LoL Ultimate SpellBook Tier List [All Ranked]

Everything You Need to Know Before Unleashing the New Ultimate SpellBook

Update: Our Tier list is updated as per the recent patch Update 14.6.

The extraordinary League of Legends game mode, Ultimate SpellBook, is back again with its latest 12.13 patch, and guess what? It’s certainly no less exciting than any time before. This time, players must equip not three but four ultimates for themselves.

Key Highlights
  • The League of Legends’ very hyped game mode, Ultimate Spellbook, consists of up to 80 characters in total. 
  • These characters rank below firstly based on their overall versatility, power, and usefulness across multiple LoL situations. 
  • Secondly, Ultimates are given significant consideration too.
  • LoL Ultimate SpellBook characters that offer awesome Ultimates include Jhin, Irelia, Diana, Lee Sin, Yone, Tahm Kench, Annie, Ahri, Cassiopeia, and Kha’Zix.
  • These all-rounders characters will instantly flip any fighting situation with a minimum investment of time and effort required.
  • New Narrator, Jarvan IV, Zoe, and Taliyah, however, perform the opposite.

Here’s a summarized table for LOL’s Ultimate spellbook’s tier list:

LoL Ultimate SpellBook Tier List Champions Ranking Table
Tiers Champions
S-Tier Annie, Ahri, Cassiopeia, Camille, Kayn, Kha’Zix, Malzahar, Vi, Skarner, and Yone 
A-Tier Ashe, Amumu, Cait, Bard, Ekko, Kindred, Gangplank, Lissandra, Lux, Lulu, Mord, Maokai, Neeko, Orianna, Renata, Rakan, Shen,, Seraphine, Sylas, Varus, and Urgot 
B-Tier Dr. Mundo, Diana, Fiddle, Evelynn, Gnar, Jinx, Gragas, Kayle, Lucian, Lee Sin, Morgana, Miss Fortune, Olaf, Soraka, Senna, Vex, Vel’Koz, and Xerath 
C-Tier Azir, Blitz, Corki, Cho’Gath, Ezreal, Karthas, Gwen, Fizz, Garen, Jhin, Nasus, Nunu, Nocturne, Poppy, Rengar, Quinn, Ryze, Syndra, Singed, Tristana, Talon, Viktor, Xin Zhao, and Xayah 
D-Tier New Narrator, Jarvan IV, Zoe, and Taliyah 

A player’s choice will last throughout the game; therefore, we’ll be helping you make the most informed decision early on. Ultimate SpellBook 2023 tier list relies on various factors, including versatility, usefulness, and all-around power of LoL characters. Without delaying it any further, let’s get into it!

LoL Ultimate Spellbook Tier List 

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Ultimate SpellBook Tier Ranking Explained!

The SpellBook tier list comprises five tiers that go as: 

S-Tier 

The S-tier dwellers are the ones who most deserve a spot in a winning team because they are actually those who will lead you to triumph in the first place. These champions house incredibly robust ultimates that can flip the battle instantly with minimum effort required. Add the S-tier Ultimate SpellBook units in any team composition to see the team win like never before! 

  • Annie
  • Ahri
  • Cassiopeia
  • Camille
  • Kayn
  • Kha’Zix
  • Malzahar
  • Vi
  • Skarner
  • Yone

A-Tier

These characters are readily available, and given that they are almost similar to the S-tier fellas, A-tier characters are the most often picked in the current meta. A-tier characters still rank below the number 1’s of my Ultimate SpellBook’s tier list due to a few drawbacks, but they have a lot of utility on offer. 

They can easily outnumber a bunch of strong enemies. All in all, if you find no character to choose from in the S-tier, the ones listed below should be your top priority then. 

  • Ashe
  • Amumu
  • Cait
  • Bard
  • Ekko
  • Kindred
  • Gangplank
  • Lissandra
  • Lux
  • Lulu
  • Mord
  • Maokai
  • Neeko
  • Orianna
  • Renata
  • Rakan
  • Shen,
  • Seraphine
  • Sylas
  • Varus
  • Urgot

B-Tier

Characters ranked here are less recommended due to their slightly compromised versatility and general effectiveness in battles relative to the ones you just met above. These Ultimate SpellBook units can, however, manifest their own play sometimes, consequently proving to be an essential team part. Nevertheless, they are not the pick you should rely on if staying in Ultimate SpellBook for a longer span is your goal.  

  • Dr. Mundo
  • Diana 
  • Fiddle
  • Evelynn
  • Gnar
  • Jinx
  • Gragas
  • Kayle
  • Lucian
  • Lee Sin
  • Morgana
  • Miss Fortune
  • Olaf
  • Soraka
  • Senna
  • Vex
  • Vel’Koz
  • Xerath

C-Tier 

C-tier units fall into the weaker collection of my Ultimate SpellBook tier list, but I won’t say that they are entirely non-worthless. Long-time expert players can still take risks and experiment to find viability in these. Those new to LoL and who want to stick to the safer road are recommended not to come close to these options.

  • Azir, Blitz
  • Corki
  • Cho’Gath
  • Ezreal
  • Karthas
  • Gwen
  • Fizz
  • Garen
  • Jhin
  • Nasus
  • Nunu
  • Nocturne
  • Poppy
  • Rengar
  • Quinn
  • Ryze
  • Syndra
  • Singed
  • Tristana
  • Talon
  • Viktor
  • Xin Zhao
  • Xayah

D-Tier

This is the least recommended tier of the list. In fact, I will urge you to avoid the Ultimate SpellBook characters listed below the most you can as they are simply unable to compete with other units and hence are not viable in the current meta. 

  • New Narrator
  • Jarvan IV
  • Zoe
  • Taliyah

Best Champions In LoL Ultimate Spellbook  

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Best Champions of Ultimate SpellBook Tier List

With a bunch of different power combinations within each unit, it’s inevitable to get past characters in Ultimate SpellBook who display a better show of strength than the rest. Here are some of the top high-performing characters of patch 12.13 who will surely increase your chances of triumph in a breeze. 

Champion What Makes it the best?
Yone Versatile with any ultimate combination due to innate mobility and mana-less abilities. Soul Unbound ability surprises enemies while ensuring safety.
Lee Sin Mana-less and mobile, ideal for effectively displacing enemies using various champion ultimates.
Diana Excels with AP Assassin ultimates like Morgana, Nocturne, or Ahri. Combos well with Lissandra for extended melee stance duration.
Irelia Agile duelist adaptable with any ultimate combination. Enhanced damage output with crowd control and mobility effects.
Jhin Proficient in long-range combat, especially with Curtain Call and Deadly Flourish. Ideal for weakening and eliminating opponents when paired with global ultimates.
Darius Despite lacking mobility, thrives with initiation-focused ultimates like Olaf, Jarvan, or Rengar for powerful melee attacks.
Ekko Burst damage dealer and agile on the battlefield. Combos well with damage-focused units or champions with crowd control for maximum impact.
Zac Solid tank with wide range and crowd control abilities. Best paired with champions like Gragas, Azir, or Rell for effective engagement and control.
Aatrox Relentless fighter with crowd control abilities. Combos well with ultimates like Tryndamere or Morgana for enhanced dueling and team fighting.
Tahm Kench Shifted focus from Devour to robust dueling. Effective when paired with ultimates enabling deep engagement or keeping foes close.

Criteria

Employing the same criteria as I have been for a while, eXputer brings to the well-updated and most definitive Ultimate SpellBook’s tier list in 2024. A lot of time was invested in research and collaboration with both rookies and long-time League of Legends players to put forth a reliable hierarchy for you.  

Our team analyzed every niche-based choice as well as each outcome of the Ultimate SpellBook. Not to mention that I relied heavily on in-field effectiveness of elements along with their strengths and weaknesses also put into an account with the least amount of bias. 

That said, my list is a go-to for players who don’t want to undergo a hefty character selection process but instead want to enter Ultimate SpellBook as early as possible. You will be able to get the right gear needed to make a successful start as the hierarchy tells you the respective performances of each unit in the game. 

It’s fine if some of you disagree with any part of my ranking, as it’s perfectly natural to have a different opinion. Every player owns their own specific playstyle hence varying preferences. Nevertheless, most of my Ultimate SpellBook hierarchy is based on popular beliefs, ultimately allowing very few disagreements.  

Anyways, you can always turn up in the comment sections open for constructive debate but closed to criticism. I will try getting back to you as soon as I can! I hope you enjoy your time in LoL’s fantastic realm of Ultimate SpellBook.

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Muhammad Sanan Khan is a Tier List expert on eXputer who loves to talk and write about everything related to video games. He has half a decade's worth of experience writing for video games and is also the founder of TopTierList, a website dedicated to Tier Lists and rankings only. For some reason, Sanan is obsessed with ranking things and researching what's best. Learn some more about Sanan's gaming journey on his Steam profile.

Experience: 5+ Years || Founder at TopTierList || Mainly Covers Tier Lists on eXputer || Education: BBA.

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