Random7 brought a triple Bandle Tree lineup to Worlds Qualifiers last weekend - and this Twisted Fate build has not dropped a game.
While everyone out there is on the Zoe Nami train, Izzet Tinkerer embraced the spirit of the Daring Poro and paired Nami with Piltover!
It's official - Bandle Tree is not a meme, but a competitive meta archetype in its own right.
If you're looking for a fun deck built around Ziggs, check out this list crafted by Dragon!
Bandle City offers a fun new take on the Mushroom archetype. How it compares to the Hexcore Freljord deck of old?
Turns out, Bandle City is one of the best regions when it comes to creating cards! Viktor definitely approves, and so is Shane.
Lux is a spell-oriented control champion that has struggled to find a good pairing for a long time. Is Senna here to save the Demacian mage?
This new Discard-oriented archetype has established itself as one of the most succesful decks in the early Beyond the Bandlewood meta.
Den is loving so far how Poppy transformed the good old Lulu Rally Elusives archetype.
Fizz and Nami are definitely ruling the seas after day 1 of the expansion!
The Darkness archetype has been showing some real promise - check out this list that BBG quickly took to Diamond on day 1 of the expansion!
Counting the hours until the next expansion is live? Take this fun Draven list for a spin - it will help pass the time.
Akshan keeps finding new creative ways to beat up some scoundrels - this time, partnering with Viktor for some Augment synergies.
Discard Aggro is not as straightwforward as you might think and can easily switch gears to adapt to an unfavorable meta.
We haven't heard from Fiora all summer, but now it seems like she is back from her vacation!
Meta is starting to forget about Fizz, so you'd better remind them!
In today's deck of the day, Shane presents his proud creation - Akshan Taliyah Midrange!
Elusives never disappear from the meta for too long - it is a strategy that will never go out of fashion in Legends of Runeterra.
Gangplank Sejuani is a very old archetype dating back to Rising Tides, but it has never felt as powerful as in nowadays' meta.
Karma buffs in Patch 2.11 and the perfect Ruined skin that was released with the Sentinels event have contributed to a notable Spooky Karma resurgence.
Viego is one of the strongest late-game champions in the game, and Ionia is a perfect region to help him live out his dream.
This hidden gem of a list was originally built by BBG at the start of the expansion, but remains largely underplayed.
Meet Twisted Fate Sejuani, also known as "Sivir Killer"!
A scary infinite combo deck has been discovered! It can recast Akshan's Fount of Power several times, making all your cards cost 0 mana!
Check out this fun midrange list featuring Jae Medarda, brewed by our Discord community member Arachnophile.
From the lore perspective, The List spell is connected to Pyke - but in the game it is MF and Renek who actually seem to have the bigger interest in it.
If you enjoy burn decks that can switch between pressure and control depending on the matchup, check out Piltoveran Pirates!
Looking for a flexible skill-intensive deck that requires a lot of forethought and planning? Shane has discovered a list that will certainly satisfy you.
It is totally possible to reach Masters with Taliyah Malphite in this patch, as demonstrated by GrandpaRoji.
With the buffs to Taric and Mountain Sojourners, there's now a new competitive way to build Demacia midrange.
Pirate Aggro is back in full force in Patch 2.11 meta - Gangplank's cannons can be heard all over the ladder.
Why limit yourselves to six champions per deck when you can have all of them with The Howling Abyss?
Today we feature another reborn archetype, the inception of which goes as back as Rising Tides expansion!
Elnuks are back! Ezreal joins forces with Troop of Elnuks to carry this midrange archetype that once dominated LoR.