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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Who is the most OP champion in the game?

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  • ProNinja19

    Who is the most OP champion in the game?

    I am wondering who is the most OP champion to play. I wanna see how well I can do.
  • Answers (23)

    sirell (400) | January 14, 2015 5:08pm
    sirell (400) | January 17, 2015 7:26pm
    - afternote-

    Just an afternote for anyone who may miss my subtle point, I'm just trying to say that it isn't really about what champion is OP, but more about the individual player, provided, of course, that your champion of choice isn't actually complete trash.
    Vengenator (61) | January 15, 2015 6:27pm
    0 counters 2-stronk-4-mi
    Tauricus2017 (120) | October 20, 2018 12:09pm
    That is controversial question. It all depends on Who you are and How are you playing. For example When I started in league the worst champion to play against for ME was Kayle, but then i learned how to play against her and now… Hahahah poor Kayle. :(
    Crusader9917 | June 18, 2015 11:33am
    It Depends on your role.
    Vapora Dark (624) | January 14, 2015 2:51am
    Right now, probably Rek'sai.
    GrandmasterD (531) | January 14, 2015 5:32pm
    “I would like to have a word with you.”
    — Azir
    LevasK (108) | January 14, 2015 7:22am
    It's between Rek'Sai and Poppy :)
    Mavisty | October 10, 2015 5:46pm
    Ok so why dosent ayone get this? all champs are OP as long as you kno how o play them. all champs have their weakness of course! Like umm lets say jax! if you stun him you kill hm easily. besides why would there be a in case your against *insert champion name here* in the shop?!?
    Mavisty | October 10, 2015 5:51pm
    (this is a good way to make an argument BTW)
    Photon Arrows | June 30, 2015 5:33pm
    Any 450 guy is totally broken but in a way so is everybody else
    RandomMoped (6) | January 21, 2015 9:37am
    Cassiopia easily
    AssasssinPanda | January 18, 2015 8:49am
    Im thinking of Master Yi, Katarina, and Zed right now.
    TwillyFSniper (1) | January 17, 2015 8:34pm
    Currently, my thoughts are between Fiora and Mordekaiser. After the Rek'sai nerf, she isn't all that OP. Zed, Katarina, Darius, and Nasus are all close to them though. It is actually fairly difficult to say a specific order.
    HiFromBuddha (82) | January 14, 2015 7:27am
    Time to rant about something that won't even answer the question.

    You see, the whole notion of OP is a ******** one to me. Yes, champions do have varying degrees of strength, but all champs, even the strongest champs, have means in which they can be managed. Yes, I will agree that you do get that one oddball champion that is exceptionally strong due to a change, but simply picking that champion does not mean that you will have guaranteed freelo with that very champion.

    Which brings to my main point. When playing a game, do not pick what is strong right now. Play what you can actually play. If you play a champion you can actually play even if they are subpar, then you will most likely do much better than if you were to pick a meta pick that you have never played before. Of course, you should definitely ban these threats because there's always the chance that the enemy can actually play these champions, but if you're in a situation where an 'OP' champion is left open and you can't play that champion, don't pick that champion unless they ridiculously simple or broken to the point where you can have minimal knowledge and still do well ( Tristana filled both categories at one point).

    Now, to answer the question, the strongest champion right now, admittedly, is Rek'Sai. Of course, in terms of the best champion, I believe it's Orianna, but that's irrelevant. On the case of Rek'Sai, yes, she is very mechanically simple, but you can't just pull her out of your arse and expect to do well. Rek'Sai needs kills in order to do something because the amount of gold you get from the jungle alone is not sufficient to support Rek'Sai's needs. You also need to realise that a Rek'Sai that's behind is deadweight. If you can't get any snowball rolling, then Rek'Sai's main strength, enemy territory control, will be useless because she can't get those tunnels inside the enemy base. Additionally, effective use of Void Rush takes time, as tunnel placement and effective use of the ultimate doesn't come immediately.

    The main overlying point of what I'm to say is that playing a champ you know is infinitely more useful than just picking an OP pick that you have no experience with. Champs themselves are strong, but the thing that makes them OP is the players ability to use the champion. A champion without a competent player is useless.
    DeathWalker1 | November 3, 2016 1:52am
    u think u r cool by swearing
    Brieee | February 18, 2018 4:15pm
    In what way does that imply she/he is trying to be cool? No where in their paragraph did they state anything about trying to be cool. They swore once, and technically fyi, ******** isn't really a swear word. K Thanks Bye. : )
    IAmInsult (2) | January 13, 2015 9:04pm

    trust me i m lcs pro
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