Legends of Runeterra decks, guides and news
This inventive Bandle Allegiance deck uses Tristana and Impact keyword in conjunction with spicy SI techs such as Splinter Soul and Atrocity.
Fizz Lee Sin might be the hottest deck on the ladder right now – how does it work and how powerful it actually is?
This new guide by Agigas is dedicated to Yordle Burn – an aggressive deck mixing Bandle City aggro package with Noxus burn.
Initially, we’ve seen mixed evaluations of Gangplank Bandle’s power, but now, after the surprise factor is fully gone, there’s no doubt it is a Tier 1 deck.
IzzetTinkerer believes this new iteration of Freljord Noxus control is very well positioned in the meta filled with go-wide Bandle decks.
Have you ever felt that you’ve hit an invisible ceiling, struggling to find ways to improve your game? Hopefully, this article will give you new directions.
Agigas breaks down the lineups brought to the first Worlds by the best of the best LoR competitive players.
The first Legends of Runeterra Worlds was a fantastic tournament with many thrilling games and exciting deck choices. Mezume highlights 3 lists that caught his attention!
Being an avid control fan, Dragonguy couldn’t resist the temptation of giving the Xerath landmark destruction deck a good try. Here’s his verdict!
The last days of the EU Masters qualification saw the rise of the new aggro menace – Poppy Ziggs Burn.
Asher walks you through the Poppy Bandle Demacia deck that looks to win through dominant wide boards backed up by Rallies.
The tournament meta keeps evolving – pick one of these up-to-date lineups crafted by Agigas to secure the best chance for a Prime Glory this week!
While Darkness isn’t a Tier 1 deck at the moment because of its weakness to Poppy decks, it is still a potent list to climb with!
Dragon showcases a Noxus Shadow Isles control deck that relies on never-ending value from Catalogue of Regrets.
Fizz Nami is less popular than Zoe Nami, but Den believes that in terms of power level – it is fully on par.