Some competition Legend of Runeterra The deck was flooded with meta again after debut Magic Misadventures.
Compete LoR decks define the meta for each balance sheet, whether playing in tournaments or ranked ladders. Since its release Magic Misadventures through Patch 2.21, 10 best LoR The deck has been consistently appearing in recent tournaments. Each of these builds is easy to tweak, adapting to the ever-changing meta.
From the burning Aggro pirate and the Pantheon with the Demacian dragon to the Shadow and the Shellfolk, here are the 10 best LoR decks were played in tournaments through Patch 2.21.
The Aggro deck hits hard and fast, preventing your opponent from developing their game state. This LoR decks also contain many advantages and disadvantages.
Ezreal remains uncompetitive, leaving Teemo the only champion in this Piltover & Zaun/Noxus LoR deck MreMOEtional. Mushrooms are not the focus. Instead, it’s about pinging an opponent with the most damage per round.
Early kills like Teemo, Legion Saboteur, and Boomcrew Rookie will kill opponents. Spells like Statikk Shock and Aftershock can stall, along with units like Legion Grenadier and used Cask Salesman. And spells like Noxus Fervor, Get Excited!, and Decimate end the game.
Ahri is hard to go
Although 2.21 B-patch nerf, Kennen and Ahri persist through the Ionian elusive and Shadow Isle Go Hard spells, as seen in this version played by Mtucks. Kennen’s Mark of the Storm stops while leveling LoR champion up is a secondary victory. Ahri is at the heart of the build, using synergies to recall through the Dancing Droplet and the Navori Conspirator.
Spells like Go Hard, Deny, Homecoming, and Concussive Palm can stop opponents, while Sai’nen Thousand-Tailed and Scattered Pod are value-packed units if the game drags on.
Pirates still hanging around in the competitive meta as one of the best LoR Aggro Deck, played by MreMOEtional. Crackshot Corsair and Miss Fortune deal attack-scale damage on burns, while Marai Warden and Zap Sprayfin provide stagnation defense. Similar to the Burn Aggro LoR build, Noxian Fervor, Decimate, and Double Up are available to finish off opponents before they hit you to kill.
Mid-range decks still tend to be aggressive but are less likely to run out of gas if the match is long. This LoR Constructions are paced, attacking opponents lethally when the time is right while preventing other players from developing their board.
Still hanging around in 2.21 LoR meta is Shadow, recently played by Alanzq. Prank spells through Otterpus and manifest spells through Conchologist provide tempo, while Twisted Catalyzer and Stilted Robemaker improve the effectiveness of each Shadow spell. Players who want to spend their time each turn, maxing out spell mana while also pressuring opponents until Veigar level up wins the game.
Fizz / Lulu
Fizz / Lulu LoR deck Shadawx helped them win first place at the recent Shmunkeezs ‘Jungle Cup’ charity Tournaments. It’s a snappy build that can be played aggressively or in tempo. Packed with units like Boom Baboon, Loping Telescope, and Bandle City Mayor featuring display cards, players will never run out of stock to play. And spells like Yordles in Arms and Get Excited! very good to end a game.
The Pantheon is at its best when played alongside the Demacian region, as seen in this competition LoR deck used by Nowhere. Shyvana provides an alternate victory condition when combined with dragons like Wated Whiteflame and Screeching Dragon. Including dragons also allows spells like Dragon’s Clutch and Strafing Strike to affect board status while also contributing to Pantheon’s level up.
Spells like Single Combat and Concerted Strike can prevent opponents from growing their board while powering up your dragon, and Golden Aegis is a second win-con spell that definitely offers Rally.
Veteran LoR competitor cephalopods has consistently played this Nami/Twisted Fate deck using units such as Otterpus, Conchologist, and Curious Shellfolk. An abundance of spells contributes to synergy with both champions while preventing opponents from developing powerful council states.
Rumble pairs well with Draven in this LoR deck TheBlackBoss. Getting Draven out early is key, using Spinning Ax spells as leftovers for Rumble and Get Excited!, Poro Cannon and Reborn Grenadier. This build is very aggressive, relying on Rumble and spells like Noxus Fervor and Decimate to finish the game.
The controller deck uses spells, landmarks, and units to prevent your opponent from winning the game before the build win condition becomes playable.
Freljord Control combines with Shadow Isles and Elise regions in this build due to Majiinbae. Spider Queen provides a solid early game state by spawning a spider after each attack. Spells like Avalanche and Go Hard stop opponents from growing, while heals from Kindly Tavernkeeper and Blighted Ravine increase their duration against Aggro decks. The winning side is Commander Ledros (an old school unit from LoR premiere) and The Howling Abyss.
Anivia is back with this build due Who I am. Similar to Elise Control, the build uses healing and a multitude of discarding spells. Anivia is a win condition associated with The Howling Abyss and The Harrowing.
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