League of Legends Tier List: The Best Champions in Patch 10.14

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We give our League of Legends tier list for Patch 10.14.

Patch 10.14 is probably going to go down as bringing back some of the most “pubstomp” champions into the League of Legends meta. With champions like Zed, Kha’Zix, and Riven getting buffed, the patch was highly-maligned by solo queue players, while pros were satisfied by nerfs to Ezreal, Varus, and Wukong. Our latest tier list for Patch 10.14 will reveal how much all those picks rose and fell in the meta.

Our aggregated League of Legends tier list pulled data from ten different sites around the internet to see how they each ranked the top champions in each role in Patch 10.14. From that, we are able to give our average ranking of each champion that was graded or listed in at least half of those tier lists. As always, you can find the link to all the underlying data here.

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Top Lane Tier List

S tier: Darius, Wukong, Jax, Fiora, Garen (⇒)
A+ tier: Volibear (⇓), Camille, Sett, Maokai (⇑⇒) 
A tier: Renekton (⇐), Shen, Malphite, Mordekaiser (⇓), Singed (⇑)
B tier: Teemo, Riven (⇑), Tryndamere, Nasus, Quinn, Kled, Rengar, Poppy, Urgot, Vladimir (⇑), Vayne (⇑), Ornn, Aatrox, Illaoi, Sion (⇑), Fiddlesticks (⇑), Kayle (⇑), Irelia (⇒), Gangplank (⇑⇒) 
C tier: Yorick (⇐), Hecarim (⇐⇓), Jayce, Gnar, Kennen (⇑), Cho’Gath, Sylas, Yasuo, Pantheon, Zac (⇑), Cassiopeia (⇑), Dr. Mundo, Akali (⇑⇒), Rumble (⇑⇒), Olaf (⇑⇒) 
D tier: Heimerdinger, Lucian, Ryze, Neeko (⇑)
F tier: Nocturne (*), Gragas, Warwick, Kayn (*), Shyvana (*), Kalista, Tahm Kench (*), Trundle (*)



  • * = new to the League of Legends tier list this patch
  • ⇑ = improved (rated at least one tier higher than the previous patch)
  • ⇓ = declined (rated at least one tier lower than the previous patch)
  • ⇐ = borderline-up (within 10% of being in the next-higher tier)
  • ⇒ = borderline-down (within 10% of being in the next-lower tier)

Rising Picks

Call it off-meta, but Fiddlesticks top is our biggest riser of all the top lane champions. He went from D tier to low-B tier in Patch 10.14 despite not receiving any buffs.

Dropping Picks

After receiving some significant buffs that brought him back into the meta, Urgot dropped slightly in this patch. He’s still in the B tier where he was last patch, but he’s more towards the mid-B than high-B range where he was.

Underrated Picks

Singed is the least-picked A tier top lane champion this patch, still with a pick rate under 2%. He’s clearly not a champion for everyone, but if you learn to play him Singed appears to be very effective this season.

Overrated Picks

While Aatrox and Irelia still languish in the B tier while still having top-ten pick rates among top laners (Aatrox is actually the most-picked top laner on Patch 10.14), they’re not the worst offenders this patch. Instead, it’s Jayce who is our pick for overrated top laner of the patch, rocking a 6.55% pick rate despite being in the C tier.

Buffed Champions


She’s dashing her way up the tier list following the buffs to her Passive’s damage. Now scaling better into the late game while also getting more bonus damage earlier, Riven went from C tier to mid-to-high B tier.

Nerfed Champions


He’s back in the meta, as an F tier champion, despite getting nerfs to his Frozen Domain’s bonus attack speed. The nerfs clearly weren’t targetted at his minuscule top lane presence, but more at his jungle.


Nerfs to his base attack speed and the damage on his Frenzied Maul knocked Volibear out of the S tier. Never fret Voli mains, he is still sitting pretty in the high-A+ tier for this patch after the nerfs.


Similarly, Wukong shrugged off the knock-up duration decrease on his ultimate. He’s still an S tier pick on Patch 10.14.