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LoL: Winners And Losers Of Preseason 11 – Support Edition


Dec 10, 2020

Who said supports can’t carry?

Preseason has settled down and Riot doesn’t plan on making any big changes before Season 11. Get a head start on your competition by learning the meta and picking the champions that won the preseason.

S Tier – Champions that you should pick if they aren’t banned

Leona – The damage and the utility

  • Extremely tanky support that can lock-down people forever.
  • Long-range ultimate allows for high pressure in lane.
  • Can one v one enemy bot laner with Mythic.

Morgana – The anti-meta support

  • Spellshield to protect her bot laner.
  • Hard CC bind that is good at shutting down engages.
  • Falls off late game against QSS.

Thresh – One-hook One-kill

  • High-lane pressure with strong bush control.
  • Strong set-up with lantern.
  • Extremely good at helping teams control objectives.


A Tier – Champions that are strong, but require a little more work to pull off

The splash art for League of Legends champion Lulu with the Dragon Trainer Lulu skin, a Yordle jumping through a forest with baby dragons

Lulu – The face-roll support

  • Straightforward kit to help your teammates survive.
  • Enables carries who are fed on your team, not just your laner.
  • Good at shutting down assassins.

Janna – The auto-win support

  • Provides passive movement speed.
  • Strong peel against divers.
  • Synergizes best with traditional ADCs.

Mao’kai – the AP carry tree

  • Can win lane off of cheesing with saplings.
  • Strong bush control with saplings and Q.
  • Can lose all-ins against engage supports.

B Tier – Viable, but have less impact than higher tiers

The splash art for League of Legends champion Brand, a flaming humanoid shooting fire out of his hands

Brand – The “I’ll do it myself” support

  • Can 1v2 lane with high base damage.
  • Strong team fighting with ultimate.
  • Provides little utility to the team.

Nautilus – The chain CC champion

  • Wins lane off of one hook.
  • One-dimensional champion who excels at going in.
  • Can become useless if behind.

Yuumi – Autopilot cat

  • Can support the whole team.
  • Hyperscales into late game.
  • Strong poke.

Losers of the Preseason (Don’t play these champions)

The splash art for League of Legends champion Braum, a muscular happy looking man holding a giant shield in the frozen north

Braum – Better off in competitive

  • Low lane pressure.
  • Underwhelming damage and tankiness.
  • Requires champions to auto-attack for passive.

Lux – AP mage support

  • Weak lane phase that easily gets punished.
  • Itemizes full damage.
  • Can struggle to pressure against meta engage supports.

Karma – The enchanter that doesn’t heal

  • Outshined by counterpart enchanters.
  • ADCs that synergize with Karma aren’t meta.

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