Mages in League of Legends have always been a staple of the mid lane meta. Much of the same is true of the Wild Rift. The League of Legends mobile version is currently in its open beta stages.
Although at the moment it may not have a meta set, there are some champions of the Wild Rift that stand out compared to others. This is particularly the case when it comes to the impact of early and late games.
There are some mid lane mages that are a threat to deal with in lanes, and can literally take over team fights when ahead of them.
Mages are as bursting as assassins, but in their kit they have additional crowd control tools. This makes it possible for them to dictate the game’s flow and turn the battle tides.
Here are 3 of the best Wild RIft mages to pick:
The 3 Best Mid Lane Mages
Lux – Mid Lane
Damage, CC, and shield, Lux Wild Rift has it all. One of the most versatile among all mages is her kit. For the mid lane and as a support, this enables her to be a decent flex pick.
One of the most fractured things in the game at the moment is her Light Binding-Final Spark combo. In the later stages of the game, the amount of damage she can dish out is just huge.
In the blink of an eye, she can zero the ADC of the opponent, and it is very difficult to deal with the amount of burst that she can put out.
All of Lux’s skills are, however, a skill shot. This is why, in the middle lane, she is harder to master than some of the other AP champions.
Ahri is a burst mage with a very flexible build path. Players can create a control mage out of her, making the most of her mobility and charm. Alternatively, they can just take the route of the assassin and build a lot of power in their kit.
Like Lux, Ahri is pretty difficult to master, too. In order to properly pick her up, it will take Wild Rift players a decent amount of time and investment.
Her ultimate Spirit Rush gives her a lot of mobility, and she can move quite efficiently around a team. This makes her one of the Wild Rift mages that is most difficult to pin down.
Orianna – Mid Lane
Orianna never really gets out of Meta. In the League of Legends, the Lady of Clockwork has always been relevant and has been one of the most popular selections in pro play and standard matchmaking.
Likewise, in the Wild Rift, Orianna is just as versatile and powerful. Her ability to scale into the late game enormously well is what makes her sought after by players.
The ultimate ability of Orianna, Shockwave, can turn the tides of battle alone. It’s the most impactful skill in the game, but it takes a lot of practice to make the most of it and not miss it completely.
Orianna is one of the Wild Rift’s most difficult champions. Once mastered, however, she can be a powerhouse that can brutalize the enemy team easily.