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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Will we see Azir and the new Sion in the next season of LCS?

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  • Electro522

    Will we see Azir and the new Sion in the next season of LCS?

    So far, Gnar has been neglected of nay LCS play, and I believe that is due to his unreliability, which pretty much everyone predicted would happen. The uncontrollable transform is just really unappealing to LCS players.

    But, lets look at our two most recent champs: Azir and Sion (yes, Sion isn't new, but he also a way).

    I feel, come next season, Azir will see a TON of LCS play, and might be one of the most sought after mid lane champs. With the current meta revolving around team coordination and rotation, Azir's zone control could dictate the movement of the other team. He works well with both an engage and disengage team, and can stop a siege all on his own.

    Oh yeah, there's one other thing about him that I feel will make him extremely valuable to LCS players: HE CAN REBUILD A DOWNED TURRET!!! Even one that was not originally his own!

    As for the new Sion, yes, we have yet to see any gameplay come out of him, but I believe he would work extremely well with those teams that love to be in the face of their opponents constantly. Build a hard engage team around him, and...well...good luck at either keeping your team or turrets alive.

    What are you guy's opinion on these 2?
  • Answers (2)

    MujinTengu | September 28, 2014 5:00pm
    his design revolve around "Ra - An Egyptian God", as Nasus is "Anubis - An Egyptian God" as well as Pantheon as "Eris - The God of War" yes they revolve lots of their champs around god figures.
    MujinTengu | October 1, 2014 1:57pm
    yeah I meant Ares
    Dychronius (7) | September 30, 2014 10:43am
    Eris is the God of Love, Ares is the God of War :P
    emoriam (287) | September 26, 2014 9:38am
    Gnar not being played is maybe a yield of there are just being important games to be played.
    I don't like Azir, his entire design and gameplay and I haven't seen anyone being able to play him decently up to now, tl;dr I wouldn't be surprised to see him being played but I thinkhe isn't that type of mid laner being picked.
    Thatdudeinthecotton (66) | September 28, 2014 5:11pm
    Its worth pointing out that Azir is still heavily bugged. A lot of his abilities have cooldown timer issues (particularly his ult), his soldier command range isn't clearly defined in any way, his wall can infinitely bounce, instances where enemies can just straight up walk through his ult etc etc.

    He may be a good champion, but his buglist is so extensive that I doubt anyone will be good with him till he see's some fixes.
    A compiled buglist:
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