In the previous articles, we will learn about the list of the best champions in the top lane and ADC in the 10.16 version. In this article, we will continue to learn about the list of the best mid lane champions that gamers should not ignore at the 10.16 update of League of Legends.
Yasuo is always the first name when it comes to the list of the best mid lane champion in the patch 10.16. Yasuo has never disappointed players as a champion with a player rate of up to 11% and a win rate of 51%. Famous as a super slick and magical general, Yasuo has a huge outplay potential. In addition, with the undesirable amount of damage, this general is completely capable of hacking the opponent’s brain.
In version 10.16, Yasuo was also buffed with base magic resistance increased from 30 to 32, ultimate attack base damage increased from 200/300/400 to 200/350/500. Therefore, if Yasuo is not green, just working hard to plow farm, this is still a general capable of carrying an extremely powerful team.
AKALI CHAMPION – the best mid lane champions
At 2nd place on the list of the best mid lane champions in the 10.16 version is Akali. Although Akali may not be as strong as the previous seasons, she is also gradually showing her effects thanks to the slightly increased Riot Games in version 10.16. Specifically, the Q skill has base damage increased from 30/55/80/105/130 to 35/60/85/110/135, and the E spell will switch from physical damage to magic damage.
Therefore, once the player has mastered the skill set of this general, Akali’s outplay potential is almost limitless. The damage from this general is great as well as the move does not take energy, just by dodging hard controls, Akali can completely slaughter the entire enemy squad. Currently, on the Korean server, Akali has a pick rate of 10% and a win rate of 50%.
ZED CHAMPION – the best mid lane champions
Zed was also included in the list of the best mid lane champions in patch 10.16. Zed is a champion that has a pretty good lane control ability, but of course, players will need a lot of practice to be able to take advantage of the strength of this general. Zed’s Sharp Darts have a high amount of damage from the start, plus it only consumes energy so Zed can use it to blood-graft enemies. As long as the opponent is not alert, Zed can use the Shadow Clone to dash up and make them pay the price immediately. Currently, in Korea, Zed’s win rate is 50% and the pick rate is up to 14%.
Coming in at number 4 on the list of the best mid lane champions is Galio. Since Galio was edited and was unable to use the combo (W + Flash), this champion has decreased the hot level a lot. However, with his overpowering champion, Galio still stood firm throughout the meta for a long time.
Especially when you reach level 6, Galio’s ultimate will help your teammates play more confidently, ready to fight because Galio can support at any time. Even when this card is combined with some jungler generals that can reach and control a large area like Wukong, Jarvan IV, the fighting will be even more frightening.
KASSADIN CHAMPION – the best mid lane champions
The fifth-place of the best mid lane champions is Kassadin. In ranking mode, the ability to roam and control the map is increasingly important as the 2020 season is entering a pivotal stage. In terms of roaming, there is no champion that has done better than Kassadin. Extremely high damage, as well as perfect escape, makes this champion be able to destroy the enemy’s back row generals and return to protect himself. Therefore, it is not too difficult to understand that Kassadin has a 7% pick rate and a 52% win rate on the Korean server.