Wild Rift Tier List: All Champions Ranked [2022]

League of Legends Wild Rift Now at Your Fingertips!

League of Legends fan, eh? In that case, you will most probably be fretting about Wild Rift right now. Please sit back and relax, as our Wild Rift tier list will take you into a complete breakdown of the best in-game characters and how they all rank. 

While many LoL champions might expect to welcome their former favorites here, we dismally affirm that not many top characters manage to stack up in Wild Rift’s 70-unit roster. But that’s again something we’ve already covered up for you. 

Wild Rift Tier List Characters Ranking Table 
Role/Ability S+ TierS-Tier A-TierB-TierC-Tier
Baron Wukong, Renekton, Darius, Garen, Riven, Camille Galio, Jayce, Shen, Sett, Gragas, Fiora, IreliaOlaf, Graves, Sion, Malphite, Akali, Kennen, Pantheon, Nasus, Dr. MundoTryndamere, SingedTeemo, Kayle
Mid LanerKarma, Ahri, Kassadin, DianaIrelia, Gragas, Katarina, Twisted Fate, Yasuo, Veigar, Zed, Ziggs, Orianna, Lucian, CorkiAkali, Akshan, Jayce, Fizz, Singed, Brand, Annie, Morgana, Ekko, Kennen, Lux, Aurelion SolSeraphine, Kayle
JunglerKha’Zix, Olaf, Lee Sin, Wukong, ShyvanaFiora, Gragas, Morgana, Xin Zhao, Vi, Nautilus, Riven, Evelynn, IreliaRengar, Pantheon, Graves, Camille, Jax, Amumu, Master Yi, Nunu & Willump, Jarvan IV, RammusTryndamere, Dr. Mundo
ADC Kai’Sa, Lucian, Caitlyn, Xayah, EzrealJinx, Varus, Tristana, Draven, Vayne, SamiraMiss Fortune, Ashe, Jhin, Orianna, Ziggs, Lux, Seraphine, Morgana, KarmaAkshan, Brand, VeigarSenna
Support Nami, Yuumi, KarmaRakan, Lulu, Janna, Alistar, Nautilus, ThreshBraum, Galio, Lux, Seraphine, Soraka, Sona, SennaSett, Morgana, ShenBlitzcrank

Together we will look into how every unit outputs so you quickly find a perfect replacement to ace your role. Meanwhile, you can also tune in to see any of our other League of Legends tier lists

Top Lane tier list and Mid Lane tier list, for instance, are an excellent start. Otherwise, you can go all the way to the LoL Ultimate SpellBook tier list

Wild Rift Rankings Explained 

Wild Rift all tiers ranked
Wild Rift Tier Rankings

The Wild Rift of League of Legends groups its heroes into five distinct roles. These include the tanky Barons, damage-oriented ADC, and some LoL-like roles such as Junglers, Support, and Mid. To keep up with this mechanism, we have also shaped our tier list like that. 

Note that we haven’t split our ranking into separate sections for each role. Instead, we have clearly highlighted what character belongs to what role. This way, our readers can effortlessly find a Wild Rift hero that meets their demands. 

Also, because numerous Wild Rift players are fit enough to perform more than a single role at once, the divisions that we have made will also help you understand how such characters rank across different roles. 

All in all, be prepared to welcome one character across multiple tiers because not every Wild Rift unit is not extraordinary enough to rank with its every build in the top tiers (but some really do!). Anyways, here’s what you should know about each Wild Rift role: 

Baron lane units are those gigantic Wild Rift tanks built especially for one-on-one melee combats. But that’s true till the initial stages of the game only as in the mid-game, Barons tend to perform as even worthy team-protectors who roam throughout the battle arena, harming foes who might affect the ally team’s carry. 

ADC heroes, or what they are usually called “Carry” units, are classified as the ranged buddies of Wild Rift. These heroes usually occupy the dragon lane and inflict massive physical as well as magical damage. 

The ADCs do this with the help of their sturdy basic attacks and nothing extraordinary. However, it’s also worth noting here that Wild Rift ADCs come with a downside of middling endurance, unlike Barons, the champions in terms of defense. 

Junglers in Wild Rift like filling up the grassy hills found between lanes and are usually seen looting bosses for helpful buffs and, of course, EXP. Units belonging to this role can typically manifest massive burst damage while also coupling it with their high mobility. Together all the strengths make Junglers perfect patrolling heroes who will punish any enemy caught between the lanes.

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Support fellas are found lurking in the ADC’s shadow, loading them up with enough mana, heals as well as buffs for crowd control. Despite having innumerable foes after their lives, Support units try their best to stay alive, so the ally team keeps going well. 

Mid-laners usually play as mage-type units in the team. They manifest a pretty acceptable range and decent sustained hitting potential and, with time, become pros in dealing massive area damage. Players will see them casting sturdy spells from safe spots to weaken their opponents just enough. 

S+ Tier 

The S- tier champions are currently the best units of Wild Rift who prove incredibly versatile in battle arenas and are very powerful. These heroes are one, very difficult to outnumber, and two, can perform more than a single role in order to carry and win the match easily. 

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Wild Rift Characters Role 
DianaMid Laner
KassadinMid Laner
Lee SinJungler
AhriMid Laner
KarmaMid Laner


Not the number one champions of our Wild Rift tier list but indeed the most superb picks of the entire roster. S-tier heroes are the best in whatever they are employed for. They are robust and practical and possess the abilities to carry the game (and mostly win, too!). 

Wild Rift Characters Role 
GalioMid Laner
YasuoMid Laner
Twisted FateMid Laner
Xin ZhaoJungler
KatarinaMid Laner
IreliaMid Laner
GragasMid Laner
LucianMid Laner
OriannaMid Laner
ZiggsMid Laner
ZedMid Laner
VeigarMid Laner
CorkiMid Laner


Sturdy Wild Rift characters who, though will render lower impact than the S+ and S tier dweller, can ace even better if employed in the right situation. Nevertheless, players can use the A-tier units with most compositions. Again, they do possess a high skill maximum but still lack in damage and utility compared to the top two-tier rankings. 

Wild Rift Characters Role 
SingedMid Laner
FizzMid Laner
JayceMid Laner
AkshanMid Laner
AkaliMid Laner
KennenMid Laner
EkkoMid Laner
Jarvan IVJungler
MorganaMid Laner
AnnieMid Laner
Miss FortuneADC
Dr. MundoBaron
BrandMid Laner
Nunu & WillumpJungler
LuxMid Laner
Master YiJungler
Aurelion SolMid Laner


We would say these units are pretty decent in terms of damage but, of course, lack in matching their impact with the champions of the higher tiers. However, for particular objectives and at specific areas on the map, B-tier units in Wild Rift can shine brighter than expected. 

Nevertheless, don’t expect these to collect the necessary damage or even CC needed to carry a game and ultimately win.

Wild Rift Characters Role 
Dr. MundoJungler
KayleMid Laner
SeraphineMid Laner


The C-tier champions of our tier list are the most specific-to-their-playstyle kind of characters you will meet in Wild Rift. They offer minimal benefits to employing players hence the most probable units to struggle to win games. 

Wild Rift Characters Role 

Best Wild Rift Characters 

Best of Wild Rift
Best Characters of Wild Rift Tier list

Skimming through tier lists is mostly about finding the best companions throughout your favorite games. Haven’t you found someone yet? No worries if your answer is known because exactly why we will be highlighting some of the Wild Rift’s top picks in depth down below. 

Here’s everything about the best LoL champions from our Wild Rift tier list, so you don’t have to surf extra time finding them: 

Baron Lane 

Barons LoL Wild Rift
Best Baron Lane Units of Wild Rift


The Solo Laner/Baron champ, also called the Might of Demacia at times, Garen is a high damage, tanky champion of Wild Rift. This AD buddy is clever enough to swiftly get through aggressive enemy crowds, killing the fiercest ones instantly. 

Though many give credit to Garen’s other skills for his spectacular performance, we think it’s the Courage item that weakens every incoming damage for some time while also helping Garen muster some endurance to crowd control.

During the early game, we would say Garen performs okayish, but as soon as the team enters the main mid-phase, this character reaches heights of tankiness like never before. He offers decent base damage for a start and, surprisingly, enough defenses.

However, employing players needs to make sure they always stick the entire team together and not get caught. Anyways Black Cleaver is Garen’s lucky charm that can give him a fine damage potential and some added tank stats to boost up the survivability game. 

The item’s passives also sync perfectly with the rest of Garen’s build, as players will then be able to weaken their opponent’s armor while also enjoying additional auto attack movement speed. 

Not quite interested in the Black Cleaver? Well, you can always go with the Hullbreaker, then.  Whatever your choice is, Garen will always prove to be a very easy-to-maneuver type of Wild Rift champion, especially great for embarking on a winning team’s start. 

Overall, he is a bulky tank who’s powerful enough to get through every lethal damage that comes his way while also carrying your team.


This is another Baron lane champion who does ok in the starting phase but in the laning phase becomes highly dreadful to the enemies (not you!). This happens due to the massive mobility that Riven packs coming from the Valor and Broken Wings. 

And, of course, we can’t miss the Blade of the Exile that giving Riven severely massive burst damage simply turns her into one heck of a champion to play with. Riven also induces excellent 1-on-1 power as soon as the team hits level 5. 

Though players usually choose to play Riven as a solo laner, given the incredible damage output on offer, gutsy ones often choose the jungle role to challenge Riven’s hidden potential to its core. In that case, the playstyle and build are supposed to be similar. 

However, the only difference lies in the fact that the runes are pretty off, and employers need to carry the Smite summoner spell all time. Nevertheless, Riven will be wielding a combo of both tank and damage items, just like every Baron player, no matter the role. 

Black Cleaver, for instance, is Riven’s go-to as it grants her enough attack damage, health, and the much-needed ability haste; as a result, increasing her say in utilizing nifty abilities. Or maybe you would want to wield the Divine Sunderer item instead. 

Unlike Black Cleaver, this item helps improve health whenever Riven’s up for auto-attacking her foes. All in all, this solo laner is an enjoyable unit to go with given the interesting outplays on offer and, how can we forget, MASSIVE damage renderence and mobility.


Here comes the Solo Lane Bruiser of our tier list, who perform almost as the best of all Wild Rift characters if played well with passives. However, when the passive game’s not strong, Darius the Baron laner will still perform extraordinarily for you, given his reliability across all stages.

Sticking to the story behind passives first, Darius significantly benefits from Hemorrhage as it helps him stack up as much as possible, consequently allowing him to deal massive auto attack damage. 

That said, this unit employs a well-balanced kit of both tank and damage-oriented items to couple well with all passives. For instance, Darius wields the Black Cleaver like his solo lane buddy Garen to enjoy a lot of Attack Damage and Max Health. 

Sterak’s Gage is also a decent tank item that players might want to employ, given the offered health perk at crucial instances and a protective shield to keep Darius alive longer. 

All in all, Darius is a decent starter unit to have onboard, especially if wielders know how to cash the right Darius-pro opportunity. The late game, however, is the most interesting, or we would say, the best phase for utilizing Darius. 

Just make sure that you have all the essential items that Darius will most need, and this fun champion will prove to be the best companion you’d ever manage to have.


Junglers LoL Wild Rift
Best Jungle Lane Units of Wild Rift


This fighter performs best as a jungler who, though seems pretty lackluster early on, is one heck of a player to have by your side in Wild Rift. Yes, players will seriously struggle due to the absence of mobility as well as damage till Shyvana hits at least level 5. 

After that, and of course, once having the Ultimate, Dragon’s Descent, Shyvana is literally all heaven. Just wait until she triggers her max fury and changes the ultimate into one beast of a dragon in no time, swelling all your skills/abilities in a second. 

Players will also be granted special boosts on targeting certain dragons, making the upgrade game even more remarkable. Anyways, Shyvana is also known to manifest great combos of tank and AD elements that let her inflict tremendous damage and induce enough endurance.

We recommend picking the Trinity Force as the core item with Shyvana, that too, early in the game, as it will grant her all the vital stats and couple well with decent passives such as the Rage and  Spellblade. 

Otherwise, consider employing Blade of the Ruined King, which will help the unit survive longer and achieve faster auto-attack and consequently quicker  Ultimate activation. All in all, Shyvana is an excellent investment if Jungler is your preferred role of play. 

Learning her abilities is straightforward, given the massive impact they can make on the entire game. However, you need to compromise on the beginning gaps. The further you get into the game, and if dragons are already by your side, with Shyvana, you can become one hell of a threat to everyone!


This is one of the most versatile characters in Wild Rift. Wukong plays extraordinarily as both Jungler and Baron, so much so that players get confused when building him up. He is surprisingly mobile and robust in terms of attack damage dealing.

Unlike most Wild Rift S+ tier units, Wukong is pretty sturdy from the beginning of the game, especially when it comes to one-on-one combatting and clearing the enemies. 

Employing players are also offered additional perks for early games that can be used to snowball ally lanes. As far as mid-game and late matches are concerned, Wukong performs beastly there too. 

For instance, he has the Cyclone ultimate for manifesting excellent crowd control, consequently emerging to be a definite game-changer for the entire team. Nevertheless, besides being a great Jungler, Wukong is also a top-lane hero. 

When in the baron mode, he is very much about being a front-line tank than anything else. Players can assemble more than a few defensive items while also stacking AD elements like Grasp of the Undying along to stay alive longer in team fights.

Black Cleaver is also a piece of tremendous tanky equipment that one can have with Wukong. Otherwise, Divine Sunderer can grant him enough tankiness as well as damage stats. 

Are you not interested yet? Well, then you can also go with the usual Spellblade passive as it syncs decently with this character’s almost all abilities and skills, especially the Golden Staff.

All in all, mostly every player will love boarding this monkey king as their starter Wild Rift buddy if they want to ace as a jungler. He’s got some nifty yet easy-to-handle abilities onboard that can cause massive havoc on the battlefield for your foes.

Lee Sin

Here comes another AD jungler, the exceptionally mobile Blind Monk, Lee Sin. This character will earn you one of the most straightforward and fun to experience early games as he’s excellent in clearing as well as 1 vs. 1 type of battles just like his friend Wukong. 

Unlike Wukong, the king of whatever Wild Rift throws at him, Lee Sin does show some decline in the late game. But that’s too ok as players can make up for it by playing an aggressive jungler early game and achieving an early benefit.

Another mutual skill between the monkey king Wukong and Lee Sin is strategically combining a tank and AD items to boost excellent damage output and survivability. For a start, Lee Sin has Youmuu’s Ghostblade for dishing massive attack damage. 

Players can also employ Black Cleaver to weaken the opponent’s armor and achieve superb movement speed. This item couples perfectly with Lee Sin’s passives granting him added mobility to surf around the map quicker than most. 

All in all, Wild Rift players who’d like to work their way forward through the jungle faster than anyone else should definitely choose Lee Sin. He is very fast in clearing the scene off while aggressively tackling the scuttle crabs of the rivers.

Just by jumping over all obstacles and displaying a series of flashy scenes, Lee Sin of Wild Rift tier will carry the entire team to the end game in seconds! That said, if you choose to go with him, we’ll recommend you begin at Red Brambleback. 

This way, you will not have to suffer from losing a lot of health during clearing since there’s not enough mana onboard. 

Mid Lane 

Mid Laners LoL Wild Rift
Best Mid-Lane Units of Wild Rift


Ahri, the Nine-Tailed Fox, is an AP mage assassin, primarily known as a hero of Wild Rift’s mid-lane. Her best shots include awesome wave clear, excellent crowd control, and bursting foes. Performing a single target attack is, however, Ahri’s most famous action. 

The champion does this via her Charm coupled with numerous other skills that together inflict more damage than expected. 

Nevertheless, wielding players have to wait until level 5 to really experience Ahri’s potential, automatically inferring that she’s not a character you’d like to start with.  

Anyways, the option to induce Spirit Rush with Ahri will force most players to wait until that, as Ahri can then sprint, dash and kill just about any target you choose to throw at her. Despite the aggression and mobility, Ahri is still a pretty safe hero to play with. 

As far as ability items are concerned, players will like how Ahri syncs well with most of them. But because Ahri’s primary source of output is these items, we will recommend you to choose wisely. Luden’s Echo, for instance, is great for stocking extra ability power, ability haste, and mana.

It’s also the sole item to have a powerful enough passive that wipes off minion waves. Moreover, players can also choose the Void Staff or Rabadon’s Deathcap for extra ability power. 

All in all, this unit is indeed very versatile for the late Wild Rift phase, as she can perform more than a single role at once. The early game is not too much in the mud either, as she can at least help wipe minion waves, if not much. Ahri is easy and quick to master and can be utilized very safely.


Also known as the Void Walker in Wild Rift, this one is an assassin unit of the cast. Though most players will not like Kassadin’s lackluster early-stage performance, it’s worth compromising on that for the later experience. 

This is because as soon as an employer starts stacking some Kassadin-pro items, this unit tends to fly off in terms of performance like never before, dishing INSANE damage in every direction. Therefore we’ll recommend you to stay patient since at least the 10th level of Wild Rift if you are really up for seeing what Kassadin has got. 

That said, players are offered Riftwalk-like superb ultimates, allowing them to dash with Kassadin just about everywhere around with a lot of aggression. However, you need to make sure that you’ve got a lot of mana for that so Kassadin can employ most of his ability power items unrestrictedly. 

For instance, you can have onboard the Archangel Staff, and Rod of Ages as scaling items since both of them offer a lot of ability power and mana and ability power. Nevertheless, you need to think something for the rather dark early stage, too; therefore, we recommend you play safe there. 

Farm as many minions till level 5 so you could easily collect required items without being way too soon. This is because, in the early stage, Kassadin being a melee hero, would not have enough base stats to trade against the fierce opponent. 

The early stage with Kassadin could also be made better with Nether Blade. It will turn your every auto attack into a much more ranged hit, ultimately helping you farm minions quickly. 

Just as you hit the 10th level, the miseries will fade as Wild Rift will finally give you a highly mobile and very annoying (for the enemies) late-game assassin. Blinking wildly all around, you, as Kassadin, will become the most formidable unit to kill for the foes. 

Here’s our final say: sit back and relax until the real fun begins! 


Belonging to the melee specialty of the League of Legends Wild Rift, Diana, the Scorn of the Moon, struggles in the early game (especially in front of ranged enemies). And that was pretty expected, too, given how every best mid-laner struggles with the identical downside. 

Anyways, she’s a tremendous magic-type assassin for the later phase, if not the beginning. In order to overcome her drawback, Diana tries hard to walk up and last hit minions until only the 5th level, after which she finally gets the Moonfall and Lunar Rush. 

Players can then fully take advantage of Diana’s aggression and roam around the entire map, damaging every foe that meets in between. The dash ability, Lunar Rush, plays a significant part here, syncing smoothly with any ultimate to dish off large amounts of damage.

As with every Wild Rift hero, it’s essential that you strategically build core items for Diana. In that case, we will recommend you consider Rod Of Ages for a start. It’s an overtime stacking item that will help you get the required amounts of ability power, mana, and health for ten consecutive times every 30 seconds.

All in all, this Wild Rift character houses a very different yet worth it playstyle that players should reap safely during the early stage in order to sit back and enjoy in the late game. By safely, we mean farming up Diana and her items enough to become fit for team tights. 

In short, Diana is all about gradually mastering lethal abilities till you finally reach the right time.


Adcs LoL Wild Rift
Best ADC Units of Wild Rift


Well, you might now be tired of meeting melee champions who are just not the beginning support everyone wants. Fret no more as here comes one of the best early-stage heroes of Wild Rift–Caitlyn, the Sheriff of Piltover. 

She is a beastly dragon lane unit with one of the worthiest base attack potential onboard hence accounting for her hype in the early stages of Wild Rift. Caitlyn also houses every other pro-beginning ability that allows her to act aggressively and play poke. 

The character’s mid-game is also heavenly, given how perfectly she scales while using her famous headshots to render massive damage. Like a critical strike marksman that everyone dreams of, Caitlyn the AD Carry gets even better with her core items once hitting the late-game situations. 

Besides Headshot, Caitlyn pulls most of her output damage from auto attacks, hence assembling enough power to poke and ultimately kill her foes. To fuel this potential more, Caitlyn builds items of attack damage with critical strike and attack speed pretty well. 

In that case, Stormrazor is a favorable core item since it offers substantial chances of critical strike, attack speed, and attack damage. Otherwise, players can also choose the Rapid Firecannon item instead as it offers a great passive, Energized, too. 

This way, on top of extra critical strike, attack speed, and attack damage, one can stack up more ranged damage too! Overall, the character in the discussion is one heck of a beginner pro option. She packs extraordinary ranged damage to help employers get past the tense-laning phase team fights quickly. 

Nevertheless, don’t forget that Caitlyn is still not a tank unit; hence it’s always best to keep her grouped with your team whenever possible. In short, you don’t want your main damage rendering force to get caught and die, leaving the rest of the team in trouble. 


The Purified soul of the cast, Lucian, concentrates deeply on accumulating as many AD items to ensure substantial damage output in all conditions. Just as it suits most ADCs, Lucian the marksman is a highly aggressive and mobile Wild Rift hero who can do great in most matchups (especially in the laning phase). 

Those wielding Lucian often strategize his attacks and passives carefully. For instance, one can send substantial damage to an enemy in a single go and then quickly use the opportunity to slide in the nifty Lightslinger passive. Players can also scale quickly after the early game by handling the combos intelligently. 

Given how greatly Lucian benefits from critical strike and attack speed chance, no item can prove to be a better choice than the Infinity Edge and Stormrazor. Both help build remarkable Ability haste and attack damage, allowing Lucian to carry the entire team as swiftly as ever. 

Not quite touched? Consider Serylda’s Grudge instead! The item will sit perfectly with Lucian’s onboard ultimates, slowing the enemy on every bullet you hit.  Nevertheless, this unit can prove to be a decent mid-laner when not looking viable as a carry. 

Players can employ the Solari Chargeblade as their item in that case as it induces excellent attack speed while also supporting other passive. But not to forget that this build is much more situational than the former. Overall, this character is quite sturdy in every phase of play, owing to the entire kit on offer. 

Those looking for an enjoyable yet aggressive buddy for the Wild Rift adventure should definitely consider this unit. All you need to do is gather Lucian’s favorite core items and combo passives very cleverly to make the most of every winning opportunity that he creates.


Support LoL Wild Rift
Best Support Units of Wild Rift


Yuumi, the Wild Rift’s Magical Cat, is really a unique unit to have onboard. The character is about absorbing almost any lethal incoming damage while also summoning excellent spells every then and now.

This means employing players will be able to pull gigantic radi of effect around the frontal ranks just about anytime they want. You’ll also have free will to employ up to two spells of combat summoner, given that Yuumi has the power not to take Flash.

In this manner, the laning phase will become a perfect snowball arena for you as Yuumi can just instantly enable both the Duo Lane and, of course, herself to snowball early. As far as items are concerned, just like any support character, Yuumi benefits from relevant items. 

Keeping that considered, Ardent Censer and Staff of Flowing Water should be your go-to picks in Yuumi’s case. This way, you will be able to gather for Yuumi: enough Mana, Ability Haste, and Ability Power, a tremendous ally-pro passive to increase the team’s damage and attack speed; in short, everything needed to carry everyone forward smoothly. 

All in all, Yuumi is an amusing support character to have by your side. She just loves to help everyone survive for the longest they can and also proves to be a worthy investment in team fights!


Here comes another worth-it support unit to have for your Wild Rift quest if the other best support laners aren’t available or you just simply don’t like them. That said, Nami the Tidecaller is an enchanter Champion who manifests one of the best crowd control and takes the buffing and healing game to the next level. 

Players will get to have a pretty sturdy laning experience, but with a strict demand that no bot enemy tries to intervene at any cost, or Nami, along with the team, will end up losing a ton of health. Nevertheless, Nami and her potency become even more robust as the team advances into the game. 

Her Tidal Wave ability is the best of all in that sense, as it gets even beastly till the mid and end game. In support items, Ardent Censer and the Staff of Flowing Water are the must-haves in Nami’s case. You’ll be enjoying a more potent than ever passive via these and, of course, added health and ability power. 

Also, these support items sync incredibly well with the unit’s Ebb and Flow as it proves super vital for the rest of the party, too, providing them multiple buffs. Conclusively, trading Nami will grant you an easy Wild Rift character to swing through the mid and end-game. 

However, she does own a few skill actions that players will still need to learn in order to actually unleash Nami to her fullest. Otherwise, she is one hell of a survivability-boosting gem your team needs.


Karma is one of the most versatile picks on our Wild Rift tier list (not better than Wukong!), but she especially shines in the support role. As per the storyline, Karma is called the Enlightenment One and is an enchanter support buddy of the game. 

Having an edge in the support lane, Karma is proficient in healing and shielding in order to help her allies stay alive for longer. She also manifested a robust phase of laning, however, on the cost of wielding players, ensuring the absence of any engagement from the foes bot lane. 

This way, lack of health won’t become much of an issue in Karma’s case, and she could quickly get the chore done in an instant. That said, you will see Karma ace even better with items that give further power to protect and heal.

For instance, Staff of Flowing Water is a great choice to have. It will grant Karma substantial Ability Haste, Ability Power, and Mana, ultimately helping her carry the ally team effortlessly. Otherwise, Ardent Censer is also a considerable pick. 

It not only offers ability power and health but gives access to a heavenly passive that boosts allies’ damage renderence and attack speed whenever they are being healed. 

As Baron, Mid laner, and of course, Support, Karma can perform in a variety of ways. However, her build in any case other than support is pretty complicated. All in all, the further you progress with the game, the better this character will shine.


That’s all from our side on the LoL Wild Rift tier list. Did you see how League of Legends’ most hyped champions didn’t compete in Wild Rift the way they were expected to? Well, that’s how surprisingly exciting the gaming realm is, and Wild Rift has taken that too seriously. 

Having said that, don’t hesitate to choose your favorite buddy even if it hasn’t ranked too well. The ranking of a Wild Rift character doesn’t by any means infer that you can not thrive with them. Instead, it just doesn’t tend to prove best for all. 

Because a personal vibe goes a long way in outputting your best, we’ll not restrict you from choosing what your heart wants, even if it means going against the general opinion of which tier lists are usually made of. 

Also, it’s worth mentioning that the above rankings are prone to frequent modifications in the future. Therefore keep our page bookmarked so don’t miss any minor or giant fluctuations amongst tiers, or make sure to check back often! 

Our Ranking Criteria 

For Wild Rift, our team used the same gear it used to formulate all of eXputer’s top-ranking tier lists. To induce as much truthfulness as possible, we, of course, tried Wild Rift ourselves first and then resorted to the plethora of relevant material found online. 

The hierarchy above and the best characters section is put forth closely based on every hero’s individual performance, the overall impact on the team, and the learning curve. 

For further credibility, our team also didn’t mind collaborating with League of Legends experts and those players who have managed to gain a sharp edge in Wild Rift. That being said, tier lists have always been a subjective matter, and we fully respect anyone’s difference of opinion. 

We have tried our best to promote a definitive and most up-to-date tier list, and we hope that it’s fair enough to be used as your go-to guide into Wild Drift. 

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