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Lillia Build Guide by DatKawaiiBunny

Support [10.17] ♥ Your Soul is Blooming! | DatKawaiiBunny's Lillia

Support [10.17] ♥ Your Soul is Blooming! | DatKawaiiBunny's Lillia

Updated on August 20, 2020
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Runes: Electrocute Runes

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Taste of Blood
Eyeball Collection
Ravenous Hunter

Nullifying Orb

+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+9 Adaptive (5.4 AD or 9 AP)
+6 Armor


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LoL Summoner Spell: Flash


LoL Summoner Spell: Ignite


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[10.17] ♥ Your Soul is Blooming! | DatKawaiiBunny's Lillia

By DatKawaiiBunny

Welcome to my Lillia support guide! I hope this guide helps you as you go along your journey of learning The Bashful Blossom. In this guide, I will be going over runes for Lillia, pros & cons, abilities, items, spells, as well as gameplay tips and a warding guide. I will go over electrocute runes soon! Those are the ones I recommend taking!

Even though Lillia is supposed to be a jungler, I see potential in her being a mage support. Her ultimate Lilting Lullaby can put the whole team to sleep if they are all affected by her passive Dream-Laden Bough.

Hello, I'm DatKawaiiBunny! I'm a Silver IV ADC/Support main. I've been playing League of Legends since April of season 7 as an ADC main My highest mastery champions are Lux, Sona, and Xayah, but I plan to make Soraka my 3rd highest.

I started playing Lillia on the PBE, mostly in Nexus Blitz. She was super fun and I thought that she could become a viable support option. I saw that she could do a bunch of damage, but she was super squishy, so here we are! I will update my guide each time I play her with items, runes, etc. I really appreciate you guys taking the time to read my Lillia guide. Thanks a lot, and happy supporting!♥


♥ AOE True Damage with Blooming Blows

♥ High Burst Damage

♥ Can Sleep the Whole Team with Lilting Lullaby

♥ Has a Global Projectile Swirlseed

Lillia is an interesting champion. She has a global projectile called Swirlseed. Once you throw it, it rolls until it collides with terrain or an enemy (champion and minion). She also has one of the best teamfight ultimate Lilting Lullaby, however, all enemies need to be affected with Dream-Laden Bough. Her Q, deals true damage, similar to one of Darius' abilities, and can slow multiple people with Watch Out! Eep!. This makes her one of the best engage/teamfight champions.

♥ Long Cooldowns

♥ Very Squishy

♥ Ultimate Only Works with Passive

♥ Needs a Good Team

Of course, she has some cons. Even though she deals a bunch of damage, she has next to no sustain. She's very squishy. Not only that, but her ultimate Lilting Lullaby only works when the enemy (or enemies) are affected by her passive. Plus, she needs a good team since her abilities are very teamfight oriented.

Glacial Augment
Another great option to take on Lillia is Glacial Augment. If you hit an enemy with a basic attack, it slows them for 2 seconds. If you have active items, such as Everfrost. It shoots a freeze ray at them, which will slow them for 5 seconds.

Perfect Timing Once you use Commencing Stopwatch, you can still use it to build Zhonya's Hourglass. I tend to build Zhonya's Hourglass, so I use this rune. You can also take Magical Footwear for a free pair of Slightly Magical Boots.

Biscuit Delivery
Biscuit Delivery is always a handy rune to take, especially since Lillia is squishy. It restores 10% of your missing mana and health for 15 seconds. It also increases your mana cap by 50. You get 3 biscuits in total. 1 every 2 minutes.

Cosmic Insight
Cosmic Insight gives you a lot of Cooldown reduction. +5% CDR, +5% max CDR, +5% summoner spell CDR, and +5% item CDR. This rune is great for mid to late game. Her ultimate Lilting Lullaby will have a shorter cooldown, as well as her other abilities and active items.

Ingenious Hunter
Ingenious Hunter is the rune to go if you take Glacial Augment. It gives you a 15% active item cooldown, plus an additional 5% per bounty stack. You gain bounty stacks from getting takedowns. You can only get one bounty stack per enemy champion. The main items you want to build on Lillia are all active items.

Cheap Shot
Cheap Shot allows you to deal 10 - 45 extra damage after damaging an enemy with an impaired movement speed action or ability. There are many ways to impair their movement speed with Lillia: Glacial Augment, Twin Shadows, and Everfrost. You can also take Taste of Blood since it heals you for 18 - 35 (+ 20% bonus AD) (+ 10% AP) health (based on level).

Ability Sequence
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♥ Passive: Dream-Laden Bough

Lillia's abilities apply "dream dust," dealing 5% of the target's maximum health as magic damage over 3 seconds, capped at 40 − 100 (based on level) damage against monsters.

♥ Blooming Blows

Cost: 45

♥ Passive: Lillia gains a "prance stack" for 5 seconds whenever she hits at least 1 enemy with her abilities, refreshing up to 5 stacks. Stacks are lost by one every 1 second, and each stack grants her bonus movement speed 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 / 11% (+1% per 100 AP).

♥ Active: Lillia swings her censer around her, dealing 30 / 45 / 60 / 75 / 90 (+ 40% AP) magic damage to nearby enemies. Enemies hit within the outer edge of the area additionally take the same amount as penetration bonus true damage.

♥ Watch Out! Eep!

Cost: 50

Lillia rushes to 150 units in front of the target area over 0.75 seconds, though not through terrain, and winds up for a strike, dealing 70 / 85 / 100 / 115 / 130 (+ 30% AP) magic damage in an area. Enemies hit within the center are dealt critical magic 200% increased damage.

♥ Swirlseed

Cost: 70

Lillia throws a seed at the targeted area that rolls forward. The seed detonates upon colliding with an enemy or terrain, dealing 70 / 90 / 110 / 130 / 150 (+ 40% AP) magic damage and slowing the enemies for 25 / 30 / 35 / 40 / 45% for 3 seconds and revealing them for 2 seconds.

♥ Lilting Lullaby

Cost: 50

Lillia casts a lullaby on all targetable enemy champions affected by "dream dust," rendering them drowsy for 1.5 seconds. This slows them then puts them to sleep for 2 / 2.5 / 3 seconds. The next non-persistent non-minion damage taken by the sleeping targets consumes the debuff to deal an additional 100 / 150 / 200 (+30% of ability power) magic damage.

  • Relic Shield is the basic option for starter items. You get 5 AP, 2 gold regeneration, 30 health, and 25% base health regeneration. Unlike Spellthief's Edge, you don't get mana regeneration, but her mana costs are quite small. In order to level up the item, you need 500 gold for your quest, then it will transform into Targon's Buckler. This item gives you 10 AP, 3 gold regeneration, 100 health, and 50% base health regeneration. Three wards come with the transformation as well. Once you get to 1000 gold on the quest, it transforms into Bulwark of the Mountain. It gives you 25 AP 3 gold generation, 300 health, and 100% base health regeneration. You also get 4 refillable wards.
  • Dark Seal is one of the optional first back items for Lillia. This is for all runes. You get 10 AP, 100 mana, and +25% healing from potions. Passives: Grants 2 Glory per champion kill or 1 Glory per assist, up to a maximum of 10 Glory stacks in total. Upon dying, you lose 4 stacks of Glory. Grants 3 Ability Power per stack of Glory. You can build Dark Seal into Mejai's Soulstealer. You get 20 AP and 200 mana. The passives are very similar. Grants 4 Glory per champion kill or 2 Glory per assist, up to 25 Glory total. Upon dying, you lose 10 stacks of Glory. Grants 5 ability power per Glory. Grants 10% movement speed if you have at least 10 Glory. I take this on Lillia for the extra AP. However, this is situational because it depends on how safe you play, as well as your ADC and it depends on how ahead you are.
  • Luden's Tempest is the main item you want to build if you go AP Lillia. You get 90 AP, 10% CDR, and 600 mana. The passive gives 10% CDR and when your item is at 100 stacks, your next spell expands, hitting 4 enemy units within the area and dealing 100 (+10% of ability power).
  • Morellonomicon is the second or third item I usually go on Lillia. You get 70 AP and 300 health. You also get 15 magic penetration. When you deal magic damage to enemy champions, they are inflicted with grievous wounds for about 3 seconds. This item is good against Dr. Mundo or a support champion like Soraka.
  • Rod of Ages gives 60 AP, 300 health, and mana. You also gain 20 Health, 10 Mana, and 4 Ability Power every 1 minute. Bonuses cap at +200 Health, +100 Mana, and +40 Ability Power. (Not included in stats), along with 15% of damage taken from champions as Mana and spending Mana restores 20% of the cost as Health, up to 25 per spell cast (toggle spells heal for up to 25 per second). Since Lillia is squishy, I get this for the health.
  • Everfrost is the first item you want to build on [lillia]], if you go Glacial Augment. You gain 80 AP, 10% CDR, and 600 mana. When activated, it fires ice bolts that explode on the first enemy hit, dealing 100 - 200 (at levels 1 - 18) (+ 35% of ability power). Enemies hit are slowed by 65%, decaying over 2 seconds.
  • Archangel's Staff isn't an item I usually build unless I need more mana and damage. You get 650 mana, 10% cooldown reduction, and 50 AP. With the passive, you "gain Ability Power equal to 1% of your maximum mana. Refunds 25% of Mana spent." The other passive is as followed "Mana Charge: Grants a charge every 4 seconds, up to 3 charges. Each spell cast or mana expenditure consumes a charge and grants +8 mana, up to a maximum of 750 mana."
  • Zhonya's Hourglass gives 75 AP, 45 armor and 10% CDR. When this item is activated, your champion into a stasis state for 2.5 seconds, rendering your champion invulnerable and untargetable but unable to take any actions. I get this for more sustain and because I take Perfect Timing.
  • Twin Shadowsgives 70 AP, 10% CDR and 7% movement speed. This also procs Glacial Augment. When activated, two ghosts hunt down nearby enemies. Haunted enemies are slowed by 40% for up to 5 seconds and their location is revealed.
  • Mobility Boots is the main choice of boots I take on Lillia. It enhances your movement speed by 25% and it increases your out of combat movement speed by 115% for 5-seconds. You can also take Boots of Swiftness for the 25% slow resistance or Sorcerer's Shoes for the 18 magic penetration.

Ignite deals damage 70 - 410 true damage on a targeted enemy champion for 5 seconds and applies grievous wounds, which reduces all healing received and regeneration rates by 40%. Ignite helps in teamfights, and with champions that heal like Dr. Mundo and Vladimir. I take this against counters and to reduce the healing of some champions.

Exhaust slows down a targeted enemy champion for 30% of their movement speed, and reduces their damage by 40% for 3 seconds. Exhaust can be used with [SWIRLSEED]] and Lilting Lullaby since it slows their movement speed.

I take Barrier for more sustain on Lillia since she's squishy. Barrier shields your character for 95 + (20 per level) for 2 seconds.

Flash teleports your champion wherever your cursor is. Plus, it's a key summoner spell for every champion, except Yuumi. You can use this as an escape or an engage on Lillia. However, her Watch Out! Eep! doesn't travel when you teleport like most abilities.
Support is one of the most important roles. There's more to it than just playing the champion. You have to understand your job in the laning phase, teamfights, as well as warding (which I have little map examples of the places I usually ward), and wave control.

Lillia's early game is about poking and engaging on the enemy, while you and your ADC get minions. You will be using your Swirlseed a lot to poke since Lillia barely has any range, but keep in mind that it has a high cooldown. You also need to play it safe and communicate with your ADC quite a bit.

Early Game

♥ Level 1:

You just want to get level two. Preferably before the enemies level up.

♥ Level 2:

If you hit level 2 before the enemy, you can become a little more aggressive, but you won't have your main engage tool, which is Watch Out! Eep!. You can pick it over Blooming Blows, but I think it's best to get her Q first. Continue to poke with your Swirlseed, if they're not behind the minions. You should also watch out for a gank by their jungler. On occasion, you might get level 2 ganked, especially by a Twitch.

♥ Level 3 - 5:

Level 6 is when you gain your ultimate. Before then, you are going to poke, ward, and engage with your ADC. You won't be able to put the enemies to sleep until you get Lilting Lullaby, so engaging will be a little tricky. Lillia still has barely any sustain, so pick and choose when you engage. The cooldowns on her abilities are also quite high, so just focus on poking, warding, and playing it safe.

♥ Level 6:

Lillia of course, has one of the best ultimate abilities! Once you engage, use all your abilities as much as possible to get your passive off and to deal as much damage as possible. If you plan to use Lilting Lullaby, use Watch Out! Eep! before you engage. You can even throw out Swirlseed then use your ultimate.

Mid/Late Game

♥ Roaming:

Personally, I like to roam after I get to level 6, but you can roam sooner. This is where you really have to communicate with your teammates. Roaming is also a great opportunity to deep ward, ward the river, or ward objectives, like a dragon. Some good times to roam are when:
  • You and your ADC recalled and the wave is pushed bot lane
  • Mid has priority, so you can help get the tower
  • Your jungler is ganking mid. You can most likely 3 v 1 or 3 v 2.

♥ Teamfight Tips:

Teamfights are very important, and they can turn the game around. Lillia has one of the best engages, especially with her Watch Out! Eep! + Lilting Lullaby combo, and she's great at kiting with Blooming Blows. Like I've mentioned, her ultimate can put the whole team to sleep, if they're affected by her passive. Since Lillia is squishy, you need to play it a little safe and make sure your team has your back. Take advantage of her burst damage, Electrocute increases her burst once you activate the ability, and make sure to kite around the enemy. You gain movement speed with Blooming Blows.

Warding is very important throughout the game. Providing your team with vision can really turn a game around, especially if you ward objectives, such as dragon , rift herald , and baron .

Early Game

In the early game, you should prioritize warding as much as possible. You probably won't have your upgraded support item by then, but that's okay. If you're ahead, you should try to ward either the enemy's blue buff or red buff to get some vision on the jungler, just in case they gank. If you can't do that, ward the tribush with a Stealth Ward or a Control Ward. If you're behind, then ward the river, one of the bushes in the bot lane, and dragon . If you're behind because of the enemy jungler, then make sure to ward the tribush, if they're coming from that direction. If not, focus on the river.

Mid/Late Game

By this time, you should be out of the bot lane. Your upgraded support item gives you an opportunity to deep ward. You want to focus on warding the enemy's jungle. Specifically, near objectives and blast cones. You should always keep dragon warded, preferably with a Control Ward. Buy an Oracle's Lens as soon as your item is upgraded and try to deny them vision by looking for wards they've placed in your jungle, as well as theirs.

  • Blue Dots are of course the Blue Team.
  • Red Dots are of course the Red Team.
  • Pink Dots are Control Wards.
  • Small Green Dots are Blast Cones

♥ I would like to thank everyone for reading and voting for my Lillia guide! I hope my guide helped you along your journey. I try to make them simple so it can help a wide range of people. Guides are always updated at the start of the new patch and throughout the month. I love answering questions and helping people, so feel free to ask as many questions as you want! Also, feel free to point out typos. I find some from time to time. I repeat runes at times, so.

♥ I would like to thank my mom and my boyfriend Yatsume for supporting me as well. He finally finished his Yasuo guide, so check it out! It's his first-ever guide!

♥ As always, stay tuned for updates and happy supporting! ♥

Twitch | Twitter |Instagram| Yatsume's Yasuo Guide

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