surpasses 54%.

Strong against: Pirates, Ekko Zilean – slight edge over Jhinnie and Monkey Pandemonium

Struggles against: Akshan Kai'Sa (badly!), Tryndamere Trundle, Ramp Aurelion Sol (horribly)

Regions
Shadow Isles
21 cards
Bandlecity
22 cards
Rarities
26 500
champion
6
epic
3
rare
9
common
22
Mana cost
0
0
6
1
14
2
3
3
6
4
3
5
7
6
1
7+
Champions
6
4
Veigar
3
Veigar
5
Senna
3
Senna
Followers
18
1
Byrd, The Bellringer
3
Byrd, The Bellringer
2
Conchologist
2
Conchologist
2
Darkbulb Acolyte
3
Darkbulb Acolyte
2
Twisted Catalyzer
3
Twisted Catalyzer
4
Stilted Robemaker
3
Stilted Robemaker
6
Ixtali Sentinel
3
Ixtali Sentinel
7
The Rekindler
1
The Rekindler
Spells
16
1
Go Hard
3
Go Hard
2
Pokey Stick
3
Pokey Stick
2
Vile Feast
3
Vile Feast
3
Mist's Call
2
Mist's Call
3
Stress Defense
1
Stress Defense
6
Hidden Pathways
1
Hidden Pathways
6
Vengeance
3
Vengeance
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Tryndamere Trundle, aka Feel the Rush

As many a top pilot noted, the recent nerfs and buffs seem to have slowed the Meta a round or two, giving archetypes such as Darkness or Feel The Rush a bit more room to breathe.

Even with the nerf to Blighted RavineBlighted Ravine, Tryndamere Trundle are enjoying quite the comeback as of now, although its jagged matchup table makes it a mystery how this archetype will fare in the next few days.

Strong against: Darkness, Pirates, Monkey Pandemonium (and Ekko Zilean?)

Struggles against: Heimer Jayce (quite badly), Kai'Sa mutations (horribly!) 

Regions
Freljord
30 cards
Shadow Isles
10 cards
Rarities
30 200
champion
6
epic
6
rare
11
common
17
Mana cost
0
0
1
1
6
2
3
3
5
4
8
5
3
6
14
7+
Champions
6
5
Trundle
3
Trundle
8
Tryndamere
3
Tryndamere
Landmarks
3
4
Blighted Ravine
3
Blighted Ravine
Followers
10
2
Faces of the Old Ones
3
Faces of the Old Ones
3
Kindly Tavernkeeper
2
Kindly Tavernkeeper
8
It That Stares
3
It That Stares
10
She Who Wanders
2
She Who Wanders
Spells
21
1
Three Sisters
1
Three Sisters
2
Vile Feast
3
Vile Feast
3
Flash Freeze
1
Flash Freeze
4
Avalanche
2
Avalanche
5
Catalyst of Aeons
3
Catalyst of Aeons
5
Withering Wail
2
Withering Wail
6
Vengeance
3
Vengeance
7
Atrocity
1
Atrocity
8
Voices of the Old Ones
1
Voices of the Old Ones
9
The Ruination
1
The Ruination
12
Feel The Rush
3
Feel The Rush
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Other Considerations

As noted above, there is no lack of popular, well-performing options:

  • Jhin Annie remains quite playable, and its second most popular list has a slight tweak (a single copy of Sigil of MaliceSigil of Malice) that seemingly boost its performance quite a bit – its matchup table, though, is a tat worrisome: except for a slight edge against Akshan Kai'Sa, Jhinnie loses to all the most popular decks.
  • Monkey Pandemonium: This powdery blend has lost quite a bit of its edge, when considering all the ruckus it made two weeks ago. Has an edge on Pirates, but loses to Darkness, Deep, and Tryndamere Trundle.
  • Ekko Zilean: quite the complex brew – favorable into Pirates and Jhinnie, while only slightly an underdog to Akshan Kai'Sa. It's quite the player among Gauntlet and Tournament decks, by the way, so worth a look if the best-of-three format calls to you.

Notably Absent

Thralls have tricked us into thinking they are dead quite a few times now, so we shall derive no firm conclusions as of yet… but the numbers do look on the "better avoid" side of things.

Illaoi Bard's current performance, likewise, has been slam-smashed into the ground.


Connoisseur's Corner

Less played, but fairly sturdy blends – the optimal marriage between a well-tested medley, and low odds of finding yourself in a mirror match!


Ramp Aurelion Sol

Everybody's favorite Space Dragon is, like yesterday, showing signs of being a very real deal this time around. Its performance is marred by three awful matchups – Jhinnie, Akshan Kai'Sa, and Pirates – but the Celestial crew appears to have good to great odds against other popular blends.

Strong against: demolishes Darkness; seemingly very strong into Ekko Zilean, Monkey Pandemonium and Deep

Struggles against: Jhinnie & Akshan Kai'sa (horribly in both cases), Pirates

Regions
Freljord
24 cards
Mount Targon
16 cards
Rarities
36 100
champion
6
epic
11
rare
13
common
10
Mana cost
0
0
6
1
3
2
0
3
5
4
7
5
3
6
16
7+
Champions
6
1
Zoe
3
Zoe
10
Aurelion Sol
3
Aurelion Sol
Landmarks
6
4
Blighted Ravine
3
Blighted Ravine
6
Targon's Peak
3
Targon's Peak
Followers
12
1
Spacey Sketcher
3
Spacey Sketcher
2
Faces of the Old Ones
3
Faces of the Old Ones
8
It That Stares
3
It That Stares
10
She Who Wanders
3
She Who Wanders
Spells
16
4
Avalanche
2
Avalanche
5
Catalyst of Aeons
3
Catalyst of Aeons
5
Celestial Wonder
2
Celestial Wonder
5
Sunburst
2
Sunburst
8
Voices of the Old Ones
2
Voices of the Old Ones
9
Buried in Ice
2
Buried in Ice
12
Feel The Rush
3
Feel The Rush
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Vi Trundle, aka Timelines

This blend, my friend, appears to be the premium Timelines formula, surpassing the Caitlyn Trundle version. There is scant information on how this blend fares in specific confrontations, but apparently you do not want to run into Pirates or Kai'Sa, while you should have no reason to fear Darkness.

Regions
Piltover & Zaun
24 cards
Freljord
16 cards
Rarities
30 300
champion
6
epic
7
rare
6
common
21
Mana cost
2
0
6
1
14
2
3
3
4
4
6
5
3
6
2
7+
Champions
6
5
Trundle
3
Trundle
5
Vi
3
Vi
Followers
19
1
Forge Chief
1
Forge Chief
1
Zaunite Urchin
3
Zaunite Urchin
2
Boom Baboon
2
Boom Baboon
2
Ferros Financier
2
Ferros Financier
2
Icevale Archer
1
Icevale Archer
2
Vulpine Wanderer
2
Vulpine Wanderer
3
Kindly Tavernkeeper
1
Kindly Tavernkeeper
4
Aloof Travelers
3
Aloof Travelers
6
Revna, the Lorekeeper
3
Revna, the Lorekeeper
8
It That Stares
1
It That Stares
Spells
15
0
Thermogenic Beam
2
Thermogenic Beam
1
Three Sisters
2
Three Sisters
2
Concurrent Timelines
3
Concurrent Timelines
2
Mystic Shot
2
Mystic Shot
2
Troll Chant
2
Troll Chant
3
Aftershock
2
Aftershock
4
Statikk Shock
1
Statikk Shock
9
Buried in Ice
1
Buried in Ice
Open deck in builder

Azirelia

An interesting case, my friend. A bit like during the last patch, there are two competing formulas, both similarly popular. But whereas both did well (even if one did better than the other) in the past weeks, nowadays one of them does awful, while the other is performing admirably.

Matchup tables cannot be trusted in cases like this, yet by current numbers the formula below should serve you nicely – and, one would expect, be further refined in the coming days.

Regions
Ionia
19 cards
Shurima
21 cards
Rarities
27 800
champion
6
epic
4
rare
10
common
20
Mana cost
0
0
12
1
7
2
12
3
3
4
6
5
0
6
0
7+
Champions
6
3
Azir
3
Azir
3
Irelia
3
Irelia
Landmarks
3
2
Emperor's Dais
3
Emperor's Dais
Followers
19
1
Dunekeeper
3
Dunekeeper
1
Sparring Student
3
Sparring Student
1
Treasure Seeker
2
Treasure Seeker
2
Greenglade Duo
1
Greenglade Duo
2
Ribbon Dancer
3
Ribbon Dancer
3
Domination
3
Domination
4
Field Musicians
1
Field Musicians
5
Blossoming Blade
3
Blossoming Blade
Spells
12
1
Rite of Calling
2
Rite of Calling
1
Shaped Stone
2
Shaped Stone
3
Ancient Hourglass
3
Ancient Hourglass
4
Homecoming
2
Homecoming
5
Defiant Dance
3
Defiant Dance
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A Walk on the Wild Side

Fringe options that should satisfy those looking for spicy novelties – data samples are on the very low end, so bold pilots beware!


Viego Evelynn

A concept that showed a hope of promise two weeks ago but, sadly, never took off – it seems playable right now, but may be a choice suitable only for those that truly cherish pain.

Regions
Shadow Isles
25 cards
Runeterra
15 cards
Rarities
28 900
champion
6
epic
5
rare
10
common
19
Mana cost
0
0
3
1
11
2
12
3
3
4
2
5
5
6
4
7+
Champions
6
4
Evelynn
3
Evelynn
6
Viego
3
Viego
Followers
19
1
Barkbeast
3
Barkbeast
2
Sultur
3
Sultur
3
Camavoran Soldier
3
Camavoran Soldier
3
Domination
3
Domination
3
Vora
3
Vora
5
Neverglade Collector
2
Neverglade Collector
7
Invasive Hydravine
2
Invasive Hydravine
Spells
15
2
Glimpse Beyond
3
Glimpse Beyond
2
Hate Spike
3
Hate Spike
2
Vile Feast
2
Vile Feast
3
Black Spear
3
Black Spear
6
Vengeance
2
Vengeance
7
Atrocity
2
Atrocity
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Annie Gwen, ft. Elise

One of the most landmark-ish blends out there, Annie Gwen enjoys a bit of a resurgence after being quite the popular blend in the early Forces from Beyond days.

Regions
Noxus
22 cards
Shadow Isles
18 cards
Rarities
30 900
champion
6
epic
7
rare
9
common
18
Mana cost
0
0
12
1
13
2
4
3
8
4
2
5
0
6
1
7+
Champions
6
1
Annie
3
Annie
2
Elise
1
Elise
4
Gwen
2
Gwen
Landmarks
6
1
Ravenbloom Conservatory
3
Ravenbloom Conservatory
4
Catalogue of Regrets
3
Catalogue of Regrets
Followers
6
2
House Spider
3
House Spider
3
Arachnoid Sentry
2
Arachnoid Sentry
8
Captain Farron
1
Captain Farron
Spells
22
1
Go Hard
3
Go Hard
1
Ravenous Flock
3
Ravenous Flock
2
Disintegrate
2
Disintegrate
2
Glimpse Beyond
2
Glimpse Beyond
2
Unspeakable Horror
2
Unspeakable Horror
2
Vile Feast
3
Vile Feast
3
Scorched Earth
2
Scorched Earth
4
Whispered Words
3
Whispered Words
5
Withering Wail
2
Withering Wail
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Evelynn Gwen

Putting together several buffed cards, this blend is seeing play in both the Americas and EMEA shards, with the list below being the most played in both – and performance overall is quite promising thus far!

Regions
Runeterra
12 cards
Shadow Isles
28 cards
Rarities
28 500
champion
6
epic
3
rare
19
common
12
Mana cost
2
0
3
1
15
2
9
3
6
4
3
5
0
6
2
7+
Champions
6
4
Evelynn
3
Evelynn
4
Gwen
3
Gwen
Followers
21
1
Boisterous Host
3
Boisterous Host
2
Phantom Butler
3
Phantom Butler
2
Sultur
3
Sultur
3
Blighted Caretaker
3
Blighted Caretaker
3
Domination
3
Domination
3
Phantom Prankster
3
Phantom Prankster
5
Neverglade Collector
3
Neverglade Collector
Spells
13
0
Fading Memories
2
Fading Memories
2
Glimpse Beyond
3
Glimpse Beyond
2
Hate Spike
3
Hate Spike
2
Vile Feast
3
Vile Feast
7
Atrocity
2
Atrocity
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Very well, my friend!

Runeterra Decks

We have to give it to Kai'Sa: she really evolves, learns and adapts, and is perhaps the blend with the most potential right now, along with Pirates' sheer brutality.

Quite a bit depends on Darkness' fate, though – as the most popular blend right now, decks that do well into it will have an edge overall, yet if Darkness is pushed away (and, therefore, those decks which Darkness counter are given more room to grow), the Meta should pivot in unpredictable directions.

This will be one of LoR's shortest cycles, though, lasting for merely two weeks, so the most likely outcome for this Meta will be "unsolved" – do not fret too much about which deck may end up being the strongest in the long run, my friend, and just grab a weapon that speaks to you.

And if you are feeling bold, and wish to test your mettle in a tournament setting...

If in need of Weapons for that sort of confrontation, do check Sirturmund's & Monte's recommended Gauntlet and Tournament lineups!


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And good luck out there!


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