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League of Legends Secret Over Powered Champions

Updated on September 24, 2013

Many very powerful champions are sleeping in League of Legends. These champions are very strong but are overlooked by many. Champions that have great scaling and abilities that are just waiting to have a major comeback. This champs are waiting to be discovered and spammed by the courageous and innovative individuals.

Malphite: Malphite has extremely well scaling and an incredibly good late game. If you survive to late game you are able to just shift team fights and shut down ad carries. Malphite is overlooked by many but he is just waiting to have an epic comeback.

Tips for Malphite: Pick against Attack damage tops and only ult carries in team fights

AP Tristana: Ap Trist has the best ability power ratios in the game, because she is generally played as an ad. Her burst is strong and the passive on rocket jump allows for good dmg in team fights if you stay alive.

Zilean: Zilean is a great champion with a decent amount of damage and an over powered ultimate. He farms well, does good dmg, and has great utility to the team. Ganking is very good as well.

Tryndamere: Tryndamere was extremely popular not a great while back but he was nerfed a couple times which has caused him to fall out of favor. Although these nerfs hurt a little, Trynd is still extremely powerful and effective vs many match ups. His damage is extremely strong and laning is phenomenal.

Lulu: Lulu is a great champ with high burst and great crowd control. Not only is Lulu good bot lane as a support, but she is also good as a mid. Her mid lane is great and is favored in many match ups.

Poppy: Poppy top lane is outrageous. It is hard to lane against and her passive is one of the best passives in the game. Not only does poppy have a great laning phase but she always is able to take down carries easier than any other top lane. Poppy is the best anti carry in the game and I am shocked that she is not played every game.

Orianna: Ori is one the best mid lanes in the game and her lane game is unstoppable. Not only is her burst great but her shield is one of the best in the game. Ability power stacked and Orianna is a menace. After a few nerfs she fell out of favor, but she is destined for a comeback.

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      Wat 5 years ago

      I kinda agreed until AP tristana and totally lost it at poppy. AP tristana has weak laning because she can't shove lane back if the enemy pushes and goes for wraiths/gank. You will lose CS/xp and your side lanes will get ganked and there's nothing you can do. If you want a burst assassin caster you pick leblanc, not AP tristana. And I hope you realize that poppy is about the worst champion in lane unless you get lucky in a blind pick and your opponent picks nasus (although new nasus would prolly bash her head in). If enemy does anything but autoattack minions constantly in the lane poppy will be destroyed. She has no waveclear or ways to trade back until she finishes sheen + some sustain item. Her spells have too high of a mana cost and can't be comboed if enemy isn't standing next to a wall the whole time. A champion that is hardcountered by every other champion in lane is probably not the best sololaner. She's godlike lategame but her team will be demolished every time before that has any use unless you are playing against lvl 8 summoners

      Tryndamere, orianna and malphite have been really popular picks for months. AP lulu is favored as support because her forte is utility and being AP does not increase her utility by much (long range slow, hex, AoE knockup)

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      piopiopio 5 years ago

      i agree with poppy, her ult is just soooooooo good

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