Today Sorry has a treat for all of us off-meta geeks - this Concurrent Timelines brew is truly some unique gameplay experience!
Time to go crazy with Mecha-Yordles - check out this list by Broken Ball, combining high-pressure Discard with Manifest value!
Pantheon Taric seems to be the best-performing Fated archetype so far! Learn more about the deck is this deck of the day article by Sorry!
Pantheon is about to land in Runeterra, and Sorry tries to convince us to get the hell out of the blast radius.
Sorry brings you a collection of the off-meta decks that all were part of various successful lineups during Open Rounds of the Seasonal Tournament.
Although Zoe Vi has never been a meta dominant deck, in the hands of a good player, it will hold its ground against many popular meta decks.
Jayce Lux is the best-performing version of Jayce's deck in the current meta - learn how to pilot it in the in-depth guide by Sorry.
With Draven Sion out of the meta, this fringe Lux deck is poised to come out of the shadows and do some busted things.
All-in mushroom archetype has not been considered meta for a while now - but the fun of it has always been there.
Day 1 of the new patch was full of experimentation and innovation - and it's no surprise that the PnZ inventors were in the spotlight.
Taric Poppy is a fun Tier 2 deck in the current meta that can take your opponents by surprise with the raw amount of board pressure it can apply.
Zoe Diana Atrocity is a fan favorite archetype of the past - and with the recent Targon buffs, it looks like it's ready to make a splashy return!
The Bandle Tree is one of the most dominant archetypes in this meta! The guide is updated for 'Between Worlds' Ranked season.
In 2.18, Draven Sion was targeted by two nerfs - to Twinblade Revenant, and to Draven himself. So how's the archetype been doing since?
Lurk fans rejoice! You've been waiting for so long, but your time has finally come.
If you've been playing Ranked in 2.18, you've probably alraeady seen your share of Dragons. And no surprises here - Shyvana Asol is our Deck of the Day!
Ready to start your climb in the new season? Sorry offers his top choices for the ranked right now during the week one!
Attacking the tournament meta paid off for some of the teams in LoR Masters Europe! Sorry found 6 decklists that could be the hidden gem in this expansion.
The quarterfinals of LoR Masters Europe: Chronicles of Bandlewood took place on Friday, and the top 8 countries battled it out in intense games for a spot in the semifinals on Sunday.
Sorry breaks down an intense game from the Group Stage of LoR Masters EU that will teach us the art of always playing to our outs.
This inventive Bandle Allegiance deck uses Tristana and Impact keyword in conjunction with spicy SI techs such as Splinter Soul and Atrocity.
Sorry brings you an overview of the best archetypes featuring new champions that will allow for conistent ladder climb.
Counting the hours until the next expansion is live? Take this fun Draven list for a spin - it will help pass the time.
If you want to style on your opponents with a skill-rewarding late-game deck that is still largely underrepresented, check out this guide to Viego Ionia by Sorry!
Tired of losing to leveled Sivir over and over again? Pick up one of these decks and turn the tables!
After the release of Sentinels of Light, the pairing of Sivir and Akshan in a tempo-based Ionia Shurima deck have started gaining traction.
Soldiers of Demacia! Give your Dragons deck a rest, there's a new exciting - and competitive - way to play in your favorite midrange style!
Here are the decks that have been the talk of this new expansion during the launch week!
Sorry presents another in-depth breakdown of the game that his team Lebanon played in LoR EU Masters.
Sorry breaks down the game his team Lebanon had in the Week 1 of LoR Masters Europe, piloting Shurima Overwhelm against TLC.
If you're looking for some sweet decks to show off your new Dark Star and Cosmic skins - we've got you covered!
To answer this question, Sorry spent last week testing various builds featuring Spectral Matron + Cithria, Lady of Clouds combo.
Here are the decks that caught our attention on the Day 1 of the new expansion.
Sorry brings you a collection of fringe decks that were part of successful lineups during day 1 of the Seasonal.
If you're seeing a ton of aggro at your ranks, here's a collection of fun anti-meta lists just for you!
This aggressive deck that uses Scouts and Rally effects is the best shell for Azir so far.
Nasus Thresh is a fun and so far very underplayed midrange deck that can carry you to Masters.