ARURF: 20 best URF champions to get in All Random URF

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Our boy Blitz is similar to Alistar in the sense that he is normally a support who suddenly becomes a one-shotting machine in URF.

Blitzcrank already has a crazy powerful kit, but the one thing that holds it back from being broken is long cooldowns. But, as you already know, cooldowns are basically nonexistent in URF.

Players are usually terrified whenever they have to face off against a Blitzcrank, and that’s because they get an unnerving amount of anxiety from the threat of his hooks. However, his hook usually has as very long cooldown which gives you a window to play around, but it’s an ability that becomes spammable every second in URF. He will eventually land a hook, and when he does, you’re dead (hello, powerful ultimate that is always up).

On top of that, Blitzcrank has the ability to fly around the map with his W. In normal games, the speed up later gives you a big speed decrease once it is complete, but that doesn’t happen in URF because Blitz can spam it to never end. He will win if you get in a race.


Ekko has been one of the most unhealthy champions in the entire existence of League, so it’s a no-brainer that he is also busted in URF.

You don’t have to worry about tank Ekko or anything else gimmicky because URF makes Ekko players want to go full damage and spam all of their abilities. Unfortunately, once you start dealing with that for a bit, you will be wishing that tank Ekko was the meta for URF.

Ekko’s Q might be the most annoying ability in this game mode, and his mobility is simply absurd. In addition to all of that, his ultimate is always up, giving him chances to do whatever he wants with the ability to rewind time like it never happened.