League of Legends: 5 Best Supports on Patch 10.10

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Here are the 5 best supports on Patch 10.10 for carrying games and climbing the League of Legends solo queue ranked ladder!

It could be argued that supports are the most important champion in the bot lane on Patch 10.10 and in the current meta as they have full control of starting fights, peeling for their carry, and maintaining vision control around the dragon pit. In fact, in many cases the best supports in League of Legends can solo carry games through their positioning and roams alone.

So, if you want to join the elite and become a support main today, it would be wise to start off by playing one of the strongest five support champions on Patch 10.10:

5) Soraka

51.38% Win Rate | 8.7% Pick Rate | 3.8% Ban Rate

Here is our full breakdown of why Soraka has rapidly risen to the support S tier as a result of her Patch 10.10 buffs.

4) Bard

52.64% Win Rate | 7.3% Pick Rate | 2.4% Ban Rate

The Wandering Caretaker retains his place in the top five as he offers excellent early game damage, unmatched roaming potential, and a game-changing ultimate.

Getting the most out of Bard relies on your mastery of just two abilities. First, ensure you know how to perfectly time and direct Cosmic Binding in the laning phase to set up fights and catch out unsuspecting enemies. Second, learn the best spots to place a Magical Journey to flank opponents and quickly rotate around the map with your team.

3) Lulu

51.52% Win Rate | 15.4% Pick Rate | 10.1% Ban Rate

Lulu has suddenly appeared in the S tier as the priority on enchanter supports continues to rise. The Fae Sorceress is usually paired with hyper-carry marksmen to get the most of the spells in her kit, but her utility lends itself well to any bot lane partner.

Items are a key part of Lulu’s strengths as the correct build could be the difference between life and death for your AD carry. Ardent Censer and Redemption are key, but outside of that the choice is yours.

Grab Locket of the Iron Solari if the enemy team has plenty of potentially lethal burst damage. Purchase Mikael’s Crucible if your marksman is under threat of being locked down with deadly crowd control. Go for Shurelya’s Reverie if your team lacks engage tools and needs to close the gap between themselves and the opponents quickly.

2) Leona

50.26% Win Rate | 9.6% Pick Rate | 20.4% Ban Rate

Leona’s spells do very little damage physically, but their emotional damage is through the roof. The Radiant Dawn can single-handedly stun-lock a champion for a full 3 seconds if all her abilities are timed correctly.

In the late game, it could come down to you to start team fights on Leona as your teammates lack the tools and game sense to engage when required. If you’re far enough ahead, don’t be afraid to ult the first person you see. However, in normal circumstances, it would be far wiser to wait until an enemy carry walks into range before casting Solar Flare.

1) Blitzcrank

51.41% Win Rate | 9.8% Pick Rate | 19.2% Ban Rate

The most annoying support in League of Legends continues to dominate solo queue with a horrifying 51.41% win rate. Blitzcrank is a weak champion that offers very little in the mid game or during team fights. However, his Rocket Grab is insanely tilt-inducing.

There’s no set way or easy advice to avoid Blitzcrank’s hook, you simply have to have fast reactions and position yourself safely during the laning phase.

If you’re playing Blitzcrank, first of all, why? Second of all, be sure to time your approach to the enemy bot lane in line with when their ADC begins their auto attack animation, giving them less time to react to your Overdrive.

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Who do you think are the best supports on Patch 10.10? Which supports would you like to see buffed on Patch 10.11?