To climb from low Elo in League of Legends, you need two things: stamina and a certain tilt resistance! You can also make it a little easier by simply playing champs who can can solo carry games and decide the game on their own. In today's tier list, we show you which champs you can finally leave Bronze Elo with.
We all started in Low Elo once. I still remember how tedious the games were, because either the opponents were overaggressively attacked or my mates simply left the game after losing a lane. The right mindset is so damn important to be successful in League of Legends. But! Terms like scaling, team fights or split push were completely unknown there, too. You lose games that were actually already won because the jungler prefers to farm the Krugs instead of the baron after winning the teamfight... you all know how frustrating these games are.
But that's what we're here for! In our Tier List we show you the best 5 champions with whom you no longer have to rely on your team mates and can simply carry solo!
We present: The best 1v9 Champions in Low Elo
5. Best Solo Carry Champions: Master Yi
Master Yi is the typical "I stay in the Jungle for 20 minutes, get 2 items and kill you all" champ. Because Master Yi normally never leaves the Jungle before LvL 6. It´s all about staying safe and grinding objectives until the power spike hits.
If he still gets 1-2 kills early it will be twice as hard to defend against the Wuju swordsman. In higher Elo, the opponents simply respond to this pick with masses of CC, making the champ hardly playable. But in low Elo, you can simply dodge the few CC spells directed at you with Q- Alpha Strike. Focus is merely existing in bronze anyway. Play Master Yi with Yuumi in duo queue and no team will stop you!
4. Best Solo Carry Champions: Twitch
Twitch, the plague rat, is one of the most annoying ADC in the whole game! Or rather assassins? If you win the lane with Twitch, chances are you can also decide the whole game. The most popular combo for a flawless 1v9 performance is Twitch-Yuumi, because the cat can become invisible together with Twitch. Set up vision and hunt down your enemies in mid- and late game. that way you will get more fed and can play around objectives easily. But do not get caught!
In the late game you can then flank the enemies invisibly, trap them and oneshot... everything is possible with Twitch! With Yuumi you also have an invisible heal bot that keeps you alive and speeds you up.
3. Best Solo Carry Champions: Vayne
vayne. You see the opponents pick tanks, you pick Vayne, you get Fed, you win the game. This rotation is all you need to know.
Vayne does a lot of true damage that no tank can defend against. The champ is mechanically a bit more demanding, but in the late game, with a bit of peel from your own team, it becomes a right-click simulator. Just keep in mind: Don't use your Q - Tumble overaggressively and die for nothing. That is the most commong way, how Vayne players die.
2. Best Solo Carry Champions: Jax
Jax is the counter to all the champions mentioned above. He can dodge auto attacks, has a gap-closer and a stun. and everything is on a super low cooldown. In addition, he has an incredibly good scaling. At some point, noone can take Jax in a 1v1 anymore. He's got hybrid damage and can mess with your carries easily. You can win whole team fights with him, even if the game seemed lost before.
1. Best Solo Carry Champions: Kassadin
Even in high elo Kassading has a super high ban rate. So if the pros don't know how to play against him, how should low elo players? Everyone knows the LvL 16 power spike of Kassadin! From that point on Kassading starts to jump from player to player, farming kills and laughin his a** off, because his damage became ridiculous.
What are the best champions without the best items? Nothing! That's why we have our item guides for you:
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