League of Legends: The 2021 One For All Tier List

Since the last time One for All Mode came out, back in Patch 10.7, six champions have been added to League of Legends – Lillia, Yone, Samira, Seraphine, and Viego. That’s not even counting the next League of Legends champion, Gwen, who will be dropping next patch. With all these new champions to play around with in One for All, we need to update our One for All tier list for 2021!

This One for All tier list is purely evaluating which champions would be fun to play in One for All. We will also account for champion difficulty, as many casual players will want to join up with their friends to play One for All.

D Tier

D-: Ivern, Elise, Kalista, Rek’Sai, Rell, Yuumi

D: Azir, Braum, Sejuani, Singed, Taric, Soraka, Thresh, Zac

D+: Aphelios, Caitlyn, Ryze, Tahm Kench, Zilean

All of these are simply not designed for One for All. A lot of these champions are just frustrating to play against and/or are wholly based around their utility. The others are incredibly squishy and would really benefit from having tanks in front of them.

This is where Rell, one of the newer champions ends up. Unfortunately, without some damage to back her up, Rell can’t really do anything. At least Tahm Kench and Zilean can build some damage.

C Tier

C-: Ashe, Evelynn, Fiddlesticks, Katarina, Kindred, Nami, Nidalee, Rammus, Tristana, Vayne

C: Alistar, Anivia, Aurelion Sol, Cassiopeia, Corki, Draven, Gangplank, Hecarim, Janna, Karma, Leona, Lillia, Ornn, Rengar, Rumble, Skarner, Syndra, Taliyah, Twisted Fate, Varus, Viktor, Xerath, Ziggs

C+: Bard, Jinx, Kog’Maw, Lissandra, Lulu, Nautilus, Nunu & Willump, Senna, Sivir, Udyr, Vladimir, Warwick, Zoe

Most of these champions have some play-making capacity in their kits, setting them apart from the D tier champions. However, like D tier, most of them are going to be tough to pilot in a composition without tanks or utility. Lillia falls into this category, as she’s a great utility champion but she really prefers to have some setup and damage to follow up her sleep.

The One for All Tier List is updated for 2021!

B Tier

B-: Blitzcrank, Galio, Gnar, Gragas, Kassadin, LeBlanc, Mordekaiser, Orianna, Qiyana, Sett, Shaco, Twitch, Veigar

B: Aatrox, Akali, Ezreal, Kai’Sa, Kayle, Kha’Zix, Lucian, Malzahar, Master Yi, Shyvana, Swain, Sylas

B+: Annie, Camille, Cho’Gath, Jayce, Kayn, Nasus, Olaf, Pantheon, Poppy, Shen, Viego, Zyra

These champions can be incredibly strong against the right compositions, but if the enemy team picks a champion that just counters yours it will be massively unfun. Just imagine playing Master Yi into a team full of Rammus’s or Malphites.

That’s why Viego ends up in the B tier. A team of Viegos into a team of Udyrs is far more appealing than a team full of Lissandras or Kindreds.

A Tier

A-: Amumu, Brand, Fiora, Fizz, Graves, Illaoi, Irelia, Jarvan IV, Lee Sin, Maokai, Miss Fortune, Morgana, Pyke, Seraphine, Riven, Tryndamere, Vel’Koz, Vi

A: Diana, Kennen, Neeko, Nocturne, Quinn, Rakan, Renekton, Sona, Talon, Urgot, Xin Zhao, Zed

A+: Jhin, Kled, Lux, Samira, Sion, Volibear, Yorick

These champions all can succeed against almost any enemy comps. Plus, almost all of these champions have huge playmaking ability or some way to mitigate their own weaknesses.

Samira lands in the high A tier, as she has incredible mobility and safety, but her squishiness still prevents her from being S tier. Another new champion, Seraphine, ends up in the A tier because of her ability to build pure support or damage.

S Tier

S-: Dr. Mundo, Garen, Heimerdinger, Jax, Malphite, Yone

S: Ahri, Darius, Ekko, Trundle, Wukong, Yasuo

S+: Karthus, Teemo

If you’re just a bad person, you’re probably picking one of these champions. They might not be the strongest champions in solo queue, but they’re a nightmare to face in One for All. Just like his brother, Yone fits into the S tier because of his hilarious playmaking and ability to enter and exit fights.